Henry Alberto, wrote the award-winning She Kills He, which aired on MTV’s LOGO, and was voted “Best Short Film” by viewers. It screened at international film festivals including Rhode Island International, Outfest, and Frameline, while the Miami Short Film Festival awarded it “Best Local Film”.
He directed and wrote the short film Rubber Duckie, which screened worldwide, and released by Artiztical Entertainment.
He directed the short film My Best Friend, Ben, which is currently being screened at various festivals. Recent producing credits include Sprout, which he co-wrote and premiered at the Cleveland International Film Festival, as well as Whittier Boulevard whose story centers on André a 17 year old transgender Latino guy. Screenings include Outfest, San Antonio Cinefest, Wicked Queer: Boston LGBT, and Seattle Transgender Film Festival to name a few.
His experimental feature film Hara Kiri made it’s World Premiere at the New Orleans Film Festival and was acquired for distribution by Breaking Glass Pictures (US) and Salzgeber & Co. (DE).
Henry is an alumnus of the Outfest Screenwriting Fellowship, and mentor of Outset: The Young Filmmakers Project by Lifeworks and Outfest. Most recently, Henry received a prestigious Yaddo fellowship and a Sundance Institute sponsored Latino Screenwriting Project Fellowship.