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
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
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.”
Samantha Alexander |
October 7th, 2012 at 2:14 pm
I won’t spend any time projecting my own interpretations of this short film on to it because I feel what makes this film so good is it’s openness to multiple meanings for different people. What I will mention is that the shots and set designs are delightful to watch as they contribute to the humor and tenderness of this film.
Samantha Alexander |
October 3rd, 2012 at 3:19 pm
Sometimes relationships, especially long term ones, arrive at a point in time where the relationship becomes strained and communication is difficult and at times nonexistent. Pete Gelderblon uses clever audio and visual choices to create a very humorous and honest illustration of what this moment in a relationship looks like.
September 27th, 2012 at 12:15 pm
If you and your significant other had their choice, where would you go: New York or Paris?
This short fun work compares the styles, based on Vahram Muratyan’s book, Paris vs New York, Edition Penguin Book, visually presents a number of different elements that make up the cities of Paris and New York. This is great fun and light viewing.
September 5th, 2012 at 6:00 pm
Sight is a short film about augmented reality and relationships.
Film makers Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo have created a work that delves into new reality viewed through a new, personalize viewing lens. The central character, Patrick takes us through what it is like to live in this highly customizable new world.