On Saturday November 7th, 2020, the official judges were announced for next year’s 2021 Asian Film Festival (https://asianfilmfestival.us).
Among the announced judges was Amber Martinez, actress and producer. Amber Martinez has worked on many films and television projects. Some of her well-known film projects are Dead Ant, Madness in the Method, Glass Jaw, Fight of Fury, Guitars and Guns, Bond of Justice: Kizuna, and Senior Entourage.
In the film Senior Entourage, Amber Martinez worked with an amazing all-star cast, including Ed Asner, Marion Ross, Mark Rydell, Charles Robinson, James Handy, David Lockhart, Brian Conners, and the late Helen Reddy.
Some television projects, that Ms. Martinez has worked on include 68 Whiskey, Why Women Kill, NCIS,
S.W.A.T., Homeland, and Dirty John: Betty Broderick. Her latest project that she is working on is the film
Christmas Slasher, where she stars in the role of “Victoria” and she is also an Executive Producer on the
film. Presenting this honor on Nov. 7th, 2020, was the festival director himself, Jason Quin.
The event took place at the new luxury hotel The Maybourne Beverly Hills, located at 225 N Canon Dr, Beverly
Hills, CA 90210.
The event was photographed by Guillermo Proano. Also, in attendance at the official announcement were international recording artist Josh Moreland, actress Rebecca Holden,TV host Shelley Sykes, philanthropist Leith Eaton, and former Hollywood Foreign Press AssociationPresident, Aida Takla.
When asked about receiving the honor of being a judge for the 2021 Asian Film Festival, Ms. Martinez replied, “It is truly an honor and I am so incredibly grateful for this opportunity…”
Amber Martinez official social media connections are as follows:
Twitter: @__AmberMartinez, Instagram: @amber_martinez_official, and Facebook Fan Page: www.facebook.com/theofficialambermartinez.
This original article was published by: London-TV.co.uk
The Confederation Institute of Education is a sponsor of the 2nd Annual Asian Film Festival Los Angeles 2020 and plans research projects to support the practice of Asian young filmmakers and student film directors.