New Mexico native Patricia Cunliffe is an integrated producer of various mediums – best known for her bilingual documentary feature about Latino artists in Los Angeles, A Language of Passion. Patricia production managed the award-winning PBS documentary, Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race and was associate producer of Tom Bradley’s Impossible Dream for LAUSD.
Patricia, also an abstract painter has produced & directed art films Rhiannon’s Bridge, Musings and Potters Field, all of which screened together for her 2018 solo exhibition Color, Paper, Vision & Canvas; and have screened throughout the evening for ArtNight at the Pasadena Public Library.
Patricia penned an exclusive feature on the legendary filmmaker Kenneth Anger for Amass Magazine and is a frequent contributor to the Pasadena Weekly.
Most recently, Patricia was part of a three-person art exhibit at Walt Girdner Gallery in Pasadena, Different Art, Same Heart.
She is currently in post-production on her documentary, The Pueblo Revolt. She was a grant recipient for her 2019 ArtNight Pasadena multi-media presentation based on the documentary, Revolt in America 96 Years Before the American Revolution.
The Pueblo Revolt was the only time in US Colonial History that the Native Peoples of an area put aside all of their differences and banded together to oust the European invaders. And they were successful!
Po'pay was the leader of the Pueblo Revolt. A revolt that took place in America 96 years before the American Revolution.
Who Was Po'pay? is a teaser for the documentary The Pueblo Revolt, currently in post-production.
Music video for singer/songwriter McMains
featuring dancers Alexa Crismon & Michael Tomlin III
Potters Field originally began as a commission by composer Dom Aiken, to create a video to screen behind the string quartet performance of the title track from his award winning CD Potters Field..
Video is also used in a presentation of "Correct Fair Use Practices"
ArtNight 2020 was cancelled due to Covid-19. In 2021 ArtNight was presented virtually. Patricia was a grant recipient for her work in curating/programming SPRING FORWARD with ARTISTS: Beyond Gallery Walls, which was hosted by The Pasadena Public Library.
In addition to consulting, Patricia Cunliffe is in charge of everything visual: from creating promo videos, curating an art exhibit, event planning to designing MailChimp campaigns.
She will also take care of research, licensing, copy writing, production accounting & payroll.
If you are not sure if your needs are among her skills set, just ask!
The Pueblo Revolt was the only time in Colonial history that the Indigenous Peoples of an area put aside all of their differences & banded togeter to oust the European invader, and took place 96 years before the American Revolution.