Independent Filmmakers

  1. Alan Williams: Creatures of the Deep offers an insight into the mind and work of the immensely talented Brighton sculptor Alan Williams, who turns scrap metal into amazing animal figures. Looking into his dark influences and childhood, this biopic explores Alan's practice, presenting the work of a true artist who holds “great talent, imagination and humility”.

    Alan Williams |
    Director - Ben Cox |
    Music - MOUNT BANK [Sam Organ] |

    Alan’s creative practice began in his childhood, creating fantastical hybrid creatures using old toys and a tube of glue. Currently entering his 14thth year of practice, Alan’s passion is making animals and creatures from mostly found and recycled metal; transforming recognisable every day objects into beautifully detailed, sculptural artworks. His unique hand crafted works imaginatively reference nature; animals, plants, textures, form and movement. Commissions include sculpture, architectural installations, furniture and many of his public artworks are on display in locations throughout Sussex and the UK.

    Ben Cox - Director
    "This film is the result of the wanting to create a passion project based around a local Brighton artist. The resulting film has surpassed all my original expectations both in the final product and the experience I had in making it. Working with Alan over the 6 months has been a wonderful experience and I have been exposed to an artist of great talent, imagination and humility. The project has been a wonderful collaboration, with Alan putting a lot of trust and faith in me as a filmmaker and I enjoyed every second of it".

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  2. "In the vast waters of the Salish Sea, dwells an unseen glory... an abundance of life."
    This is a glimpse into the life of the fishing industry in Bellingham, WA. Not many know the details of the complex process that fish take from the sea to the dinner table. This film tells the story of just a few individuals who give of themselves every day to feed the masses.
    I came onto this project at the beginning of August and hit the ground running, learning about a complex industry that I knew nothing of. Being from the Midwest, I was completely green to every aspect. It is indeed a way of life that has shaped the PNW for centuries. Seeing the love the fishers, harvesters, processors, tenders, chefs, and retailers put behind their work for seafood was incredibly inspiring. It is truly an art-form.
    They are your unseen masters, your neighbors, your family, your servants of the Salish Sea.
    Director & Writer - Evan Pollock
    Production Company - POLLOCK PICTURES
    Executive Producer - Debbie Granger of Bellingham Seafeast
    Producer - Sydni Baumgart
    Editor - Evan Pollock
    Camera Operator - Evan Polllock
    Camera Operator - Joshua Thomas Gray
    Director of Photography - Evan Pollock
    1st AC - Brian Russell
    Assistant Writers - Brannon Powers & Jerome Pollock
    Production Assistant - Sydni Baumgart
    Music Courtesy of The Music Bed
    Composers - Salomon Ligthelm & Ryan Taubert
    Post Production Sound Mixing & Design - Evan Pollock
    Shot on Sony A7S & FS5
    Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    Narrator - Kevin Short
    Gillnetter - Jacob Imholt
    Purse Seiners - Lucas & Kyle Kinley
    Crabber - Dana Wilson
    Tenders - Keith Carpenter & Riley Starks
    Oyster Farmers - Steve & Mark Seymour
    Processors - Trident, Home Port, & Bornstein Seafoods
    Chef - Eric Johnson with Keenan's at the Pier
    Chef - Blaine Wetzel with The Willows Inn
    Retail - Caleb with Haggen Northwest Fresh

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  3. Story of a fifteen year old boy, who wants to overcome his acrophobia by making first parachute jump.
    Director's cut.

    Directed by Philipp Yuyryev
    Dop: Mikhail Khursevich
    Creative producer: Ilya Povolozkiy
    Executive producer: Pavel Sarychev
    Sound: Nikita Gankin
    Assistant director: Anton Zverev
    Color: Artem Leonov

    Boy: Vlad Martynov
    Coach: Vladimir Matrunich

    Production: Blackchamber 2016

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  4. Danish star Albert Bendix leads A Color Green's directorial debut as Mute Man, a tongue-chopping madman chasing three kids who stumble into his neck of the woods.

