Short Film: L.A. RISES, 11min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Oliver Preciado Ponce
A documentary about the George Floyd uprising in Los Angeles in 2020.

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Director Biography – Oliver Preciado Ponce

Oliver Preciado Ponce is a Cinematographer, Photographer, and Director from Los Angeles, California and has worked his way up the industry for over 20 years. Oli has worked on films and television shows such as: Constantine, Dark Knight Returns, Ghost Whisperer, and Code Black. Oli also has worked in the visual effects department in films such as Interstellar and the soon to be released Matrix 4. He also created a special 360 video for CBS’s Code Black. Oli’s photography has been shown in various art galleries and fashion shows around Los Angeles and has had sponsorships with the likes of Chevy and Monster. Since 2016 Oli has Art Directed the New Year’s Eve Roaring Twenties Event at Los Angeles’ iconic Union Station with over 2000 in nightly attendance. Oliver has owned and operated Olivonstudios since 2016. Olivonstudios directs, produces, and shoots music videos, commercials, shorts, feature films as well as corporate videos. He has worked with clients with the likes of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles Music Center, NowArt LA, and Alliance Charter Schools. Oliver just finished Camera Operating this past season on CBS Home Economics. Oli is currently working on the following projects: directing and shooting the short film Pandemic Girl slated 2022 release and Camera Operating for the last season of NBCs This Is Us.

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