Ramfis Myrthil is a New York-based filmmaker who loves telling New York stories. Applying an East Coast ethic to the world of film and media, he works to produce narrative features that reflect the best, most captivating parts of his community – passion, integrity, and honor. Ramfis went to the 2018 Sundance Film Festival with A BOY, A GIRL AND A DREAM which placed among the top 18 films for the entire festival. In his desire to assist and educate the next generation of filmmakers, Ramfis has participated as a judge for the 2018 BAFTA Student Film Awards as well as a mentor for the Arts, Entertainment & Media Academy Field Day in Pasadena, CA. He has worked with Teach for America, Schools That Can, and Gold Coast Arts, where he taught students about the different stages of film production. He also acts as a leader in the minority community. In 2017, Ramfis had the privilege of serving as a panelist for Blacks on Wall Street where he spoke to an audience of over 200 high school students about finding success in the professional world through mentorship and internship opportunities.