Anthony E. Cabral

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About Me

St. Louis, MO
United States
Member Since: January 30, 2007
My Bio
Mr. Cabral graduated from Southwest Missouri State University, now Missouri State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Media: Film Studies and Production. During college, he worked on local access cable television programming in St. Louis, nationally syndicated 'Real tories of the Highway Patrol', the feature film 'Park Day', regional and national commercials, and several short films for Southwest Missouri State. Mr. Cabral also participated in the university's first Film Production Workshop. The Workshop's film 'Double Bullseye' was a finalist for a Telly Award. He volunteered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, attended the Sundance Independent Producers' Conference, and managed the historic Egyptian Theater at the 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 Sundance Film Festivals. He worked as a production technician and the commercial photographer at KSPR TV - Springfield 33. Since moving back to St. Louis he has worked on several short films including 'Kick', and was the photographer for the 2002 and videographer for the 2003 St. Louis International Film Festival. In 2004, Mr. Cabral was a producer and in charge of the shoot for the 'Settle the Score 2004' breakdancing DVD. In 2005, he produced a live performance music video for St. Louis artist Arty J. He has assisted Matt Krentz and MSK Productions with the trailer for Streetballers, an upcoming feature they plan to produce, as well as a music video for the St. Louis group Varcity. Under his production company, ACE Films, Mr. Cabral has produced several short films, including 'A Fire Set on Fire' which won best directing for the 2005 48-Hour Film Project - St. Louis. He produced, directed and shot his first Feature Film, 'Spiral' at the end of Summer 2005, and has since shot a new shot film, which is currently being edited.
Why are you supporting The 1 Second Film project?
I believe in what you are doing. It is a completely new approach to a film from both the film itself and the financing. It is revolutionary and no one could ever copy what you have done.

Anthony Cabral's Perfect Moment

If you had to choose a 'perfect moment' from your life to make into a one-second film, what would it be?

Probably the excitement and fear I felt as my first film screened.

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