SAFE HAVEN SHORT (2017)
2018 SUNDANCE IGNITE WINNER!
Director: Amri Rigby
Producers: Carol Antoinette & Downbeat Ent.
Executive producer: Gabriela Ortega
Starring: Gabriela Ortega
Based on a true story, Safe Haven is a short film about a high school senior, Amélia Pallomino, struggling with depression who fights to attend college in order to break out of her family’s cycle of immobility, but risks defying her mother in the process.
SAFE HAVEN - Dominican Republic Media
CHERRY SODA (2016)
OFFICIAL SELECTION CINEARTE FILM FESTIVAL 2017
OFFICIAL SELECTION DON THOMPSON LGBTQ FESTIVAL 2017
A comedic short film about two lesbians who make the female version of Grindr in the hopes for love
Gabriela Ortega & Sherry Cola
2016 Jeffrey Jones Scholarship for Excellence in Writing
Target. Point. Shoot. The steps to shooting a photograph — or a gun. Should taking a person's life be as easy as taking their photograph?
Director: Ariel Sobel
DENTRO DE LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA (2015)
NOMINATED: BEST SHORT 2015 IMAGEN AWARDS
Originally used for the 2015 stage production of Lorca'sThe House of Bernarda Alba, this short film tell's the story of the women in the play through intimate moments. Gabriela play's Magdalena, the sister that had the strongest connection to their late father.
Directed by Denise Blasor
Produced by Denise Blasor & Mario Rodriguez
Cinematography & Editing by Mario Rodriguez
Original Music by Roberto Araña
LA RESACA (2017)
A fun sketch about those not-so-fun hangovers
Written/Starring/Edited by Gabriela Ortega
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LOVESICK by Teatro Luna (2017-Present)
LOVESICK is ensemble-devised performance tackling the current spectrum of violence inflicted on our bodies and the policing of our spirits. Rage, laugh, cry, and then wake the hell up inside these 70 minutes of heightened theatrical adventure filled with original music, movement, and story. We fully intend to mourn, resist, and both decry and celebrate the complexities of our American lives today
LOVESICK is currently in pre-production for an multi-city development tour and a world-premier in L.A in the Spring of 2018. The first version was presented at the Destinos Festival @ The Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago
Directed by Alex Meda
Set Design by Fernando Parra