716 E. Guenther, Apt. C.
San Antonio, TX 78210
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www.rebosse.com • www.vimeo.com/user3057239
For ten years I have been shooting and editing various film projects: narratives (one feature and over a dozen shorts), documentaries, and experimental works. I have won awards in various festivals across the state. My films have screened at many theaters and galleries in San Antonio: the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, SAMA, Centro Cultural Aztlan, the Cameo, the Carver, Jump-Start, the Instituto Cultural de México, etc. I have also produced several film festivals in San Antonio, such as the Josiah Youth Media Festival and the San Antonio 48 Hour Film Project.
2003 BA in English Literature University of Texas Arlington
Intensive study of film production and editing under Andy Anderson and Robert Castaldo.
Thesis short film on 16mm: Mr. Ponygraph.
1987 Undergraduate Studies Southern Methodist University
Strong emphasis on Art History.
1986 Undergraduate Studies University of Sussex
Focused study on English literature.
Present Freelance Video Production San Antonio, TX
I script, shoot, edit, and record audio.
1997 - 2004 Aldredge Book Store Dallas, TX
I ran the day-to-day operations of a family-run antiquarian book shop.
Proficient on most NLE systems, audio editing software, and assorted scheduling, budgeting, and screenwriting programs.
I have shot with a wide range of film and digital video cameras; and I have run audio on Nagra, DAT, and various solid state devices.
Current and On-Going Projects
A good deal of my work currently involves providing original video designs for several central Texas theater and dance companies. I am DP on two television shows currently in production, one to be aired on the CW network, the other on PBS. During 2011 and 2012 I have created half a dozen large scale multi-channel site-specific video installations and live cinema presentations. I worked with artist George Cisneros on his grand opening presentation for the 2012 AFTA (Americans for the Arts) convention, "So Now That You Know" -- I provided the four-channel video component.
Proyecto Locos is an on-going project involving me and two other San Antonio artists (Deborah Keller-Rihn and Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez). In 2006 we produced the documentary "Dia de los Locos," which we shot in San Miguel. It screened at the Centro Cultural Aztlan, the San Antonio Museum of Art, and CineFestival. The documentary was partially funded through the San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs. In 2010 Proyecto Locos produced an art event at Woodlawn Lake, Noche de Recuerdos, which has become an annual celebration.
Proyectos en Movimiento is a collective of dancers, musicians, and media artists founded by choreographer Seme Jatib. Since 2009 I have been collaborating on productions, providing both video as well as live cinema projections. In the short time I have been working with this group we have performed at Luminaria, Jump-Start Performance Company, the Instituto Cultural de Mexico, and the Carver Community Cultural Center. Proyectos en Movimiento is in the process of securing non-profit status.
Vice President of the San Antonio chapter of NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers). Steering Committee member Luminaria Arts Night in San Antonio (2009-2013). Peer Review Panel for the San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs (2011, 2012). Company member of Jump-Start Performance Company.
References Available Upon Request