Born in El Salvador and raised in California, Lidieth Arevalo is a DACA recipient, an immigrant rights activist, multimedia producer and editor specializing in documentary filmmaking. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Documentary Filmmaking from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and a B.A. in Film and Electronic Media Arts from California State University, Long Beach. In the last 6 years, she has produced several short documentaries and digital videos featuring stories of identity, immigration, diversity and inclusion. She is an active leader and member of the Undocumented Filmmakers Collective, which uplifts the film expertise of undocumented people not only as sources of stories but also as creators, artists, and primary audiences. Some of her recent documentaries include Alpharaoh (2019), Ladylike (2019) Advance Parole (2018), ERUSD Leader of the Ethnic Studies Revolution (2018), and Sin Raiz (2015).