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Aug 25, 2008

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Who is SaintSinner Entertainment?

Brandon E. Brooks is a highly motivated independent filmmaker and screenwriter that also acted in various areas on film and television production sets over the last 19 years, including directing, writing, producing, production managing, lighting, sound, grip & gaffing, set photographing, etc..

We're currently looking to work with any models that are already into acting or those that wanna get their feet wet in the acting world.

We'd like any models interested in acting to contact us via e-mail at [email protected].

We look forward to working with many of the great models interested in acting here at Model Mayhem!!!

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Director/Screenwriter/Producer Brandon E. Brooks has over fourteen years of experience in front & behind the camera. During this time frame, he’s scripted twenty feature & short film, and TV pilot screenplays. Brooks has assistant directed feature film projects like the independent drama Look Hard, and produced short films like the award winning drama Simply Untitled, which was directed by filmmaker/actor Robert X. Golphin (The Great Debaters). Brooks has also assisted in casting for films such as M. Night Shylaman’s Signs (Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix), Killing Emmett Young (Tim Roth, Gabriel Byrne), and Miami Vice (Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx). In late 2006, Brandon was the unit production manager for the third film in the “Unknown” trilogy, titled Gone, which starred supermodel turned actress Angie Everhart (Bordello of Blood).

Next, he assistant directed the thriller Aftermath, which stars Edward Furlong (Terminator 2) & Monica Keena (Freddy vs. Jason). Brooks produced a thriller out on DVD titled The Quiet Ones (Courtney Gains, Reggie Bannister), and is shopping numerous script packages to various investors, including a Latin-themed crime drama that was in development at United Talent Agency, titled Sweet Fifteen, which has interest from notable talent like John Leguizamo (Empire), Rosario Dawson (Rent), Brian White (The Family Stone), & Roselyn Sanchez (“Devious Maids”). Brooks recently directed and produced a horror thriller he scripted titled Sickness, and is the producer of a psychological drama out on the festival circuit titled A Man Possessed.


Amel “A.J.” Figueroa is a jack of many trades, being a writer, director, producer, and editor of independent films. His directing credits include the much talked about short Long Distance Daddy, Love Politics, and the short based on his descent and redemption Jesus’s Tears. His writing credits include many award winning short stories and screenplays. Such stories are “It’s Always the Quiet Ones,” which is where the title of his most recent screenwriting and directorial effort, a feature film psychological thriller titled The Quiet Ones. The Quiet Ones stars veteran acting talent like Courtney Gains (Stephen King’s Children of the Corn), Reggie Bannister (Phantasm), and Bill Allen (Rad). In the spring of 2010, Figueroa acted as a producer and cameraman for the independent thriller Booley, and in the fall of 2011, acted as a cinematographer and producer on the independent thriller Deer Crossing. Next he acted as the director of photography for a short film he scripted titled The Piper and director of the short film Underdog Credo.

Figueroa followed this DP job up by helming the cinematography duties for the SaintSinner Entertainment horror thriller Sickness, which stars Brian O’Halloran & Katarina Leigh Waters. From there, Figueroa shot a handful of television commercials, reality shows, and webseries for different companies. Amel is currently seeking financing for three projects he scripted, which are a revenge thriller titled Say Hello to the Night, a horror thriller feature titled Last Snow, and an 80’s and 90’s throwback martial arts action film he scripted titled Double Fury, which has a impending cast that features famous martial arts film stars Cynthia Rothrock (China O’Brien) and Richard Norton (Mr. Nice Guy).