Here at Esperanza Productions we LOVE costume designer, Janie Bryant. After studying fashion design, moving to Paris and then New York to work in design, she moved to Los Angeles to follow her passion of pursuing her career as a Hollywood Costume Designer. We look up to Janie as a role model of success and passion! She empowers women and makes us here at Esperanza excited to move forward and pursue our dreams! She is our weekly example for Flash Forward Fridays!
“Esperanza is in active development and production on multiple projects and has recently partnered with Scott Mednick Productions (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Delivery Man, 300) on several film and television projects, including an original television series from Monet and, writing partner, Margaux Froley.”
We’re very excited to announce this partnership and the projects to come!
“Devil May Call is terrifying and will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Tyler Mane is the perfect villain once again.”
You won’t see him coming when the Devil May Call arrives on Digital HD and On Demand February 24th and on DVD (plus Digital) March 10th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Director Jason Cuadrado let us know that Grindstone Entertainment has picked up all North American rights to DEVIL MAY CALL, with release set for 2015 via Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
The horror-thriller Devil May Call is the first of two modestly budgeted movies being produced by Esperanza Productions and Angel Bear Productions, as both companies target an expansion in the American domestic market.
To celebrate LGBT History Month AT&T is hoping to help change the way people think about love with their new campaign — Love is Changing History.
Actresses Camillia Monet and Cerris Morgan-Moyer on ActorsE Chat
Love or Whatever first premiered at the Philadelphia QFest. Since then the Rosser Goodman-directed gay romantic comedy has been busy working the festival circuit.