Valerie Landau worked as associate producer for PBS stations KTEH and KQED as well as freelance for video and film projects.
She served as field guide for film crews in Cuba during the 1980s including CBS's 60 Minutes investigative reporters Lowell Bergman and Harry Reasoner in 1989. She also worked with The ARD, German public Television, on three documentaries: Tropicana, El General, and Cuba. She also worked for VIL films on a documentary about Fidel Castro called The Uncompromising Revolution in 1988.
She also worked for the legendary singer Paul McCartney as the pre-production producer for his Latin American Tour in 1993.
While at KTEH she served as producer of the documentary video Back From Nicaragua , staring Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, and Holly Near and as Associate Producer of the award-winning three-part series Silicon Valley.
At KTEH she was associate producer for The Other Side of the Freeway about the unsung heros of East Palo Alto. She also served as an educational consultant to Short Stories and Tall Tales.
She served as a segment coordinator, actress, and voice over for
Latino, a feature film directed by Haskel Wexler released in 1984 by LUCASFILMS, Actress, Segment Coordinator, and voice over.
Valerie Landau worked with other media professional through Creative Media Professionals and worked on several projects including training videos for Mervyn's.
She is currently creating a video archive about the work of Dr. Douglas Engelbart, The Engelbart Chronicles.