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(this site will be dismantled in the next few weeks)
SEED STORY, a short film in macro perspective, directed, written and shot by William D. Caballero, will have its WORLD PREMIERE this January in Park City, Utah at the SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL!
AT THE TREASURE MOUNTAIN INN IN PARK CITY, UTAH
SHORTS BLOCK 4
• Sunday, January 20th, 2013 @ 10.15 am in the Gallery
• Thursday, January, 24, 2013 @ 2.30 pm in the Gallery
(Caballero will be attending the Thursday screening and post Q&A session)
Click here to purchase tickets.
h, financial, and social issues impacting my Puerto Rican-American family, and how we all persevere through love, humor, and hope.
It is slated to premiere on a program called AMERICA REFRAMED which is on a PBS network called THE WORLD CHANNEL (available in most states including New York, California, Illinois, Florida, and many more) on DECEMBER 30TH 2012 at 6am, 2pm, and 8pm Eastern time! Following the 1 and a half hour doc will be a 30 minute interview between myself and show hostess Natasha G Del Toro. I hope I didn't stutter or use double negatives lol.
Check out an excerpt below!
Over 6000 submissions were received this year, and only 100 films (shorts and features) were selected. This means that getting into SLAMDANCE (1.7% acceptance rate) is more difficult than getting into HARVARD! lol. Needless to say, I'm psyched and want to thank everyone for supporting me, including my amazing crew and friends/fans out there. Click below to see an excerpt.
Check out the 2012 Screenings tab at the top of the page for recently added information on upcoming screenings for the months of October and November 2012.
AMERICAN DREAMS DEFERRED screening at the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (Saturday, November 17th @7pm)
AMERICAN DREAMS DEFERRED, my first feature length documentary, is screening at the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival. Click here to see a trailer.
Saturday, November 17th
7pm (90 minutes)
Red Carpet Theater at Taino Towers
240 East 123rd Street
4,5,6 trains to 125th street
Come check out the NYC-premiere of SEED STORY at the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery this Sunday!
As a lone dandelion blossoms in an abandoned parking lot, it divides the lives of several miniature people in this experimental narrative short film shot that examines the affects of religious extremism, capitalism, pollution, and fascism in macro perspective. The project took eight months to complete, and required props to be conceptualized and created from junk, hundreds of plastic miniatures to be meticulously
painted by hand, and rigorous ground-level shooting.
Sunday, October 28th
Free and open to the public
THE COAL SHOP: Brooklyn Workshop Gallery
393 Hoyt Street Brooklyn NY 11231
G Train to Carroll Gardens
The 12 minute short will screen at the top of each hour so come at any time in between to meet the filmmaker and the crew. Meet the team and learn how it was created. Big thanks to Martine Bisagni and Amani Ansari for hosting!
As a lone dandelion blossoms in an abandoned parking lot, it divides the lives of several miniature people in this experimental narrative short film that examines the role of religion, capitalism, environmentalism, and fascism shot in macro perspective. This excerpt occurs halfway into the 12 minute film, and deals with the subject of capitalism and pollution.
Seed Story is the latest short film created by MTV Movie Award nominated filmmaker William D. Caballero. The project took eight months to complete and required props to be conceptualized and created from junk, hundreds of miniatures to be meticulously painted by hand, and rigorous shooting, usually on the cement ground during hot summer days. The project is currently being submitted to film festivals across the world.
UPCOMING NYC FREE SCREENINGS:
•BROOKLYN WORKSHOP GALLERY- The project will have a small-scale screening free and open to the public at the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn on Sunday October 28th. More details coming soon!
William D. Caballero - Director, Producer, Writer, Cinematographer, Animator, and Composer
Asst. Cinematographer- Lenny Gomez
Art Crew- Prisilla Siregar, Amy Yamashiro, Matthew Cervoni, Kate Keisel
Production Assts- Schoneck Shoaf, Mark Pitre, Michael Caballero, Cristina Margalef,
Soda Can Tank Sculptor - Roy Greenwood (www.sodacanmodels.com)
Vocalist- Heather Mae Foard
As a lone dandelion blossoms in an abandoned parking lot, it divides the lives of several miniature people in this short macro-perspective film that alludes to the universal intolerance of adults and innocence of children.
SEED STORY features a cast of hundreds of miniature hand-painted figures, homemade tanks made out of soda cans, and junk sculptures. Click here for more information and test shots!
I am proud to announce that my latest project, LA FAMILIA FIGUEROA has entered it’s first ever fundraiser drive. It's a half-hour animated comedy series about three generations of a Latin American family living under one roof. Set in the fictional urban neighborhood of Conejo Island, the show parodies Latin American and American culture, pop culture trends, television and media, current events, and just trying to get by in today’s America.
We are raising funds to create (3) webisodes that can later become part of our pilot episode. They will also be used to pitch the show idea to various television networks in hopes of having the first ever, animated sitcom that features an all Latino family.
By clicking the link above, you can find out more about the project and how you can help us make this a reality.