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2018 – 2019

Summer Film Camp
FILM: A-N-N-A

2017 – 2018

Summer Film Camp
FILM: TUNED IN
Official Entry: 2018 Los Angeles CineFest (semi-finalist)
Official Entry: 2018 Best Shorts Competition, Winner: Award of Recognition: Young Filmmaker – 17 and younger
Official Entry: 2018 Miami Independent Film Festival
Official Entry: 2018 Do It Your Damn Self National Film Festival!
Official Entry: 2018 The Vero Beach Wine + Film Festival

Young Men’s Preparatory Academy
SILENT FILM: THE MASKED MAN
NARRATIVE FILM: GRANDMA WILSON
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, 2nd Place Narrative Film Poster
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Cinematography, Editing
TV SPOT: TACTICAL SHOES

Westland Hialeah Senior High School
SILENT FILM: HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, 2nd Place Silent Film Poster
SILENT FILM: LOST
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best Silent Film
NARRATIVE FILM: PRIMO
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best Narrative Film
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Sound, Lighting, Lead Male Actor, Director
TV SPOT: C. JORDEN’S CLINIC
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best TV Spot

Miami Lakes Educational Center
SILENT FILM: HEART STRINGS
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, 1st Place Silent Film Poster
SILENT FILM: HUSH LITTLE BABY
NARRATIVE FILM: SKIN DEEP
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, 1st Place Narrative Film Poster
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best Screenplay, Cinematography , Editing, Sound, Lighting
NARRATIVE FILM: EL NOVIO
Winner: 2018 FFI Annual Screening, Best Screenplay , Sound, Lead Female Actor
TV SPOT: DIVERSE DANCE STUDIO
TV SPOT: BLAST

2016 – 2017

Summer Film Camp
FILM: THE PRODUCTION

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: JAMIL and the BACKPACK
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Director, Screenplay, Editing, Sound, and Lead Male Actor
FILM: TAKE a KNEE
TV COMMERCIAL: THE SMART HAT
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best TV Commercial

Miami Lakes Educational Center
FILM: LAURA
Official Entry: 2018 The Vero Beach Wine + Film Festival
Official Entry: 2017 Miami Short Film Festival
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Film,​ Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Sound, Lighting and Lead Female Actor

FILM: SUICIDAL
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Cinematography and Lighting
FILM: THE GIFT
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Silent Film
TV COMMERCIAL: LOST
TV COMMERCIAL: NAZZLES

Westland Hialeah Sr. High School
FILM: CODE RED
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Lighting and Sound
FILM: THE OTHER PHASE of SUCCESS
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Screenplay and Editing

Young Men’s Preparatory Academy
FILM: The Rise Of The Fallen
Winner: 2017 FFI Annual Screening, Best Cinematography
FILM: THE TRADE
TV COMMERCIAL: MAGIC COMB
TV COMMERCIAL: WAR FIST

2015 – 2016

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: OFF TEMP
FILM: THE CANDIDATE
Official Entry: 2017 Woodstock Film Festival
Official Entry: 2017 Semi-Finalist LA CineFest
Winner: 2017 Best Shorts Competition, Award of Merit
Official Entry: 2016 Miami Short Film Festival
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening, Best Film, Director, Cinematography, Editing, Screenplay, Sound, Lighting and Lead Female Actor
TV COMMERICAL: PLAYBACK

Booker T. Washington Sr. High School
FILM: WHAT ARE YOUR DESIRES?
Official Entry: 2017 Comicpalooza Film Festival
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening, Best Experimental Film
FILM: A FOOL’S HEART
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening, Best Cinematography, Editing, Screenplay, Sound and Lead Male Actor
TV COMMERICAL: COACH BALL

Young Men’s Preparatory Academy
FILM: ROOM 1208
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening, Best Cinematography and Screenplay
TV COMMERICAL: GRAND THEFT SECURITY
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening, Best TV Commercial
TV COMMERICAL: COCO CHAI

Miami Lakes Educational Center
FILM: WISH
Winner: 2016 FFI Annual Screening Best Lighting and Editing

Summer Film Camp
FILM: COUNTDOWN
Official Entry: 2016 Bonita Springs Intl. Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 DC Independent Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 Flamingo Film Fest, FAU

2014 – 2015

Summer Film Camp
FILM: S–Laughter (It’s French)
Official Entry: 2015 DC Independent Film Festival

John Ferguson Sr. High School
FILM: UNDERGROUND ARTIST
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Cinematography, Editing, Screenplay, Lead Female and Male Actors
Winner: 2015 FLIFF Honorable Mention: Narrative
Official Entry: 2015 KIDS FIRST! Film Festival
Official Entry: 2015 International Family Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 Miami Independent Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 Bonita Springs Intl. Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 Depth of Field International Film Festival

