Director: Ramon Ricard
United States, 2002, 7 min
Shooting Format:Super 16
Cast:Martin Sola, Rob Rodriquez, Piri Thomas
Crew:Producer: Ramon Ricard, John Kramer - Screenwriter: Ramon Ricard, Piri Thomas - Editor: Michael Weingrad - Cinematographer: Philip Martinez - Original Score: Oswaldo Maldonado - Sound: John Jackson
Sales:Ramon Ricard, New York, NY
Email:sabadofilms AT mac.com
Eddie is a Puerto Rican police officer who moonlights as a slam poet. That is until one night, when another officer, just because of the color of his skin, shoots him. Shot entirely in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and based on a poem written by world renowned Puerto Rican author Piri Thomas, the film combines spoken word with music and creative visuals to form a culturally expressive piece.
About the director
Ramón Ricard, a New York born Puerto Rican, has extensive experience in all aspects of the film industry. For the last four years, Ramón was head of production at The Family Productions, Inc., a micro-budget production company, emphasizing high production value. Recent projects include working as the line producer on the film The Gothic Line at Hit and Run Productions, Fire with D&C Productions, and supervising producer for La Muneca and The Artist (short films produced by The Family Productions). Ramón was the line producer and production manager for the Spanish digital feature length film Time's Up! produced by The Family Productions, in association with Concepto Barriga, and Sunshine Deli & Grocery, a film produced by The Family Productions in association with Step One Productions, Inc.