“And so all day today (starting at 12:01am Pacific Time), for any purchase you make on Bandcamp, we will be donating 100% of our share of the proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union, who are working tirelessly to combat these discriminatory and unconstitutional actions.” (From bandcamp)
If you follow me on social media then you’ll know exactly how I feel about this current administration and if you know me and my brother you’ll know we’re Mexican-Americans; so it’s a no-brainer that we stand united with all immigrants and immigrant rights. And by-the-way the man behind Vestron Vulture, who scored my brother’s latest feature film “Streets of Vengeance”, is from Mexico!
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Great news! My music video for Blue Jungle, “Little Red Riding Hood” is being screened on Nov. 13th (Friday the 13th!) at the ITSA Film Festival in Sonora, CA. It is being screened as part of their “Reel Scary” program. This year the 3 day long festival is FREE! You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and enjoy/support indie film. This is my 4 project to be screened at this festival. They’ve been very supportive of my films. I almost forgot to enter their festival this year, I entered at the last minute. I mostly forgot because film has taken an unwanted break and I haven’t been in the festival/film making mood. So I missed other festivals because of that. Music videos are a little harder to get noticed/screened at festivals so I don’t submit as aggressively. But if there’s a chance to support a festival like ITSA then I make an exception.
Updates: My brother is almost done with principal photography on his 80s inspired revenge film Streets of Vengeance. He just released the trailer. I’m working hard on my feature length film, I’ve written about 40 pages, and I will have very exciting updates in the coming months. Meanwhile keep in touch with me on Facebook and check out my brother’s trailer below. Thanks.
My brother and his girlfriend, A and P Productions, just launched their fundraising campaign for their next feature length film: “Streets of Vengeance!” It’s an 80s inspired female revenge film inspired by movies from the 70s and 80s like “Savage Streets,” “Ms. 45” and many others. One of the best perks is a limited run VHS copy of the movie; released by Vultra Video! The film includes retrowave/synth music by Vestron Vulture. Check out the pitch video below and the full campaign at indiegogo.
The pitch (taken from indiegogo):
A new cult is emerging on the streets of San Francisco targeting “immoral” women and punishing them for corrupting men’s minds. They videotape themselves torturing, humiliating and murdering these women for the entertainment of other angry creeps across the internet. The group has set its sights on the adult film industry and its hottest young star, Mila. After being tortured and left for dead, Mila crawls back from the threshold of death and seeks her revenge. She puts a group of badass babes together to help rid the streets of the murderous group for good. Sexism. Rape culture. Misogyny. Pornography. Sexual Violence. These are a few of the taboo subjects that make up our 80’s, VHS styled, female revenge movie!