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: MATCH.KOM
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Film, Screenplay, Sound Recording, Lead Female and Male Actors
Winner: 2015 FLIFF Honorable Mention: Narrative
Official Entry: 2015 Miami Short Film Festival
Official Entry: 2015 International Family Fun Festival
Official Entry: 2015 Los Angeles CineFest!
Official Entry: 2016 Miami Independent Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 Bonita Springs Intl. Film Festival
Official Entry: 2016 KIDS FIRST! Film festival
Winner: 2016 Best Shorts Competition, Award of Merit
Official Entry: 2016 Depth of Field International Film Festival

Westland Hialeah Sr. High School
FILM: THE OUTCAST
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Lighting

South Miami Sr. High School
FILM: SIMPLE STEPS
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Cinematography and Editing

Arthur & Polly Mays Conservatory of the Art
FILM: A PART OF HER STORY
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Director, Sound Recording, Lighting and Editing

Hialeah-Miami Lakes Sr. High School
FILM: CURIOSITY AT BEST
WINNER: 2015 Annual Screening Best Lighting

2013 – 2014

Summer Film Camp
FILM: BEING DINO BOY

Coral Reef Sr. High School
FILM: MAD WORLD
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Film, Director and Editing
Winner: 2014 Best Shorts Competition, Award of Merit
Official Entry: 2015 Arlington International Film Festival

Felix Varela Sr. High School
FILM: ONE FOR ONE
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Lighting

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning High School
FILM: SORRY BRAH
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Cinematography and Editing

William H. Turner Technical Arts HS
FILM: WHO ARE YOU, REALLY?
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Cinematography and Screen Play

Miami Lakes Educational Center
FILM: HARMONIC
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Lighting and Editing

Robert Morgan Educational Center
FILM: COMMERCIALS UNPLUGGED
Winner: 2014 FFI Annual Screening Best Screen Play

MOCA After -School Program
FILM: JARRED
Winner: 2014 FLIFF 3rd Place Bronze Award

2012 – 2013

Summer Film Camp
FILM: FRAUDS
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Sound

South Dade Sr. High School
FILM: SILENCE
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Film, Directing, Screenplay and Editing
Official Entry: 2014 Do It Your Damn Self National Film Festival
Winner: 2014 The IndieFEST Film Awards, Award of Merit: disability issues
Official Screening: 2015 ALL KIDS INCLUDED FESTIVAL

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: THE JANITOR
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Cinematography, Editing and Sound

North Miami Sr. High School
FILM: VANISHED
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Cinematography and Editing

South Miami Sr. High School
FILM: GONE
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Cinematography, Editing and Sound
Official Entry: 2014 Student Art Festival [STARTFEST]

Arthur & Polly Mays Conservatory of the Arts
FILM: THE WINNER
Winner: 2013 FFI Annual Screening Best Editing

Miami Central Sr. High School
FILM: DORM 969

2011 – 2012

Summer Film Camp
FILM: THE HOST

CINERAMA Saturday’s
FILM: THE PURR
Winner: 2012 FFI Annual Screening, Best Film, Director, Cinematography, Screenplay, Editing, Lighting
Winner: 2012 Yosemite Film Festival Sierra Award
Official Entry: 2012 The Education Channel (IFF)
Official Entry: 2012 FLIFF Certificate of Merit
Winner: 2014 Amelia Island Film Festival Student Film Festival Competition 1st Place

Coral Gables Sr. High School
FILM: THE MENTAL CASE

Hialeah Miami Lakes Sr. High School
FI LM: SERVES UP
Winner: 2012 FFI Annual Screening, Best Cinematography, Editing, Lighting, Sound

John Ferguson Sr. High School
FILM: I SELL CHOCOALTES
Official Entry: 2012 The Education Channel (IFF)
Winner: 2012 FFI Annual Screening, Best Director, Cinematography, Screenplay, Lighting, Sound
Winner: 2012 Best Shorts Competition
Official Entry: 2012 FLIFF Certificate of Merit
Official Entry: 2014 Amelia Island Film Festival Student Film Festival Competition

Miami High School
FILM: THE TIME IS NOW

North Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: THROUGH THE LENS
Winner: 2012 FFI Annual Screening, Best Editing

South West Sr. High School
FILM: THE VAULT
Official Entry: 2012 The Education Channel (IFF)
Official Entry: 2012 FLIFF Certificate of Merit
Official Entry: 2014 Amelia Island Film Festival Student Film Festival Competition

