“The Familia” at the New York International Film/Video Festival
Thursday’s closing…July 26 at 8pm $12
181 Second avenue 12 Th street..New York City
The Familia a Latin Mob short
Directed by Juan Shamsul Alam and Emilio Rosa
Written by Emilio Rosa and Juan Shamsul Alam
Synopsis: Don Pedro moves up in ranks in the Latino mob,
One obstacle in his way the head of the Italian mob
Don Paladino and his family…
Starring Emilio Rosa, Santo Alam, Sal Serrazia, Angelino Rodriguez,Noel Torres,
Angel Caban, Bartolo Raffriele, Eddie Rivera, Aniba Llears and Hilda Garay
Fuego a play by playwright Juan Shamsul Alam will be presented along with EXTREMES at LA TEA theatre…..
Fuego is the story of a family trying to put all the loose ends together by dealing with a son who is Bipolar and radical.
EXTREMES, is the story of a married couple who after so many years together live a contrast life.. Alam is a brilliant playwright who always delivers the massage and you leave the theater entertained..
Said the News…..
Ana Reynoso a rising Star from Santo Domingo is Fantastic in both plays And so is Angel Caban, Boricua actor in the roles of Fuego and Fred in Extremes…
Look out for Juan Shamsul’s Alam’s films on Youtube.com once upon a time en el barrio, The Familia and The Sunshines on the other side of the street with Tito Puente Jr, Santo Alam and Cris Rosa
New York Screenings
Village East Cinemas
181 2nd Ave at 12th St.
New York City
You can order tickets ($12.00) at nyfilmvideo.com.
This Brother has two films in this festival.
“Once Upon a Time En El Barrio” (37 minutes)
Saturday, July 21 @ 4:00 pm
Director and Writer Juan Shamsul Alam
The story revolves around Lolita Lebron, A Nationalist Puerto Rican who with five men went to Washington DC. And shot up the house of congress in March of 1954.
Actors: Angel Caban, Ana Reynos and Emilio Rosa.
Co-Stars: Anibal O’lleras, Angel Ramirez Jr., Santo Alam, Dania Brache, Eddie Rivera and Angelino Rodriguez
“Purple Paradise” (78 minutes)
Tuesday, July 24 @ 4:00 pm.
Writer Juan Shamsul Alam/R. Bobby Persad
A Man escapes from Prison and ends up in a bar with strange characters. Out of Hell.
Starring Ron Randle, R. Bobby Persad, Carolyn Demares and Santo Alam as Poncho.
We urge the community to come out and support these films. Palante Juan Shamsul !!!!!