About the Film

LOGLINE:

An unexpected event in a small Southern Mississippi town, change the lives of a young boy and girl, who may forever be "Broken."

PRODUCTION TEAM

Meet the team!

Director

Noël is an award-winning independent filmmaker based in downtown Manhattan. She made her directorial film debut with the short film Milking It (2014), which is currently being developed into a feature length film. Since its New York City Big Apple Film Festival premiere, the film has screened in multiple festivals across the US. Her follow-up project, the feature documentary art film Seven Days In New York, is in post-production.

 

Noël is a writer, director, producer, and editor of multi-platform campaigns, television promos, integrated marketing spots, PSAs, and other forms of short content. Her work has been featured on MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, BET, and FUSE TV, among other networks. She has over 10 years of experience working in music and pop culture with A-list talent, and has received honors from Nike, The Jackie Robinson Foundation, and Pepsi. She was recently featured in The Limited's "Leading Looks Like" campaign.

Director of Photograpy

Pedro Avila

http://www.pedroavila.com/

 

A Durango native, Pedro Avila launched his Director of Photography career in Mexico City prior to arriving in Hollywood where he currently resides.

 

He is a 14 year veteran with experience shooting both film and digital. He acquired his lighting skills and learned how to work fast while shooting episodic television for multiple award winning directors and networks such as NBC/Telemundo, Univision, TV Azteca, Gourmet Channel, and Televisa.

 

Shooting Feature & Short films, TV pilots and Commercials Pedro excels at lighting and framing to create powerful story-driven images. He specializes in lighting faces for glamor, comedy, and drama.

 

In 2013 Pedro became a member of the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600).

 

Earlier this year Pedro was admitted into the Mexican Society of Cinematographers (AMC). This prestigious association is for top cinematographers in Mexico.

Assistant Director

Adielenah (Lenah) Perez

http://ajperez.strikingly.com

 

Growing up in the Bronx, Adielenah only ever wanted to be a filmmaker. After receiving her Bachelors and interning at some of the best post houses, she moved on to forging her skills as an editor in the music scene of Mexico City.

 

There her clients included Coca-Cola, Discovery Latino and LG Electronics, to name a few. She learned the value of editing quickly while finding and maintaining the voice of the footage.

 

In the almost calamitous transition from Final Cut to Adobe Premiere of 2013, she began focusing on producing and writing as a means of avoiding that dreadful switch! Turned out she loved it!

 

Since she has written and produced several scripts, and obtained a master’s degree in screenwriting. One of her goals is to bring true diversity onto her film sets both behind and in front of the camera.

 

She aims to work on films that elevate voices that are otherwise not being heard and believes you need a diverse crew in order to do that.

 

The most important thing she brings to a set is a keen sense of problem solving. Her moto: "F*** yea, we can do this!"

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