To reset the Hollywood culture by facilitating creative and financial independence for visionaries within the entertainment industry.
Reset the culture
Be the digital media platform to express authentic, provocative, even controversial work, creating global change, empathy, and enlightenment. Empower and equip a collective of entertainment industry professionals with the tools necessary to reach their highest potential of artistic contribution.
A global media phenomenon
To incorporate all facets of the world of entertainment, technology, and business into a global media phenomenon. The Platform showcases the work of artistic collaborations while building solid and profitable business models, creating a global footprint in the entertainment and technology industries.
”We don't have a diversity problem. We have an inclusion crisis.Stacy L. SmithProfessor, USC
Time to change the status quo
Who is this for?
DISRUPTORS! Film, music, aesthetics, fashion, media.
No matter what segment of the entertainment industry you are interested in, anyone can participate. Have a great idea that will make a difference and disrupt the industry?
Inclusion. Diversity. Purpose.
Do you have a brilliant idea for a super dope project that will ultimately disrupt the entertainment industry, demonstrate social good, inclusion, diversity and purpose. We will be asking you to prove your project will push the boundaries, enrich society and help create universal change!
Applications for The Platform will be launching soon.
We are a team of experts across all industries and disciplines. Say hello to the group of pioneers getting The Platform off the ground.
“I would say my greatest accomplishments are the lives of my children and students that I’ve impacted. As a teacher I’ve influenced thousands of lives over the years and still do. I’ve taught and coached kids in music, theatre, and sports. I’ve won various championships and received numerous awards but that doesn't really mean shit to me. My life is about legacy. And I want my legacy to be that I had a vision and would stop at nothing to see it come to pass. People will tell you, if there’s anyone who thought they could come to Hollywood and make it, it would be me. It’s not about chasing your dreams, it’s about LIVING your dreams!”
Aside from being chosen as one of the best basketball players in Andalucia, she was the captain of their team for a couple of years as well.
Her father wasn’t so keen on her playing basketball and traveling a lot, but her older brothers, all businessmen, though very busy, were her biggest support group. And, of course, there’s Uncle Pedro. ”He was my biggest fan. Uncle Pedro would always watched me play, and always supported me. He thought I was the best, obviously,” she quips with a laugh.
She left her parents’ house at the age of 18 and have been forging the course of her life since then. Putting in so many hours working out during the day had tired her tremendously thereby affecting the results of her exams, and by sheer happenstance, a bike accident placed her back on track. She had to stay at home for days to recuperate, had the chance to study, passed her exams and finished college.
Thinking about her future, Leni quit basketball despite the protests of her coach and moved to Granada to pursue a degree in Business and Tourist Activities which she finished within three years. She then moved to Marbella, handled a lot of other jobs one of which was selling luxury cars. It was while working in the Accounting department of an International investments company that she was given the opportunity to visit the New York Stock Exchange.
With business-minded parents for role models who helped her focus on the positive, and have driven her to follow her dreams, she went into business and co-owned a clothing store with her sister. Her parents own an olive tree farm in Spain, and her dad owns a company that deals with slot machines called Recreativos Zahira.
Now a full-fledged actress and a producer, Leni didn’t have an inkling that she will be in the ‘showbiz’ world at all. With an inquisitive mind, she once thought that she would be a reporter, and in college, while taking up Tourism, she thought that being a director of a big hotel was the life for her.
As a young kid, Leni and her friends were earning money performing for their neighborhood, putting up plays and music videos in their little street called Calle Cazorla. They even had a private club and had created their own radio station, “Radio Palanganas que transmite cuando le da la gana.” She would always compete in the ‘Playbacks’ where she “normally won.”
Growing up watching movies and TV shows, she’s always been fascinated by how the actors and actresses can easily memorize their lines, and how they can make their acting look so real. When her sister took her to ESAEM Escuela de Artes Escenicas, a light bulb turned on in her mind. It was then that she realized that acting was her passion. She took classes on acting, modeling, dancing, singing, even fencing, anything that can help her in utilizing her talent and fulfill her calling. Her career took off when she played the lead in “The Print,” “La Debutante,” and “6.09” –
though short films, had garnered awards and recognition.
Being the hard-worker that she is, she held three jobs at one point in her life. That was when she decided to take a vacation for a month in Miami. So obsessed with acting at that time, she booked for a role in the soap opera “Eva Luna,” and after that got offered other roles which she declined, opting to go back home to Spain, having her mindset into coming to Los Angeles instead. According to Leni, “I fell in love with the idea of living in the USA.”
Equipped with big ambitions and a great determination, she looks forward to working with the best directors, especially, with one of her favorites, Woody Allen. Leni dreams of working in big international movies and TV series as well. “And, why not, I would like to win an Oscar as the best actress one day,” she further stated. In the meantime, she has several projects lined up for production, one of which topic is very close to her heart as it will help bring help and awareness to a lot of people.
She is happy with what she’s accomplished, including being awarded the Best Supporting Actress Honorable Mention Award at the South Film and Arts Academy Festival in Lima for her short film “Muerete, Mi Amor,” which she produced in Spain, snagging the Best LGBT Short Film Award as well.
On her free time, Leni loves to workout, practice yoga, play pickeball, hike, and ride her bike to the beach. A focused person, she loves to read and learn new things as much as she can. She is happiest when she is surrounded by her good friends, fun, and positive people. She loves to laugh, enjoys jokes, and likes to take things lightly. She is most annoyed with people who complain all the time. ”They live in victimilandia. I get rid of them fast,” says Leni.
“Being inspired by others artists, I feel like we all can do much more for the world with our messages. I love to see women that have created their own empire. They motivate me,” ends Leni.
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