Short Film - Bibi
After receiving the unexpected news of his father Ernesto’s death, Ben Solis is forced to return to the Texas countryside he used to call home. On his way there, he discovers a stack of old letters from correspondence he shared with his dad. The memories triggered by these letters are both good and bad. They help explain the chasm between them, a chasm created after Ben comes out to Ernesto. Just when he’s lost all hope of finding closure, Ben finds one last letter left by his dad. The mysterious letter explains why his father became distant. He also offers a powerful way of making amends as long as Ben is willing to forgive.
Victor M. Dueñas
Victor M. Dueñas is a Mexican-American writer and director based in Los Angeles. He attended Pomona College where he studied media and acting. Upon graduation, he wrote, produced, and directed several short films including "Teach Me Tiger". A few years later, he entered the educational world working as an elementary school teacher. After teaching for almost a decade, Victor had the great fortune of joining the writing team of the Emmy-nominated series "East Los High" as a Development Assistant. He used his experience as an educator to entertain audiences while giving authenticity to the show's storylines. Victor has been part of GLAAD's screenwriting program, a fellow of the National Hispanic Media Coalition's TV Writers Program sponsored by ABC and NBC, and won a highly-coveted spot in Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's inaugural Imagine Impact Program. In 2019, he was selected as a Disney ABC Writing Program Finalist.