Veronica Caicedo

Veronica Caicedo

is the founder of Caicedo Productions Corp., a parent company of The ONE Festival and the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival. She is an innovative, director, producer and writer who has overseen more than 25 successful film and/or theater productions. Through her experiences and extensive creativity, she has used her unique vision to direct her latest projects as Black Latina, The Storm, They Call Me LA LUPE (Starring Lauren Velez), SUNSHINE by Lawrence Dukore and Patrick Marber’s Closer, just to name a few.

Mrs. Caicedo has served as Theater Director for Project Reach Youth, Teatro El Puente and The Loisaida Players at Loisaida Inc., where she trained adolescents’ in safer sex using theater and film. Most recently, she was the Managing Theater Director for Teatro LATEA at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center.

Veronica was filmmaker selected official for the 2008 SOL Dance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah, honored by Hostos Community College, LaGuardia Community College, National Puerto Rican Day Parade Inc. Latino College Expo, Department Of Justice-Federal Bureau of Investigation and Premio Cacique of Gold International for Hispanic Heritage month celebration. In 2015 she was honored for Women's History Month by LAIA (Latin American Intercultural Alliance) and LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens)

Mrs. Caicedo holds a BA in Literature with a Drama Studies concentration from SUNY College at Purchase.