Panel: Breaking Into Hollywood

Panel: Breaking Into Hollywood

  • Location:305 Ten Eyck Street Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Venue:Chemistry Creative
  • Length:03:00 pm – 04:00 pm
Join us for a panel discussion on the topic of ‘Breaking Into Hollywod.’
Arturo Castro (‘Bushwick’, ‘Broad City’ & Netflix’s ‘Narcos’)
Tamara P. Carter (HBO’s ‘The Leftovers’)
Miles Orion Feldsott (ABC’s ‘American KOKO’)
Will Rowbotham (3 Arts Entertainment) 
ARTURO CASTRO is a Guatemalan actor best known for his portrayal of James “Jaime” Castro on the Comedy Central series Broad City, and David Rodriguez on the Netflix series Narcos.
TAMARA P. CARTER was born into a family of artists and musicians, and spent her childhood years sandwiched between a tough East Brooklyn neighborhood and New York’s bohemian West Village – in the music, fashion and contemporary art worlds. In 2013, Tamara graduated with an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA’s School of Film and Television and landed a position as a staff writer on ABC FAMILY’S – THE FOSTERS. She was one of seven writers accepted into the ABC Television Writing Fellowship in 2014, has written drama series for ABC, FREEFORM and most recently HBOs acclaimed drama THE LEFTOVERS. Tamara is a lifetime contributor to the global music and lifestyle publication, Wax Poetics and has recently completed production on her debut short series, THE PARIS PROJECT. She resides in Brooklyn.
MILES ORION FELDSOTT is a screenwriter, producer and director who has sold a number of television shows and films. Currently, he’s producing the pilot, DEADLY CLASS, based on the graphic novel by Rick Remender, alongside the Russo brothers, for the SyFy network. And co-producing his film, BEATS, at NETFLIX. He also just completed a film for John Legend’s production company, Get Lifted.
Miles is also an executive producer and actor in the Viola Davis produced digital series, American KoKo, currently on ABC.COM. Miles is a graduate of NYU. He is represented by CAA and Principato Young Entertainment. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, writer/actress Diarra Kilpatrick.
WILL ROWBOTHAM is a Manager and Producer at 3 Arts Entertainment. He previously held positions in both New York and Los Angeles at the Endeavor Agency, Scott Rudin Productions, Protozoa Pictures and Dimension Films.
Ramfis Myrthil 

Ramfis Myrthil is a New York-based filmmaker who loves telling New York stories. He works to produce narrative features that reflect the best, most captivating parts of his community – passion, integrity, and honor.

A founding partner and co-President of Beast of the East Productions (BOTEP), the highlights of Ramfis’ career are ever-growing. The premiere of his film, “The Broken Ones,” sold out the opening night of SOHO 2017 and is in negotiations to sell. Most recently, Ramfis wrapped in L.A. on “A Boy, A Girl, and A Dream,” and is currently in production on his next film, “D’Evils.”

His previous film, “Good Business,” featured Academy Award winner Mercedes Ruehl, winning two Best Comedy awards before being picked up by Shorts International.

Ramfis’ proudest achievements are producing The Zombie’s first-ever music video “Any Other Way,” and premiering “Love and The Small Print,” at Cannes, where Shorts International pick it up for worldwide distribution.

Ramfis’ company BOTEP went on to produce “Bridge and Tunnel,” which played at over 40 film festivals, earning a dozen awards and over thirty nominations. It would continue on to a limited theatrical run before being picked up by Amazon.

In 2013, Ramfis produced the Hurricane Sandy documentary “Powerless,” as part of a campaign for hurricane relief in Long Beach NY. The city awarded it a special Proclamation.

Ramfis’ passion for film is matched by his passion to giving back to the community. He does this through participation with non-profits Mythic Bridge, the I Can Still Do That Foundation, and Blacks on Wall Street.

Ramfis is also member of BAFTA NY, The Friars Club, Toastmasters International, and the advisory board of the Long Island Film/TV Foundation.

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