Carlos Freire is an Ecuadorian-born documentary filmmaker who moved to the United States in search of new opportunities as a professional.    His latest film Terraza 7 won the best "Short Latino Documentary Award" at the Latino Film Festival, the "Audience Choice Award" at the Boulevard Film Festival, best "Cinematography" at the Queens World Film Festival and the "Excellence in Short Documentary" at the International Filmmaker Festival in NY.    Carlos also produced two television shows: Business in Queens hosted by the Queens Chamber of Commerce at Queens Public Television (QPTV), and Guerrilla Mosh TV, a rock music television show which aired on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN).

Carlos Freire is an Ecuadorian-born documentary filmmaker who moved to the United States in search of new opportunities as a professional.

His latest film Terraza 7 won the best "Short Latino Documentary Award" at the Latino Film Festival, the "Audience Choice Award" at the Boulevard Film Festival, best "Cinematography" at the Queens World Film Festival and the "Excellence in Short Documentary" at the International Filmmaker Festival in NY.

Carlos also produced two television shows: Business in Queens hosted by the Queens Chamber of Commerce at Queens Public Television (QPTV), and Guerrilla Mosh TV, a rock music television show which aired on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN).

 
Christie is an actress/writer, producer and founder of The Movement Theatre Company.    After graduating from NYU Tisch School of the Arts (B.F.A. Drama), she has assisted over 200 emerging artists in developing their works that highlight diverse human experiences.    She also is a recurring spanish narrator for You Tell Me Stories Foundation, is a member of the Latinx Theater Commons Steering Committee, a graduate of the National Association of Latino Arts & Cultures (NALAC) and serves as the co-chair of NYU Latinx Alumni Network.

Christie is an actress/writer, producer and founder of The Movement Theatre Company.

After graduating from NYU Tisch School of the Arts (B.F.A. Drama), she has assisted over 200 emerging artists in developing their works that highlight diverse human experiences.

She also is a recurring spanish narrator for You Tell Me Stories Foundation, is a member of the Latinx Theater Commons Steering Committee, a graduate of the National Association of Latino Arts & Cultures (NALAC) and serves as the co-chair of NYU Latinx Alumni Network.



Rebekah started her career as an intern 6 years ago and pushed through into the feature film world. She now works primarily as a Post Production Coordinator. Some of her credits include Deepwater Horizon, Creed, Thank You for Your Service, Mary Poppins Returns and currently Gemini Man. She also works as an administrator for the Post New York Alliance, helping to bring post production/VFX companies and individuals together.        A native New Yorker, she often credits her success to the close-knit post community this city has to offer. Together we grow stronger."

Rebekah started her career as an intern 6 years ago and pushed through into the feature film world. She now works primarily as a Post Production Coordinator. Some of her credits include Deepwater Horizon, Creed, Thank You for Your Service, Mary Poppins Returns and currently Gemini Man. She also works as an administrator for the Post New York Alliance, helping to bring post production/VFX companies and individuals together.

A native New Yorker, she often credits her success to the close-knit post community this city has to offer. Together we grow stronger."


Valentin is a UN Youth Representative for the Man Up Campaign in NYC, the chief advisor for the Joy Bangla Youth Awards in Bangladesh, a Youth Voice Representative Advocate for CEDAW, and a senior intern for communications at the James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation.    More recently, Valentin’s passion for spreading the dialogue on how we can make differences within our communities, has moved him to continue his studies in Global Policy Studies through the Baccalaureate Program at CUNY.

Valentin is a UN Youth Representative for the Man Up Campaign in NYC, the chief advisor for the Joy Bangla Youth Awards in Bangladesh, a Youth Voice Representative Advocate for CEDAW, and a senior intern for communications at the James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation.

More recently, Valentin’s passion for spreading the dialogue on how we can make differences within our communities, has moved him to continue his studies in Global Policy Studies through the Baccalaureate Program at CUNY.



Marie moved from her hometown in Ponce, Puerto Rico to New York City in 2005 to pursue her passion in performing arts and obtained her associate's degree in filmmaking and acting from the New York Film Academy.    She later worked for Mundofox in the Bronx, while competing in beauty pageants, and became a professional dancer in TV shows in Univision Puerto Rico and Wapa TV with Iris Chacón.    Today, she is the founder and producer of West New York Fashion Week and the executive director of Nuestra Reina Latina USA Pageant.

Marie moved from her hometown in Ponce, Puerto Rico to New York City in 2005 to pursue her passion in performing arts and obtained her associate's degree in filmmaking and acting from the New York Film Academy.

She later worked for Mundofox in the Bronx, while competing in beauty pageants, and became a professional dancer in TV shows in Univision Puerto Rico and Wapa TV with Iris Chacón.

Today, she is the founder and producer of West New York Fashion Week and the executive director of Nuestra Reina Latina USA Pageant.



Alberto is a successful filmmaker and sound mixer from Madrid, Spain. After living in Dublin, Ireland and relocating to NYC in 2009 to pursue his career,    he has mixed for productions in film and television that feature Susan Sarandon, J. Balvin, Alejandro Sanz, Luis Fonsi, La Voz and others.

Alberto is a successful filmmaker and sound mixer from Madrid, Spain. After living in Dublin, Ireland and relocating to NYC in 2009 to pursue his career,

he has mixed for productions in film and television that feature Susan Sarandon, J. Balvin, Alejandro Sanz, Luis Fonsi, La Voz and others.



Jessica Cooper    Growing up in an entertainment environment, Cooper knew she would always be involved in the media. Throughout Cooper’s years in production, she has had the pleasure to work with Songwriters Hall of Fame, CNN’s “Hero Awards”, CBS, NBC, VH1 & Eastern TV’s “Love & Hip Hop” and MTV’s “TRL.”    Cooper continues to produce and develop new projects under her production company, JCoop Production, while also developing her skills working for major networks and filmmakers within the US and globally.

Jessica Cooper

Growing up in an entertainment environment, Cooper knew she would always be involved in the media. Throughout Cooper’s years in production, she has had the pleasure to work with Songwriters Hall of Fame, CNN’s “Hero Awards”, CBS, NBC, VH1 & Eastern TV’s “Love & Hip Hop” and MTV’s “TRL.”

Cooper continues to produce and develop new projects under her production company, JCoop Production, while also developing her skills working for major networks and filmmakers within the US and globally.