All is fair if love is war. A middle aged couple spark an argument over something small that spirals into their deep-seeded pet peeves and resentments of one another. This light-hearted film was inspired by a hilarious, bickering argument my aunt and uncle were having one day.
Starring Susan Echols-Orton and Vincent Brady.
Written, Directed, and Edited by Matty Brown
Production Company: Workhouse Creative
Producer: Lindsay Martin
Cinematographer: Ed David
Original Music by: Reid Willis
Production Designer: Darcey Zoller
Chris wakes up after a wild night and finds his life in ruins.
Starring Chris Stathis, Jonas Alexander Sansone, Brandon J. Sornberger, & Toni Charline
Written by Adam Bowers & Chris Stathis
Directed & Edited by Adam Bowers
Cinematography by Christopher Hamilton
Production Design by Stephanie Hass
Costume Design by Romy Itzigsohn
Produced by Adam Hendricks, John Lang, & Greg Gilreath
“Sputnik” is a Maxim Zhestkov short film about the evolution of an extraterrestrial mind, and its journey to the light. The project was created with the help of industry leading artists from all over the world, including: United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Russia. Production of the full CG animated short film took a year and a half. All crew members worked on the project remotely. Maxim directed it and produced from his HQ in Ulyanovsk, Russia.
Director / Designer / Producer: Maxim Zhestkov
Compositing: Alexander Kulikov
Animation: Dmitrii Kolpakov
Character design: Ben Mauro
Mo-cap actor: Yaroslav Andronov
FX artist: Artur Gadzhiev
Character CG producer: Maxim Miheenko
Character artist: Konstantin Illin
Additional character artist: Nikita Replyanski
Foley artist: Ivan Savelyev
Foley recording: Anna Cigarkova
Sound design / music: Alexander Plotnikov
Representation: Scott Glassgold / Ground Control -- email@example.com
WARNING: Not for young children unless you want an awkward talk with them.
There comes a time in every parent's life when the harsh reality hits -- their child is growing up. And with that realization comes an event, a moment, faced with fear and trepidation, when said parent takes time from their busy day to have a special chat with their child, a talk if you will. And as with all parenting moments when dads are in charge, it goes horribly, horribly wrong.
The comedic slice-of-life short THE TALK is about such a parenting moment mishap. Starring the immensely talented JOHN HOOGENAKKER (Public Enemies, Empire) and lovable rising star ISABELLA CROVETTI-CRAMP (Joy, Colony) it is a cautionary tale of the pitfalls of parenting -- of epic proportions -- and reminds us that life is not always as it seems.
Directed by: Joe Otting
Written by: David I. Jenkins
Produced by: Joe Otting & Aaron Cooley
Music by: Nathan Furst
Cinematography by: Jeff Stonehouse
Production Design by: Merje Veske & Ermanno Di Febi-Orsini
Casting by: Mickie Paskal & Adrienne Stern