Some years ago, a new wedding trend emerged: the trash the dress session... It was supposed to be a post wedding session where the bride got to destroy the dress by either diving into the sea or maybe something more dramatic. Today, we don't need to be that extreme, but a post wedding session is certainly the greatest idea ever and here's why:

1) You get to enjoy your wedding day without worrying too much about the couple's photos... You'll get plenty of time afterwards in your post wedding session.

2) Every wedding tends to look alike, the timelines are very similar and there is not much time for adding originality to your wedding film. In a post wedding session there are no limits. You get to do whatever you want while wearing your wedding gown again! This can add personality to your wedding memories and also art.

3) On your wedding day all eyes are on you. This can be intimidating... Don't you want some privacy for your photoshoot with your new spouse??? We bet you do. Having several cameras on you might not be something you're used to, but this is what will remain with you forever from the wedding! Everything else will just end and fade after the last dance, so it's definitely worth it.

4) It doesn't matter if you're shy. We've dealt with shy brides and really shy grooms, and we can say they both feel more confident in this kind of session. Maybe at first it can feel weird, but we've developed ways to make the couple comfortable and actually enjoy their session.

5) You get to choose an amazing place! Is it a street? a park? a mountain? An abandoned train? An out this world landscape? Another country? We've done them all... We can help you think of the perfect place, although we think it is important that you choose something you identify with as a couple. Let us show you some examples:

Sedona Rocky Mountains in Arizona

Abandoned old cablecar station in Galipan, Venezuela

Striking streets of Valparaiso, Chile

A cool modern building in Miami, Florida

A mix of old and modern in the streets of Barcelona, Spain

A Puerto Escondido dreamy beach in Oaxaca, Mexico

Want to see more? Here's a mix of several amazing trash the dress post wedding session we've shoot, hope you enjoy it!

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This 2021 ended with the most amazing news for us. Two of our documentary shorts were nominated and awarded at the 2021 Suncoast EMMY award gala.

El peor lugar del mundo (The Worst Place on Earth)

In Venezuela there are hundreds and even thousands of childhood cancer patients who are forced to move to Caracas, the capital, in order to obtain medical attention. Many of them make a titanic effort to overcome the difficulties that this implies. One of them is Geremy. Every week, Geremy must travel to Caracas to complete his chemotherapy treatment. Leaving his town has become a nightmare and, perhaps for this reason, he considers Caracas as "The worst place on Earth." However, Geremy does not hate Caracas. He simply despises so much injustice, the heavy and tortuous journey and being in a place that does not belong to him in order to survive.

This documentary short film, written and directed by Priscilla Torres, Jorge Gonzalez an Luis Olavarrieta, received 3 awards for:

Human Interest, Short Form Content

Writer, Short Form Content

Narrator/Commentary, Short Form Content

If you want to make it a little better por kids like Geremy, please donate to Mama Lis Foundation


More than 30% of the Venezuelan children under 5 years old suffer from chronic malnutrition. And this number grows for towns and little villages in the country.

Soledad is a small town in the heart of Venezuela, known as "the place where criminals come to hide". A town full of necessity. However, currently more than 75,000 meals are being delievered per year.

More than 50 Venezuelan NGO´s fight against hunger in the country. Ending childhood hunger in Venezuela is the goal.

This documentary short film, directed by Edwin Corona Ramos and produced by Priscilla Torres received an awards for Societal Concern, Short Form Content.

Watch a glimpse of the exciting announcements from the Suncoast EMMY night!

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Did you know we don't shoot only weddings? Yup, we're constantly creating all sorts of films. Not so long ago we opened AL AGUA ORIGINALS a spin off from our wedding film business dedicated to develop original productions: feature films, series, documentaries, you name it!

We have a very special film we all feel very proud about and is "Nos Llaman Guerreras" (They call us Warriors), a Documentary Feature: In a country torn apart by political and economic upheaval, a team of young women finds refuge in a sport that rises above their personal poverty and gendered social status. But when this new soccer team goes undefeated in all of South America, these women find themselves in the position to win Venezuela's first World Cup and gain a new acceptance and voice in their home country.

We managed to get our baby into more than 30 film festivales around the world! It was a very rewarding experience.

We'll keep working very hard to gather more experiences such as this one.

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