Name: Miki Hortencia Rodriguez
Lives in: San Francisco, California
Occupation: Set Decorator, Set Designer, Art Director, Production Designer and Storyboard Artist
Film by Kenny Shedd (Comedy and Short) Set Dresser
Praying for Rain
Film by Alex Ranarivelo (Drama) Set Dresser
Film by Tom E. Brown (Comedy and Drama) On-set Dresser When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of universal care, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy but also come up with $3000 a month to buy meds on his own?
Film by Finn Taylor (Comedy) On-set dresser When a cosmic event turns Emma's dog and cat into two perfect guys, Emma reconsiders her outlook on dating, hilariously works out her trust issues, and ultimately learns to love herself.
Film by Alex Ranarivelo (Drama) On-set dresser 1979, A teen escapes during the Iranian revolution with only his life, immigrates to North California, faces racism, bullying and general American hostility due to the American hostage crisis in Iran.Â Against all odds, and surpassing the community's expectations, he succeeds in becoming a State Wrestling Champion.
Commercial by Trioconnect LLC/Zhen Pan Production Designer
Between the Sun and Me
Film by Nanako Fukui (Drama, Family and Short) Storyboard Artist A short film about a 16 years old girl, Alice who identifies herself as a boy and struggles to find an outlet between Rebecca, the girl Alice likes and her single mother, Kate.
Film by Tim Boxell (Short and Fantasy) Production designer
Film by Jack Perez (Short, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Actress A war veteran accepts an unlikely offer to watch a cat, which takes a deeper turn for the strange upon meeting a odd sort of characters at a questionable hotel.
Film by Angie Wang (Drama) Set Dresser When an Asian American girl from the wrong side of the tracks is accepted by a prestigious university, she finds that her academic prowess can be put to lucrative use.
The Boat Builder
Film by Arnold Grossman (Drama and Family) Art department An embittered old mariner and an unwanted young orphan form an unlikely bond building a boat.
Film by Santiago Rizzo (Drama) Art department Set in 1995 in Berkeley, CA, a child (Mills) is barely surviving an abusive home, and searching for unconditional love. When he is unsuccessful in his search, he tries to convince himself that he doesn't need it. Graffiti and tagging become his release, family, and his safe place. Tim who becomes his teacher and his coach is the only person who really sees Mills for who he is, a child causing trouble in reaction to a troubled life. Offering Mills the patience and trust that he deserved, Tim has to make dire sacrifices to do so. Yet, Mills is still unable to put his faith in someone else until he learns to trust his own struggle first.
Film by A Viknesh Island Production/Viknesh Silvalingham Art Director
Happy Birthday Mr. Fisherman
Film by Peter 'Zhen' Pan (Short, Comedy and Drama) Art department The lonely Mr. Fisherman receives an anonymous birthday present on his birthday.
Film by Juan Davis (Short, Crime, Horror and Thriller) Production designer When an inmate hears of an easy burglary opportunity involving a blind and deaf man it is too easy for him to resist. When he decides to go through with the crime he finds out that it may not be as easy as it seems.
Film by Gibran Abdul (Short, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Production designer A man faces his conscience in a dream that reminds him about a past guilt.
Film by Chad C. Bell (Short, Action, Sci-Fi and War) Set decorator A captain fights to deliver sensitive information that can exonerate his actions as one of his former soldiers, now a cyborg, hunts him down for past misdeeds. Upon facing death, his cybernetic attache connects him to the true realm of modern conflict: the Internet. Written by Anonymous
Film by Ashley Roque (Short, Action and Drama) Production designer When a routine prisoner transfer goes wrong, FBI agents Farah Nguyen and Aiden Mathews must find a way to track down Johnna Shaw before she gets away.
Film by Ashley Roque (Short, Drama, Family and Romance) Art department This film is a short drama about an abusive man in his late 20s who will take no for an answer.
Television (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Bryson expected the best summer of his life: working with his best friends and getting free movies at his new job at the historic movie theater, the National. What he got was a summer-long stay at the town haven for the most insane and depraved people he had ever seen. Written by Rob Blake
Academy of Art University CA