Richard Jensen is an Writer/Director at Celtic Ray Filmworks. For the last couple of years, he’s been making comedy shorts using a stripped down production model similar to Robert Rodriguez. His short “The Heroes of the War on Christmas” was screened last year in Los Angeles at The ACME Comedy Theater. Another short, “Glengarry Glen Styx” received third place at the 2’nd Annual Klamath Independent Film Festival. He has also been a cinematographer for the web series “Homesick” and sound recordist for Dan McCloy’s film “Beach Blanket Frankenstein”.
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Catatonia of the Fairies
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The Art of the Post-Kill Quip/
Film (Short and Comedy) Director Two rookie operatives are gunning for the same opening in a super secret Intelligence Agency. What the discover is that the Adjudicator making the final choice has a very unusual test to determine the tiebreaker.
The Heroes of the War on Christmas
Film (Short and Comedy) Director A no holds barred look at three men on the front lines of The War on Christmas! They will fight for peace on earth, even if they have to crack a few skulls along the way.
A Special Announcement from Santa Claus
Film (Short and Comedy) Director Santa Claus is forced to cancel Christmas when his workshop is destroyed by the effects of Global Warming. As he sits in his trailer in a Nevada waiting for his Green Card to come through, he unloads on those responsible.
A Few Minutes with Benjamin Franklin in the 21st Century
Film (Short and Comedy) Director Benjamin Franklin comes to the 21st Century to see how the Great American Experiment is going and finds himself perturbed by the Internet.
Glengarry Glen Styx
Film (Short and Comedy) Director Phil has writer's block which is a terrible turn of events for an aspiring screenwriter. A man with the shockingly demonic moniker of Mr. Scratch shows up and offers to help Phil with his writer's block only to be rebuffed. When the Devil offers you a deal, how does the Devil respond when you don't bite? Written by Jensen, Richard