|I AM JULIA|
|Cast: ||Leidi Salazar, Carolina Ravasa, Doua Moua, Tationa Boisier, Marisol Carrere|
|Crew: ||Producers: Marisol Carrere - Screenwriters: Marisol Carrere - Cinematographer: Tim Naylor - Editor: Jill Barnes -
Julia, a 16 year old Colombian immigrant, recently matriculated into the inner city public high school system, finds herself as a fish out of water. With her sister as her only friend, Julia must fend of bullies and a language problem that creates barriers. Wishing to be back in her home country, she bemoans her situation with her sister during lunch hours. After an incident involving the bullies, a young student named Noah befriends her. She begins to open up with him. A lighter and softer side to Julia emerges, although the threats continue, Julia is embolden in the process of time. A melee takes place in the school hallway causing one of the bullies to brush past Julia just as she walks up a staircase to one of her classes. The incident causes both of their lives to take different directions.
David Capurso is a seasoned actor director with a strong visual style, which is reflected in his critically acclaimed short films, music videos, and commercials. His latest short film the sci-fi Against The Wall received two Maverick Movie Award nominations and a four and a half star review by FilmThreat. It is licensed now by G4/NBC Universal and distributed by IndieRights and GoDigital on Netflix, Amazon and itunes. His short Psychobabble premièred at the Big Apple Film Festival in 2010 and it's now distributed by IndieRights. His other short films include Das Boots (in competition at the Big Apple Film Festival 2010). His student short film, Emily's Song was proclaimed in IndieWire as "one of the best short films" in the short film compilation distributed by CineBLAST! Volume 3 by producer Gill Holland. Although an art-house style film, the short catapulted him to the music video and television commercial market. David has directed commercials for top clients such as Bacardi Rum, Lipton Soup -Unilever, The Clorox Company, HBO Latino, and radio commercials for Tommy Hilfiger. He has had numerous Top-10 music videos on MTV International for Universal Records, Sony Music, Warner Brothers and Palm Pictures, one of which was nominated for a Billboard Award for Best Music Video. David co-produced the Indie features King Returns (in Co-production with Spain) and Stanley Cuba (distributed by York Entertainment). Capurso has directed short films such as Mulholland Ceremonies (shot in Los Angeles), Plumb (starring Duncan Sheik of Melrose Place, and multi Tony Award winner for Spring Awakening. David has also directed live television concerts for the New York City Central Park Summer Stage Series. Currently David is in post production on a feature documentary based on the obscure Jazz vocal scene in New York City.