“Rest,” is the story of a young American soldier who dies in WW1 and ninety years later unearths himself from a grave in the European countryside. Shot over the course of a week in Mendocino County, Morongo Valley and New York City, the film is a dark, but beautiful meditation on a wayward soul’s pursuit of peace.
Starring: Josh Rowe, Caitlin Helms
Director: Cole Schreiber
Cinematography: James Laxton
Editor: Kevin Zimmerman
Composer: Keegan Dewitt
Producers: Brett Marty, Cherie Saulter
Make Up: Chris Proctor
Production Design: Morgan Hall
Costume Design: Aggie Guerrad Rodgers, Chris Proctor
First AC: Jay Keitel
Second Camera: Ethan Scott
Sound Recording: Marcus Thompson
The Mill NY
Visual Effects: Gigi Ng, Jade Kim
Post Producers: Maura Hurley, Bethan Thomas
Title Design: Monica Perez, Georgia Tribuiani
Sound Designer: Kevin Zimmerman
Sound Mixer: Rohan Young
Written and Directed by Patrick Kalyn
Cinematographer: Cliff Hokanson
Produced by Gabriel Paul Napora / Triton Films
Music by Sam Hulick
Manager: Scott Glassgold / Ground Control
Feature length synopsis: In the wake of an alien infestation, an ex-special forces soldier's daughter is killed in an alien attack. Seeking revenge, she leads a team deep into alien territory to a quarantined lab. Soon, she discovers the aliens aren't alien at all, but a failed government experiment to create a bio-hybrid soldier. She must then expose the governments cover-up and save the last standing city in the quarantined zone from falling.
Original Soundtrack available at: http://samhulick.bandcamp.com/album/hybrids
Designed and Developed by Jinha Lee
with Alex Olwal, Hiroshi Ishii, Cati Boulanger. leejinha.com/spacetop
Microsoft Applied Sciences Group, MIT Media Lab
Assistant in Development: Akimitsu Hogge, John Weiss
The part of design and framework of the Spacetop was formerly presented as See Through 3D Desktop through Microsoft TechForum 2012. On top of its precursor, SpaceTop adds new concepts and applications such as shadow touchpad / CAD, writing, photo editing
Completed in 2011, Worlds Apart tells the story of a young Central California family caught in an unimaginable situation. Told through the eyes of a child's teddy bear, Worlds Apart is part cautionary fairytale and part science fiction thriller. The film has garnered fourteen Best Animation awards from festivals around the globe.
This version of Worlds Apart features an excellent film score by Chad Seiter. Having worked on films such as The Incredibles and Ratatouille, Chad was the perfect person to undertake the score and orchestration for Worlds Apart. For the final recording Chad assembled some of the most talented musicians in Hollywood, this included artists from the LA Philharmonic.
This is the third film written, produced, and directed by Michael Zachary Huber.
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