San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Location, Location, Location with Danny Davila
Danny Davila has worked in the film industry since the age of 18. He has risen the ranks as an editor, graphic designer, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, and Art Director. Danny was also formerly part of the City of Miami's Film Office where he was tasked with approving thousands of film and stills permits. He is currently a member of the Art Directors Guild and the Art Director for the Miami based USA Network television series Burn Notice. Danny has worked on over 130 episodes of television, hundreds of commercials and music videos and more than a dozen feature films.
Danny was the Cinematographer on "Rolling" an official selection to the Miami Short Film Festival in 2008.
The Secrets of the perfect cast with Carlos Rojas
Carlos Rojas proudly one of the three managing partners of Universal Casting for the last six years. Along with Ginger Wortley and Eva Edlund-Borges, the trio offers high tech casting options, teleconferencing capabilities, production offices and access to an extensive talent pool has allowed them to be a driving force for some of the most exciting, humor-filled and emotional projects casted in Florida.
Carlos Rojas has raised the standards within the casting community and it is no longer business as usual. For his competitors…Carlos Rojas - the funny boy from Colombia is no laughing matter.
When & Where
MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL #MIAMIsFF
16th Annual MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL
In 2017 the festival will run from Monday, November 06, to Saturday, November 11, at our main venue, the Cinepolis theater in Coconut Grove, and at the Miami Beach Cinemateque.
The MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL is a dedicated contributor to the cultural arts, economy, and education of South Florida. Through a highly effective strategic partnership model, MIAMIsFF has introduced its unique programs and educational intitatives year-round into theaters, classrooms, businesses, and organizations throughout South Florida.
Our mission is to present quality films from around the world, as well as to support, recognize, and honor our filmmakers for their visionary excellence in creating films under 30 minutes.
Short films, past and present, are true works of art, and deserve a venue dedicated to their exhibition.