The video production brainchild of David Diaz (and a group of talented collaborators), an emerging talent working hard to bring audiences compelling socially mindful short films for the adult set, and YA/Middle Grade features for the younger set. When you see David’s work you will be entertained, get smarter, and talk about what you have seen.

SHORT FILMS slated for 2021/2022 is: “Hey,” “The Cleaning Lady,” and “41 SHOTS“.

His Disney-esque FEATURE “Pedro and The Cockatoo,” for the YA/Middle Grade demographic, is slated to be shot in late 2023.

FUNDRAISING for 41 SHOTS continues. This riveting short film is sponsored by THE NEW YORK FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS (NYFA). It was also chosen by Carole Dean’s From The Heart Productions HOT FILMS in the making. Please help if you can.

41 SHOTS is about three white supremacists who set out to rob a Mexican owned store only to discover a young African American man is in the store. Things go awry when a white officer answers the police call.

To make a TAX DEDUCTIBLE contribution CUT AND PASTE the link (below) to be directed to NYFA’s web siteORCLICK SUPPORT in the top-right-hand corner of this page.



David has worn several hats above + below-the-line. His short films have won several awards — and two of his feature screenplays were semi-finalists in The Page and Creative World screenwriting contests. David is a life-long student of Behavioral Psychology and Communications. Early on he was courted by college recruiters for his skill to pitch a baseball, but nowadays divides his time between filmmaking, writing, producing, and pitching screenplays instead.


THE GIFT (2019) Winner of the AWARD OF MERIT by the BEST SHORTS COMPETITION (2020) and a SPECIAL MENTION AWARD by the LONDON X4 FILM FESTIVAL (2020). Logline: A parochial school teacher is forced to question her beliefs when she catches her student sketching an image of her deceased twin sister. The film is dedicated to all the little acorns (children) in the world.

LIE TO ME (2018) Received an HONORABLE MENTION LONDON X4 FILM FESTIVAL (2020) and was selected by the NEW YORK LIFT-OFF FILM FESTIVAL (2020) as well as THE EAST VILLAGE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL (2020). One film industry aficionado wrote, “Lie To Me is a beautiful, artful, cinematic creation.” Logline: An unlikely friendship between a small town gay hustler and a war veteran on the verge of committing suicide after realizing he has followed all the rules, but has little to show for it. (Sadly, veteran suicides are up by 22% in recent years).

BEHIND THE BURKA (2016) Awarded the SOCIAL IMPACT AWARD and CREATIVITY AWARD by A Show for a Change (2017). Logline: A chance encounter in a dentist office that leads to an opportunity for a Muslim grandmother to defy her son’s traditional ways by allowing her grandson to befriend the TSA agent who had processed and approved her U.S. entry documents. Distributed by: http://www.ashowforachange.com/

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