Dominic Luongo spends entirely too much time on the Internet.
Typically he can be found positioned in front of the computer for days on end, laughing at silly cat videos, baffling himself with articles on quantum mechanics, and generally not doing anything terribly constructive.
This nonsense will continue on uninterrupted, until Dominic steps away to procure another cup of coffee, of which, he drinks in absurd amounts.
When he’s not in front of his computer he can be found creating puzzles, running his escape room, messing around with electronics, making movies/music videos/television commercials, acting in movies/television commercials, and having turgid discussions about categorical imperatives.
Unique traits: Scar on chin, thick eyebrows, deep voice, drinks a lot of coffee
Film by Rob Imbs (Drama) Actor Brian and Scott are two life long friends, their identity and value has always been tied to their notoriety as professional gamers. Now in their late 20's and working together at an IT company, they begin to feel the responsibilities of adulthood sinking in. Brian will do anything in his power to reclaim his status as a pro gamer. Scott doesn't identify with the pro gaming circuit like he used to. He's also conflicted over the stability of his job and the prospect of being single for the rest of his life. Written by Rob Imbs
Film (short) by Dominic Luongo (Drama) Editor, Actor, Producer, Director, Writer, Cinematographer Disco finds himself in the desert, pondering his life's direction, when he meets a stranger named Vegas, whom challenges all of his beliefs over plenty of coffee. Shot over a few days in October 2012 on a cross country road trip from Buffalo, NY to Riverside, CA. Here are the coffee shops we stopped at along the way: Second Cup - Buffalo, NY MadCap Coffee Company - Grand Rapids, MI The Wormhole Coffee - Chicago, IL Kaldi's Coffee - St. Louis, MO Coffee Slingers - Oklahoma City, OK Ground Cafe - Amarillo, TX Michael Thomas Coffee Roasters - Albuquerque, NM Cartel Coffee Lab - Phoenix AZ Cave Creek Coffee Roastery - Cave Creek, AZ Crapsack Wonderland. Written by Dominic Luongo
Film by Aaron Doolittle (Comedy and Drama) Editor
Film (short) by Aaron Doolittle (Comedy) Editor, Actor, Producer
Film (short) by Aaron Doolittle (Comedy) Editor Davis is the story of two men both on their last day of work. Through testimony from the people that were there that day, the film Davis tries to explain what happened. Written by Anonymous
Film by Aaron Doolittle (Drama and Mystery) Actor With only five years left some will just give up, some won't believe it, and then there is Nathan Huxley.
Film (short) by Erin Doyle (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department, Sound department, Miscellaneous Crew Copywriter Rachels job relationship and sanity are put on the line when an unflattering video is posted on her roommates insipid blog. Vlog is a satirical look at being a twenty something in the highly branded consumerist Internet generation. While shot as a short film meant for local screenings and festivals it also has the ironic potential to be a highly branded consumerist web or TV series for the twenty something consumerist Internet generation! Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Dominic Luongo (Fantasy) Editor, Actor, Producer, Director, Writer Late one night our sleeping protagonist awakens to a haunting melody coming from the radio he is sure he had turned off. In an effort to fully achieve consciousness and get a grasp on the situation, our protagonist approaches coffee of an indeterminable age and attempts to reheat it. What follows is a supernatural struggle for caffeine. Written by Robert M. Adams