ALMA NOEMI PEREZ
Alma Noemi Perez attended UNLV, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Film with a minor in Theatre. Prior to studying film, she was a part of the Stage and Screen Acting program at UNLV where she discovered her passion for storytelling. Alma has worked for creative companies including The Walt Disney Company and the Las Vegas Film Festival (LVFF). She also worked with The Vincentian Family; where she played an integral role in creating Finding Vince 400 (FV400), a film festival in Castel Gandolfo, Italy. She helped facilitate The Young Cinema Lab from 2017-2020, a workshop that connects children with college-level filmmakers to create short films. In 2019, she traveled throughout Europe to film a documentary in conjunction with The Vincentian Organization. The documentary “Pass the Charism,” echoed the organization’s mission to end poverty. She assisted in bilingual interviews and in editing the film which premiered in Rome, Italy. Alma takes pride in being a daughter of Mexican immigrant parents and her lifelong goal is to create stories that inspire immigrants as well as children of immigrants raised in the US to follow their dreams. Alma currently is a local artist, filmmaker, photographer, and creator of a community named, ‘2theDreamers,’ that represents people who’ve inspired her to never let up and she wishes to be that example for any and all people alike.