You can cut off our head, but we will grow another.


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Peggy Bruen (WGAw) is an award-winning writer-producer of multimedia shorts and feature films as well as Off-Broadway where she started. Bruen has a strong background in marketing and fundraising for such notable organizations as the Music Center of Los Angeles and Pantages Theatre.

Peggy works in entertainment  and received international acclaim for her award-winning short, “Diversions” Berlinale and Slamdance and hundreds of Film Festivals worldwide.  She scripted/produced “An Existential Affair” executive produced by Martin Landau. Peggy negotiated all branding opportunities "Affair" premiered at the Malibu Film Festival and is distributed by Maverick Entertainment.

Peggy owns and operates Bruen History Films and Hydra Films, LLC a production services company which produces independent media and music videos. Peggy programmed for Los Angeles International Shorts Film Festival and Slamdance.

Now a New Yorker, Peggy's arms are wide open.



Sean Delgado (DGA Director 1963-2012): Born in New York City, Sean attended one of the foremost private art colleges in the country, The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. His first film, The Same As Today, a political satire, won awards on the festival circuit.

Sean had great respect and passion for cinema and actors working in New York City with the Ensemble Studio Theatre and in Los Angeles through First Stage's One-Act Marathons and Bold Films .

He co-produced AN EXISTENTIAL AFFAIR with Oscar winner Martin Landau and directed Michael Imperioli in his first film.  Sean directed Little Saigon, a feature comedy/thriller with Long Nguyen in post production.

Sean and Peggy were partners and parents for over 20 years together in Hollywood before brain cancer tragically took his life at 48. 

Our commitment in over 20 years in the arts, in NY and Hollywood, is to share and explore personal expression and impressions through the medium of film, fulfilling our purpose to provoke and challenge human curiosity in a way conducive to the expansion and enrichment of the imagination beyond the norm, but in sync with traditional mores.