Filmmaker Pablo Miralles’ documentary, Can We All Get Along?: The Segregation of John Muir High School explores how Pasadena’s John Muir High School went from a model of integration to raising questions on the current future state of diversity in public education.
Pablo Miralles is a writer, director, and producer and a graduate of John Muir High School (1982). His documentary about his high school alma mater has received accolades and will be part of New York’s New Filmmakers Fesival, a Semi-Finalist in the DUMBO Film Fesival, was nominated for Best Documentary Short by the Burbank Inernational Film Festival as well as honors from the Telly Awards, the IndieFest Film Awards, Accolade Global Film Competition, and the Toronto Lift-Off Film Festival. He earned his BA from Sonoma State University and an MFA from UCLA Graduate Film Program.