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Erick Galindo

Erick Galindo

Columnist and Podcast Host (he/him)

Erick Galindo is a five-time Telly Award-winning writer, director and producer known for The Mexican Beverly Hills; A Laker Life; On Life As A Freckle-Faced, Redheaded, Mexican American From Southeast Los Angeles; and Mis Angeles. Erick regularly writes about culture for LAist, NPR station KPCC and The New York Times, and was the first managing editor of L.A. Taco, where his work won a James Beard Foundation award. His narrative directorial debut The Bubble Machine premiered at the Golden State Film Festival and was a semifinalist for the jellyFest award. His co-written pilot Hot in Carson was a finalist for the Black List's inaugural Latinx TV List and his audio documentary Early was a finalist for KCRW's Radio Race. In 2020, his dark comedy script Legends was selected for the NHMC Latinx Screenwriters Showcase.

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