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Signed up November 6, 2015

INDIVISION2000 Productions has created award-winning, engaging and empowering educational media projects and events for the community for over 20 years.

Teamed with Listo America (501c3), we celebrated "Latinas In Hollywood: Our Stories" Educational Conference (for 100 HS/College Students) during Hispanic Heritage Month at CBS Studios. The inaugral event was held in 2015 at L.A. City Hall - Bradley Tower w/East Los High panels & the first "21st C. Hollywood Heroine" Recognition Awards from the Mayor's office going out to Jessica Alba, Cristela Alonso, America Ferrera, Eva Longoria & Giselle Fernandez. As well, we helped fundraise for "Power Up! We Are The Future" for Girls w/AltaMed honoring Eve Branson (w/Richard Branson), First Lady Michelle Obama, Janelle Monae, Julie Ann Crommett (Google) at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

CREO.8 - This year's digital media Sci-Fi Series (cast/crewed w/40+ Latinas) features a S.T.E.A.M. heroine team protecting Downtown Los Angeles 2020 against Shadow Invaders, led by award-winning writer, director, producer, Cheryl Quintana Leader (UCLA).

CREO.8 takes place in the dark underworld of elite Hispennials (Hispanic Millenials) nesting in Aventine Hill (Los Angeles 2020) where the CREO.8 Agency trains its best Latina XX Agents (of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Mexican, Filipina, Argentinian, etc. descent) with S.T.E.A.M. skills in a futuristic realm to identify and eliminate Shadow Invaders and their impending destructive actions upon Mother Earth. Crewed/cast with over 40 diverse women, the series seeks to inspire women toward exploring careers in the tech and art fields (S.T.E.A.M.), much like the CSI series had popularly encouraged women to seek those paths.

As part of Panavision's "New Filmmaker's Program," with donations of an Arri-Alexa XT camera package ($100k+), locations from L.A. Center Studios, The Relativity School and assistance from the L.A. City Mayor's Film Permit office, CREO.8 is proud to have teamed with Listo America, a non-profit educating youth toward pursuits of S.T.E.M.-related careers funded by Intel.

CREO.8 was initially part of a directive as the first original Latina programming content to be distributed to over 59 million viewers, with coverage reaching 90% of the Hispennial market via a multi-platform, 44+ over-the-air stations, as part of IPTV on Roku and XBox, Mobile through Apps and On-Line media.

INDIVISION2000 Productions is best known for previous award-winning projects such as "Tanto Tiempo," a noted 35mm short film, as part of Panavision's "New Filmmaker's Program" (first of two Latinas ever chosen in the 10 year history of its program) via Universal Television's Hispanic Film Project. "Tanto Tiempo" went on to be the first ever aired Hispanic Heritage Month television special, "An American Experience," (by/about/for Latina/os in the U.S. via 85% of the syndicated market) featuring Edward James Olmos ("Stand & Deliver," "American Me"), Seidy Lopez ("Training Day," "Selena," "Mi Familia," "Mi Vida Loca") and Amanda Avila ("American Idol" Top 15) - sponsored by AT&T, Kodak & Very Special Arts, a Top 100 Producer nod, 5 time National Award-winner, and as an inductee into MOMA/NY's "Xicano Retrospective" Archives. Also on the list of positively impacting short docs is "The Purepecha: Poorest of the Poor," cited by First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey which found its airing debut on TimeWarner Cable, as well as having been an integral factor in getting 50 new homes built for our migrant farm-working families in the Coachella Valley.