Bill Teck is a director/producer based in Miami. He recently directed the Warner Bros. documentary One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival and was nominated for a Venezia Classici Award for best documentary before being acquired by Netflix. As a producer/executive producer or director, Teck is responsible for television programs for PBS and USA Broadcasting, such as OutLoud, generation ñ, LIVE!, A Peña Family Album: The Best of Que Pasa USA, Content Miami, New Florida, Nuestra Risa and ñ Life with Melissa Hernandez. He’s the co-writer of the Simon & Schuster Fireside Press humor book The Official Spanglish Dictionary: Un Users Guia to More Than 300 Words and Phrases That Aren’t Exactly Español or Ingles, and his writing has appeared in Latina, New York Press, Street Magazine, Rock & Rap Confidential and the Miami Herald. Teck was named by Newsweek as “One of 20 Latinos to Watch” and “One of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America,” and has been honored by the National Council of La Raza.