Today we’d like to introduce you to Eduardo Rivas Servello.
So, before we jump into specific questions, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
My story starts in Mexico City 1980 where I was born. When I was a teenager, I sat on our couch in front of a VHS connected to a television with my father sitting next to me. The spark was immediate when I asked myself, how they did they do that in the movies. Later, I started playing in a punk band where I started to make videos that were projected on stage as an visual experiment with my father’s V8 Handicam. The videos where of my band as simple silhouette behind the screen. After years of experimenting on my own, I decided to pursue a degree in Cinematography at the official film school of my country. After working on a few films in Mexico, I decided to move to Los Angeles to further my career as a filmmaker.
Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
My life story was smooth in terms of big obstacles. I am grateful to everyone who helped me. Challenges are the way we earn things and the best way to learn and grow. It’s important to get out of your comfort zone.
REMA – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
REMA is a company specializes in visually printing cinematic projects around the globe. We produce features, series, short films, and music videos for very important artist. Also, we have an incredible outreach bringing name talent with different artists from around the globe.
What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
Shooting film, developing it myself, printing it, and projecting the final project.
- Website: www.eduardoservello.com
- Phone: 818 3962060
- Email: email@example.com
- Instagram: @eduardoservello
Cinematography by Eduardo R. Servello, AMC, Directors Charlene Bagcal, Jungle George