Angela Alston & Gwendolyn Alston
Yes, we’re sisters. Angela is based in Dallas, Texas, and Gwen in Madrid, Spain, with New York City as our hometown and hub. We share a passion for contemporary issues that affect our everyday lives and those of future generations. We’ve been working together on projects to support filmmakers achieve their outreach and engagement goals since 2007.
We design and manage outreach and marketing campaigns for independent films.
We work with meaningful films that touch hearts and ignite minds.
We help our clients’ films reach their core audience through campaigns that include film festival strategy, community engagement, online and social media marketing, and key partnerships.
We offer a variety of options for working together, short or long term. Possibilities include phone consultations, festival launches, and year-long collaborations. How do we start? By finding out your goals and dreams for your project. Click on the following link for more details: MocaMedia Who We Are & What We Do.
Angela is an award-winning maker of short films who has worked in community relations and publicity. She served as the workshop director for CineWomen NY for two years and technical director of Democracy Now! for six years. Angela has an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a board member of the Video Association of Dallas, and a member of Women in Film Dallas and D-Word, an electronic community for documentary makers.
Gwen comes from a marketing and publishing background. She holds a Doctorate from the University of Madrid, an MA from New York University, and a BA from Vassar College. Gwen has lived in Spain for over 25 years. She speaks fluent Spanish and French. Before co-founding MocaMedia, she launched a video production and online marketing company based in Spain, MocaenbocaTV. Gwen teaches Digital Marketing and Social Media Management at Berklee College of Music on their Valencia campus, and is on the advisory board of Women Mentor Women. She served as Associate Producer on the ocean conservation film Mission of Mermaids. For two years, she assumed the role of Director of Marketing & Communication for TEDxBerkleeValencia. Her motto: “Be in the world.”