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  • All Wolves Die Alone

    All Wolves Die Alone (2016)
    Film (short) by Zach Quinones (Crime and Short) Brutus A woman returns from exile to settle an old score.

  • Natural Causes

    Natural Causes (2016)
    Film (short) by Rick Caplan (Comedy, Thriller and Short) Bennett A suicidal man agrees to help a stranger with a mysterious task in exchange for money to leave behind and soon regrets his decision.

  • Sinners Prayer

    Sinners Prayer (2016)
    Film by Ethan Allen (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Nikolai A young man deals with the consequences of getting away with a crime.

  • Red Fish Blue Fish

    Red Fish Blue Fish (2016)
    Film by AJ Martinson III (Thriller) Advisor Scathe 1963 Military Industrialist Arthur Blackmark must race against the clock to stop an international incident which threatens to end the world.

  • True Nightmares: Factory of Death

    True Nightmares: Factory of Death (2016)
    Television by Geoffrey Madeja (Horror, Mystery and History) Bob Egle Investigation Discovery's (ID) series TRUE NIGHTMARES brings to life the true stories that spawned hair-raising tales, proving once again that truth will always be scarier than fiction.

  • Unusual Suspects: Housebound Homicide

    Unusual Suspects: Housebound Homicide (2016)
    Television by Garret Williams (Crime and Documentary) Lead Detective Joel Humphrey Police take 10 years to track down the killer of a disabled Denver woman and establish if she was killed for her money or if there was a more personal motive.

  • Ellis

    Ellis (2015)
    Film (short) by Nolan Cubero (Drama and Short) Corlin A young father is forced to share custody of his daughters with his ex-wife, whose new boyfriend has a history of sexual assault.

  • The Goldenboy

    The Goldenboy (2015)
    Internet by Alex Wroten (Comedy) Terry Fresh out of college with a master's in psychology and waist deep in student loan debt, Kenneth gets the chance to dig his way out of his financial hole when he is propositioned by an agent to become a male escort among one of LA's most elite companion services.

  • Horror Show

    Horror Show (2014)
    Television by Michael Pickle (Comedy, Horror and News) Host/Himself A horror variety/sketch show that combines original horror vignettes, both scary and funny, with News, Interviews and Event Coverage of everything HORROR.

  • Showdown at Sullivan Oaks

    Showdown at Sullivan Oaks (2014)
    Film (short) by Alex Wroten (Action, Comedy and Short) Simon When a few thugs return to collect on some money Simon borrowed for cosmetic eye surgery, Simon's relationship with his estranged son is put to the test.

  • Palmdale

    Palmdale (2014)
    Film by Erich Kemp (Action, Crime and Drama) Ron A drifter with a violent past comes to the city to kill somebody for money. On his way to do it, a young woman crashes into his life, giving him the choice - to continue on this path of self-destruction or leave it all behind and start again. Written by Erich Kemp.

  • Peter Bear's Den

    Peter Bear's Den (2014)
    Internet by Alex Wroten (Comedy) Mr Fox Peter can't believe his luck when he lands an interview with a big-shot Hollywood agent after only one day of searching. Meanwhile, Judy and Parker spend more time getting to know each other at Parker's surprisingly luxurious apartment.

  • Avenge My Eyes

    Avenge My Eyes (2013)
    Film (short) by Alex Jason Kaplan (Crime, Drama and Short) Private Investigator (Voice) A 20 year old girl, who fifteen years earlier, witnessed her parents get murdered in her own home, plans to avenge their death.

  • Badguy 47

    Badguy 47 (2013)
    Film (short) by Greg Young (Action, Drama and Short) Gunman #13 Four clueless henchman in a room debate their almost certain doom at the hands of a seemingly invincible hero.

  • School Shooting: The Musical

    School Shooting: The Musical (2012)
    Film (short) by Steffen Gruber (Musical and Short) Jon, the math teacher The math teacher's motto 'every problem has one simple cause' is put to test when Jason opens fire at school.

  • Survival of the Dumbest

    Survival of the Dumbest (2012)
    Internet by Austin Bosley (Action, Comedy, Drama and Horror) Hobo Jim Over the course of the series you will find out more about the world and get insight into how the characters got to where they are now. Along the way they meet other survivors; some friendly, some hostile, but with each of them watching the others back they may survive off sheer stupidity and dumb luck. Written by Darnell Murphy Jr.

  • Glorious Sound

    Glorious Sound (2012)
    Film (short) by Koby Shimada (Drama and Short) Sir Robert Geoffrey Edwards Story of physiologist and pioneer in reproductive medicine, Sir Robert Geoffrey Edwards and surgeon Patrick Steptoe who successfully pioneered conception through in-vitro fertilization (IVF), which led to the birth of Louise Brown [7] on 25 July 1978.

  • Mono

    Mono (2012)
    Film (short) by Alex Wroten (Comedy, Thriller and Short) Curtis Adam's online hunt for a pair of bargain speakers leads him to Curtis's picturesque house in the hills. But after meeting Curtis, the eccentric seller of said speakers, Adam quickly realizes that the speakers could cost him much more than he's willing to part with. Written by Alex Wroten and Lindsay Wolfe.

  • The Tears of a Clown

    The Tears of a Clown (2012)
    Film by Charlie Harmony (Drama) Jacob Reiner A comedian decides to commit suicide after years of failed attempts at trying to become reputable; until one day his number 1 fan knocks on his door looking for help.

  • How Have You Been?

    How Have You Been? (2011)
    Film by Charlie Harmony (Comedy) Vagrant in A Kilt Tim is a white collar telemarketer who has just been dumped by his girlfriend. The pain from the break up hit him so hard that he will now use it as leverage to change his entire life - and then some. He learns how to dance, builds up his body and ultimately becomes a stripper who works at a gay bar and does bachelorette parties for extra money. However, one particular bachelorette party will become more of a surprise for Tim than its party-goers. Written by Charlie Harmony.

  • Hostage Do or Die: Negotiating with a Mad Man

    Hostage Do or Die: Negotiating with a Mad Man (2011)
    Television by Steve Petersen (Drama) Detective Batista Documentary on Hank Earl Carr who, on May 19, 1998, shot his girlfriend's four-year-old son with a rifle, was arrested, and then escaped from his handcuffs and killed two Tampa detectives and a Florida state trooper.

  • Family of Spies

    Family of Spies (1990)
    Television by Stephen Gyllenhaal (Drama) Chief of the Watch Park any subtlety at the threshold. The spits and spats keep the anchor shining in this Naval officer adventure. Who knows what is next? The children are precious. The interplay between home, the office, and the boat keep you edgy. Sadness sets in as you see the decline of loyalty to purpose.

  • 21 Jump Street: Slippin' Into Darkness

    21 Jump Street: Slippin' Into Darkness (1988)
    Television by James A. Contner (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Edwin Meyers 21 Jump Street is the headquarters for a squad of police officers who specialize in investigations relating to young people. Each of the Jump St. personnel was selected for their ability to pass for high school or college students, allowing them to operate undercover in areas where it is difficult for regular police officers to blend in unnoticed.

  • Stand and Deliver

    Stand and Deliver (1988)
    Film by Ramon Menendez (Drama) Tito Jaime Escalante is a mathematics teacher in a school in a Hispanic neighborhood. Convinced that his students have potential, he adopts unconventional teaching methods help gang members and no-hopers pass the rigorous Advanced Placement exam in calculus.


  • Los Angeles 24-Hour Film Race - Best Actor - Mono

  • Boston 24-Hour Film Race - Best Actor - Mono

  • Youth in Film Awards - Best Young Ensemble - Stand and Deliver

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