2010 – 2011

Women’s Park G.E.M. Program
FI LM: ANCESTRAL VOICES

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning High School
FI LM: MIAMI WAVES

Booker T. Washington Sr. High School
FI LM: TWISTED CRUSH

Felix Varela Sr. High School
FILM: THE FINAL CHAPTER
Official Entry: 2011 The Education Channel (IFF)
Winner: 2011 Yosemite Film Festival, John Muir Gold Award

Robert Morgan High School
FILM: TRAPPED
Official Entry: 2011 The Education Channel (IFF)

South Miami Sr. High School
FILM: MEGA-BAD

Turner Tech High School
FILM: SECOND CHANCE
Official Entry: 2011 Miami Short Film Festival

2009 – 2010

City of Miami Summer Film Camp
FILM: DANCE FOR A DAISY

Coral Gables Sr. High School
FI LM: THE CLEANUP
Official Entry: 2010 Miami Short Film Festival

Hialeah Miami Lakes Sr. High School
FI LM: CRY OF THE COBRA

John Ferguson Sr. High School
FI LM: THE BIG BREAK
Official Entry: 2010 The Education Channel (IFF)
Winner: 2010 Yosemite Film Festival, John Muir Gold Award

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FI LM: CHICKENMAN

Miami Lakes Educational Center Sr. High School
FI LM: DEADLY REJECTION

R.W. Reagan Sr. High School
FI LM: PICKLES

2008 – 2009

City of Miami Summer Film Camp
FILM: PETER PAN’S HOOKS REVENGE

Booker T. Washington Sr. High School
FI LM: PINEAPPLE X

Coral Reef Sr. High School
FILM: JACOB’S COMPASS

Miami Carol City
FILM: GUILTY AS TESTED

North Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: BRAIN JUICE
Winner: 2009 FLIFF
Honorable Mention Narrative

South Miami Sr. High School
FILM: VIRTUAL BANDALITY

South West Sr. High School
FILM: FINAL ENCORE
Winner: 2009 Yosemite Film Festival, John Muir Gold Award
Official Entry: 2009 Miami Short Film Festival
Official Entry: 2010 The Education Channel (IFF)
Certificate of Merit: Writing 2010 FLIFF

2007 – 2008

City of Miami Summer Film Camp
FILM: BOP IT OUT

Miami Children’s Museum Film School
FILM: BROADWAY CAN’T SHINE AS BRIGHT AS YOU
Official Entry: 2008 Miami Children’s Film Festival (MCM)

Barbara Goleman Sr. High School
FILM: DON’T DROP BY
Official Entry: 2008 Miami Short Film Festival
Official Entry: 2009 The Education Channel (IFF)

Miami Job Corps
FILM: STARGAZERS

Miami Southridge Sr. High School
FILM: EXIT

South Dade Sr. High School
FILM: BAD BISHOPS and BLUNDERS; A tale of extreme street chess.
Official Entry: 2009 The Education Channel (IFF)
Winner: 2009 FLIFF
Honorable Mention Narrative

Miami Central Sr. High School
FILM: PLAN B

2006 – 2007

Miami Children’s Museum Film School
FILM: THE GUARDIAN ANGEL
Winner: 2007 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Actress, Best Actor

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: AUDITION
Official Entry: 2008 The Education Channel (IFF)

Miami-Edison Sr. High School
FILM: FAMILY IS LIFE
Official Entry: 2008 Miami Children’s Film Festival (MCM)

Miami-Jackson Sr. High School
FILM: HORROR HIGH

Felix Varela Sr. High School
FILM: LEARNED BEHAVIOR

2005 – 2006

Miami Children’s Museum Film School
FILM: THE BOOK
Winner: 2006 Miami Children’s Film Festival
Best Film Middle School

Robert Morgan High School
FILM: TWISTED FATE
Winner: 2006 Miami Dade Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment
Student Filmmaker Award Presented
to “Sepabra Brathwaite”
Official Entry: 2008 The Education Channel (IFF)

Turner Tech High School
FILM: BROTHER’S KEEPER
Winner: 2006 Miami Dade Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment
Student Filmmaker Award Presented to “Ainkosi McCray”
Official Entry: 2007 The Education Channel (IFF)

Miami Northwestern High School
FILM: A NEW LOVE
Winner: 2006 Miami Dade Mayor’s Office of Film & Entertainment
Student Filmmaker Award Presented to “Marcus Issac”
Winner: 2006 Ft. Lauderdale Int’l Film Festival
High School Film Competition, Best Florida Film
Winner: 2007 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Cinematography
Official Entry: 2007 Romance In A Can Film Festival
Official Entry: 2007 M.I.K.E.
Official Screening: 2007 The Miami Lakes 4th Annual Young Filmmakers Film Premiere
Official Entry: 2007 The Education Channel (IFF)

