juan mas

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 Juan A Mas has been entrenched in the indie film world for over 25 years. He is very proud and loves to share stories of his humble beginnings on Roger Corman Studios in Venice Beach California. Coming up the ranks the old fashion way has helped him become a seasoned producer and director of television, film and theater with budgets ranging from $2000 to $20 million. He has had the opportunity to work abroad and produce in Croatia, Lithuania, Hungary, for Warner International and Hallmark as well as over the United States.

He has resided in Spokane for the last 16 years where he is actively involved with the Spokane Film, Theater, Music and Art scene through his company Purple Crayon Pictures and a conglomerate of independent film makers know as the SPOKANE FILM PROJECT which he is founding member. He also a co founder of 50 Hour Slam Film Festival, and serves on the advisory board for Spokane Falls Community College Photography/ Video department. He credits his years of experience in the trenches for his ability to bring common sense of nut and bolt producing with a mixture of creative and artistic ingenuity to all his projects and organizations that works with. He is an avid advocate for the continual growth and development of the arts especially film and theater in Washington State and the eclectic city of Spokane.

Most important he is the proud father of 3 very amazing children.

Website:

sparkspokanemedia.com

Purple Crayon Pictures

Projects:

  • Film Day in Washington Recap FILM DAY 2017 was a great success and the Spokane Area was well represented with over 50 people between the bus and self-drives. Over 280 people from all over the state gathered…
  • The Failed Experiment, A Spokane Film Project Renga Production The first ever Spokane Film Project flagship project, The Failed Experiment was based on the concept of Renga style poetry. A Collaborative Poem wth Multiple authors. Each poet creates a short series of thoughts. The next poet continues the work, only having viewed the final stanza.
    A Renga does not tell the usual story.
  • Let Me Sleep – An Art Installation by Dorianne Wotton Another fun project that Spokane Film Project collaborated on with the Laboratory Extended program! This project aired on CMTV who partnered in the creation of this project during the month of February!
  • The Bearing Project “The Bearing Project” A short film for Artist Ildiko’ Kalapacs and the Non-Profit Organization “The Bearing Project.”
    Ildiko’ Kalapa’cs is raising funds to have her project created full size…
  • Synesthesia – a First Friday Art Walk Experience As part of Spokane’s First Friday event, artist Alan Chatham created an event that blended music, movement, food, and drinks together for a one of a kind evening.
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