Octavio Warnock-Graham is an award winning producer, director and cinematographer. He works with a variety of clients including CUNY TV, Twelve Publishing, Simon and Schuster and Grand Central Press. Previous to producing and directing, he worked for over 10 years as a lighting technician and gaffer. His experience includes, Yo! MTV Raps, the Howard Stern Show, The Apprentice, the 2004 Olympics, the Ru Paul Show as well as many other major network programs . In the fall of 2004, he returned to school to pursue an MFA degree in documentary writing and producing. His most recent film, “Silences” won best documentary in national film festivals including the San Francisco Black Film Festival. The film has aired on BET and Al Jazeera English and is currently distributed by the company New Day Films.
Carmen Vidal is a writer, director and cinematographer from Spain whose work has been exhibited and recognized in numerous international film festivals. Her short film “6 a.m.” received a Student Academy Award in 2006 and aired on the prestigious European TV station ARTEAs a cinematographer, Carmen has shot several documentaries, including “Silences” (Dir. Octavio Warnock-Graham, 2006, winner of 3 College Emmy Awards), “U.N. Fever” (Dir. Andrea Weiss, 2007), “Sloan at 75” (Dir. Lisa Beth Kovetz), winner of a Communicator Award in 2011, and “Fighting Kites” (Dir. Yolanda Pividal, 2012). Carmen works as a producer/editor for the TV show “Nueva York” (CUNY TV), recipient of eight New York Emmys, including the NY Emmy for Best Cultural Magazine in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Film Editor for Silences Film