Victorino Noval interests lie in film, music, and television and new media based in Spain.
Noval’s current projects include Executive Producing the Michael Jackson behind the scenes biopic Michael: The Last Photo Shoots, and the Abigail Spencer film Wrong Number. Victorino is also re-teaming with James Franco for the just announced Black Dog, Red Dog with Noval as Executive Producer and Franco, Olivia Wilde and Chloë Sevigny. He also made The Color of Time with James Franco, Mila Kunis and Jessica Chastain.
Victorino Noval Productions also produced Jeremy Irons documentary Sahaya Going Beyond and with Peter Berg he made The Hill that Chris Climbed. .
The Victorino Noval Foundation is active in supporting the arts through the multi-cultural media community. The Foundation was created in memory of Victorino Noval, an entrepreneur and generous donor to numerous worthwhile causes. Victorino Noval, Jr., assists his son Franco Noval, in ensuring the Foundation runs as a loving legacy to improve Cuban-American relations and promote students interest in film careers, including working with Reel Aid.
The Victorino Noval Foundation benefits organizations globally by sponsoring cultural exchange programs, education sports and fitness programs for kids, science and technology as well as emerging artists that otherwise might never have a chance to pursue opportunities. The Foundation has also helped raise millions of dollars through its participation in charitable events held at The Vineyard Beverly Hills featuring numerous guests including James Cameron, Halle Berry, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, Charlize Theron, Jimmy Kimmel, Salma Hayek, and more.
The Vineyard Beverly Hills also hosted the first ever Diamond Ball featuring Rihanna who headlined on behalf of the Clara Lionel Foundation. The Vineyard Beverly Hills has been called one of the most beautiful properties and will be used to house major art installations.