Program #4 Saturday 9-29 6:00 p.m.
Dance Before Sunset
Writer: Patricia DiSalvo Viayra
Director: Patricia DiSalvo Viayra
Producer: Patricia DiSalvo Viayra
Executive Producer: R. Michael Viayra, JR
Cinematographer: Dave Desio
Editor: Moriah Burton
Production Designer: Patricia DiSalvo
A crippled, dying, homeless woman is seduced by Death and given a chance to be young again.
Web Site: www.dancebeforesunset.com
Actress Cosima Kinsey -Cosima Kinsey is a British Actress born in London. The eldest of three children she has spent her life living between Switzerland and England.She is currently residing in Los Angeles where she has studied for 2 years at the renowned Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre.
One of her greatest passions is skiing in Switzerland, where she learned to ski at the age of 2.Cosima is a natural linguist, speaking fluent English and French and conversational Spanish, German and Danish.
It was at the age of 12 when she was cast as Bronia in ‘The Silver Sword’ that she discovered her love for acting. 6 years and a dozen theatrical productions later, she left school with 3 top grade A Levels in French, Drama and Art. Her mother is British Sculptor Eleanor Cardozo whom she often models for and is the muse for her latest collection.
Writer/Director/Producer- Patricia DiSalvo Viayra co-founded the 4th Annual Lady Filmmakers Film Festival with husband Mike Viayra. Patricia's creative background is in dance, theater, musical theater and received a BA in Theater from George Mason University. When Patricia isn't busy producing the festival she is writing, producing, directing short films. She is currently writing her 3rd Feature Script and has just optioned the feature version of last year's script contest winner. She plans to produce and direct these two feature films. She is slated to direct her first music video for a new local band in which the composer, Aidean Abounessari, of "Dance Before Sunset" is the Bassist/Producer of the band.
Cinematographer - David Desio is a local cinematographer in the Los Angeles area. He got his start in Florida when, right after graduating from the University of Central Florida with a film degree; he was hired by a small creative agency to be their in-house cinematographer. There he shot numerous commercials and documentaries, some of which won regional awards.
Seeking to work more on narrative projects, David left Florida with the encouragement of his wife and came to Southern California. He has been here for a little over a year and is working hard to establish himself among some of the world’s best talent in the filmmaking world. When not on set, David is an avid surfer and new student of oil painting. He also enjoys writing and usually has at least 2 stories working at any time. His favorite genre is horror and he credits Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre as the film which really made him want to be a filmmaker.