Friday, December 30, 2011

John Muir High School Supports Silencio

We hope that "Silencio The Bully Project" is going to be a film that ignites a movement. There is so much need out there across the nation—to organize, to have a way of creating a voice for families that are struggling with this issue. We envision school-hall meetings across the country, where the film is able to spark a conversation that is honest and real but it doesn't emerge out of crisis. I think all too often when people talk about bullying, it's because there is death or some act of violence and everyone has their backs up. I think if we are able to enter into this community with the right partners I think we can have a huge impact. The goal is to just build this massive movement that has tools and that has actionable activity that can really help community, family and individuals deal with this issue in a concrete way.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Tamirfilms Speaking Out Against Bullying with Marianne Williamson

Incidents of bullying are on the rise and many kids suffer in silence. Tamir Yardenne, a film producer talks with Marianne about his new film project Silencio. The film is an all volunteer effort that is giving young people a chance to get involved in the filmaking process and give them a voice to help end bullying. Actor Meshach Taylor is a part of the project and joins in the conversation.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Altadena film company launches anti-bullying effort

Posted: 11/18/2011 05:32:58 PM PST Pasadena News-Star

Tamirfilms, an Altadena-based independent film company is turning its short film "Silencio," which addresses bullying into a nationwide effort to educate teens about the subject, according to Tamir Yardenne, filmmaker and the film company's chief executive officer.
Silencio will turn from a film into national program to teach teens about film making and bullying, which will launch in Pasadena on Nov. 28, Yardenne said.
The program seeks to immerse young Latinos in an intense 8-week course in film production.
Students will get to produce their version of Silencio.
The course will connect local youth with experienced professionals in the entertainment industry and provide young filmmakers with an opportunity receive practical, hands-on experience.
Interns will be a vital part of the project and assist in the film's production. The curriculum will include marketing as it pertains to social media, pre-production, on-set production, and post-production.
Registration begins Nov. 22 and those interested should contact Tamirfilms at 626-345-1874, or e-mail them at tamir@tamirfilms.com.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

TAMIRFILMS Internship Application

TAMIRFILMS Internship Application

Tamirfilms is offering an opportunity for a free 8 week internship. The Program will target individuals from the East Los Angeles area who are interested in learning about the film making process .
Silencio’s grassroots approach will be to take young Latinos from East Los Angeles and immerse them into an intense 8 week course in film production. Applicants must be between the ages of 16 - 21


Saturday, July 30, 2011


We want to thank Jesse from Nosotros for helping us get the word out about "Silencio"

Thanks dude you rock! Nosotros, standing on the shoulders of Ricardo Montalban, Nosotros and the Us Generation (old and new Nosotros members) continue Montalban’s Mission and move forward to surpass the challenges the 21st Century offers to those pursuing a career in the Entertainment Industry


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Congrats Tamir Yardenne!Most popular acting reel today.

Acting Town
Congrats member Tamir Yardenne!Most popular acting reel today. http://actingtown.com/play/Famous_Scenes_Reenact/Mzg1.MTI5MjU2Nzc2Mg==