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Leonardo Perel Film School

Working with Children in film since 2006

¿Qué es? Una organización sin fines de lucro cuyo objetivo es avanzar y promover la realización y apreciación de cine independiente como así también la creación de una nueva generación de cineastas locales y audiencias a través de un proyecto educativo contínuo. 

Nuestra misión 

ECLP su misión es apoyar y desarrollar historias originales y proyectos documentales dirigida a jóvenes del área de Baja California Sur como también al público en general local e internacional interesado en el aprendizaje del arte cinematográfico otorgado por prestigiosos profesionales, maestros, actores, productores y directores en talleres en Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.

ECLP su objetivo es educar, descubrir e inspirar a la nueva generación de cineastas e introducir este producto cinematográfico independiente a nuevas audiencias locales e internacionales a través de la participación en festivales internacionales en el mundo. 

¿Dónde es? En Teatro Marquez de León en Todos Santos, donde se realizan actividades cinematográficas, series, ciclos, mesas redondas, retrospectivas durante el Festival de Cine Todos Santos que anualmente se celebra en Todos Santos.

¿Para quién? ECLP provee oportunidad para estudiantes y artistas independientes para  explorar sus proyectos y facilitar su realización a través de talleres prácticos de realización cinematográfica dirigidos a estudiantes de todos los niveles educativos captando así alumnos urbanos y aledaños, desde nivel de primaria hasta talleres de nivel universitario. 

Escuela de Cine Leonardo Perel , (AC sin fines de lucro), está dedicada a honrar la memoria de Leonardo Perel, quien en 2006 inició una labor de profundo impacto en la comunidad todosanteña a través de su trabajo con los jóvenes y niños de la localidad a quienes inspiró su amor por el cine creando la primera generación de cineastas y actores todosanteños. 

La fundación ECLP agradece a sus patrocinadores y está abierta a donaciones y patrocinios privados y públicos.

What is it? A non-profit organization whose objective is to advance and promote the making and appreciation of independent cinema as well as the creation of a new generation of local filmmakers and audiences through an ongoing educational project.

Our mission

ECLP’s mission is to support and develop original stories and documentary projects aimed at young people from the Baja California Sur area as well as the local and international general public interested in learning the cinematographic art awarded by prestigious professionals, teachers, actors, producers and directors in workshops in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.

ECLP aims to educate, support, discover and inspire the new generation of filmmakers and introduce this independent film product to new local and international audiences through participation in international festivals around the world.

Where is? At the Marquez de León Theater in Todos Santos, where film activities, series, cycles, round tables, retrospectives are held during the Todos Santos Film Festival that is held annually in Todos Santos.

For whom? ECLP provides an opportunity for students and independent artists to explore their projects and facilitate their realization through practical filmmaking workshops aimed at students of all educational levels, thus attracting urban and surrounding students, from elementary level to university level workshops.

 ESCUELA DE CINE LEONARDO PEREL (AC non-profit), is dedicated to honoring the memory of Leonardo Perel, who in 2006 began a work of profound impact on the Todosanteña community through his work with the local youth and children whom he inspired. his love for cinema creating the first generation of filmmakers and actors from all ages.

The ECLP Foundation thanks its sponsors and is open to private and public donations and sponsorships.

Student Success Stories

Frida Dimension:

Former Student

Frida is currently realizing her dream to study cinema in France. Frida, studied visual art and photography, and from age 14, participated in many of the Escuela de Cine’s workshops and video productions. After completing High School, she received local sponsorship to attend courses at the prestigious Cinematographic Training Center (CCC) in Mexico City. She also worked professionally in Mexico City on various commercial productions. She was the main cinematographer on the Leonardo Perel Cinema School’s winning short film, The Little Prince. Her continued success in Cinema is due to the mentoring she received through the Leonardo Perel Cinema School.

FCTS rewards excellence in Spanish-language cinema and promotes independent cinema, youth film education, supports new filmmakers, the production of Mexican and local women and filmmakers by avoiding stereotypes and violence as entertainment media, and adheres to the presentation of films on social issues, gender, women in the cinema and especially the protection of our environment.

HOLLYWOOD PRESS AWARD

Sylvia Perel