Tatiana Bacchus, Owner/Senior Producer of Teaspoon & Pound Media, is an emerging independent film and media maker who curates and amplifies the ancestral wisdom of subjects and characters rendered virtually invisible in mainstream media.
I’m a Latin American Award Winning Filmmaker, an Actor and a Writer now based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. However, I started acting when I was just 2 years old in my hometown in Brazil and received my degree in theater in Rio de Janeiro.
M. Asli Dukan is a producer, director and editor with over 20 years of professional experience in independent film and video production in the U.S. and around the world. She has screened her films at numerous festivals, including the BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia and T.O. Webfest in Toronto, Canada.
From Asunción, Paraguay, Bettina Escauriza is a filmmaker, writer, artist, and actor living in Philadelphia. She is a natural storyteller from a family of frustrated mystics, spectacular liars, ill-fated thieves, and awful politicians. Her work deals with Indigenous knowledge, colonization, immigration, and exile.
Erica Hawkins is an emerging filmmaker and educator. Much of Erica’s work and teachings center around history, particularly African Diaspora histories and experiences. Erica is currently working to preserve these experiences and stories via film and multi-media projects.
I live by faith. For two years I studied at NYU Tisch School of the Arts campus in Singapore. After graduating, I built my own production company, Prime Act Media, to create stories about and opportunities for individuals over the age of 40.
My site Tinsel & Tine provides year-round free promotion, sparking conversations and awareness, celebration and reviews of the movie industry from local to international Film/Filmmakers to studio driven Movies/Moviemakers. Mixed with a spotlight on Philly Happenings.
Lois Moses, M.F.A., J.D., M.A., is an Actress, Poet, Clinician, Filmmaker, Director, and Playwright. She earned her Master’s in Fine arts in Acting at UCLA. She is an award-winning filmmaker for her short film titled, “And They Jumped into the Water…Some”.
Iliana Pagán-Teitelbaum is a Puerto Rican filmmaker based in West Philadelphia. She directed and edited Twin Tongues: Learning English in América, a nonfiction film about the politics of bilingualism and identity in the Hispanic community of Philadelphia.
She persists. She makes films. She tills the ground so others can make films too!
Kristal Sotomayor is a bilingual Latinx festival programmer, documentary filmmaker, and journalist. They serve as the Awards Competition Manager for the International Documentary Association, Programming Director for the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, and Co-Founder/Journalist for ¡Presente! Media.
Eboni Zamani is a filmmaker, photographer and writer. She most recently worked crew for HBO’s Mare of Easttown. And is currently writing and producing films and various media projects via her production company, Pearl’s Girl Productions.