Bi-Lengual Director, writer and actor Ezekiel Alexander Enriquez grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to the United States at the age of eleven. For the past fifteen years Ezekiel has worked in the world of Television commercials along with short and feature films. The visual style of this Director shows through the culture from spending much time in South America and Europe. His time overseas also influences much of his story telling through his screenplays and shorts. 2013-2015 saw this director hired as a consultant for a few smaller brands, helping them with the re-structuring of marketing and their overall visual message. Ezekiel continues to expand his talent through the advancement of technology and storytelling.
Film (Horror) Actor A Manson-style cult uses a long-lost "Fab Four" song to jump-start the zombie Helter Skelter. A popular radio DJ plays the song inadvertently creating a flesh eating zombie in a walrus costume.
Film (Drama and Sport) Miscellaneous Crew In a town near Austin, Bliss Cavendar's strong-willed mom believes Bliss, at 17, can win pageants - the key to a happy life. Bliss isn't the beauty pageant type: she's shy, quiet, and has just one friend, Pash, her fellow waitress at a diner. Things change for Bliss when she discovers a women's roller derby league in Austin, tries out, proves to be whip fast, and makes a team. Now she needs to become someone tough on the rink, keep her parents from finding out where she goes twice a week, and do something about a first crush, on a musician she meets at the derby. Meanwhile, mom still sees Bliss as Miss Bluebonnet. Things are on a collision course; will everyone get banged up? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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