Name: Erik Leo Showacy
Lives in: Seattle, Washington
Company: Film Vandals
Occupation: Director, Screenwriter, Editor, Assistant Director, Camera Operator, Crew, Set Designer and Sound Editor
Best use of Previous Year's Award, Award - Renton Film Frenzy - "Oh-no!" 2015
Third Place - Renton Film Frenzy - "Re-writing Renton!"
Audience Award - Seattle 48hr - "Drunk on Knowledge"
Online Viewers Choice - Renton Film Frenzy - "Re-writing Renton"
Viewers Choice - Renton Film Frenzy - "Uh-oh!"
Best use of Renton - Renton Film Frenzy - "Uh-oh!"
Film (Comedy and Short) Writer/Director/Editor The funniest Bloopers, Outtakes, Mishaps, and Songs From Our Popular I Love Toy Trains videos. Wall-to-wall "Oh no!" segments mixed with songs and jokes. A hilarious video that absolutely everyone -- train enthusiast or not -- will enjoy.
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Film (short) by Film Vandals Director Production Cancelled.
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Drunk on Knowledge
Film (Short and Comedy) Writer Ready to "get out of your mind?" Conrad Scotch can help. This short instructional film was created for Seattle's 48 Hour Film Project during a weekend in August 2014.
Unidentified Flying Assholes: First Contact
Film (Short, Comedy, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department A drunken camper wakes up in the middle of the night to find he's being visited by a couple of asshole aliens.
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Film (Short and Comedy) Writer It all starts with a seemingly innocent envelope containing a pre-approved credit card. Normally, these envelopes are shredded or ignored. But one man, Val Christian, goes against the grain and redeems his new credit card. He spends frivolously, ignoring his roommate's incessant reminders about having to pay it all off eventually. Eventually comes sooner than Val thinks. He attempts to continue cheating the system and attempts to find a way out of his predicament that doesn't require paying off the debt with any real money. But it's a futile attempt. In the end, Val is forced into some seedy situations, hoping that he'll be able to raise enough money to put this chaos all behind him. Written by Kaitlin N. Larson
The White Room
Film (Short, Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A man trapped in a white room struggles to escape and silence the noise tormenting him once and for all.
Film by Kaitlin Larson Assistant Director
Central Washington University (Ellensburg, WA)