    Official Selection: San Sebastian Horror Festival 2016, Morbido Festival 2016, Sydney Underground Film Festival 2016, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2016, La Mano Festival de Cine Fantástico y de Terror 2016, Tucson TerrorFest 2016, Bogota Short Film Festival 2016, Mirror Mountain Film Festival 2016, Little Terrors 2016, Twisted Horror Film Festival 2016, South African Horror Fest 2016, Buried Alive Film Festival 2016, Morce-Go Vermelho Film Festival 2016, Glasgow Horror Festival 2016, Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival 2016, Haunted Oaks Film Festival 2016, Slash & Bash Film Festival 2016, Horrible Imaginings 2016, FilmQuest 2016, SEVERED 2016, BK Horror Club 2016

    Albert Bendix... Mute Man
    Joseph Talluto... The Hunter
    Catherine Beckett... Mute 1
    Tripp Jakovich... Mute 2
    Lauren Culp... Mute 3

    Director... A Color Green
    Cinematography... Alessandro Santoro
    Executive Producer... Kyle Garrett Greenberg
    Producer... Alessandro Santoro, Cameron Krause, Elise Nulman, Tripp Jakovich
    Make Up & Special Effects... Dylan Pecora
    Sound Design... Michael Fowler
    Sound Recording... Stephanie Choriatis
    Assistant Director... AK Espada
    Costume Design... Hannah Stein, Davie Kaim

    Limited Edition VHS available at:







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  5. Starring: Neil Holland, Tony Award winner Reed Birney, 2x Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, and Sondra James.

    In MIRED, written and directed by Tony Glazer, a young man wakes to find his mud-covered relatives back from the dead. MIRED is a funny, endearing and ambiguous dark comedy that explores themes of grief, regret and how to move on with life.

    Award of Excellence: Short Film, Accolade Global Film Competition
    Award of Excellence: Actor: Leading (Neil Holland), Accolade Global Film Competition
    Winner: Best Actor in a Short Film (Neil Holland), 2016 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards
    Winner: Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film (Reed Birney), 2016 Long Island International Film Expo
    Nominee: Best Showcase Short Film, 2016 Soho International Film Festival
    Semi Finalist: 2016 Los Angeles Cinefest
    Official Selection: 2016 Boardwalk Film Festival
    Official Selection: 2016 Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
    Official Selection: 2016 Gold Coast International Film Festival
    Official Selection: 2016 Big Apple Film Festival

    Written and Directed by Tony Glazer
    Based on the short story "Mud", by Geoffrey Forsyth
    Starring: Neil Holland, Reed Birney, Sutton Foster and Sondra James.
    Produced by: Neil Holland, Summer Crockett Moore and Tony Glazer.

    Man: Neil Holland
    Grandmother: Sondra James
    Father: Reed Birney
    Wife: Sutton Foster
    Neighbor Carpenter: Guy Hallar
    News Anchorwoman: Summer Crockett Moore

    Director of Photography: Adrian Correia
    Line Producer: Bethany Hedges
    Production Coordinator: Marshall Simon
    First Assistant Director: Luis Restrepo
    Second Assistant Dirtector: Matt Fleck
    Key PA: Alexis Maldonado
    First Assistant Camera: Alec Nickel
    Second Assistant Camera: Kelli Wilcoxen
    Production Designer: Kory Diskin
    Set Dresser: Guy Hallar
    Property Master: Kory Diskin
    Key Makeup & Hair Artist: Life Knyper
    Costume Designer: Lisa Harlow-Powell
    Gaffer: Jackson Eagan
    Key Grip: Blake Horn
    Swing: David Spadora
    Swing/Driver: Butch Savage
    Sound Mixer: Dan Bricker
    Boom Operator: Finn Pfeffer
    Digital Imaging Tech: John Kirsten
    Location Manager: Summer Crockett Moore
    Assistant Location Manager: Marshall Simon
    Assistant to the Director: Gina Jones Roche
    Production Assistants: Harris Doran, Thomas James, Patrick Coons, Ariel Holland
    Production Intern: Andrew Irving
    Grip and Electric Gear Provided by: Solar Plexus

    Editor: Kevin Rogers
    Original Score: Andre Fratto
    Post Production Supervisor: Choice Films Inc.
    Titles by: Kevin Rogers
    Sound Facility: Audioworks NY
    DI Facility: Backslash Bomb Productions
    DI Colorist: Kevin Rogers
    Accounting Services: Rebecca Iacobellis, CPA
    Payroll Services: Wells Fargo Payroll
    Insurance: Entertainment Pro Insurance
    Poster Designer: David Blais
    Web Designer: J2 Design NYC, Inc.

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