A suppressed office worker discovers that his job and co-workers are part of an experimental system that is designed for something much more malicious.
WINNER: Best Scifi at the RI International Film Festival. 1st Place Vortex Award 2014.
WINNER: Precious Award at Maverick Movie Awards 2014
NOMINEE: Best Short Film at Sanford Int'l Film Festival 2014
"Worm Free Society is the best kind of science fiction, the kind that takes a real world issue and makes it fantastical in order to deal with it in an intelligent way" - Rogue Cinema
"...a great story that deserves to be seen by more people" - Rogue Cinema
"An intensely dark short film with excellent pacing" - Boston Film Industry Examiner
"an entertaining film with an intriguing premise" - Strangers in Cinema.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Rajah is an award-winning, New England based Director and Cinematographer with a decade experience in making indie style films. In 2013, Rajah won Best Cinematographer at the 'We Like 'em Short Film Fest' for his work on the short film “Silent Wave” and he was nominated in the Best Cinematography category by Motif Magazine his work on the short film, “His Take on Her”. He graduated from Mass Art in 2007 where he began refining his style. In the past, he has been praised for having "the eye", being very creative, and very resourceful with limited budgets.
He recently released Worm Free Society' which he directed in 2011. WFS is making its festival rounds winning the PRECIOUS AWARD at the Maverick Movie Awards, nominated for BEST SHORT by the Sanford International Film Festival and now it's Official Selection at the RI International Horror Film Festival. He is currently serving at DP on District C-11 after wrapping cinematography work on Parallel, Spin the Plate, and "A Killer Serve".
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