Who Are We?
We are all first and foremost ‘Cinema Lovers’, but also Filmmakers, Directors, Producers, Writers, Actors, Stuntmen/women, Facilitators or accomplished and true artists of some kind.
Together we’re building a new paradigm for this beautiful Cinematic Renaissance.
OUR 2021 ‘CINE TRIBE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL’ COMMITTEE LEADER TBC
We’ll lovingly and carefully consider your ‘cinematic work’ and once your movie is chosen for the showcase,
we’ll promote it to the very best of our capabilities.
Let’s create and distribute fantastic cinematic works for all!
Ana Lucia Alves
Ana Lucia studied architecture and computer engineering before entering the fashion world and the film industry. She was born in Brazil but lived most of her life in Europe, where she spent many years as a successful super model, working around the world at the top of her profession. She was the first Brazilian model to appear in the cover of an international magazine. While modeling, she studied dramatic arts in Paris and LA, realized a few successful documentary films and became the mother of a boy. As a producer, Ana Lucia produced/executive produced/featured in a number of TV broadcast documentaries including the award winning, ‘A Star Named Ayrton Senna’. She also produced ‘Race is in my Blood’, ‘O Samba’, ‘Hold On Peon’, ‘Skank’ and ‘Blue Planet – The Great Barrier Reef and The Coral Sea’. … more here.
Today Ana is running Cine Tribe Studios, Yoga-Maya Entertainment and the Vedic Times Organization.
Her IMDb is here.
Matthew was born in Mississippi and raised in England. He spent many years living and traveling in Europe, soaking up the culture, playing music and writing poetry. Then, with the gravitational pull of a black hole, cinema devoured him. Matthew has an insatiable passion for all aspects of film production. He produced and directed the theatrical short film, ‘A New Dawn’, directed and photographed, ‘Losing Lola’ and worked as cinematographer on the full-length feature, ‘Destiny’. He later directed three conceptual shorts from personal material in development. Matthew has worked in production sound for films such as ‘Gone to the Dogs’, ‘The Vanguard’ and ‘Ballet Shoes’ and has editing credits on ‘Calm’, ‘Losing Lola’ and ‘We’ve Got The Toaster’, among others. He studied producing with The New Producers Alliance and script development at The Script Factory. He is now further developing and producing full-length feature films for mainstream audiences, worldwide. Check out his ‘Cinema and the Psyche Podcast’ and Yoga Maya Entertainment. His IMDb is here.
Born in Britain Andrea moved to Los Angeles a decade ago. She is known for her acting and movie soundtrack work such as: Escape from Planet Earth (writer: “Shine Supernova”) Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (performer: “You Know It”) / (writer: “You Know It”). Drive Angry (writer: “Alive”. Awake (performer: “Golden Touch”, “Horizon”) / (writer: “Golden Touch”, “Horizon”). Bobby (writer: “Never Gonna Break My Faith”). She co-founded and is the creative director of ‘Conspirator Music Studio’ in LA.
Her IMDb is here.
Action Film Director/Stuntman
Brad is a native of Sun Valley, Idaho. He grew up alpine ski racing on an international level and practicing martial arts (he has his Black Belt Tae Kwon Do and is well versed in numerous other styles) as well as mastering other sporting and athletic endeavors. After graduating with a degree in Philosophy from the University of Washington, Brad made the move to Los Angeles to pursue his lifetime passion of becoming a Hollywood stuntman. Through hard work and dedication, Brad quickly became one of the top stunt professionals in the business. He has stunt doubled for some of the industry’s elite actors, including exclusive stunt double for George Clooney in movies: Batman & Robin, The Perfect Storm, Three Kings, Out of Sight, O Brother, Where Art Thou? and The Peacemaker. Along with Batman, Brad has also doubled for a several other superheroes: Chris O’Donnell in Batman Forever, Ben Affleck in Daredevil and Toby Maguire in Spider-Man 2. Since the early 2000’s Brad began focusing on stunt coordinating, action directing and action design. He is best recognized for his work designing, coordinating and directing the action units in Underworld, Underworld Evolution and Underworld Awakening… continue reading here.
Former British Film Commissioner
In January 2014 Colin took the position of General Manager at Lucas film Animation Company in Singapore. During the previous two and a half years he worked closely with clients at “Experiential” principally in the UK. Until June 2011 Colin held the post of British Film Commissioner. In this position, over a four and a half year period he made, developed and renewed contacts at the highest levels in top media companies across the world. This and other experience he has developed him into a senior International media professional with in-depth skills and top level contacts over 30 years in the global TV, Film and Commercial sectors served clients of “Experiential Consultancy”. Colin has worked as Chairman, CEO and MD in both technical and creative realms, and has often been engaged in the entrepreneurial context of startup and turn around of technical and creative subsidiaries of blue chip companies. Over time and with the changing nature of media industry my emphasis has become both strategic and global. He has also been a leader of large scale businesses in UK, Europe and the US delivering positive results in Strategic Planning, Business Development and Management Excellence. More recently Colin has used his experience and contacts in the service of the UK public Sector. During his time in the post of British Film Commissioner, a high profile public role Inward Investment into the UK from US production companies reached record levels.
Since the mid-80s, Charles Serruya has been developing a graphic work that uses Chinese shadow and cut out silhouette. Photography, film, projection and lighting are achieved in conjunction with achievements and collaborations in fashion and live performances. Charles Serruya claims a certain idea of the baroque but avoids overbidding. He assumes himself and executes simply, without minimalism. A poetry devoid of blandness emerges from his works, as if a character escaped from a vase of ancient Greece reciting verses from Prévert. A journey that transcends references without restraint takes him on the path of nomadism. Portraitist in his spare time, he improvises a traveling portrait cabinet. The subject is thus staged in situ surrounded by its real or imagined attributes. These are not official portraits, but the fantasy of the personality is manifested in light lines. The person’s traits are stretched until they become a thread; a rudimentary wire, which becomes sophisticated and whose effects multiply according to the subject: portrait, nude or fresco. A thread of joy that we follow in the tracks of its controlled complications. Charles latest cinematic work ‘Alice versus the clock’ can be watched here.
Radio Tulum Founder, Mandeep Bhatia’s latest focus is tapping into the diverse talents and passions of the people drawn to this beautiful place, Tulum; so, Radio Tulum is based on the vision that Tulum’s magic can be experienced wherever you are; but Mandeep is a poet at heart, and besides mastering a fully functioning radio station he has been a creative artist and producer/director of a wide range of creative projects, including being video architect of designed events for the likes of PDiddy. Mandeep is also a full fledged writer of self-published books, and the director of several documentaries. He has documented and conversed with artists, misfits, scientists and many other to create an archive of discussions, concerns and investigations, discussing the human condition and how he/we can participate and facilitate a change at the core levels of that condition to have a change that is lasting and not just a band aid over a bullet wound. His artistic forte are: Film & Music Producer, Documentaries, Events management, Interviewer, Marketing, Photography, Poet, Story Teller and Writer.
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