Archive for November, 2012

The Last Hug

Posted by    |    November 29th, 2012 at 2:44 pm

THE LAST HUG is a story about Mini, a young girl who has everything that people of that age could dream of..a big house..car..a secured future..but what she didn’t have..was a father.  Have any of you lived not knowing who your father was?  No pictures in the house and a mother who refuses to talk about him?  Conflicts and heartache are fairly predictable elements of this short film, but the end is sweet.

 

Cherry Blossom Elephant in Forest

Posted by    |    November 29th, 2012 at 2:08 pm

Through tender music and animation that is both lovely and surreal, Kim Young-jung wordlessly tells the story of a girl who finds love only to lose it to another.

Office Relations

Posted by    |    November 23rd, 2012 at 12:10 pm

Family Matters

Posted by    |    November 22nd, 2012 at 10:43 am

does this happen in Dallas?

Corporate Relations

Posted by    |    November 20th, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Frequently, working women in Dallas are confronted with men who just do not get it.  In this fun short film, Janet, plays a hot – in a corporate sort of way- young woman who is confronted with having to deal with Steve, the business owner’s brother.

Janet has met this type of man around Dallas before.  A man either loathed or laughed at by most women with half a brain who has had to endure the BS that comes with the corporate world. So how do women – women in Dallas – pass the time during such encounters.  Using her imagination, Janet goes to the dark side.  Take a look.

Grand Jury Award – Short Film Honorable Mention, 2007 Dances With Films

Arizona Filmmaker of the Year, 2007 Phoenix Film Festival

Starring Lindsey Marlin and Steve Briscoe

Written by Steve Briscoe

Directed by Paul DeNigris

Status

Posted by    |    November 14th, 2012 at 2:19 pm

This short film is simply average, but we were looking for a short about breakups with British accents and then we stumbled upon Status.  Status is about a young man’s dating experience after being dumped on his birthday by his long-time girlfriend.

Directed by Marc Hampson / Written by Marc Hampson & Ronnie Ursenbach / Produced by Aaron Fairley / Cinematography by Paul Olson / Sound Design by Ronnie Ursenbach / Music by History Books

The Camera

Posted by    |    November 10th, 2012 at 12:03 pm

Set in an empty beach house, a young girl finds a Polaroid camera that reveals something unexpected.  The Camera successfully uses images, simplicity and a bit of mystery that comes with old places and a Polaroid camera to create a fine short.

Peter Lewis, the film director, wrote this. “The story was largely born from its constraints. It had to be doable in my free time, and I had to be able to shoot it during my vacation in Nags Head, NC—with a budget of only $50, to cover the props (I’d previously owned the Canon T2i, lenses, and Logic Pro, and used the free 30-day trial of FCPX). I wanted it to be a simple story with a mysterious twist or two.”