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Film by Adam Fitzgerald (Short and Drama) Director Two men, David (a Jewish-American) and Sam (an Arab-American) meet for an afternoon sexual encounter and find that there is more between them than just a visceral connection. But when a flirtatious word-spar about sexual positions turns unwittingly into a debate over something else entirely, both men take sides against the other and replace that could-be beautiful connection with anger, resentment and accusation. OCCUPY ME is about the insidious way outside issues can seep into our interpersonal relationships and invade and cloud our perceptions until love is replaced by anger, truth is pushed out by fear, and potential is destroyed by the past.
Three Letter Word (working title)
Film (short) by TBA - in development Director/Writer
Film by Zachary Halley (Short, Drama, Musical and Thriller) Actor GRIND is a musical story exploring a damaged man's search for a connection in an interconnected world.
CONVERSATIONS W/ MY EX
Television by Fifty2&Nine Director/Writer
Think B4 You Speak PSA contest - GLSEN and the Ad Council - Winner
Commercial by Talent House, Judges Tom Ford and Brett Rattner Director
Television by Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Comedy) Sound department Penny Reilly is a reader for Broadway casting director Tim Trull attempting to become an actress herself. Throughout the web-series, we follow the misadventures of Penny and her love life.
Hero to Me
Video by Scott C. Halford (Short, Action, Crime and Drama) Actor Ryan's way of life changed when he was mugged. Now he must find a way to continue his new life confined to a wheelchair.
Film by G. Mitchell Johnson (Short and Drama) Actor A group of young Boy Scouts find themselves in the middle of a nightmare as they struggle to survive a routine camping trip.
Winner, Talent House "Think B4 You Speak" contest (judged by Brett Ratner)