Ariel Navarrete Spahn is a Colombian filmmaker living in Los Angeles, CA. From a very young age he expressed an interest and skills in the world of art. He did a double major in art and animation, and Video Production at the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona. Upon graduation he started doing graphic art and camera work for different commercials and short films, including "Red Sand: A Mass Effect Fan Film" which have won several awards around the world. He is now pursuing a Masters degree in the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, where he is moving forward in development of his first feature film. He is characterized for using strong visuals to bring ideas to life.
Name: Ariel Navarrete Spahn
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Director, Screenwriter and Editor
Jack County Demons
Film by Jeffrey Reyes (Action) Camera and Electrical Department
Tuercesquinas: el Musical
Film (short) by Clara Martínez (Musical) Special effects A shy worker of a shopping center learns to have self-confidence following the advices of his partner.
Screaming in Silence
Film (short) by Neil Sparks (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Art director A tortured artist is haunted by the recurring appearance of a shadowy figure in his latest painting. When the figure refuses to be painted out, the artist begins to question his sanity and lose his already-tenuous grip on reality. Produced in 48 hours by the students of the Digital Video Program at the University of Advancing Technology for the Summer 2012 IFP Phoenix 'Beat the Clock' challenge, where it won Best Film. Written by Anonymous
Red Sand: A Mass Effect Fan Film
Film (short) by Caleb Evans (Action and Sci-Fi) Art director, Camera and Electrical Department, Actor, Visual effects The discovery of ancient ruins on Mars, left behind by the mysterious alien race known as the Protheans, are a treasure trove of advanced technology and the powerful Element Zero - an energy source beyond humanity's wildest dreams. Written by Anonymous
University of Advancing Technology (Tempe, AZ)
University of Advancing Technology, Digital Video Department (Tempe, AZ)