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StormMiguel Florez is a trans, queer Chicane filmmaker, whose work includes the award-winning films "The Whistle" (2019, Producer/Director), "MAJOR!" (2015, Editor/Co-Producer) and "Vulveeta (2022, Co-producer, Editor, Actor). StormMiguel is currently working on his feature narrative directorial debut, "Welcome To Roswell," for which he received received a 2022 SFFILM/Rainin grant, 2021 Sundance Trans Possibilities fellowship, and a Film Fatales Stowe Story Labs Fellowship. His work has also been supported by The San Francisco Arts Commission, NALAC (National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures), Trans Justice Funding Project, and Horizons Foundation. StormMiguel is also an event producer, actor, and a life-long musician. His first acting role was at the tender age of ten in the made for TV movie, Police Woman Centerfold. He’s originally from Albuquerque, NM, which he very much considers to be his homeland, and has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. He lives with his life partner and fellow filmmaker, Annalise Ophelian, and their 2 chihuahuas.