Dr. Luis Rosario Albert won a Suncoast Regional Emmy in the category Historical Documentary for “El Coleccionista” about Dr. Jorge Luis Crespo Armáiz and his research on stereoscopic photography in Puerto Rico.
Stereoscopy is a technique to create images with the illusion of depth. It was most popular in the 19th century and well into the 1900s.
The documentary was produced and directed by Dr. Rosario Albert, LPRC Board member and communications professor at Universidad del Turabo in Puerto Rico. Two of his students, Roberto Sylva and Carlos Rivera, were part of the production team.
It’s encouraging to see Latino productions recognized, especially in noncommercial and educational media.
“It is an honor to receive the award given by a professional organization such as the Emmys. I trust that this will serve as a stimulus to the students of Communications at a time when the documentary genre continues to strengthen in Puerto Rico,” said Rosario Albert.
You can watch “El Coleccionista” here.
Other big winners include productions by the TV unit of LPRC member WIPR. “Mater Atómica” by Guillermo Gómez, “Lorca es Todos” by Caridad Sorongo, and “La Mujer Maravilla Sobre Ruedas” by Yamara Rodríguez and Omar Camilo. Congratulations to all!
The Suncoast chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is a Florida nonprofit corporation devoted to excellence in television. They offer annual Emmy Awards, called The Suncoast Emmy Awards, to the television markets throughout the state of Florida, Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles and New Orleans, Louisiana, Mobile, Alabama, Thomasville, Georgia and Puerto Rico.