Harold Ureña

Harold Ureña

Avion Studios
Animator, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Colorist, Compositor, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Location Scout, Motion Graphic Design, Photographer (Still), Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Supervisor, Producer, Production Assistant, Screenwriter, Videographer, Visual Effects Artist and Visual Effects Supervisor

New York City, New York

Member Since:
August 2015
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About Harold




  • Waiting for the Sun

    Waiting for the Sun (2016)
    Film (Short and Drama) Editorial department The story follows Jeremy Andrews, a soldier recently home from Iraq, seeing a therapist at the VA for the first time. Questions come up about his adjustments to home life as well as readjusting to civilian life. What he can't seem to admit out loud, continuously plays in his mind.

  • Brown Cover

    Brown Cover (2015)
    Television (Drama) Director Add a Plot »

  • At Fest

    At Fest (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Family, History, Music and 1 More) Visual effects At Fest is more than a folk music documentary. At Fest is an experiential journey making the audience part of one of America's biggest, oldest camping music festivals around. The audience gets to know the campers, the volunteers, and the bands. HogMaw, a progressive bluegrass band, tries for their big break. HogMaw's endearing and talented fiddle-player Ryann also volunteers at the festival, and her musical family camps at the festival, playing music by the campfire late at night. The cast of characters is big, and seamless and interconnected. When the credits roll, the love and community becomes palpable, memorable, and real. Because the setting for At Fest is the Philadelphia Folk Festival, the movie shares a lot of music, but this is not a concert documentary. The acts range from under-appreciated (David Wax Museum, Hoots & Hellmouth, US Rails), unheralded (Philadelphia Jug Band, Brad Hinton), unknown (Emily Drinker, Paul Thiessen, Margaret Garrity), and undeniable (HogMaw), but ... Written by Mastodon Films

  • Nine for IX

    Nine for IX (2013)
    Television (Documentary and Sport) Sound department Series focuses on captivating stories of women in sports told through the lens of female filmmakers. Nine for IX film topics include an intimate look at Pat Summitt, college sports' most successful coach ever, the largely unknown history of Katarina Witt and her link with East Germany's secret police, and the focus of sex in the marketing of female athletes. Written by ESPN

  • The Education of Mohammad Hussein

    The Education of Mohammad Hussein (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew "The Education Of Mohammad Hussein" is an intimate look at how the largest Muslim community in the U.S. responds to the provocations of an antiIslamic preacher. Through the eyes of children, the film examines what it is like to come of age as a Muslim in the United States a decade after the 2001 terrorist attacks. Written by Anonymous

  • Don't Call It Heimweh

    Don't Call It Heimweh (2004)
    Film (Documentary) Editorial department Add a Plot »

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