Come Join us as we discuss how producing, directing and writing short films can benefit your career.
Saturday September 17, 2016 3:00 PM at
The Poet’s Den Gallery and Theater
309 East 108th St
New York, NY 10029
Actor, Director, Writer, Producer, Comedian, Film Guru in general Victor Cruz shares with us his exciting film careeer and how he benefited from producing his own work. The Q&A will be moderated by everyone’s Tio “Tio Louie” who is an expert in Latino Media and shares lots of knowledge with the next generation of Latino filmmakers and actors.
The Panel is free.
Reserve your seat today here: http://victorcruzpanel.brownpapertickets.com/
Victor Cruz was born in Portsmouth, Virginia and raised in the heart of the South Bronx. At the tender age of sixteen he performed stand-up comedy for the first time in New York City. He studied in the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase College and the day before graduation, booked his first role on HBO’s The Sopranos. Some of TV & film credits include: Annie (2014), The Other Woman (2014), The Humbling, Gotham, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, and NBC’s The Blacklist. Check out his latest project, feature-length comedy The Stockroom, directed by Victor Cruz and Guru Enlightment.
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Louis E. Perego Moreno/@TioLouie
Founder & Executive Producer of PRIME LATINO MEDIA, the largest network on the East Coast of Latino multimedia-makers, actors and musicians in bilingual Latino and mainstream media and entertainment, hosts PRIME LATINO MEDIA Salón, metro-New York’s only monthly network gathering in which over 100 narrative & documentary filmmakers, programmers, casting agents, TV & digital media producers, actors and journalist/authors have been interviewed. An interactive content producer and educator who for the past 34 years has owned Skyline Features, a bilingual (English and Spanish-language) multimedia and educational production company developing documentaries, television programming and advertising commercials featuring Latinos, Blacks, Women, Urban Youth and LGBT. Created a non-profit video training program that over the course of ten years produced 70 documentary shorts with 1,500 Latino and Black Youth. Producer/Director/Writer of documentary feature, Latina Confessions (What does it mean to be Latina in the USA?) and on the PBS documentary feature as Co-producer of American Dreams Deferred, about a Puerto Rican family and their son’s journey graduating from NYU with a Master’s degree. For 13 years he served on a national level and for two years he was the President of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers in New York (NALIP). He has been serving for over 19 years on the Board of Advisors for the Center for Latino Arts & Culture at Rutgers University.
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