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In the following industries:
Film and TV.
Fields of practice:
Producing, Cinematography, Directing
Management teams your interventions may concern:
Production Management Art management
Types of interventions:
Producing, Filming, Editing, Directing.
Training courses attended:
BFA from NYU's Tisch school of the Arts in Film and Television Production.
French Baccalaureat Scientifique (Mention Bien).
Also attended les Cours Florent for Acting in Paris.
Led training courses:
Microsoft Office, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, EP Scheduling and Budgeting and Final Draft.
Ciné Cinéma, Morgane Production.
Presentation sheet cretaed / updated on: 2010-11-06 20:18:48
In the development of my company, Bazaar Productions, I work on two levels. The first being the development of projects and films that are carried out from pre to post-production entirely by the company. These projects are meant to build our reel and promote our fictional work centered on international political and social issues. Our experience and focused is specifically centered in Panama and new York. The second level is the support to other projects on a logistical level bringing equipment, and/or filmmakers capable of producing, filming and editing. In this context, I have worked alongside Morgane Productions in Paris as a cinematographer and coordinator for documentary projects such as Meeting Albert Maysles (2009) shot in HD and New York Conversations (2010) shot on super 8, both of which were broadcast ed on Canal + owned TV station, CinéCinéma.
• May 2009 – Present: Producer and Cinematographer for NEW YORK CONVRSATIONS (2010), a Documentary feature to be aired on Ciné Cinema Cult. This documentary, shot on Super 8mm, consists of twelve conversations amongst New York based Directors and Actors talking about the craft such as Jonas Mekas, Paul Morrissey, Michael Pitt and more. (Dir. Pierre Paul Puljiz).
• January 2009 – Present: Producer, Writer, Director and Editor for Bruja. Short film starring Saundra Santiago who’s acting includes Miami Vice (1984-1990), The Sopranos (1999-2007) & Carlito’s Way. This film received acclaimed press and television exposure in Panama and won Best Film 2010 at the Hayah film festival in Panama. This film is also winner at the Philadelphia film festival and nominated at the Flint Film Festival in Michigan.
• April 2010 – May 2010: Cinematographer for Wavingnotdrowning a sequel to Tarnation (2004), following Jonathan Caouette and his mother on a road trip from Houston to New York. (Dir. Jonathan Caouette).
• February 2009 – May 2009: Assistant Editor to Jonathan Caouette (Tarnation (2003)); winning the Boston Society of Film Critics) and the Sutherland Trophy at the British Institute Awards. Was also nominated for the Independent Spirit Awards and Gotham awards for Best Documentary.
• Other Feature and Short Film Projects.
Zuniga (2011) Feature length (Pre Production) Writer
Garden Death (2008) Independent Short film (HD) Cinematographer
Les Essuie-glaces (2008) Short film (HD) Director/ Cinematographer/ Editor
Phonebook (2008) Independent Short film (HD) Writer/ Director/ Producer
Le Visage de la Nuit (2007) Short film (HD) Director
In the Dark (2006) Short film (Super 16mm) Writer/ Director
Back to Zuniga (2006) Short film (Super 16mm) Cinematographer
Bait (2006) Short film (16mm) Cinematographer
Lunchbox (2006) Short film (35mm) Producer
IMDB reference: 2886877
• Janvier 2009 – present: Producer and Cinematographer for The Frozen Voyage (2012), a Documentary Series produced by Throwback Pictures (Andrew Jenks, Room 335 (HBO 2006), The Zen of Bobby V (ESPN 2008)). This documentary follows the explorer Eric Brossier, the captain of an icebreaker sailboat, as he sails around the Arctic to raise awareness on climate change.
• February 2010: Camera Operator for The Untitled Discovery Mob Project (2011), a documentary produced by the Discovery Channel on mobsters turned informants.
• May 2009: Cinematographer for Meeting Albert Maysles (2009) Documentary special to be aired on French cable television, Ciné Cinema, during mid 2010. This documentary is a portrait of a man considered to be the founder of modern day documentary filmmaking, having been nominated many times for Academy Awards for his documentary filmmaking.
• June 2007: France Télévision: ROLAND GARROS, French Tennis Open. Production Assistant for broadcast interviews and game commentaries.
• January 2007 – January 2008: Videographer for (2007-2008), a networking website for artists around the United States. Interviews include industry experts such as Michael Stahl-David (Clover Field (2008)).
• May 2006 – june 2006: Commercial filmmaker for (2006). Andres shot commercials as part of an NYU Summer Program in Florence, Italy. Commercial segments posted on the official website, considered by Coca Cola, Zippo, Volvic, Netgear, and Eurostar.
• Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, New York, NY
Bachelor of Fine Arts. in Film & Television, with honors and the Founders’ Day award, December 2007; (Cumulative G.P.A: 3.8).
o Head of publicity for Students for The Collaborative Arts at NYU, 2004 – 2008.
• École Active Bilingue Jeannine Manuel, Paris, France
French baccalauréat S, May 2004; (Mention Bien).
• Cours Florent (Acting School), Paris, France
September 2002 – May 2004
• Proficient with PC, Macintosh, Microsoft Office.
• Proficient in Avid, Final Cut Pro, Live Type, DVD Studio pro, EP budgeting & Scheduling.
• Own an HD camera: Panasonic HVX 200 & editing software: Final Cut Pro 6.
• Fluent in French (native), Spanish and English. Basic German and Italian.