We develop entertaining and dynamic Latino content, original series, and movies for audiences around the world.
Connecting with the viewer through characters and emotions.
Writers - Producers - Directors - Photographers
Carlitos Ruiz has gone through the performance track at two of the top improv comedy schools in the U.S. (The Goundlings and UCB) studying the science of comedy and why things make us laugh.
Carlos Ruiz's career spans over two decades as a writer / director / producer connecting audiences through his movies, documentaries, web series, music videos, and commercials.
Since 2001 Ruiz has produced award-winning content for renowned brands, leading creative groups in the development of fresh ideas for clients like Coca-Cola, Direct TV, T-Mobile, Panadol, Mazda, and McDonald's to name a few. In 2007, his first feature film Maldeamores premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, including several awards and an international distribution deal.
After working from his home base of Los Angeles for 10 years, Carlos returns to Puerto Rico to help develop and produce high-quality creative content from the island to the world. But above all, to support emerging talent in the development of their stories.
Producer & Creative Coordinator at OK-SHOWME, LLC. where she helps develop original content to showcase inclusive and diverse voices from Puerto Rico to the world.
Her feature film producing credits includes Ana (Dafne Keen & Andy García), Primal (Nicolas Cage, Famke Janssen & Kevin Durand) and Driven (Jason Sudeikis & Lee Pace) which she presented at the Venice Film Festival and Toronto Film Festival in 2018. She got her BA in Communications at the University of Puerto Rico in Río Piedras campus. In 2013 she won the Silver Cúspide at the National Advertising Festival representing her college. In 2015, was chosen for a Producing Workshop at the National Film & Television School in UK.
Vanessa started her career as Junior Producer at Pimienta Films in 2011. Since 2020 she has been producing commercials and developing new projects at OK-SHOWME, where she is also a partner.
Namir Couvertier has a Bachelor’s in Multidisciplinary Studies which include: Public Relations, Tourism, and Foreign Languages, a Master’s in Public Relations and Integrated Communications, and a Professional Certificate in Digital Marketing all from the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Puerto Rico.
On top of being a licensed PR, Namir is passionate about creating fresh and innovative content for social media & analyzing data for digital platforms, she aspires to emerge herself in all aspects of productions while undertaking modeling and acting.
Juanky Álvarez is a versatile filmmaker with 17 years of work experience in various aspect within the film industry. He has directed multiple music videos for artists like: Pedro Capó, Nicki Nicole, iLe, Rainao, Wisin, Zion, Villano Antillano and El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico.
Either as a cinematographer and/or film-editor he has worked with artists as: Ricky Martin, Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, Eduardo Cabra, Jesse & Joy, and within the advertisement industry, for brands such as: Toyota, Medalla, KIA Motors, Residente, Triple S, McDonald’s, Banco Popular of Puerto Rico, Walmart and Macaroni & Grill.
Besides this three major aspects of filmmaking he has worked as a colorist, motion graphic artist and as a producer of some of his latest projects. This experience has developed in him a sense of efficiency and uniqueness in his work and increased his passion in the complex medium of entertainment.
Carla is happy with a pencil, paper and tablet in hand. As a child she loved to draw and write. Her varied background has allowed her to mix two of her passions: creating and helping.
She worked in the advertising industry, created and edited Emily Magazine (2015), illustrated the children's book Titi Chabeli (Editorial Destellos 2019), is the author of the Guía para estudiantes de escuela superior (2021) and is a licensed professional counselor.
She won the KidlitWomen Scholarship (Highlights Foundation in Pennsylvania 2020) and participated in the First Children's Literature Incubator (2020), sponsored by Nuestro Barrio. Her story, El Reino de las Niñas Libres, was one of the winning stories. “My work is delicate and simple. I like (trying) to create a simple and captivating image at the same time. I think that is what inspires me, the beauty of simplicity.”
Quique Rivera is a Puerto Rican artist, United States Artist Fellow, Latin Grammy nominated and award winning director. His interest in diverse forms of fine arts led him to start experimenting and teaching himself stop-motion animation, a discipline where sculpture, photography and storytelling would come together into what became his art medium of choice.
His films Menuda Urbe (2010), Aedes (2011) and El delirio del pez león (2012) and “Así de grandes son las ideas” (2014) have been screened at over 70 international film festivals collectively, including Ottawa International Animation Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, Slamdance, New Orleans Film Festival, Cinefiesta, Raindance, Moscow International Film Festival, New Filmmakers LA and the Havana Film Festival. Rivera graduated from the Experimental Animation MFA program at the California Institute of the Arts where he received the LAIKA Annual Scholarship 2013-2014.
He was also a juror for the animation category at the 2013 New Orleans Film Festival where his film El delirio del pez león won the Grand Jury Award the previous year. In 2017 he founded his company Acho Studio, LLC in Los Angeles where he works on both commercial and personal animated projects.
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Zoé is an award-winning director, writer, and producer. Her recent short film “MARISOL” won the HuffPost Social Impact Award, and is now available on HBO. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, her work has screened in festivals including Tribeca, Palm Springs, Clermont Ferrand, and HBO NY Latino Film Festival, Urbanworld, and NALIP Latino Media Fest. In 2012, her film “GABI” garnered her top prizes like the King Screenwriting Award, the Wasserman Directing Award, the National Board of Review Student Grant, and a spot in The Independent Magazine's "Top 10 Filmmakers to Watch" list.
Her commercial body of work includes directing for brands like Sony, HBO, Herschel, Bausch & Lomb, PWC, and pop music artists like Doja Cat and Raja Kumari. Zoé is a 2013 Cinefestival/Sundance Latino Screenwriters Project Fellow and a participant at the 2016 Sundance Women’s Financing Intensive Project Fellow and the 2019-2020 Creative Capital Professional Development Workshop for Artists. She's also an active member of the New York Women in Film & Television Organization and the NYC Women's Filmmakers Group.
Zoé’s directing style encompasses drama and comedy through a visual style that seeks to create current and relatable content by prioritizing powerful storytelling, diverse casting, and a stirring cinematic language that prioritizes authenticity. Originally from Puerto Rico, Zoé is a narrative and commercial director. Her award-winning approach to content creation balances her directing sensibilities with her producing background in a way that allows her to continuously find smart and creative solutions for her clients’ needs.
Linda Hernández Rosado has a Bachelor's degree in Humanities and a Master's degree in Library Science from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. She has more than 30 years of experience as an executive of broadcasting and printed media. Among the various positions she has held, those of Vice President and News Director of Channel 11 Television stand out; President of the Puerto Rico Corporation for Public Broadcasting; Executive Director of El Nuevo Día-Orlando; Communications Consultant for the University of Puerto Rico; Associate Director of the newspaper Primera Hora and Executive Director of the Luis Muñoz Marín Foundation (FLMM).
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