Victoria Westover is a producer/director of films and film events and a film programmer. She worked in non-profit arts management for over 30 years. From 2004-2020 Victoria served as the Director of the Hanson FilmTV Institute at The University of Arizona. Her credits include the international feature film The Wall (Co-producer); the documentary Firelighters (Producer); the documentary Almost an Island (Executive Producer); the documentary Hippie Family Values (Executive Producer); the US/Mexico feature 600 Miles - Best First Film, Berlin International Film Festival (Arizona Unit Producer); the documentary Apache 8 (Producer); the documentary The Music Never Ends (Executive Producer); the documentary Final Vows (Producer/Director); and the documentary Wittig, Yes! (Producer). Victoria has served on committees, panels, and juries, including for Cinema Tropical; the AFI in Washington, D.C.; and the HBO/NALIP Documentary Awards. She is the co-director/co-programmer of Cinema Tucsón. Victoria is a member of the Documentary Producers Alliance.