Kevin Rios

 

No One Lives Here

Filmmaker

 

 

BFA, FILM & TV

"Everyone deserves to see themselves as a hero. My filmmaking works towards closing the gap of representation for Latino and queer communities."

ABOUT KEVIN

Kevin Rios is filmmaker originally from Miami, Florida. Kevin received a BFA in Film/TV from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts (’15). He has written and directed several short films - most notably HOME MOVIES, BINGE, and his Student Academy Award Finalist short film MADE OF SUGAR. Kevin has content produced for the Sundance Institute for their Film Forward program in Havana, Cuba and The 2017 Sundance Film Festival following the Ignite Program.  Kevin’s currently working on his first feature film and lives in Los Angeles, CA.

NO ONE LIVES HERE

No One Lives Here

In 1980s Williamsburg, Brooklyn—considered the most dangerous neighborhood in America at the time—fifteen-year-old aspiring writer Genesis Torres rumbles with coming-of-age, her closeted brother’s stabbing, and his girlfriend’s disappearance.

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