Vincent DeLuca has 10 years of filmmaking experience, shooting documentaries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the Americas on human rights issues including human trafficking, sex trafficking, access to clean water, access to medical care, and women’s rights. In addition to his filmmaking experience, Vincent has a law degree and master’s in political science from Duke University. He is an adviser for The Alliance for Migration, Leadership and Development, a Senegalese organization that creates more equitable space for African immigrants in crises by providing training to government officials, members of academia, and private sector leaders. Vincent is completing a PhD at the University of Amsterdam, and is focusing his dissertation on how new forms of cinema can impact human rights.