The Deadline follows a playwright who goes to a cafe to work on a play but can’t write when a series of absurd events and bizarre characters conspire against him, until mysterious travelers stop in and offer him a way out.
Tobias Werrick, a veteran filmmaker & devotee of classic Hollywood horror films, laments to promising filmmaker, Abigail Farfan, on the current state of "creatively impotent" filmmaking. Sharing with her his own stories for films he is sure would be thriller masterpieces, Abigail must decide:
Are these merely ideas from the mind of a brilliant and eccentric storyteller? Or are they unsettling confessions of his grisly real life deeds?
EN ROUTE is the story of one man, Kwame, but it is also the story of many, who live in a world they no longer understand and in which they are no longer in control.
In this comedy horror short, we follow Brad the Zombie as he struggles to find his dinner.
Jess was honored to write and conduct the first 17 minutes of the film.
In this short film, three lives converge at a sidewalk cafe in New England. Each oblivious to the fact that fate has brought them together for a reason. On this day, these three will be the subjects for a profound demonstration of the potential perils of taking people, life—and time—for granted.
Only Moments was an Official Selection at the New Haven International Film Festival and Film Fest 52.
In this short animated poem, we are asked to imagine creation through a slightly...tinier lens. We follow the Creator - a baby - through day 5, as He struggles to finish his last ocean creature, the Octopus.
In this reverse zombie apocalypse, we follow our protagonist Jack, who lives in a world of zombies, through his transformation from a zombie to human due to a human virus. This virus causes the zombies to be turned into humans and fuses both human and zombie worlds. What starts out as a typical horror film will ultimately become an analysis on the human existence.