Category: Producer

Indie Vid Magazine – Featured Director: Clint Santiago Dahl (July 2012 Issue)

Indie Vid Magazine – Featured Director: Clint Santiago Dahl (July 2012 Issue)

Indie Vid Magazine – Feature: Clint Santiago Dahl (July 2012 Issue)

Orange County writer/director/producer Clint Santiago Dahl
as featured on cover of Indie Vid Magazine (USA) Issue: July 2012

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Corpocracy: The Outsourcing of America (Produced By: Clint Santiago Dahl)
In 2005, Dahl produced “Corpocracy: The Outsourcing of America”, a controversial politically-oriented documentary featuring Ron Paul and directed by Clyde Gentry.
The United States of America is the engine of Democracy and the engine of growth for the rest of the world. But its now losing steam as the country becomes more debt ridden, allowing the puppet masters of globalization to corrode the very foundations that made this country the world leader.

CORPOCRACY examines the history and effects of globalization on the middle class and how a change in public policy may already be too late. Told from the point of view of the policy makers on Capitol Hill, the film looks at different aspects of globalization-from NAFTA to immigration to the falling dollar-and how the recession we are facing today could be far more dangerous for the people of tomorrow.

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http://norsemenfilms.blogspot.com/
Clint Santiago Dahl is an American writer, director, producer and executive producer. He was born in San Bernardino, California, but largely grew up in Fresno. As a young adult he relocated to Southern California where he has been active every since.

Long involved with mixed martial arts, Dahl began his entertainment career in 1998 producing Extreme Shoots, a series of popular underground fighting clips for the internet. He has since co-created and produced several televised MMA programs such as Venom First Strikes and Venom Annihilator hosted by John Salley (both for Pay-Per-View in 2004). He was also the co-creator, producer and executive producer of “Freedom Fight” in 2005 for TSN (ESPN’s Canadian sister station). Freedom Fight was the first televised prime-time mixed martial arts program ever shown in Canada.

In 2005, Dahl produced “Corpocracy: The Outsourcing of America”, a controversial politically-oriented documentary featuring Ron Paul and directed by Clyde Gentry..

He is the CEO and head director/producer of Norsemen Films based in Orange County, California
Source – IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm8420502/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm

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Actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, In The Costa Maya

Actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, In The Costa Maya

Akahti Magazine’s September 2016 travel photo article featuring gorgeous and talented Latina actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, revealing her secret vacation spots on the Costa Maya in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Miss Pascault Orozco recently appeared in director, Pedro Alavarez Tostado’s emotional soocer drama “Heroes Game” (or Juego De Héroes). http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3824388/

Gorgeous & Talented Latina Actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, Reveals Secret Vacation Spots On The Costa Maya

Gorgeous & Talented Latina Actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, Reveals Secret Vacation Spots On The Costa Maya

Akahti Magazine’s September 2016 travel photo article featuring gorgeous and talented Latina actress, Yadira Pascault Orozco, revealing her secret vacation spots on the Costa Maya in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.

Omar Albertto – THE GAP – Photographed By Herb Ritts

Omar Albertto – THE GAP – Photographed By Herb Ritts

Entrepreneur and Agent Extraordinaire, Omar Albertto (founder of Omar’s Men and JustOmar) as featured in Gap campaign photographed by Herb Ritts.

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http://articles.latimes.com/1988-12-02/news/vw-912_1_modeling-agent/2

Omar did manage to avoid a major modeling war when he left EastWest. At the time he quit to try things on his own, the company was thinking of phasing out its men’s division.

“Omar left on good terms,” reports CeCe, vice president of EastWest Model Management Inc. “We’re all friends. He’s a great agent. It’s healthy competition. We’ve been around for three years, and I think in that time 10 agencies have opened. There’s room for everyone, as long as you establish a style. We’re all basically competing for the same job, but a client will call depending on the particular look they want.”