2004 – 2005

Miami Children’s Museum Film School
FILM: THE KIDNAPPING

Coral Reef Sr. High School
FILM: SAFE
Official Entry: 2005 Miami Short Film Festival
Official Entry: 2005 Daytona Beach Film Festival
Official Entry: 2006 The Education Channel (IFF)
Official Entry: 2006 Awards Reel DIYDS Film Festival

Ferguson High School
FILM: UNAUTHORIZED
Winner: 2006 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Cinematography, Best Actress
Official Entry: 2006 The Education Channel (IFF)

Dr. Michael Krop Sr. High School
FILM: D76

2003 – 2004

Miami Children’s Museum Film School
Miami Sunset Sr. High School
FILM: DISGRUNTLED
Winner: 2005 Ft. Lauderdale Int’l Film Festival
Honorable Mention Best Direction
Official Entry: 2005 The Education Channel (IFF)

Holmes G. Braddock Sr. High School
FILM: FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS

Felix Varela Sr. High School
FILM: PERSONAL WITNESS

AGAPE FIU North Campus Middle & High School
FILM: FAMILY PROBLEMS
Winner: 2005 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Cinematography

2002 – 2003

Miami Children’s Museum Film School

Miami Palmetto Sr. High School
FILM: DOOR REVOLVER

North Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: WATCH

Hialeah High
FILM: TELLTALE HEART

2001 – 2002

Miami Children’s Museum Film School

Miami Sr. High School
FILM: A PAGE BETWEEN TWO HEARTS

Miami Coral Park Sr. High School
FILM: DREAM ROAD

North Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: INITIATION
Winner: 2003 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Cinematography

Hallandale High School (Broward)
FILM: 911
Winner: 2002 Do It Your Damn Self National Film Festival, Best Narrative

Dillard High School (Broward)
FILM: THE PARDONER’S TALE
Winner: 2002 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Actress, Best Cinematography

Piper High School (Broward)
FILM: FINAL DRAFT
Winner: 2002 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Original Music

2000 – 2001

Miami Children’s Museum Film school

Miami Sr. High School
FILM: DEADLY GAMES

Dr. Michael M. Krop Sr. High School
FILM: STOLEN
Winner: 2001 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Actor, Best Story and Best Film

North East High School
FILM: THE EXPERIMENT
Winner: 2000 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Actress, Best Cinematography and Honorable Mention

1999 – 2000

Miami Children’s Museum Film School

Miami-Edison Sr. High School
FILM: ALL’S FAIR
Winner: 2000 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Original Music and Honorable Mention

Miami Northwestern Sr. High School
FILM: BORN TO DIE
Winner: 2000 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Cinematography

Miami-Jackson Sr. High School
FILM: BROKEN PROMISES
Winner: 2000 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Story and Best Actress

Miami Sr. High School
FILM: TERRIFIED
Winner: 2000 Miami Children’s Film Festival, The Hitchcock Award

1998 – 1999

Nautilus Middle School
FILM: THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH

William H. Turner Technical Arts High School
FILM: DON’T GIVE UP
Winner: 1999 Do It Your Damn Self National Film Festival, Best Narrative

Booker T. Washington Middle School
FILM: WHAT IS ART?
Winner: 1999 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Middle Editing

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: THE TAKING

Michael M. Krop Sr. High School
FILM: THE RENAISSANCE AIN’T WHAT IT USED TO BE

Miami-Edison Sr. High School
FILM: MURDER HIGH

Miami Northwestern Sr. High School
FILM: ONE LOVE

1997 – 1998

Miami Beach Sr. High School
FILM: DON’T LEAVE ME
Winner: 1998 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Music

Norland Middle School
FILM: THE FARMER AND THE COWMAN
Winner: 1998 Miami Children’s Film Festival, Best Middle School

1996 – 1997

Allapattah Middle School
FILM: KEVIN AND NICKY
Winner: 1998 Do It Your Damn Self National Film Festival, Honorable Mention
Winner 1997 National Children’s Film Festival, Best Middle School

Miami-Sunset Sr. High School
Film: OUT BY THE BARRENS EXTENSION

1995 – 1996

New World School of the Arts Sr. High School
Coral Reef Sr. High

1994 – 1995

Miami Killian Sr. High School
Miami Carol City Sr. High School

1993 – 1994

Miami Springs Sr. High School
Braddock G. Homes Sr. High School

1992 – 1993

Miami Killian Sr. High School
North Miami Sr. High School