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Faith Radle




Faith Radle is an LA based independent producer of narrative, documentary and video art projects and the manager for Blackheart Records recording artist Girl in a Coma. 

She was the associate producer for Jim Mendiola’s one-hour movie Come and Take It Day, (PBS national broadcast 2002), then partnered with the writer/director to produce the feature, Speeder Kills. After a successful run on the festival circuit, the movie was picked up for national broadcast. In 2005, Radle produced Aurora Guerrero’s short film Viernes Girl  for HBO. She and Mendiola are currently developing Bien Pretty, based on the short story by best-selling author Sandra Cisneros.

Radle has worked in production and post-production on various public television documentaries including the one-hour Bragging Rights (producer), David Lebrun’s Nova: Cracking the Maya Code (line producer), The History Channel’s Cinco de Mayo (associate producer/editor), Voices from Texas (associate producer), and the six-part PBS series Visiones: Latino Art and Culture (editor). With funding from Latino Public Broadcasting she is currently in production on a one-hour documentary for public television entitled Making Viva Max on popular culture and the Alamo.

In addition to producing numerous music videos, Radle also produced the one-hour pilot episode of Jammin’ a series about Latino indie-rock bands that was picked up for national cable broadcast and was the executive producer for two seasons of the The Chicas Project which was nominated for an Imagen Award for Best Reality Series in 2009.