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Song From a Blackbird
Short | Fiction | 18’ | 2014 | U.S.A., Colombia

A young musician is haunted by his own memories as he tries to reconnect with his mother after a sudden death in the family.

Produced in the Film & Television B.F.A Program (2013)
New York Film Academy
Thesis Project

Key Credits
Director, Writer, Editor: Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Producer(s): Valerie Khoudari, Alessandra Ghisolfi, Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Camera: Michael Totten
Cast: Enrique Pedráza-Botero, Vivienne Powell, Jack Landrón

30under30 Film Festival, New York, 2014 (Best Director)
HollyShorts Film Festival, 2014
Columbia Gorge International Film Festival, 2014 (Breaktrhough Performance)
Reel Indie Film Fest, 2014
Bogotá International Film Festival, 2014

Short | Experimental/Video | 4’ | 2012 | U.S.A

A new world of sexual identity and a joyous look at the freedom to live without shame.

Key Credits
Director: Nayantara Roy
Producer(s): Enrique Pedráza-Botero, Nayantara Roy
Camera: Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Editor: Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Cast: Jeffrey Patrick Olson, Kathleen Holland, Nv Be, Jean Shy

“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” (Written by Bennie Benjamin, Gloria Caldwell, Sol Marcus) | Published by Warner Chapell Music Inc.
Cover Vocals: Jean Shy
Cover Produced & Arranged by DICE

The Yellow Card
Short | Nonfiction | 13’ | 2011 | U.S.A

A filmmaker's journey exploring the lives of New York subway performers Frankie Garcia, a guitarist from Puerto Rico and Larry and Sonia Wright, two bucket drummers from the Bronx.

Produced in the Film & Television B.F.A Program (2010)
New York Film Academy 

Key Credits
Director, Cinematographer, Editor: Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Producer(s): Sphumelele Sibeko, Nomusa Nzima, Enrique Pedráza-Botero
Featuring: Frankie Garcia, Larry Wright, Sonia Wright

Crown Heights Film Festival, 2011
Columbia Gorge International Film Festival, 2011 (Best Student Documentary)
Palm Springs ShortFest, 2011