The creative force behind C.M. Castillo Content is Carlos Castillo, who has a track record of targeting niche audiences with innovative print and film products.
On the print side, Castillo published Pitreadie Digest, a newsletter that covered commercial real estate financing, from 2007 to 2012. Castillo has written for a variety of publications and edited award-winning newspapers in California’s Silicon Valley.
Castillo owned and operated an innovative bricks-and-mortar bookstore, Loveable Rogue, in Novato, California, from 2012 to 2015. Loveable Rogue has since transitioned to an online storefront.
Castillo has authored many articles on film, particularly on marketing and distributing to the Latino demographic, for several publications, including the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper.
Castillo’s film “Hidden Parts,” a finalist in competition as a screenplay, was exhibited in various cities nationwide and aired on PBS. He is currently producing a documentary film on former world-champion boxer Bobby Chacon.
Castillo earned his bachelor's degree in journalism from California State University, Fresno. He studied filmmaking at San Francisco State University and the City College of San Francisco.
Besides making several short films and videos in the early 1990s, Castillo worked as a production assistant on "Interview with the Vampire" for Geffen Pictures in 1993.