Freddy Rodriguez has been writing and directing film and videos for more than 15 years. Based in Miami, Florida, along with his production company, 66 Films, Inc., he counts numerous commercials, promos, corporate films, documentaries shorts, and social media/web films among his credits. In the early 2000’s, Freddy cut his teeth on producing promos and movie trailers at Manhattan Transfer/BVI for Lifetime Network, Bravo Network, MTV Latino, and several Pay Per View channels. He also joined the NBC/Universal team shortly after as a senior promotions producer where he garnered 15 Emmy nominations, 7 Emmy wins, and 6 Promax/BDA awards for his image campaigns and promo work. In 2012 Freddy opened 66 Films, Inc. and has produced a variety of commercials, and corporate videos for: Norwegian Cruise Lines, Maaco, The Miami Dolphins, The United Way, Bank United, Passport Magazine, Visit Florida, Chris Lopez Studio, Jungle Island and Noelle et Filles. Freddy's most recent accomplishment is writing, directing, shooting, scoring and editing the short film Fire, which tells the story of The Collector, a man who becomes so obsessed with The Hustler, that his inner demons take over. Fire is supported by an Indiegogo campaign in which Freddy raised over $6,000 for production. Fire has been submitted to over 23 film festival and has unofficially been accepted to Homochrom in Germany. He is currently developing the short film, Fiercely Ballroom, which tells the story of the Miami gay vogueing scene of the 90’s.