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Richard Diaz (II)


Richard has been working in independent films for almost ten years now learning every aspect of filmmaking. Graduating from the prominent film school, Columbia College Chicago, in 1996, he went on to write, produce, edit, and direct the action thriller Drop Off (1997). His drive and passion caught the attention of cult actor Reggie Bannister, ... See full bio »

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No Witnesses Editor
(2016)
Distortion Editor
(2009)
(2014)

Filmography

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 2016/I No Witnesses (Short)
 2016 Ella Gets a Promotion? (Short)
 2014 Last Option (Short)
 2014 To Catch a Priest (Short)
 2014 Nose Hair & Peanuts (Short)
 2010/I The Interrogation (Short)
 2009/I Distortion
 2004 Broken Echoes
 1997 Drop Off
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Producing the film "William Shakespeare's Macebth" See more »

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Trivia:

Related to poet Robert Frost.

Star Sign:

Leo

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