Panel Spotlight: Jabronie Pictures – “Creating a Youtube fan base and crowd sourcing a Youtube series”
Fernando Jay Huerto
Fernando has been involved in film, acting, and martial arts since high school. He started making short action films in 2000 and created Jabronie Pictures in an effort to produce short action comedy films and non-action films. Influenced by anime, Star Wars, Jackie Chan, and Kevin Smith films, Fernando has created a unique action style infused with rich characters and contemporary storytelling.
Sunny Smith is an actress, singer, writer, and director in theatre and film. Originally from Wisconsin, she found her way to California to pursue a career in the entertainment field. From there, she met Fernando Huerto in a college acting class where they became close friends and long time film partners, after being asked to play a role in his short film. She is now the co-owner of Jabronie Pictures along with Fernando, creating and starring in many of their own movies together.
Neil Aguilera is the primary camera man and assistant editor for Jabronie Pictures. He is a man of few words.
Jabronie Pictures will be presenting the following session:
“Creating a Youtube fan base and crowd sourcing a Youtube series”
San Diego’s premiere independent film group talks about homemade action films and the influences that inspired their work. Best known for their tokusatsu webseries, Battle Hero Absolute, and the action epic, Final Advent, Jabronie Pictures has gathered a unique internet following with their eccentric action comedy based style of movies.