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Alive or Living
Film (short) by Jennifer Azano (Drama) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Antonio De La Cruz (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer, Editor Maria's social worker sets a date for her to leave her house after an incident.
Salsero in Purgatory
Film (short) by Antonio De La Cruz (Crime and Drama) Cinematographer After losing his job a Graphic designer resorts to desperate measures to make ends meet and impress his girlfriend.
Three from the Block
Film by Antonio De La Cruz (Drama) Cinematographer ""The Astronaut" is the story of two friends and a number of encounters throughout the years. "The Police" a story about a teenager and how a song changes his life. "Life is elsewhere" is about a young Latino kid that runs away from home for the day and bumps into some interesting characters. Written by Director
Film (short) by Sathya Vijayendran (Comedy) Cinematographer, Producer, Editor, Director, Writer The only show where psychics read cars that no mechanic will touch!
Television (Comedy) Cinematographer An original comedy series that follows the adventures of Amelia, a midwestern new to New York City who takes things quite literally.
Rooming Late with Scott Rogowsky
Television by Scott Rogowsky (Talk-Show) Camera and Electrical Department
Singers in the Band
Film by David Goodman (Documentary, Action, Crime and History) Producer, Editorial department, Animation department "Singers in the Band" tracks the elaborate process of sex traffickers in the Philippines who contract women as singers and send them to work in bars that exclusively service U.S. Military Bases in Korea. Three governments, Philippines, South Korea, and the United States must be complicit, allowing "licensed" promoters to then force these women into prostitution through debt bondage. The film goes under cover to expose the crime, the entrapment, the shame, the military culture, and the long term effects of turning a blind eye to this crime against humanity for over a century. The film includes moving interviews with brave survivors, active and retired U.S.Military, experts, and with a government sanctioned "promoter" which the U.N. has listed as a known human trafficker. Written by David Titus
The Children of Hip Hop
Film by Antonio De La Cruz (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Editorial department Three vignettes that explore the impact of Hip Hop music and culture on the community of the South Bronx. These vignettes examine the lives of three individuals and are thus named "Mark," "Bobby V" and "Iris". Through these disparate but interweaving stories what unfolds is a balanced portrayal of the influence of Hip Hop music and culture on this community from the vantage points of these individuals. The film particularly focuses on how the music shapes the community and conversely how the community shapes the music. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Luis Cortina Cinematographer, Editor Ramon and Trinidad in their Bronx apartment have buried a family secret in the closet. Ramon want to control the secret with discipline, while compassionate Trinidad feeds, bathes and reads to this secret, in her hope to free this spirit. When boss Pastor John Parker, and his wife come to dinner, this creature begins to awaken. Written by Luis Cortina
Boy Meets Girl
Film (short) by Andrew Newman (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department