Who We Are
Cameron Kostopoulos is a queer writer and director based in Los Angeles, California. In May 2022, he graduated USC's School of Cinematic Arts with a BFA in Film & Television Production, with a minor in Future Cinema. He is currently studying under Nonny de la Peña at Arizona State University, and is a Mentor for the Unreal Engine Worldbuilding Fellowship with Epic Games. In addition to short films, he also pioneers projects in new media, including VR & XR, live installations, experimental film, and interactive experiences.
With a multidisciplinary approach to filmmaking, Cameron’s work blends poetic cinema with narrative storytelling, relying on emotional realism to explore the inner psyche of his characters. While at USC, his short film “A Mother’s Soliloquy” was recognized as a Semi-Finalist by the Student Academy Awards. His willingness to challenge convention has been recognized by dozens of film festivals domestically and internationally, including awards for Best Picture and Best Director.
Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Cameron uses his own experience with homophobia to create films that spread empathy and understanding for the queer experience. He has worked with leading LGBTQ+ organizations to create and promote stories about queer identity, including The National AIDS Memorial and The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and has collaborated with queer artists including Jason A. Rodriguez, co-star of the FX series POSE, to bring underrepresented characters to the screen.
Moving into the future, he hopes to continue exploring the intersection of technology and queer identity.
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Prateek is a genre-bending composer, record producer and guitar player whose artistry spans across many musical explorations.
His most recent credits include Synth Programming on The Book of Boba Fett (Disney+), Additional Music on Fairfax (Amazon Prime), and Sample Instrument Designing on He-Man and the Master's of the Universe (Netflix), amongst others. He is also co-writing and producing a record with a Stones Throw Records artist.
From scoring films, producing records, composing music for the concert hall and touring alongside some of the topmost metal bands, Prateek's willingness to take chances, work as a collaborator and continue learning has allowed him to tell meaningful stories in uniquely emotional ways.
He recently graduated with a M.M. from USC's prestigious Screen Scoring program; and currently works alongside Joseph Shirley in Los Angeles.
Choreographer & Lead Performer
Originally from Phoenix, Ariz., Lennon Torres, began her training at Dance Connection Scottsdale, a nationally ranked dance studio, where she were able to foster personal connections and perform works by Peter Chu, Jenn Freeman, and other renowned contemporary, jazz, and ballet choreographers. Lennon’s dance training led her directly to USC Kaufman where she has performed works by William Forsythe, Jodie Gates, Matthew Neenan, Jiří Kylián, Paul Taylor, Sonya Tayeh, and more.
Lennon has also simultaneously found a passion for advocacy, especially in regard to gender inclusivity. Lennon is the CEO and Founder of Continuum Community, a company that strives to provide practical and easy to understand resources to help communities evolve into gender inclusive spaces. Lennon is transgender and uses she/her pronouns. As she began advocating and learning about her own gender identity, she published a book An Evolving Conversation on Gender: Dance Edition, available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Lennon has a passion for advocacy and loves nothing more than guiding communities to be more inclusive of all people. It is a goal of Lennon’s to dance in a contemporary or contemporary ballet company while simultaneously using the skills she has developed regarding advocacy, as well as her master’s in Public Relations and Advertising from USC. While finishing her master’s degree in the 2021-2022 school year, you can find Lennon freelancing in Los Angeles, Calif.