ABOUT...

A Summer in 1993 in Spanish Harlem finally reveals the secret past of Cuban-American cardiac nurse Negra Centron. A childhood secret torments the life and stifles the growth of a beautiful woman. The ancient religion of the Yoruba people of Nigeria, known as Regla de Ocha and Santeria in the Diaspora, is the engine behind this supernatural mystery thriller. This African-evolved religion, with its magic, is the backdrop for this tale of love, hate, deceit, betrayal, obsession, forgiveness, acceptance, and hope. Magic, ritual, and destiny are the threads unraveling this gripping, edgy, mystery/thriller.

Pressured by a suspicious mother, a strange bed-fellow, and an amorous co-worker, Negra battles to keep a childhood secret from unraveling while a restless spirit and the African gods seek justice...

Saturday, June 20, 2015

SCREENSHOTS! CINIEMATOGRAPHY BY NICO AND LOCATION COURTESY OF CELEBRITY CHEF JASON ZUKAS

It was a headache finding a location to shoot our first scenes but thanks to our Producer and cast member Gerard Marrone, and his buddy and cast member, restaurant owner and Celebrity Chef Jason Zukas, they helped make this wonderful shoot happen! Grazie mille!

Evan Davis, Michelle Lamelza, and Francisco Ramos in bar scene

Francisco Ramos, Evan Davis, and me as the spicy barmaid Charmaine

Someone is getting a nasty look!  Irma Cadiz, Frankie Ramos, and Evan Davis. Yikes!

Evan Davis and Michelle Lamelza as the happy couple "The Vicos"

Me as Charmaine giving Tony Perez, played by Frankie Ramos, a hard time

Charmaine just loves messin' with Tony! LOL

Frankie Ramos, Evan Davis, and Michelle Lamelza

Gerard Marrone as mob boss "Domenic Vico", Jason Zukas as "Jay", and 
Evan Davis as "Bobby Vico". 

Gerard, Evan, Michelle, and Frankie 

Me, and Gyavira Lasana who plays a bar patron in this scene and will appear as the Cabby in an upcoming scene

Anissa Smith is the troubled "Negra Centron" and Frankie Ramos is her strange bedfellow "Tony"

Frankie, Anissa, and Evan 

Our wacky but very talented Cinematography Nicola Raggi. LOL

Did someone just get a drink thrown in their face?  Frankie Ramos as female magnet "Tony Perez"

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

CONGRATS TO OUR CAST MEMBER AND PRODUCER GERARD MARRONE ESQ!

Cast member and one of the producers of A Wound In Time: The Off Broadway Stage Play and Upcoming Feature Film​, defense attorney Gerard Marrone Esq., announcing the upcoming launch of his series "The Street Attorney"!  He also is cast in another feature to play a marine.  He is such a nice person and we're all so happy for him. Congrats!

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

THOSE COLORFUL CHARACTERS...


Troubled cardiac nurse "Negra Centron" has a childhood secret.  Her godmother
the Santeria priestess "Iya Carmen" knows that she is hiding something
terrible and will get down to the bottom of it one way or another in the
 feature film, A Wound in Time.


The dapper, cigar smoking Cuban with the Chango smile,
 "Ruben Centron", and the eccentric, loving wife who he swept off her feet
when she was just a girl in Matanzas, Cuba, "Millie Centron".  Just two of
the many colorful characters in A Wound in Time!
Gay and fabulous fashionisto and freelance photographer Chee Chee
is Negra's best friend.  Or shall we say, ONLY friend.  He is none to happy
about that "strange" relationship she has with Tony Perez.

Tony Perez can't help that he's a "female magnet" and that Lourdes is obsessed
with him. But his "strange" relationship with Negra has Lourdes
on his ass, and has Negra's mom, Millie, vexed!
Successful professional, the bourgie "Clinton Williams", has a warped view
of the old neighborhood and the folks who live there. He only ventures to
 East Harlem from his Long Island beachfront property to check on his moms
who refuses to leave in the feature film, A Wound in Time.

"Mrs. Francine Isenstat" is a Manhattan socialite and wife of wealthy financier
 "Irving Isenstat" of Sutton Place. Their savvy housekeeper "Marta" referred Fran
 to "Iya Carmen", a Santeria priestess from her neighborhood, for a consultation
 regarding Irv's business dealings in the feature film, A Wound in Time.

The Vico Brothers, Bobby and his older brother East Harlem wise guy Domenic,
 are very close. Bobby and his best friend Tony Perez grew up together
and Domenic lets them both enjoy the fruits of his labor from time to time.
 Unlike Tony, Bobby is a happily married family man.