Pictoclik’s mission is to unite filmmakers across the nation and “Connect one filmnation!” We want to keep our own creative resources confident in the idea that there is a place for a new supportive community in filmmaking. We would also like to play a role in bridging the gap between budding filmmakers and established industry professionals by providing a distribution outlet through our annual short film festival. This in turn will eventually bring more opportunities to unite artists to work with one another and keep the community productive and accessible.
Pictoclik is a collective for filmmakers, talent and movie lovers alike. Founded in 2012, our goal is to unite emerging and established industry professionals through fun and engaging events, workshops, screenings and our annual film festival.
We are team of passionate individuals that believe in community and the collective wealth of ideas. The Bay is a wonderful place conducive for innovative and creative possibilities. We also want to provide filmmakers and talent with a dependable foundation. Our board members and creative team are a band of talented established industry professionals that genuinely want see more creative collaboration. Most of all, we believe in others capabilities. We are artists, filmmakers, advertising and marketing professionals; together, we plan to build a foundation that unites filmmakers and get more people to actively join and participate in the process.
You can reach Rebekah at or by mail at:
77 Van Ness Ave #101-1913
San Francisco, CA 94102
Founder and Vice President of Creative Strategy
New Jersey born and raised in Puerto Rico, Alex spent her early years at the University of Puerto Rico studying communications. There she also started a romance with graphic arts and photography as she began work at the UPR TV Station and at GDC Studios where she realized the camera and computer were her favorite tools to engage with artistically. Soon enough, the new media social revolution exploded; every agency and start up in California was developing brilliant experiments within the web and this became a primary interest to Alex. This is the key moment when she decided to move to San Francisco to pursue a MA in New Media at the Academy of Art. Shortly after graduation she began working as a visual designer at Fluid Inc. Her role has evolved to creative strategist and now offers creative and strategic direction to teams of designer developing digital experiences for a variety of brands. These brands include: The North Face, Oakley, Fresh Step, and Gymboree.
Founder and Senior Video Producer
David Bacon got his start in LA as an actor in his 20’s. After years of being on set as talent, he forged friendships with Directors and DPs. One in particular, an award winning Director of Photography and owner of “Light Hollywood” Tim Otholt, took David under his wing and taught him the ins and outs of production, camera and the lighting world. Through Mr. Otholt, David was able to work along side some very talented people in film & television commercials, never taking it for granted and learning all he could.
Vivian is a media professional focusing on ethical practices pertaining to mass communication. She started working as a freelance photojournalist in 2008, and continues to contribute to local Bay Area news and media organizations today. She is one of the earliest contributors and member of the San Francisco Public Press and a continuing editorial contributor at Shades Magazine. While maintaining a career as a member of the press, she has also worked in public relations within the San Francisco local music scene and has now moved on to explore other processes in new media, broadcasting and cinema production.
Sandra Lopez is a Bay Area native born in San Francisco. She grew up with an interest in the arts, graduating in 2009 from California College of the Arts in San Francisco with an architecture degree. Open to explore other forms of art, her focus shifted to filmmaking after her boyfriend asked her to co-produce his short film debut, “La Vida Loca.” The film won the top honorary awards, Best of Festival and People’s Choice, at the school’s 2012 Aspiring Minds Film Festival and was subsequently selected to screen at the 2012 San Francisco Latino Film Festival. The entire experience piqued her interest and led her to return to school to study film at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, CA.
She studied everything from film analysis to film production and worked on multiple student films, meeting and working with fellow student filmmakers along the way that became her “film family.” Together, they produced award winning short films and the rewarding experience of creating cinematic art that moves an audience convinced them that this is what they wanted to do for the rest of their lives.
Sandra is a full time film editor and videographer for audio/video studio DeNoise in Emeryville, CA. She dreams of starting a major independent film studio in the Bay Area someday to fund and produce films that rival those out of Hollywood with help from the film family she met in school.
Ever since he was 7 years old, L. Jeffrey Moore has always wanted to be tutored by Yoda and construct his own light saber. Jeff has a BFA in acting from North Carolina A&T State University and an MA in Media and Performing Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. His short films have screened in such festivals as: Pictoclik, The Hollyshorts film festival, Action on Film , Another hole in the Head and many more. Jeff is an avid lover of science fiction and can’t wait to start going into production with his next project. A Sci-Fi adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Jeff’s training goes far beyond acting. He also has experience as a director and screenwriter.
Adrian is a Bay Area native and independent filmmaker with experience in acting, producing, writing, directing, cinematography, editing, composing and more. He is the founder of Aztek Studio Films based in San Francisco. With extensive short film experience under his belt he landed his first industry job as 1st assistant director on Hollywood actor David Fernandez Jr.’s directorial debut “A Father’s Journey” in 2013. “Super Gabby” will be the fifth short film he has written and directed after “La Vida Loca,” “Ruthless,” “Threat to Society,” and “Take Five.” He intends to write and direct a feature length film next and continues to focus on various projects produced by Aztek Studio Films.