My Little Angel is fighting brain-cancer, but she lies! ArmyVets 40yr-dream graduation thesis-short is A TRUE STORY of his little girls fight for life
Christopher's humble goal is upon release of his thesis short film "My Little Angel" online YouTube video; "Go Viral, at a minimum getting a million prayers" online likes or comments for 10 year old Callie "To get all better soon" while she currently fights brain cancer for her life and 25% remaining eye sight during COVID-19, 2020.
By: Los Angeles Film School
"My Little Angel" is a U.S. ARMY Veteran, Christopher Xavier Lozano's Los Angeles Film School (LAFS) THESIS student-short-
@ LAFS 6363 Sunset Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028.
Directors 1st Cut, private preview link, For Your Consideration:
Christopher Xavier Lozano is a Native American U.S. ARMY Veteran who soon after Desert Storm arrived in Hollywood as a single Father in 1997. His first break was on "Passion of the Christ" as a makeup assistant, leading to "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," working closely with Brad Pit over a year, winning with the CAP team an OSCAR for Best Achievement in Makeup 2009. However CAP, the MakeupFX company went total bankrupt before even the Oscar's that year, followed with a chain of events of family hardships over the next 7 years, eventually placing Christopher in a Veterans Homeless shelter in early 2016. Since then Christopher has laser focused his studies diligently getting his life and arts back on track, receiving his Disabled Vets Collage funding and beginning LAFS School on May 31st 2016, feeling sincerely blessed on his 55th birthday.
Christopher was just 16 when he discovered his passion for photography, winning numerous awards inspiring him to ask his father if he could go to college for film but was denied, instead obligated into the family business of cosmetology. Christopher finally just fulfilled his career dreams of collage 40 years later graduating with a 3.97 GPA, Summa Cum Laude, Honor Society, perfect attendance and was scheduled to premier his Producing talents on March 13th 2020, however was canceled due to the pandemic.
It is with heavy heart Christopher's "My Little Angel" is a true-story about his little niece, Callie Moreno's stoic ongoing battle to survive brain cancer. Callie survived cancer once at the tender age of 5, however now at age 10 she again is in chemo. We hope you join us in bringing this inspiring story of a brilliant beautiful child's heart full of hope and optimism.
Closing credits include "In Loving Memory" requiem to his dearest friends Valarie Harper and Darlene Beacher, who only recently lost their battles, succumbing to cancer.
My Little Angel, has "only one wish, of a million prayers for Callie to get all better soon."
Christopher Xavier Lozano, Producer
Page Updated Last on: May 28, 2020