About - Me También

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Me También

Me También is a short narrative film written and directed by Valeria Vallejos about sexual harassment in the workplace and female empowerment. 

Filming Fall 2018 and coming to festivals in 2019. 

CREATIVE TEAM

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Writer / Director
Valeria Vallejos

Valeria Vallejos is an Argentinian-French actress of Spanish decent, born and raised in Patagonia Argentina. She left Patagonia for Paris, France at the age of 17 to pursue her career in the arts. After brief study in Paris, Valeria went on to travel the world extensively continuing her education in the arts, mastering 3 languages and collecting an MBA along the way. Valeria has appeared in the films Concussion(2015), Live By Night(2016), landed the lead role of Camilla in the critically acclaimed short The Impossible Joy and will be featured as Angel in the upcoming indy film Lost Fare. Currently and permanently based in Los Angeles, she is an up and coming Latin tour de force.

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Producer
Jackie Carr

Jackie grew up in rural New Hampshire and attended film school at Emerson College in Boston. She snagged her first film job on Ben Affleck's film The Town (2010). Moving to Los Angeles she worked at Warner Bros. Studios for a year assisting in the oversight of films such as Argo (2012) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011). She moved on to GK Films where she assisted in the development  of Jersey Boys (2014) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). Since then she has worked closely with producer David Crockett on films such as The Gambler (2014), Concussion  (2015), A Cure For Wellness (2016) and the upcoming Rupert Wyatt sci-fi film CAPTIVE STATE due out spring 2017. She’s currently in development on several projects notably UNSTOPPABLE: The Anthony Robles Story, an inspirational indie sports film due to commence filming in 2019.

Editor
Brett Reed
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With almost two decades of experience in the film industry, Brett Reed has worked on an impressive list of acclaimed films including Gone Baby Gone (2007), Argo (2012), Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Unbroken (2014), Concussion (2015), Live By Night (2016), and Detroit (2017). He's most recently edited the upcoming feature Driven, starring Lee Pace and Jason Sudeikis, about John DeLorean, the inventor of the infamous DeLorean sports car. As well as Georgetown, the directorial debut for actor Christoph Waltz.  

CREATIVE TEAM

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Writer / Director
Valeria Vallejos

Valeria Vallejos is an Argentinian-French actress of Spanish decent, born and raised in Patagonia Argentina. She left Patagonia for Paris, France at the age of 17 to pursue her career in the arts. After brief study in Paris, Valeria went on to travel the world extensively continuing her education in the arts, mastering 3 languages and collecting an MBA along the way. Valeria has appeared in the films Concussion(2015), Live By Night(2016), landed the lead role of Camilla in the critically acclaimed short The Impossible Joy and will be featured as Angel in the upcoming indy film Lost Fare. Currently and permanently based in Los Angeles, she is an up and coming Latin tour de force.

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Producer
Nabil Elderkin

Nabil Elderkin is an American photographer, music video and film director of mixed American and Iranian origin. Born in Chicago and raised in Australia, he is now based in Los Angeles, California

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Producer
Jackie Carr

Jackie grew up in rural New Hampshire and attended film school at Emerson College in Boston. She snagged her first film job on Ben Affleck's film The Town (2010). Moving to Los Angeles she worked at Warner Bros. Studios assisting in the oversight of films such as Argo (2012) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011). At GK Films she assisted in the development of Jersey Boys (2014) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). Since then she has worked closely with producer David Crockett on films such as The Gambler (2014), Concussion  (2015), A Cure For Wellness (2016) and the upcoming Rupert Wyatt sci-fi film CAPTIVE STATE due out spring 2017. She’s currently in development on several projects notably UNSTOPPABLE: The Anthony Robles Story, an inspirational indie sports film due to commence filming in 2019.

Cinematographer
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Jorel O'Dell

Jorel began his life in entertainment at 12 years old playing with light with Minolta Camera with a Macro Tamaron Zoom that his father bought him. He has since worked as an actor and musician all over the world, but returned to America in 2011, and since then has worked as a cinematographer on an eclectic mix of narrative features, short films, music videos, live concert films, music education videos, promos, and web content. His life as a musician has greatly informed his sense of timing within the framework of composition, movement, and narrative and his life as an actor, excavating language, and motive has tattooed the performers view into all of his work. His absolute objective as a collaborator is to create variety, and a "newness" of looks that help a diverse set of directors and producers tell their stories, and for actors, or musicians to promote their art.

Editor
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Brett Reed

With almost two decades of experience in the film industry, Brett Reed has worked on an impressive list of acclaimed films including Gone Baby Gone (2007), Argo (2012), Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Unbroken (2014), Concussion (2015), Live By Night (2016), and Detroit (2017). He's most recently edited the upcoming feature Driven, starring Lee Pace and Jason Sudeikis, about John DeLorean, the inventor of the infamous DeLorean sports car. As well as Georgetown, the directorial debut for actor Christoph Waltz.