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Zack Margaret


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Zack Margaret is a queer Latinx filmmaker of Costa Rican heritage, whose impact on the entertainment industry resonates deeply. Graduating from New York University Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Film and Television Production, Zack's career has been marked by a dedication to storytelling and collaboration.

With a focus on documentary filmmaking, Zack directed impactful shorts like US (2018) and Por Vida (2022), which have garnered acclaim at prestigious festivals such as the Oaxaca Film Festival, New York Lift Off Festival and the Dumbo Film Festival. His narratives, often drawn from personal experiences and societal observations, reflect his commitment to shedding light on marginalized communities' struggles and triumphs.

Zack has curated an impressive portfolio of work. His role as a Content Producer showcases his talent for orchestrating projects of significant scale and complexity. He not only sets key milestones but also fosters collaborations with celebrity talent, seamlessly integrating their contributions into the fabric of each production.

His commitment to community extends beyond the industry. He initiated a cellphone filmmaking program for Latino high school students in collaboration with the Hispanic Alliance of Southeastern CT, empowering the next generation of filmmakers to tell their stories using accessible technology.

As the founder of the Latinx employee resource group, Sonidos Latinos, at Bose, he champions diversity and inclusion, fostering an environment where voices from all backgrounds are heard and valued.

With each project, Zack Margaret reaffirms his commitment to authentic storytelling, meaningful collaboration, and community empowerment, leaving an indelible mark on audiences and industry peers alike.

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