Bryan Ramirez is an award winning filmmaker from San Antonio, Texas. Upon graduating honors with a degree in Motion Picture Production from Full Sail Film School in Orlando, Florida, he relocated to Austin, Texas where he edited the Documentary “Los Lonely Boy's: Cotton Fields and Crossroads”, while moonlighting at many other post houses.
In 2005, Bryan moved back to San Antonio to pursue a career in producing and directing promotional pieces for an ABC affiliate. This lead him to produce a former reality tv personality, in an Infomercial that would lead them to establishing a multi-hundred-million-dollar Inc. 500 enterprise.
In 2010, Bryan wrote, produced, and directed his first feature film “Line of Duty fka Mission Park” (Lionsgate) lasting 4 weeks in AMC Theaters across the U.S., acquiring national distribution through Lionsgate.
Successfully executing “Line of Duty” (Lionsgate) as his first feature film, he partnered to direct “Sanitarium” (Image) as his second. Bryan followed suit by Executive Producing “Entertainment” (Magnolia Pictures) which premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2015, continuing on to a nation wide theatrical roll out, making his mark as one of this generation of notable filmmakers.
Amanda Ramirez and Bryan met in 2001 while attending college, where at the time she was a Biology major preparing for Med School.
With Amanda's background in music as a Mariachi singer it was no surprise that she would embrace the Film Industry and everything Cinema. She quickly learned Film Production and started as Set PA for American Idol to go on to Producing two Features "Mission Park" AKA "Line Of Duty" and "Sanitarium".
In 2014 she was recruited to come on as Field Producer for "Texas Trocas" on Discovery in Espanol. And, she continues to produce countless Music Videos, Commercials, and EPKs.
Although Production at times pulls them away from their Hometown San Antonio, Tx where they currently reside. Bryan and Amanda are very excited about the growth of the city and the Film Community that is gearing up to change Cinema in South Texas.