Daniela Alatorre is the head of the Documentary Programming Committee for the Morelia International Film Festival, which she produced for ten years. She is the producer of: 2009 Sundance Award winning documentary El General (2009), directed by Natalia Almada; ¡De Panzazo!(2012), the second most seen documentary in the history of Mexico, directed by Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Loret de Mola; El Ingeniero (2012), which won Best Documentary at the Mexican Film Festival of the Americas, directed by Alejandro Lubezki; and the NYT OpDocs Unsilenced, directed by Betzabé García. She is part of the board of trustees of the Ambulante Film Festival in Mexico and the Flaherty Film Seminar in New York. She has been an advisor and juror for the Mexican Institute of Cinematography, the Guadalajara International Film Festival, the Durango Film Festival, the Ambulante Documentary Post Production Grant, DocsDF, Sheffield Film Festival, Proimágenes Colombia, the Cinema Tropical Awards, the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Documenta Madrid.
Daniela has been part of the Sundance Editing, Music and Creative Producing Labs, a Flaherty Film Seminar fellow in 2010, and a participant from 2011 to 2016. She holds an MFA in documentary film from the School of Visual Arts in NY.
She is the co-founder of No Ficcion, a production company based in Mexico City and is working on Marina's Pearl, her first feature doc as a dirctor.