Christopher Dawes, Filmmaker
Chris is a Producer, Director, Editor and Actor. A graduate of Colgate University, he recently edited the film Fagbug Nation, which is now in festivals and digital distribution. His current projects include acting as Associate Producer, Assistant Director, Editor and Archivist on a feature-length documentary about gay and lesbian history from 2000 BC through 1900 AD, and as the Assistant Producer on a feature-length dramatic film adaptation of an award winning one woman stage play. A certified producer at BRIC/BCAT, Chris has co-produced a television series on Brooklyn-based environmental issues and innovative solutions to those issues. He is also the Social Media Strategist and Public Relations representative for an LGBT film festival cruise that debuted in 2008.
Film Miscellaneous Crew
Sleep on It
Double Dog Dare
Film (short) by Tanmaya Shekhar (Comedy) Actor Two co-workers try to best one another in an increasingly self-destructive game of one-upmanship.
Film (short) by Catherine Eaton (Drama) Production manager Liv, a brilliant but troubled silent young woman, struggles for her freedom in a mental health facility. Her champion, attorney and family friend visits her, determined to convince her to appear in court to speak on her own behalf. Liv has other ideas. Written by Anonymous
Film by Erin Davies (Documentary, Adventure and Drama) Editor What it's like to drive the once vandalized now famous, 'Fagbug' to all 50 states in the USA.
Film by Joe Eckardt (Comedy) Transportation department, Miscellaneous Crew Through a case of mistaken identity, a young executive falls for a man who doesn't fit the life plan she's followed since childhood.
Dates from Hell
Television (Documentary and Crime) Actor New series profiles stories where the search for the love of your life turns into a fight to the death.
Film (short) by Christopher Dawes (Music) Editor, Producer, Director, Production manager
Long Night's Journey Into Day
Film (short) by Christopher Dawes (Drama) Actor, Producer, Director, Writer In the city that never sleeps, what is going through the head of an insomniac wandering the streets of Brooklyn while the rest of the city is sleeping?
Yes and No
Film (short) by Kelsy Chauvin (Comedy and Drama) Editor When a painting becomes the dividing line between two friends, a choice has to be made about what to salvage.
Film by Casper Andreas (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Producer A woman tries to distance herself from her gay friends in an effort to land a straight boyfriend.