1. Every spring the summit of Mount Everest draws people from around the world. But in its shadow live the Sherpa, a resilient, religious people, who, despite the riches surrounding the highest peak on earth, are still quite poor and uneducated.

    A child of the Khumbu, Apa Sherpa climbed Everest 21 times. Pulled away at the age of 12 to work as a high altitude porter, like so many others, he would leave his family for months, risking his life on the mountain. Through his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims to create a different future for his people.

    As Apa says, "without education we have no choice."

    Check out the Virtual Reality version of the movie here: youtu.be/xYSNQMTGrTU

    In order of appearance: Pemba Sherpa, Apa Sherpa, Mingma Sherpa
    Producer: Malcolm Sangster
    Director: Eric Crosland
    DP: Leo Horn
    Cinematography: Eric Crosland, Erik Pütsep
    Drone / Camera Assist: Clay Mitchell
    Editor: Jay Macmillan
    Visual Effects: Jeremy Kenning
    Written by: Mitchell Scott, Jay Macmillan, Malcolm Sangster
    Associate Producers: Dave Mossop, Mitchell Scott, Jerry Mika
    Additional Cinematography: Everest Media Productions, Stranger Than Fiction Films, Renan Ozturk, Ralf Dujmovits
    Post Production Supervisor: Tim Symes
    Colorist: Eric Rosen
    Sound Design & Mix: Jeff Yellen
    Location Sound: Steve Henderson
    Production Manager: Roland Eksteins
    Still Photography: Paul Arthur Lockhart
    Executive Producers: Magnus Welander, Tina Liselius, Erik Pütsep
    Narrated by: Apa Sherpa

    Custom Score by: Jacob Yoffee jacobyoffeemusic.com

    Special thanks to the Apa Sherpa Foundation (apasherpafoundation.org) and Thule (thule.com)

    # vimeo.com/270499256 Uploaded 232K Plays 88 Comments
  2. Watch the feature on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/movie/minutes/id1373072601

    Created by Jim Cummings and Dustin Hahn

    # vimeo.com/205973976 Uploaded 205K Plays 75 Comments
  3. A man becomes maniacally obsessed with chasing off his teenage daughter's new boyfriend in this dark comedy about identity, hypocrisy, and how the ways that we cope can lead us astray. Based on the story by acclaimed Irish author Kevin Barry from his collection "Dark Lies the Island."

    Official selection of the Oscar-Qualifying Galway Film Fleadh, LA Shorts Fest, and Cork International Film Festival, and 35 additional festivals.

    Featured in Directors Notes, Film Shortage, and Aint It Cool News' Short of the Week:




    WINNER - Best Cinematography in a Short Film, Galway Film Fleadh
    WINNER - Best Short Film; Best Actor in Short Film (Aodhan McArdle), Best Director, Short Film - LA Comedy Festival
    WINNER - Best Short Film - Kansas City Film Festival
    WINNER - Best Short Film, Drama/Comedy - The Indie Gathering
    WINNER - Best International Short Film; Best Editing; Best Director; - Canberra International Film Festival
    WINNER - Best Short Film, Comedy - Zamoxis Short Film Festival

    Directed by Robert McKeon
    Based on the Story by Kevin Barry
    Produced by Michael Donnelly V, Robert McKeon
    Screenplay by Robert McKeon
    Cinematography by Daniel Katz

    Starring Aidan McArdle, Angeline Ball, Wallis Day, Lauryn Canny, Craig Grainger

    Edited by Chris Catanach
    Additional Editors Weston Archer, Dan Swietlik A.C.E.

    Original Score by Kevin Seaton

    Casting by Louise Kiely

    Production Design by Kate Moylan

    Featuring music by Grouplove


    Copyright 2015. Empathic Films, LLC

    # vimeo.com/202706238 Uploaded
  4. After a snipers mission is compromised he must rely on his deadbeat housemate to see him through.

    Official Selection In-Competition SHNIT 2016

    UPDATE I wrote a blog post about the process involved in making this short:

    Written & Directed by Ari Kruger
    Starring Adrian Collins, Brent Palmer & Paddy Lyster
    Shot by James Adey
    Music composed by Chris Querido
    Edited by Ari Kruger
    Produced by Debra Stubbs & Janette de Villiers

    "Dangling Man" performed by Lance Herman

    A Sketchbook Studios Production

    # vimeo.com/168812053 Uploaded 195K Plays 35 Comments
  5. Yassin Terou fled Syria with a suitcase and a few hundred dollars. He knew no one in Knoxville, Tennessee, and he spoke no English, but he went there to rebuild his life and pursue his dream of perfect falafel anyway.

    Every business starts with a dream, and Square exists to serve them—every kind of dream. “Yassin Falafel” is our first short film chronicling our remarkable sellers and their tireless pursuit of their dreams.
    Production Company: Even/Odd
    Executive Producers: Malcolm Pullinger & Mohammad Gorjestani
    Creative Director: Malcolm Pullinger
    Director: Mohammad Gorjestani
    Producer: Ashley Rodholm
    Director of Photography: Devin Whetstone
    Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
    Sound Design/Mix: Joel Raabe
    Composer: Keith Kenniff

    Square Creative Team:
    Creative Director: Sean Conroy
    Head of Production: Justin Lomax
    Editor: Carl Sturgess
    Assistant Editor: Steven Dupré
    Post Production Supervisor: Nicholas Brown
    Production Coordinator: Lisa Yadao

    "One of my dreams is to get our message everywhere. Even the people who decide, oh, they don’t like Muslims, they don’t like refugees, they don’t like immigrants, we have to change their ideas about it. And that’s our job and that’s our message. If you believe in something, you don’t have to leave it and just go. I say, “No.” We’re going to keep the American dream going because this country is for everybody."

    # vimeo.com/201176198 Uploaded 108K Plays 94 Comments


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