Karlian Cruz Ortega the teen filmmaker.

Meet this outstanding teen!

Hello fellow teenagers meet Karlian Cruz Ortega the teen filmmaker and play-writer . Karlian is 14 years old. That is incredible that he is already starting off as an early teen by writing plays at such a young age. Karlian is the Co Creator of The Ortega Family Musical which is coming back by popular demand to Atlanta in 2019 and NYC. Karlian has 828 followers on instagram as he keeps working he will definitely gain more in the future.

Here is some of the teen filmmakers work.

Karlian Cruz Ortega, a youth filmmaker/writer who just released 2 heart-warming, faith based projects and a short film, Carmen. In his community, he has inspired so many youths by promoting inspirational content. At the age of 12 years old, Karlian wrote a short film about his sister, Karsi Cruz Ortega, based on her life story of living with Vitiligo (a medical skin condition). Karlian also Co Created an off Broadway production, The Ortega Family Musical- and it opened publicly at the Earl Smith Strand Theater in Marietta, GA created/produced by award winning playwright Keylun Johnson Cruz, directed by Hollywood’s director, K.C. Amos. The show was a very popular hit. Back by popular demand, in 2019, the musical is coming to Atlanta and New York City.

The impact that this teen is having on the community.

While kids his age are inspired to do other things, Karlian is aiming to touch youth lives by promoting inspirational content for all. He also just completed a 40 min. documentary for teens about eating lifestyles. I am very proud how Karlian continue to stay focus being 15 years of age, and how he continue to fulfill and accomplish his work regardless of the odds. The Green Teen documentary will air on streaming outlets later this year. Karlian also directed a faith based documentary film, Inside of My Mysterious Life with Emory medical doctor, Dr. Crystal Champion (co creating) a documentary about a rare medical disease. Many have stated that this tear-jerker documentary have gave them so much courage. This film was created by Keylun Johnson Cruz, starring Adrienne L. Johnson and Marcia Dupree. Also featuring Karsi Cruz Ortega and Kloee Sky Orteg

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