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Albertto

Omar Albertto – Agent All Star

Omar Albertto – Agent All Star

Omar broke through the glass ceilings for male models 25 years ago when he opened his own agency in Los Angeles and called it Omar’s Men. He has a natural eye for talent, and had picked up the tricks of the trade experience as a model himself in the mid-70s on the catwalks of Paris and Milan. This tall, lean, impeccably dressed Panamanian recruited men with personality and presence like Djimon Honsou, Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Tyrese, who moved into movies and the recording industry. In demand from master photographers such as Bruce Weber, Mario Testino, and the late Herb Ritts, Omar has expanded his stable to include new faces like Austin Colt, Chase Mowen and Jose Laguna. Omar has maintained an incredible relationship with editorial magazines like GQ, Esquire, i-D, V Magazine and L’Uomo Vogue and clients like Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Versace, Armani and Dolce & Gabbana. In 2013 he launches his first exec produce film “Things Never Said” as well as several TV projects under his JustOmar Brand.
Source: https://www.fashion.net/omar-albertto

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There is no one cooler than Omar. His deep, raspy
voice, with an accent not easily
identified, emanates from his office as he juggles
three phones, shoots off emails, and
rattles out names of the new faces that his booking
agents just have to see. Omar moves
as if he’s listening to the syncopated rhythms of a
salsa song—smooth, suave, and spicy.
All the while, models traipse in and out of his off
ice so Omar can send them off to the
next shoot, approve their photos, or simply hang ou
t with them. And it’s all done with
Omar’s world-class smile. Omar is in the image-mak
ing business, and make images he
does.
A 25-year veteran of the fashion and modeling indus
tries, the charismatic Panamanian
began his journey in 1978 on the catwalks of Paris
and Milan. In 1987 he opened his
own agency, Omar’s Men, in Los Angeles to provide g
reat-looking men with the same
superstar status accorded to the female model; his
concept took off and he soon operated
a bicoastal business. In 2003 Omar joined Warning M
odel Management forming a
strategic alliance with its rapidly growing talent
division, Warning Talent.
Omar single-handedly changed the face of male model
ing by disregarding the cookie-
cutter images of men and replacing them with a new
realism. Tapping into the interests
of American women, Omar was on to something. “Wome
n don’t want blond-haired,
blue-eyed Ken dolls,” insists Omar. “My boys can h
ave big ears, big noses and crooked
teeth. What counts is personality and presence.”
In its first two years, Omar’s men
snatched up more than 60 percent of the business.
Among the many careers Omar has advised are those o
f Djimon Houson, Antonio
Sabato, Jr., Billy Baldwin, Rupert Everett, and Tyr
ese, all of whom have transitioned to
lucrative careers as performers. His “boys” have g
raced the pages of every top fashion
magazine around the world including
GQ
,
L’Uomo Vogue
, and
Arena Magazine
.
Omar has produced talent for the world’s top fashio
n and commercial photographers,
including Bruce Weber, with whom he most recently w
orked on a groundbreaking six-
page spread for
W Magazine
featuring soccer star Landon Donovan, and also Mic
hael
Compte, who employed Omar in a Banana Republic Camp
aign. Designers Omar has
worked with include Burbury, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, a
nd Dolce & Gabbana to name a
few.
“Omar’s eye is uncanny,” says photographer Mario Te
stino who collaborated with Omar
on assignments for
Vogue
and designers Dolce & Gabbana. “He never misses.
He never
steers me wrong.”
Before opening Omar’s Men, Omar modeled throughout
Europe under L’Image Di
Ricardo Guy in Milan and in the U.S. under Elite Mo
del Management in New York. He
jumped behind the scenes in 1980 when he became an
agent at L’Image before moving
on to East/West Models and then It Models. Eventua
lly, Omar created Omar’s
Incorporated for Men and Women, which he merged wit
h Prima Models to create United
Prima Omar’s (UPO). UPO later became Q Models, a p
ublicly traded company.
Omar truly understands the beauty of diversity. He
was born and raised in Panama by his
Spanish father of Brazilian and Bermudan descent an
d a Jewish-Ethiopian mother. The
youngest of three sons, Omar found success as a com
petitive swimmer before enduring
eighteen months of military academy in Caracas. He
studied at the Colegio de La Salle
in Panama, Costa Rica, and Venezuela, and then at t
he Instituto Nacional De Artes in
Barcelona. At 20, Omar enrolled in a two-year prog
ram at Laboratory Institute of
Merchandise, a private college specializing in fash
ion buying and merchandising, but he
truly rounded out his education in fashion at the f
amed Studio 54.
When he’s not catapulting the careers of fresh tale
nt, this tattooed, Latin, sharply dressed,
family man can be found playing the bongos or shoot
ing hoops with his two sons,
Alesandro, and Kuria, who was adopted from Kenya in
2005.