Awards 2024
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Tian Liu


Tian Liu, one of the most influential entrepreneurs in the USA, is the CEO of Tigertail Pictures, a production company that offers a unique approach into the world of video and animation by collaborating with clients to capture their most influential stories. The engine that's behind Tigertail Pictures is its in- house team and a huge network of filmmakers and photographers. Tigertail Pictures is AN AGENCY BUILT TO CREATE REAL VALUE. They are the growth partner. They’re a nimble, hungry, results-driven firm. We execute with purpose and focus on measurable, actionable results.

Under Tian's leadership, Tigertail Pictures has been delivering work that powers game-changing companies and global influencers.

A graduate of Harvard Business School (Executive Education), graduate of New York Film Academy and an outstanding director of Photography, Tian Liu has truly carved out a reputation for herself as an highly influential person in the US media market. Her works have made appearance on the covers of "VOGUE", "GQ", "Forbes" and other international magazines. "Fox", "Business insider" and many other mainstream media have commented and conducted exclusive interviews for her company's advertising works. She has won more than 50 best cinematography awards at film festivals, and her film and television works have been shortlisted at the French Cannes Film Festival twice. She worked with Oscar winner Tim Burton, Glenn Close, Kim Basinger, Lynne Littman, and three-time Oscar nominee for best cinematography, Dean Cundey.

Dana DellaCamera


Dana DellaCamera is a Filmmaker, Producer, and Actor. Dana has acted in many short films and web series including the 2013 “Best Film” in the 48 Hour Film Project “Bon Voyage”. She also works on the production side as the Assistant Director, Associate Producer for the micro-budget Feature film “Kali Mah Tina (2017)”, and Production and Casting Manager for the feature film “Meant to be Broken” (2018). Both films were screened at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. A short film she worked on as a Creative Producer, “Deep Within” (2016) won “Best Film” in Florida through the 48 Hour Film Project. In addition to acting and developing her own projects, Dana is the Director of the Arts Accelerator, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting emerging artists in film in developing thriving careers and creating a sustainable film industry in South Florida. Dana is proud to share that the filmmakers who participated in the Filmmaking Masterclass that the Arts Accelerator taught created 2 films, a comedy “God’s Plan” and a drama “Theft” were accepted into the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival and had their world premiere through the festival (Nov. 2020). Dana is currently working on post-production for the Arts Accelerator Masterclasses student's 3rd film "Alpha".

Bryan G Thompson


​Bryan G Thompson, is an award-winning filmmaker, international business executive, and US Army Veteran. He studied International Business at Eastern Michigan University earning his B.A. and Law at the College of William & Mary, earning his J.D. in 2012. In December 2017, he earned his LL.M. at the University of Miami with coursework including TV and Film Distribution and International Law. Having begun his work in Media and Entertainment several years prior to attending law school, his studies lead him to eventually write and produce films spanning several genre, often dealing with complex legal issues. He is known for the following film productions: El Sueño, Rogue Cell, Thanksgiving With The Carters, and Noventa.  2021 releases include: Valentine’s Date, Rogue Cell: Shadow Warrior, Carter Family Reunion, and Easter Someday.  In addition, Thompson appears as an actor in the international thriller Cold Light.​

Vladimir Lescouflair


Vladimir Lescouflair is a Filmmaker, Writer, TV/Video Producer and Editor. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from Florida International University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He has numerous credits in film and television, he worked as lead editor at NBC TV, as writer, producer, director of his own independent film Disturbed. Vladimir is an Adjunct Professor at Barry University where he teaches Advanced Video Editing and Television Production.