1. Red Scare


    from Sam Platizky Added 250 0 0

    Red Scare is the 2nd feature length film created by Narrow Bridge Films. When the evil Vlad Sinisterski invades the United States with an army of zombies, the only ones who can stand in his way are a bumbling American hero, a teenage rebel, a star reporter, and a frightened teenage girl. Red Scare is an homage to the movies of Mel Brooks and Jerry Zucker. I am the writer/producer of Red Scare. I also play “Rex Steel.” If you enjoy this movie, please share it, maybe leave a tip, and consider purchasing a DVD copy: http://www.amazon.com/Platizky-Christina-Bussiere-Gonzalez-Mitchell/dp/B00IMQWSMW/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1428880446&sr=8-5&keywords=platizky

    + More details
    • LAST PLAIN (2012)


      from Scholar Concepts Added

      (The distribution cut) A bleak and harrowing retelling of the life led by Robert McGee, one of history's only scalping survivors. In this re-imagining of his brutal tale, Robert, with guidance from his adopted tribe of exiles, makes a monsteros transformation from a victim... into a sociopathic cannibal When his betrothed, Red Tears, runs away in fear of his wrath, she falls into the arms of a loner, named Paul. Depressed after a slew of family deaths leaving him abandoned, the runaway squaw, is the perfect remedy to give him purpose. But Robert also has a remedy for Paul.

      + More details
      • BACCHAE


        from Scott Stubbe Added 1,065 13 0

        BACCHAE, a film with an original script by Scott Allan Stubbe that follows the same story line as Euripides' play "The Bacchae". A microbudget independent film shot in Southern California, BACCHAE was written, directed, filmed and edited by Scott Allan Stubbe and stars Steven Meyer, Sergio Christofalo and Claudia Vasquez.

        + More details


          from kaya purohit Added 260 3 0

          A haunting short film by writer/director Alessio Cappelletti shot on Super 16mm (and Pro 8mm) with a full 2K digital Intermediate and color grade. Synopsis: A microcosm of America which is seen through the eyes of a young, recently orphaned, Hispanic boy who is forced to choose between action and silence when pitted face to face with the tensions and racial inequalities perpetuated by a bereaved teacher at his new home. Check out his upcoming feature length Project that is in development: www.dreamsoftheyouth.com Contact him- dotyfilm@gmail.com

          + More details
          • December 1982 - MFA Thesis Film


            from Lyle Arnett, Jr Added 458 7 1

            A few recommendations about playing the video back. 1. The film is lengthy, about 30 minutes. If you have a slower internet connection it may take some time to load, so you may want to open the video and come back to it after a few minutes of it have loaded. 2. For the best video quality make sure the "HD" icon in the lower right of the screen is enabled and highlighted blue. Some older computers or ones with slower processors may have some trouble playing the HD video back smoothly. If the playback is problematic, you may consider switching the "HD" icon off and watching the film in standard definition. 3. The colors of the film look best if your monitor is set to display an "sRGB" color space. If you aren't sure what this means or how to adjust your monitor properly then I do not recommend making any changes. 4. Better speakers = better sound. A lot of work was put into the sound design of the film. It ranges all over from very soft to very loud. To experience the fullest possible range of sound please plug into the best speakers you have.

            + More details
            • Only In Dreams


              from Carlo Chavez Added 325 1 0

              A short film about how two middle school kids find true friendship amongst their hostile surroundings, and how that friendship will define them later on. The short was shot in Fall 09', and post-production was from Winter 010' to Summer 010'.

              + More details
              • PENTHESILEA The Amazon Queen


                from Scott Stubbe Added 1,167 10 0

                A poem-like contemplation on death and determination, PENTHESILEA THE AMAZON QUEEN is a moody retelling of the Classical tale pulled from the Trojan War's waning chapters: Penthesilea, proud ruler of the Amazon warriors, accidentally kills her sister Hippolyta during a sacred deer hunt. Fatalistically fixated on the death-bringer Achilles, Penthesilea enlists herself in the Trojan War-- on the losing side. Starring Kourtni Pollard and Barika Croom. Written, directed, filmed, and edited by Scott Allan Stubbe.

                + More details
                • Kill Me Doorman - An Original One Act Play by Curtis Medina


                  from N Motion Added

                  Curtis Medina's one act comedy centering around a hapless soon-to-be obsolete doorman who stumbles upon a plot involving the murder of a socialite.

                  + More details
                  • 427 Suitcases


                    from Lindsey Timko Added 94 2 0

                    Senior thesis project. Shot on Super 16mm, done in conjunction with Lauren Tracy. About a man in the 1950's who finds himself mental institution, changing his life for the better.

                    + More details
                    • Winter Rye


                      from Victoria DeMartin Added 38 0 0

                      A young woman experiences romance for the first time while coping the recent death of her father and her family’s resulting struggle for survival during winter in 18th century Colonial America. Best Narrative Short Period Piece- 12th Garden State Film Festival, Official Selection Shorts Showcase PBS-KVCR, NewFilmmakers NY 2014, Grand Prize Winner Centrally Isolated Film Festival CREW: Written and Directed by Victoria DeMartin Produced by – Cat Iacona Assistant Director- Cat Iacona Cinematography by Paul Kmiec and Matthew Tascone Edited by Victoria DeMartin Original Score by Dillon DeRosa CAST: Laura Piccoli as Eliza Erin Cole as Tamar Ali Ryan as Charlotte Tim Mele as Caleb Mary Macdonald Hamill as Nitty Will Gallacher as William Davenport Inspired by a culmination of personal events blended with the history of the Square House Museum in Rye, New York this film was made as a junior thesis film in the Film Conservatory at SUNY Purchase College from 2013-2014.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."