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Trinidad Entertainment Group is a Los Angeles-based production company focused on telling stories focused on people of Latin-American, and Afro-Latinos. We love producing Feature films, Short Films, Web Series, and Music Videos. The company was founded in 2017 by Yissendy Trinidad. What differentiates us from other businesses is our ability to truly connect with our clients, and provide the exceptional, compassionate service they deserve. To learn more, simply browse through our site.



A beautiful, young Latina powerhouse finds that love in La La Land is hard to come by as she tries to find Mr. Right among so many wrongs.

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Doumi girls are the story of three girls when overnight their life plunges into the unknown world in Koreatown in Los Angeles working karaoke until their lives take an unexpected turn between lust, money, and saving their lives.










Yissendy Trinidad

Yissendy Trinidad was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Her family relocated to Boston, Massachusetts, when she was 18 years old. She adapted well to her new home in the United States, teaching herself English by watching American TV and learning the songs she loved hearing on the radio. After graduating from college in 2013. Yissendy moved to Los Angeles, where she has pursued her acting career. She has appeared in over 25 projects and has been expanding her passions for the arts as she has now formed her own production company: Trinidad Entertainment Group. She has multiple projects currently in production. She loves motivating others, and she is a self-published author of her motivational book “Aim for The Stars: The key to reaching the sky.”




With over 25 years' experience in TV, PR, Marketing and Event Production for established and emerging brands and talents. London Moore has received critical acclaim from industry, community and business leaders. As a former publicist London boasted an impressive clientele list, such as Warren G., Countess Vaughn, Angie Stone, Yolande Denise, Spider Loc (G-Unit), Toy Connor, Indigo, Mark Withers, Dre Allen, Shawn Peterson, Sy Smith, Jason Steed, Thornell Jones, Ray Cunningham, and others.  

Prior to his career in Public Relations, London was integral in the formation and ownership of numerous entertainment properties. In 2003, he started Moore Star Talent Management, a talent management company for dance choreographers. Later he helped form Mo Dev Records, Inc. an independent record label distributed through Fontana/Universal. Equally noted for his diverse charitable activities, London is the driving force behind the Social Fashion Week Los Angeles, a nonprofit organization that produces quarterly celebrity fashion shows for charity. After practicing talent management and artist development for several years, London focused on his passion for proactive communications. His previous clients have been seen and heard in such places as the American Grammy Awards, The Today Show, MTV, MTV Music Awards, BET Television, ABC, NBC and The Los Angeles Times. A client advocate and business diplomat, London knows how to apply strategic planning to achieve goals and objectives. 

Presently London is the owner of Celebrity Red Carpets, a event design and production company with two offices; Los Angeles, CA and Las Vegas, NV. The multimillion-dollar company's clientele includes companies such as AMC, Netflix, Disney, BET Network, Fox, TV One, OWN Network, and Marvel. 
London is highly respected and recognized as a “first call” expert with respect to event production and entertainment.  



Charlie Grey

Director, Cinematographer, Writer, Composer, Producer and Musician, Charlie Grey is an LA-based, award-winning film director.​

Hailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico; Charlie Grey always had a passion for moving images. At the age of 17, he shot, directed, and edited his first music video, which kickstarted a career in music and production. Because of it, he moved to New York City. While networking in the Brooklyn indie scene, he found his skills were better handled behind a camera which catapulted him into this newfound/unknown love he had for video production.​

After just a few months, he moved on to head the media department at Majorstage, (a music and event production company) recording videos for over 150 live events across NYC, all the while, unbeknownst to him, obtaining recognition as a solid videographer.

After working for over a year at Majorstage, his interests in narrative work grew bolder, which then led him to work as a Junior Editor at PushStory (NYC-based Marketing, Advertising, and Narrative production company), refining his eye for narrative-based content.

5 music videos, 200+ live events, and 3 indie films later, Charlie Grey hopes to become a well-rounded and prominent figure in entertainment.



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