Finding Cochino

No other man achieved as much glory, recognition, and admiration, as George Magee. You remember him as El Cochino. But what happened to him?

Winner of five awards at CineSol Film Festival 2008 including Best Film, Finding Cochino is a joint production of Bad Apple and Orange Media for the 2008 CineSol 36 Hour Film Race.

Synopsis

George “El Cochino” Magee was the adult film industry’s brightest star until he fell in love with Indian starlette Nicky on the set of his finest film: “The Savage Garden”. After production wrapped Nicky returned to her home in India and, in a fit of depression, Magee lost control of his world famous manhood. But film maker Stewart Krasdacab needs “El Cochino” back and he knows exactly how to do it.

Cast / Crew

Director: Edward Cordero
DP: Jason R. Johnston
Editor: Gabriel Ramirez
Produced by: Erick Treviño, Jerry Medina, Erika Lopez, Bertha Gonzalez, Larry Safir, Jay Juarez
Story: Eric Salazar, Jay Juarez, Mariano Rivera, Bertha Gonzalez
Music: Jay Juarez, Rommel Garza, Erick Treviño, Ceasar Cano
Camera: Joel Segovia
Grip: Mark Rodriguez
Cast: George Magee, Amber Salazar, Eric Salazar, Erick Treviño, Hernan Cortez, Erika Lopez, Alyssa Salas, Rommel Garza, Jay Juarez, Mariano Rivera, Joel Segovia, Bertha Gonzalez, Jason R. Johnston

Awards

We swept the 36 Hour Film Race awards at the 2008 CineSol Film Festival!

Best Film
Audience Favorite
Best Supporting Actor, Male – Eric Salazar
Best Director, Comedy – Edward Cordero
Best Editing – Gibby Ramirez

Tech

Shot with two Panasonic AJ-SPX800P P2 ENG cameras with Fujinon A20x8.6BERM-SD lenses and Lowell lights. Edited with Final Cut Studio 2.

By Jason R. Johnston

Jason is an award-winning cinematographer, and director of commercials, branding films, native content, music videos, documentaries, and narrative films. As a full-time freelancer, he can be hired to DP or direct almost any project you have in mind. He is based in Sparta, Tennessee, and ready to travel for any gig.