Category Archives: Events
Now I’m allowed to say that our super short film Super Debt has been selected to screen at San Diego Comic Con International Film Festival! The biggest Comic Con of them all decided that our superhero that’s in debt story is worthy to be an Official Selection at the festival. This is awesome! Here is the schedule when it will screen: Super Debt Friday, July 21 11:20 am – 11:40 am Grand Ballroom 3&4 (San Diego Marriott Marquis) Hopefully ya’ll … Continue reading
As an API ASF Scholar, I received a nice scholarship from NBC Universal during my undergraduate years. Now it’s time for me to give back and share my knowledge in media and film to high school students looking into starting their college lives with the APIASF College Jump Start Tour 2016. I’ll be present in the Queen College location. To attend, here are the details: Queens College – City University of New York Saturday, October 22, 2016 Registration opens at … Continue reading
Our award winning short documentary, Gift of Life, will be screening at Asian American International Film Festival 2016 as part of the CUNY Asian Film Festival Showcase. Here are the details: July 27, 2016 5:00pm at The Martin Segal Theatre 365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016 I’ll be there in attendance! For more info, click here! See you there!
Our short film Super Debt is an Official Selection at Miami Sci Fi International Film Festival. This is an awesome film festival featuring film genres such as fantasy, sci-fi, adventure and horror, as well as great independent films from around the US. We are honored to have our film to screen there. The film will be screening on January 16 2016, 1:45pm during the Kello Hitti Student Challenge block.
Our short film Super Debt was an Official Selection of the 3rd annual Urban Action Showcase 2015, film festival dedicated to diversity and action. It was a pretty cool film festival and expo because, as a person of color and a rebid action fan, this festival was for me. On Friday Nov. 7th, they held the opening ceremony reception at the HBO building by Bryant Park. They had an Vimeo Pro presentation to start it off, then a nice reception … Continue reading
I can’t believe I totally missed NY Comic last year. That’s what happens when you’re in school full time with 2 jobs. You just miss things. Anyway, I took the opportunity to go to the convention this year. I wanted to cosplay something bold, something different… body paint. One of the raising stars in the wrestling world right now is NXT’s Fin Balor aka Prince Devitt in Japan or everywhere else. His body paint is on point. It has the … Continue reading
As a filmmaker and makeup artist, it was important to me to be able to determine my source of inspiration as well as find a way to combine my arts. I knew horror was definitely my favorite genre, and Halloween, my favorite holiday. I found an old tube of fake blood left over from my zombie costume and it started from there. The costumes, the makeup, and the chance to be anything you want are what attracted me. I love … Continue reading
So I’m starting my Youtube strategy again, I got a new show idea and I’d like to see if my hunch and what I’ve learned throughout my time doing Youtube video is correct. So I’m taking the free workshops at the Youtube Space NYC in Chelsea. This time, the topic is the “10 Fundamentals of a Creative Strategy on Youtube.” Upon arrival, we had some complementary drinks like coffee, water and soda (no alcohol) with chips and dips. A comedian/actor … Continue reading
I never been to the new Youtube Space NY facilities since they moved to the offices at the Chelsea market, so it was the perfect time to visit when they had an event called the “Cultural Diversity Celebration.” My friend and I went to check it out, and to our surprise, they had some surprise speakers like Timothy DeLaGhetto and Chescaleigh and 2 others that I am not familiar with. But before the speaking engagement, there were free food like … Continue reading
We went to the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival because our short film “Mother’s Gift” was an Official Selection and went on to screen before the documentary “Plastic Paradise.” Of course, we had to represent ourselves and eventually visited the city of brotherly love. Since it was my first time in that city, I needed to go to some stops before heading out to the festival. Our first stop was the rocky steps in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, then … Continue reading