Tiny But Mighty Films

Who we are...

A production company that specializes in inspiring audiences to think BIG instead of small.

Projects



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Sequins

"Sequins" is a glittery, fun, whimsical web series that chronicles the sometimes humorous, often uncomfortable, and always authentic adventures of Lucy. Lucy is a young woman who moves out of her childhood home in the lovely suburb of Cerritos to the mean streets of Los Angeles. The series is a romantic comedy with original musical sequences.

Teaser Trailer



Behind The Scenes



Sequins Cast



Mariko Van Kampen

as

Miriam

Michael Yama

as

Arthur

Joyce Fidler

as

Edith

Abe Pagtama

as

Ronald



Tyler White

as

Eddie

Brian Sabowski

as

Homeless Man

Jesse Pepe

as

Prince Charming

Farid Zarif

as

Za



Jennifer Emett

as

Pamela

Vince Brocato

as

Frank

Lynne Drabkowski

as

Myrtle

Ruby Tom

as

Ruby

Executive Producers



Sheila Tejada

Sheila Tejada has starred in numerous films, stage productions, and commercials. Recently, she was the female lead in the independent comedy feature, "Driving While Black" (dir. Paul Sapiano). She was reviewed as a "stand out performer" by Broadway World for her recent performance in "Wild Songs and Naked Souls" (dir. Gloria Gifford) and was nominated by the Madrid International Film Festival as Best Supporting Actress for her role in the short, "Vena Amoris" (dir. Armando Hermosilla).

Jesseal Amelia

Jesseal Amelia is a producer at Tiny But Mighty Films, working on the web series "Sequins" where she is also starring. Originally a Kansas City, MO native, Jesseal moved to Chicago to pursue her dream in the entertainment industry. Jesseal graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in film and theatre. After graduation, she was accepted into CCC's prestigious "Semester in Los Angeles" producing program. She is also a classically trained pianist as well as an accomplished dancer, having performed at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, President Obama's first inauguration, and the Rose Bowl Parade.

Director



Dale Fabrigar

A graduate of The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Dale Fabrigar has directed several award-winning film, shorts and pilots. His latest independent feature film Lonely Boy was critically acclaimed at many notable film festivals across the country.

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