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Film by Jay Martin (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Editorial department 'Seven Minutes' is the story of three friends, Sam, Mike and Owen, forced by circumstance to commit a brazen robbery. What begins as a simple plan - 'in and out in seven minutes' - quickly becomes a dangerous game of life and death. As each minute of the robbery unfolds, the stakes are pushed higher and higher. In the final act, Sam's pregnant girlfriend Kate is kidnapped, escalating the situation even further and pressing our heroes to do whatever they can to make it out alive. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Francis Dreis (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Editor Told in a timeless Hitchcock'ian style, our modern day story follows two sisters, mourning the death of their mother, who escape to Point Mugu for a camping trip and encounter something more sinister. Starring: Amelia Jackson-Gray, Erin Ross and Skeet Ulrich. Written by Anonymous
Film by Megan Griffiths (Crime and Drama) Editorial department, Production manager A young Korean-American girl, abducted and forced into prostitution by domestic human traffickers, joins forces with her captors in a desperate plea to survive.
The Breakfast of Champions
Documentary by Plate C Productions Director, Cinematographer, Editor
Film (short) by Cheryl Slean Editorial department
The Return of the Blue Moon Boys
Film by Dan Griffin (Documentary) Editor
All Features Great and Small
Film (short) by Casey P. Chinn (Comedy) Editor, Director, Actor, Producer, Writer
Film by Kevin Noland (Comedy and Romance) Editorial department "Americano" centers around Chris McKinley, a recent college graduate backpacking through Europe who savors his last three days of freedom before boarding the career fast track back in the United States. In Pamplona with two friends, Chris meets an Australian thrill-seeker, a quintessential Spanish beauty and an enigmatic provocateur, all of whom encourage him to rethink his life. As the minutes and seconds until his departure tick away, Chris struggles with an age-old question: Should he follow the beaten path or risk it all on the road less traveled? Written by Zorianna Kit
Film (short) by Clay Eide (Documentary) Editor
On the D.L.
Film (short) by Andrew Gura (Documentary) Editor
Film by Sarah George (Documentary and Crime) Editor, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Sound department This documentary explores the world of hobos and freight train hopping. Filmmaker Sarah George follows Switch and Baby Girl, two hobos who must give up the rails when Baby Girl becomes pregnant with child. We also meet Lee, who lives in the forest when he isn't riding the rails. We see hobo culture as an adventurous rejection of the modern humdrum of American life. Written by Martin Lewison <email@example.com>
Who Slew Simon Thaddeus Mulberry Pew
Film (short) by Brett W. Nemeroff Editor, Actor, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director In this twisted fairytale in the tradition of Dr. Seuss and Willy Wonka, twins Sammy and Tammy Fitzgivens are forced to play with their bratty neighbor, Simon Thaddeus Mulberry Pew (John Kassir, voice of Tales from the Crypt's Crypt Keeper). When an accident occurs, the "Wizzit" (Deep Space 9's Armin Shimmerman-Quark) magically appears to help clean up the mess... and dispose of the body. Featuring elaborate special effects, this comic treat will thrill fans of The Grinch, The Cat in the Hat, Beetlejuice, and A Nightmare Before Christmas! Written by Anonymous
Every Road Leads Back to You
Video by Brett W. Nemeroff (Documentary) Editor Juice Newton produced a string of top ten hits that impacted both the country and pop album charts. In this live concert event, Juice showcases her distinctive voice and energetic stage presence as she captivates a Los Angeles audience of friends and devoted fans. So sit back, relax and let the lady that defined cross-over music take you on a journey through three decades of music. Written by Anonymous
The Red Boot Diaries
Film (short) by Brett W. Nemeroff (Comedy) Editor, Director, Actor, Writer
Locoweed & Other Discoveries
Film (short) by Elizabeth Becker (Comedy and Drama) Editor After reading in the newspaper that smoking marijuana will make you want to kill your best friend, a group of young boys in the late 1930's tie up of their friends to a tree and test it out on him. Meanwhile, the boys father, a violent drunk, notices his pipe missing and sets out to find it. When he reaches the kids and recovers his pipe, he demands an explanation. Waiting for his son's rather slow response, Mr. Brow inadvertantly starts smoking the pipe, not knowing what it is stuffed with. Soon his violent nature is mellowed and he walks away. Written by Elizabeth Becker
The Omega Code
Film by Robert Marcarelli (Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department Ancient codes hidden within the Torah reveal the secrets of global events, past (i.e., Hitler, the Kennedy assassination, the Gulf War), present, and future. One man (York) is after the Code, seeking the power to change the world as we know it... for the worse. Another (Van Dien) seeks the truth, risking his life and everything he stands for in order to stop him. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Casey P. Chinn (Crime) Editor, Director, Actor, Writer In a candlelit room at 1:30 a.m., a dominatrix finishes with a client and relaxes with her wig, gloves, collar, and chains off. A knock at the door surprises her, and in comes an old client (and maybe ex-boyfriend) who urgently tells her she must leave. She follows him down the fire escape to her car, and he has her drive him to a warehouse. He confesses it's a game and no one is following him, but he'll pay her $10,000 to tie him up and beat him. Will she get ideas of her own, once he's securely fastened? If it's a confidence game, which one has the most confidence? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mad Season: Live at the Moore
Video by Duncan Sharp (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew The band featuring members of Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and Screaming Trees performs live in concert at the Moore Theater in Seattle, Washington.