Name: Jac Avila
Lives in: La Paz, Bolivia
Company: Pachamama Films
Occupation: Actor, Director, Editor, Photographer (Still), Producer, Screenwriter and Director of Photography
Unique traits: When the light hits me in certain way, I'm kind of handsome.
Film by Pachamama Films - Amy Hesketh Producer, Actor
Dead But Dreaming
Film by Pachamama Films - Jac Avila Director, Producer, Writer, Actor
Le Marquis de la Croix
Film by Pachamama Films - Amy Hesketh Producer, Actor.
Film by Amy Hesketh (Horror) Editor, Producer, Actor Barbazul is based on the classic fairytale "La Barbe Bleue" (Bluebeard, 1697) by Charles Perrault, author of Cinderella, which tells the story of a wealthy and feared aristocrat with a blue beard who has the bad habit of killing his wives. In the original story the sinister aristocrat, with many wives already under his belt and whose fates are a mystery, convinces a neighbor to give Bluebeard his youngest daughter's hand in marriage. The bearded villain takes his new young and terrified wife to his castle, gives her the keys to all of the rooms and the liberty to open each one, with the exception of one room. In Amy Hesketh's version, Barbazul meets Soledad, a young aspiring model trying to financially support her younger student sister. Barbazul proposes marriage and takes her to his faraway plantation. Soledad knows that Barbazul has already been married to a famous model who disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Following the original story, Barbazul gives the keys to the ... Written by Jac Avila
Film by Pachamama Films - Jac Avila Director, Producer, Writer, Editor
Film by Pachamama Films - Amy Hesketh Producer, Actor, Director of Cinematography, Editor
Film by Jac Avila (Documentary) Editor, Producer, Director, Cinematographer In 1959 the first victims of a new and unknown epidemic appeared in Beni, Bolivia. By 1962 hundreds of people were dead, thousands sick and thousand more fled their homes. In 1963 a team of scientists from the US arrived to San Joaquin to investigate what was causing the epidemic. After a year over 1000 deaths (of a population of less than 5000) they traced the virus to a rat, the Callomys Callosus. The struggle to stop the spread of the disease began and continues until today. Written by Manuel Capercuna
Film by Pachamama Films - Erik Antoine Producer, Director of Cinematography
Martyr or The Death of St Eulalia
Film by Pachamama Films - Jac Avila Director, Producer, Writer, Actor, Editor
Martyr or the Death of Saint Eulalia
Film by Jac Avila (Drama) Editor, Producer, Actor, Director, Writer, Cinematographer As the post modern world is stormed by an onslaught of religious fundamentalism and resurrected 'holy wars' Camille, a 21st century woman experiences the passion of a 3rd century virgin martyr.
El Hombre de la Luna
Television by Pachamama Films Director, Producer, Scriptwriter, Actor
Krik? Krak! Tales of a Nightmare
Film by Mountain Top Films CoDirector, CoProducer, Editor