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Multi-award winning independent filmmaker, Luis del Rosario, Jr. of R O S A R I O E N T E R T A I N M E N T, and wife, Marie Baylon del Rosario, have teamed up to bring you
D E L B A Y P I C T U R E S, a film and video production company. DelBay’s mission is to turn passion for filmmaking into reality.
“Luis L. Del Rosario Jr. has done a remarkable job in creating a powerful, character-driven drama, told with interesting moments of visual style and well-crafted performances.”
-Matt Barry / RogueCinema
“A deeply moving and involving film featuring a trio of fine performances and a story by Del Rosario that is involving and always compelling.”
– Richard Propes / The Independent Critic
“This is how the real art gets made in New York.”
- Ellis Henican / Newsday & Fox News
What's Your Neighbor Cooking?
Film (Short and Comedy) Editor Jim Schwartz finds himself in a quandary. Small in stature but enough bravado to fill a room. Jim finds his way to becoming the next celebrity on the Food-network channel. His prospect of possibly working with his celebrity "idol" Bobby Flay is suddenly sacked by a call from his agent. His quest of celebrity-ism is in jeopardy unless he, with humility, calls back a small production company where he'll host a cooking show called, "What's Your Neighbor Cooking?" which he coincidentally, unabashedly turned down just a few days ago. Bandido Entertainment with some reluctance hires Jim to host their new show. After a shaky start they move forward with the production and shoot the pilot episode of "What's Your Neighbor Cooking?" Jim struggles with the idea of the show and butts heads with the Producer and Director. Jim and his co-host Jessica must scour the neighborhoods of New York; follow the smells from the halls and corridors of apartment buildings, knock on the door and find out what ... Written by Anonymous
Film (Drama) Editor A man filled with regret and disappointment, Joe, a short order cook, spent most of his free nights alone on the rooftop of his building. Like a thorn that pierced him with every waking moment, he would numb the pain with an occasional drink that soon led to his isolation from the cold world he knew. A pause button had been pressed down on his life and left him wondering when it would play once more. A young waitress wiped the last table and heaved a sigh of relief. It would be another day of frozen existence, not knowing who she was or why she had even come to this country. Sacrifices would have to be made for her new life in America and her husband would be there to remind her of it with every blow of his hand. Every bruise belittled her and yet she pressed on at the diner. A twelve-year old girl sheds her last tear, picks up her things and moves on to the next shelter. Nina had been abandoned, sought after as a runaway, and hid like a frightened child from the unknown. Where her ... Written by Anne Marie C. del Rosario
New York University