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Santiago Escribano se inicio en el mundo de lo audiovisual  hace mas de quince años.  Con una videocamara  JVC  y  dos aparatos de video  VHS conectados entre si comenzó a dar sus primeros pasos.  Cualquier evento familiar ya lo capturaba y editaba por aquel entonces de forma “artesanal”.

Familiares  y amigos fueron los que empezaron a darle publicidad y es donde empezo a tener clientes; video-montajes con fotografías de vacaciones, grabar un bautizo, comunión, boda… cualquier cosa que la gente le propusiese el lo hacia pero siempre de manera ingeniosa y creativa.

El amor que siempre le a tenido al cine le embarco en hacer cortometrajes con los que en estos años a cosechados varios premios. En 2009 gano el premio del publico en el festival Tirant de mòbil  con el cortometraje “La operación” . En 2011 se llevo el premio Levante TV con el cortometraje “Extraña” a la mejor idea original.

Actualmente esta trabajando en promos e intros para empresas, motion graphics,community manager, realización y post-produccion en eventos sociales.

Abierto a toda clase de trabajos audiovisuales hace que su creatividad siempre sorprenda en el producto final.

 

Filmomentum Canada

Paris David is originally from Mexico City. Kidney disease left him partially blind in the beginning of the year 2000. After having received a kidney transplant in 2002 he moved to the state of Chiapas, where he started to work at “Cable de Tuxtla” as the host of a television show that he created and directed. A few months later the producer abandoned the project and he had to produce the program himself, which he did and the program became a local success.

During the following years, Paris continued producing and directing two more television shows, for which he also edited, wrote, investigated and sometimes hosted as a guest. This was possible thanks to technology, which helped him give voice commands to his computer, magnify his monitor up to 1000 times and use a text reading program.

In 2007 he moved to Canada with his family, where he has created a dozen websites and at the same time he has studied special effects and Motion Graphics techniques for film and video; co-hosted, directed and produced a webcast show called Malas Lenguas with the Cuban playwright and author Jorge Carrigan; he directs an online community called “Chanfaina Blog” which teaches people to use a variety of video editing software; and he creates and sells After Effects projects on well-known websites such as “Video Hive”.

In January 2011 Paris won the World TV “Become a TV Mogul” competition; his short 2010 animated film Umbral Placebo won Valencia’s 2011 Tirant de Móvil Competition in the Citizenship and Communications category and was an overall semi-finalist in the 2010 Nontzefilmak Bilbao Fantasy film festival.
Finally, he recently won a Cultural Equity grant at Ottawa’s SAW Video for a three-part short film, currently in production.

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