Gabe Rodriguez is an award-winning filmmaker, playwright, critic, and lyricist. View his IMDb page here.
His debut film Fighting Nirvana premiered at The Times Sq Arts Center in 2009.
His short film Susie In the Afterlife won the Spirit Award at The Queens World Film Festival in 2011.
Q To the 6 Train was selected by the Anthology Film Archives as part of a retrospective for the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, and has since played in part of The Subway Film Series.
Havana In Bushwick premiered at The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival in November 2012.
Goddess of Time premiered at The Dolby Screening Room in October 2013.
In 2015, Gabe briefly dipped his toes in theatre when his short play Zora’s Collar premiered at Manhattan Rep Theatre. His second play, Mother’s Peak, premiered at the same venue the following February. His full-length play, Club Silencio, produced by The Cuban Cultural Center of NY, premiered in Manhattan in June 2017.
He returned to filmmaking with the Christmas-themed short Jingle Shell Rock in 2018.
His first feature film, The Sisters Kardos, was filmed in 2020, during the height of the pandemic, and premiered in July 2022 to a successful festival run.