Futuro Sureste es un colectivo (Andrea Boettiger y Alejandro Coba) multidisciplinario que propondrá visiones acerca del posible futuro en la Península Yucateca incentivando diálogos entre investigadores, creadores, políticos, artistas, transeúntes y consumidores, y de esta manera generar un compendio de información que hable de su contexto.

FS localizará e iniciará proyectos especulativos sin importar su índole artística, mercantil o política. Implementará una serie de charlas, exhibiciones y experimentación para aportar un diálogo entre los contextos actuales./

Created by IF / THEN Studio, I collaborated on this specific project in the summer of 2019. 
When access, equity, and inclusion feel left behind in the Bay Area, East Bay’s San Pablo Avenue is an exemplar case of both our diversity and uncertainty. IF/THEN Studio has been engaging San Pablo Avenue through pop-ups, performances, installations, and knowledge sharing to highlight this vibrant community corridor and imagine new public futures in a time of rapid transformation.
For this project, I was mainly involved in:

Video Screening: Video connects individual stories to their sites and communities. SPAP has installed videos in community stores and restaurants, highlighting long-term local businesses and celebrating community diversity. Walking rambles and roaming maps direct visitors to the shops. Drawing from local film archives, including from a range of archives, we have curated activism films, a dash-cam drive, art films, and other artifacts of San Pablo Avenue through 

Campeche Film Festival

The Campeche Film Festival was established by a group of individuals who aimed to promote the culture of film production and cinematography in the southern region of Mexico. My sister Erika Novelo and I co-founded the festival, along with our friends Lilibeth Moreno, Valeria Rodriguez, Sacnicté Novelo, and Emilia Nah.
Over the years, the Campeche Film Festival has showcased more than 200 films to an audience of over 7,000 people. The festival has also hosted ten conferences and workshops. Currently, a new team comprising Citlalli Sanchez, Angela Aviña, and others is working tirelessly to ensure that the festival continues to provide a much-needed platform for filmmakers in our hometown of Campeche.
Consultant/Technology Director/Speaker/
¡Campeche Grita Cine!
360ª Video/Produced and Edited by Miguel Novelo /Assisted by Angela Aviña
Lead Producer/Technology Director/Programmer
Lead Producer/Technology Director/Content Producer/Programmer
Directed by Miguel Novelo/Campeche Film Festival / Cineminuto
Lead Producer/Technology Director/Content Producer/Programmer