Exit Interview is a 3 minute dialogue free short film about a dead housewife reconsiders her past life while being interviewed by the Devil’s personal assistant.
DIRECTOR & EDITOR Winnie Cheung
WRITERS Winnie Cheung, Gene Ruby. Jonathan Slavuter
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Clint Byrne
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Joe Pokropowicz
SPECIAL MAKEUP EFFECTS ARTIST Beatrice Sniper
ORIGINAL SCORE Dan Rosato
SOUND DESIGN Dan Rosato & Samuel Charles for Gilded Audio
Dear Lucas is a science-fiction romantic drama, combining fantastical futuristic elements and simple human emotion. A directionless young man finds the love of his life, and suddenly his whole world seems to make sense, but a message from his future self warns him to stay away to avoid a lifetime of pain and misery-- will the love he's found be worth it?
2014 World Premiere at Northside Festival
2014 Official Selection New Filmmakers New York
2014 Official Selection Other Worlds Austin
2015 Official Selection The Philip K Dick Film Festival
2015 Official Selection Picture Farm Film Festival
Brothers is a 12 minute narrative short directed by Larry Cohen. Two brothers embark on a road trip home for their grandmother's funeral. But on a highway rest stop, David Stern finds out no one's told his younger brother Andy – they're not headed home for Grandma Vern's birthday anymore. Now David must confront his mother and bear the bad news to Andy, as only brothers can.
The Real Motel Life Trailer
The Real Motel Life is a documentary short inspired by the book The Motel Life by Willy Vlautin. It is a living video portrait of Reno, Nevada. Through the intimate interviews of it's residents, both permanent and temporary, we dive into a transient city that still hasn't bounced back from the recession.
Our selection of characters range from Toni, the "adult entertainer" who works out of her motel room, to Audrey, an ex-Reno cop trying to raise her three sons in a safe environment, and Ron, a friendly motel lifer who enjoys drinking alone in his own room. They all end up living in motels for different reasons, but each maintain a very positive outlook on their future.
2013 Official Selection - Brooklyn Film Festival
ACTORS OF SOUND
It’s hard to miss the explosive sound effects that are so present in film today, but ever wonder what a movie would sound like if you couldn’t hear background sounds such as footsteps, clothes rustling, floors creaking, snow crunching, glasses breaking etc? When directors shoot a film, they are only concerned with capturing the actor’s voice. Nothing else. So, when it comes to the edit, the soundtrack feels unnaturally quiet and things don’t sound like they’re supposed to. Which is where the Foley artist comes in – to make the film sound “real”.
Actors of Sound is a documentary film about Foley art and the artists that re-create and perform these sounds for film and TV. Interviews with Foley artists, Foley editors, sound supervising editors and directors will examine every facet of their craft, dramatizing the impact that technology and digital sound libraries are having on foley, possibly making one of the oldest crafts in the motion pictures industry extinct one day.
Currently in development.