FBC Films is a film production company dedicated to bring diverse, multicultural perspectives to the science fiction and horror genres. FBC is a joint venture between award-winning actor/writer/director Bruce Faulk and serial entrepreneur, Caroline Ceniza-Levine.
Bruce Faulk is a native of Chelsea, New York. Since graduating the original High School of Performing Arts and Carnegie Mellon with a BFA in Acting, he has been an actor, director, writer and producer. As a writer Bruce has received grants from The Jerome Foundation and The NEA and his play, Rhythm I was Sayin’, was a finalist for the O’Neill festival. NY writing credits include Wally and the Chosen Few produced by The Drilling Company & Scenes From a Newark Boogie (Village Voice Choice) produced for The Ice Factory Festival at the Ohio theater. He has been a member of Primary Stages New American Writers Group, and Playwrights Horizons Writers Group. Recently, the short film he wrote, produced, directed and starred in (whew…) of Wally and the Chosen Few, won Best Ensemble Cast at the Downtown NY Short Film festival. Some favorite acting roles include: Gus Garcia on The Unusuals, Marshal Rawley on The Sopranos and the very evil Proteus on All My Children for two seasons. He has directed films for NYU and helped to produce the award winning short, Tai Tai, which was accepted to the Cannes Film Festival. Bruce can be reached at email@example.com or @fbcfilms.
Caroline Ceniza-Levine is an entrepreneur and investor: founding partner of SixFigureStart® success coaching; partner at Redseeds Consulting executive search; founding member of Comic Diversity stand-up comedy troupe; and founding partner of FBC Films independent film production. Caroline is a regular contributor to Forbes.com and has been quoted in leading media, including TV appearances on CBS, CNN and Fox Business and mentions in BusinessWeek, Money, Fortune, Newsweek, NPR, Real Simple, and Success Magazine. She is the co-author of two books: “Six Steps To Job Search Success” 2011, Flat World Knowledge; and “How the Fierce Handle Fear: Secrets to Succeeding in Challenging Times” (2010, Two Harbors Press) and is a 2010 grant recipient of the Jones New York Empowerment Fund. Caroline can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or @fbcfilms.