Open Screen Details
Open Screen Series is a fun concept for filmmakers and creative entrepreneurs in the city, that wants to present their project in whatever stage of production the’re working on, to other filmmakers for feedback and networking. This is a great opportunity to showcase some of your original material [audiovisual] and then have a 3 minute “hot seat” Q&A with the audience. There’s no script! There’s no limits! Each project will be selected randomly that night for the presentation, so make sure you have all your crew and cast ready! It’s gonna be EPIC.
Also, even though this is NOT A COMPETITION OR A FESTIVAL, there will be many prizes and surprises.
Bar is open during the event. Only $5 entrance.
After the Screening we will have an interview with our special guests Candido Tirado and David Zayas.
Cándido Tirado is a Puerto Rican playwright who moved to the Bronx from Puerto Rico. Tirado is currently a resident playwright for Teatro Vista in New York City. In the United States his works have been produced by theater companies such as Teatro Vista, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, and the Goodman Theatre. Tirado has taken part in directing and writing for INTAR theater’s annual one-minute play festival. Tirado’s screenwriting background includes being a staff writer for six episodes of the TV series East WillyB in 2013 He was also a staff writer for the show Ghostwriter.
David Zayas is a Puerto Rican actor. He is best known for his roles as Angel Batista on Showtime’s series Dexter, Osborne the cop in Rounders (1998), Enrique Morales on the HBO prison drama series Oz, Lou the bodega owner in Annie (2014) and Sal Maroni on Fox’s series Gotham.