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Alexander Raye Pimentel

Alexander Raye Pimentel is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and military veteran. He is the Guild Ambassador of the DSLR Filmmakers Guild. Pimentel's work addresses such themes as tragedy, revenge, turmoil, and violence. Pimentel is regarded as a young upcoming filmmaker with much potential. He has made ten short films.

Alexander Pimentel grew up in California and Georgia. His father's parents emigrated from Mexico, and his mother is of Italian descent. Pimentel was raised in a devoutly Catholic environment. As a boy, he began to draw, paint, and write with his imagination. His inspiration came from his Uncle Allan Linder. It was at this stage in his life that he developed passion for cinema. Enamored of historical epics in his adolescence, at least two films of the genre, Mean Streets and Dial M for Murder, appear to have had a deep and lasting impact on his cinematic psyche. Pimentel also developed an admiration for minimalist and neorealist cinema, which has inspired many of his films.

Alexander Pimentel is currently attending school at The Art Institute of Colorado. He continues to work with an undisputed motivation and passion, challenging the audience's intellect, and showing the raw reality of this vestigial world we live in.

Short film credits



United States | Aug 2013 | 21:01
An excavation team's Captain must save his crew from being consumed and driven mad by a recovered artifact.

Life Lessons

United States | May 2013 | 27:00
Lionel Dobie is an acclaimed artist who finds himself unable to paint before a major gallery exhibition and needs the confused and messy lifestyle of ...

Beyond the Ropes

United States | Dec 2012 | 28:00
In life, there are many battles, but for a boxing team the biggest test is outside of the ropes.
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