Alexandra Hidalgo: The Kinship of Storytelling | MSU Today
Director/producer Alexandra Hidalgo discusses how coming from a long line of writers has shaped her fascination with storytelling and why some stories, like The Weeping Season, need to be told.
Revisiting Familiar Places and Exploring New Spaces: Alexandra Hidalgo and Digital Works that Matter |Computers and Composition Digital Press Blog
Kelly Wheeler covers director Alexandra Hidalgo’s creative process blending memoir and moving images from her video book Cámara Retórica and for The Weeping Season.
Episode 9: Alexandra Hidalgo | One Thought Podcast with David Gardner
In this interview director/producer Alexandra Hidalgo discusses her artistic evolution from writer to filmmaker and her process for making The Weeping Season.
Stone Walls and Summer Projects | Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition Blog
Tarez Graban features The Weeping Season in her blog post on the value of collaboration when creating feminist projects.
Creating Our Pasts Together: A Cultural Rhetorics Approach to Memoir | The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics
In this video essay director/producer Alexandra Hidalgo uses The Weeping Season to argue for a collaborative approach to the memoir genre by sharing the storytelling process with those who lived our personal history alongside us.
Go Make Movies: An Interview with Alexandra Hidalgo | Computers and Composition Online
Megan Adams interviews director/producer Alexandra Hidalgo about her approach to feminist filmmaking, her work on The Weeping Season, and the growing value of filmmaking to the field of Rhetoric and Composition.