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Antonio Santini

Director, Mala Mala

Antonio is a director, producer, and artist from San Juan, Puerto Rico. At 18, he moved from the island to New York to study the effects of technology on human communication and subculture studies at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. His projects and writings have been published in DIS Magazine and the multi-artist publication, "Other Travel." His short, KILLER TRANNY, an homage to John Waters about homophobia within the LGBTT community, screened at several international film festivals, including festivals in Austin, Croatia, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and New York. MALA MALA is his first feature

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