Del Valle Productions, Inc.
Elaine Del Valle
(516) 729-8200 phone
(917) 599-0488 fax
4775 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Elaine Del Valle is a Brownsville, Brooklyn-bred Puerto Rican multi-hyphenate filmmaker.
Elaine won the HBO Latinx short film director award, SXSW 2022 Audience Award, Seriesfest Caz Matthews award, and was featured in the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) Director showcase. Elaine is a Warnermedia 150 Artist whose films have been supported by the Sundance Institute, Knight Foundation, and Fractured Atlas.
As a WRITER/DIRECTOR, her short films, Me 3.769 and Princess Cut went on to air on HBOmax. Her most recent project, Brownsville Bred, premiered at SXSW 2022, ultimately winning the audience award.
Elaine is a Lynn Shelton award finalist and two-time Imagen Impact award nominee. She also received honorable mention as Best Director in a drama pilot at Seriesfest 2022. Redefine Magazine and Miami New Times named her a "Filmmaker to Watch". Ad Age called her short documentary, Tagged (filmed entirely on a mobile phone), "compelling."
While Elaine loves expressing emotion through her camera, she's most proud of being referred to as an "actor's director." Her many years as an ACTOR (trained by Wynn Handman at New York City's Carnegie Hall) and her passion for bringing marginalized voices to entertainment led her to create her autobiographical one-woman stage play Brownsville Bred.
Behind The Scenes with Director Elaine Del Valle https://vimeo.com/698261086https://vimeo.com/698261086