Loi Ameera Almeron is an investigative producer and video editor of award-winning documentaries and features in the United States and abroad. She started her career with Probe Productions, a pioneer of investigative documentaries in the Philippines where she associate-produced and co-edited at least 35 features for national and international broadcast, including JOHNNY: A JUAN PONCE ENRILE STORY, an in-depth profile of the administrator of Martial Law in the Philippines, which won a Silver World Medal at the New York Film Festivals 2013.
For more than a decade, she has extensively managed the end-to-end production processes for documentaries. Just within the past year, her work on BLACK MOTHERS LOVE & RESIST (SFFILM), THE 50 (DOCNYC), and STEPHEN CURRY: UNDERRATED (Sundance/AppleTV+) were in the festival and distribution circuit.
She is currently producing a mental health documentary, CRISIS OF YOUTH, co-producing historical and sports documentaries, DIAMOND DIPLOMACY and BASEBALL BEHIND BARBED WIRE, and line-producing civil rights feature and short films, UNTITLED DWARFISM PROJECT, and HOW WE LOOK. Loi associate produced the PBS Frontline film TRAFFICKED IN AMERICA, a 2019 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting finalist, and edited HALE which won the Student Academy Award for Documentary 2017 and MAKING THE FIVE HEARTBEATS, a 2019 NAACP Image Awards nominee for Outstanding Documentary.