Gabriela Díaz Arp is a documentary director-producer from the Puerto Rican Diaspora who is passionate about re-imagining the documentary space through hybrid, immersive and participatory filmmaking. She has produced short films, exhibits and interactive experiences for news organizations, non-profits, cultural spaces and commercial clients. Some of her clients include New York Times, Blue Chalk Media, CNN International, Univision, International Rescue Committee, the United Nations, The New Museum, LACMA, Sony, Canon, and JetBlue. Her most recent virtual reality film, MEETING A MONSTER, exploring the memories and motivations of former white supremacist Angela King, premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. It has also been shown at Cannes NEXT, Sheffield Doc and over 20+ film festivals around the world.