David Liz is an award winning Latino filmmaker based out of Miami,FL. He's been working as a Director, Cinematographer and Producer since 2010. His films and videos have screened in film festivals all around the world including: The Director's Guild of America in NYC, Raindance Film Festival, Monaco International Film Festival, Miami International Film Festival , New York International Film Festival , and many others. In the past few years, David Liz has become one of Miami's most active Filmmakers, having worked on dozens of film and video projects for numerous high profile clients including Telemundo, Redbull, and NBC universal. His goal is to create films that reach audiences worldwide and deliver a message that will inspire, move, and thrill viewers all around the globe. His most recent project The Welder, is a socially conscious horror/thriller. A young Latina woman is haunted by a traumatic event she experienced while in the military. Her African American boyfriend takes her on a ranch vacation to help relieve her anxiety and panic attacks. But once there they find themselves in a fight for their lives as they attempt to elude the demented racial experiments of a doctor gone mad. Think "Frankenstein" meets "Get Out", it's a slow burn indie film with a powerful message that is very incredibly relevant in today's unhinged times.