Align Films houses the work of writer/director, Alain Alfaro.
Alain Alfaro is a filmmaker and writer based in New York City. A graduate from the College Of Staten Island with a BA in Cinema Studies, Alain worked as a video engineer for several years. He eventually made his way into television as a Production Assistant on LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT. He went on to produce and direct artist profile segments for Music Choice television where he created pieces for musicians such as Alicia Keys, Lil Wayne, and Pete Wentz.
In 2006 Alain wrote, produced, directed, shot and edited his first sci-fi short film, TREK 183, which premiered at The Coney Island Film Festival. In 2007, Alain directed a video collage for the music arrangement, SUB-TER-AIN FREQUENCIES, which won First Prize at the Look & Listen Music Festival and Third Prize at the prestigious Black Maria Film + Video festival. His third short, WAITING FOR HER, premiered at the Staten Island Film Festival in 2008, winning Best Cinematography, and nominated for Best Romantic Comedy Short. The film went on to play at festivals throughout the country including LA Shorts Fest and the HBO New York International Latino Film Festival. In 2009, Alain co-producer and edited the feature-length baseball documentary, BUSCON, which follows the politics of baseball leagues in Nicaragua. The film won Best Documentary at the 2009 Milano International Ficts Festival in Italy and continues to screen at festivals around the world.
Alain has just completed his first feature length screenplay, BROKEN NIGHTS, which is currently in pre-production.