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Our Resident Artists

Gerald Barry Fillmore-Garcia
Actor - Writer - Filmmaker​

Gerald Barry Fillmore-García, of Spanish and British descent, is an actor, screenwriter, and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. He was born in Zaragoza, Spain. He has a degree in Screenwriting for Film and Television from the Factoria del Guión (Madrid) and graduated in Dramatic Art from the Zaragoza Theater School.


He is known in Spain for films such as "The Footballest" by Miguel Ángel Lamata, "Unfortunate Stories" by Goya Award-winning director Javier Fesser and "Lo que Lucía vio" by Goya-winning director Imanol Uribe, and hit series such as "Reyes de la Noche" from Movistar Plus, the prime-time sitcom "Gym Tony" from Movistar Plus, the prime-time sitcom "Gym Tony", where he was one of the stars and scriptwriter for five seasons, and the Amazon Prime series "Little Coincidences" where he acted and wrote with Javier Veiga. The American version of him is now being produced by NBC.

Gerald has also written for Televisa, Mediaset, Atresmedia, Face book Watch, the NGL-produced EOP Comedy Show Face book Watch, John Leguizamo's NGL-produced EOP Comedy Show, and Sony Pictures will soon be releasing "Tequila Repasado" written by Gerald with Emmy Award winner Judd Pillot. "Hold For Applause" and "For Pete's Sake", his last two short films as a writer, director, actor and producer have won 69 international awards and have been selected in 193 film festivals around the world.


On stage: he joined the National Theater of Spain in 2019 to be part of the critically acclaimed production and nominated for the Max Theater Award "Signed Lejárraga" directed by Miguel Ángel Lamata.

His theater company The Sinflow has premiered several successful shows on the Gran Vía in Madrid and in 2022 he was awarded at the International Theater Festival and in 2022 he was awarded at the Brisk International Theater Festival in Los Angeles. Best Play, Best Writer and Best Director.​

His cultural proposal

Workshop: Script and realization

"Guionizando la vida"

The consumption of audiovisual content generates the need to know how to write. In the beginning, every film project arises from an idea. Thinking and writing are directly proportional actions whose relationship only exists in the imagined ideology of the writer. The scriptwriter understands the content and envisions an audience…. then comes the script. visualize an audience... then the script emerges.

A script that will become the working tool for absolutely everyone involved in the implementation of that idea come true.

Americans quickly considered screenwriting as a technique that can be learned and can therefore be taught.

The workshops that Gerald proposes to us include working from the synopsis, going through the rundown, the treatment and landing on the development of the script.
The scriptwriter's work, like that of other collaborators, is a stone in the construction of a collective work.
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