Greencard tells the true story of Andres, a Venezuelan migrant who, while at a coffee shop in New York City, loses his wallet and, with it, his US residency document.

The film explores the promise of hope, betterment and safety that immigration represents and that a Greencard symbolizes in the United States. In the film, Andres embarks on a journey to recover his document and, instead, rediscovers humanity and the power of forgiveness in the most unexpected of places.

Diversity, inclusion and belonging is at the core of Greencard’s message and, just as important, in how the film was cast and produced. The film features an award winning cast and crew composed of 100% women, minorities and multinationals with over 100 years of combined storytelling experience in theatre and film.



  • Jessus Zambrano as Andres Mora
  • Jarred Harper as Mark
  • Emiliano Cuesta as Gregory T. Knees

Special Guest Star
  • T. Oliver Reid as Will
  • Jay Alan as Coffee Shop Bearded Man


  • Directed by Jessus Zambrano
  • Written by Anna Maria Alaimo
  • Screenplay edited by Jose Rojano
  • Cinematography by Nicolás Vallejo
  • Original Music by Eric Laufer
  • Edited by Jose Rojano - Jaime Esteban

  • Produced by Kaina Dominguez (Emmy Winner 2017)
  • Executive Producers Jessus Zambrano - Frida Torresblanco