American-Venezuelan independent filmmaker Iris Beatrix has been dedicated to film and video production for over ten years. She began her career under the name Moloko Pussycat Factory sneaking her camcorder into underground electronic music parties in Florida to capture the scene and the lifestyle for a twenty-minute “picture-book” film entitled Bass Frequency (2001).
Her second documentary Electro Dziska (2003), a more in depth look at the uprising of electronic music, has received international acclaim and has been globally showcased in Europe, the US, and Latin America. Iris Beatrix just directed her first international commercial for a new Circle K product, Polar Pop, that will be airing in the US and Canada. The spot is a fun mix of live action and animation and is part of an image rebrand for the Circle K chain.
Also, Iris Beatrix has begun work on a series of spots which will air on MTV Tr3�s to promote the return of the popular talent search show, Dame Un Break. Iris Beatrix has produced, directed, and edited many music videos, most recently for reggae band Rasun, Love You The Way I Do. She has also edited music videos for legendary freestyle artists such as Planet Patrol III and Italo-Disco singing sensation, Sally Shapiro. Her work for CreativeSeen includes Watagatapitusberry featuring Pitbull, El Cata, Sensato and Black Point, My Girl featuring Honorebel, Sean Kingston, and Trina, Electroman featuring Benny Benassi and T-Pain, Cancion Para Ti by Sania (original score for feature film Sin Ella), Tati Tal Vez and many more.