|Cast: ||Jeremy Ray Valdez, Jesus Ochoa, Angela Lin, Carlo Alban, Lauren Augarten, Al Thompson|
|Crew: ||Producer: Daniel Maldonado, Darren Dean, Ingrid Matias, Vanessa Verduga
- Screenplay: Daniel Maldonado, Hector Carosso
- Cinematography: Borynana Alexandrova, Shawn Bell
- Editing: Francisco Diaz, Hector Maldonado
- Music: Mike Vernusky, Sebastian Kauderer
- Sound: Suz Dyer, Mike Vernusky, Vinit Parmar|
H.O.M.E. is a meditation on urban communication that weaves two stories together, both inspired by a true events in New York City. Part 1 is a lyrical tone poem concerning a missing young man with Asperger’s Syndrome who wanders through the labyrinth-like subways, somehow unnoticed. Part 2 follows a gambling Ecuadorian livery driver who offers a ride to a stranded Chinese woman desperate to get home to her sick child. H.O.M.E. explores alienation & meaningful encounters through the lens of a “disconnected” city in constant motion.
Daniel Maldonado is an award winning filmmaker who through the early exploration of identity,found his reality through the lenses of contrast. Since then he's found success in the many genres he's crossed.
Since graduating from the School Of Visual Arts, Daniel wrote/produced and directed many diversified short films which have been written up in the NEW YORK TIMES, broadcast on television and exhibited in film festivals such as SLAMDANCE, HBO/NY LATINO INTERNATIONAL. and around the world.
His current & first feature film, H.O.M.E. , was produced by Darren Dean (TANGERINE) and stars Imagen Award winner, Jeremy Ray Valdez (LA MISSION) , Mexican Ariel Award winner, Jesus Ochoa (SANGRE DE MI SANGRE) & Broadway's emerging, Angela Lin (CHINGLISH)
H.O.M.E. was inspired by a collection of stories based on actual events.