Jake Stetler

Jake Stetler

Colebrook Studios
Director, Screenwriter, Producer, Editor, Filmmaker and Videographer

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Member Since:
June 2014
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About Jake

Storyteller. Filmmaker. Screenwriter. Warrior-Monk of DIY. Former paratrooper. Devoted father and husband.


  • A Stray Ember

    A Stray Ember (2018)
    Film by Colebrook Studios, LLC - Jake Stetler Writer - Director The agoraphobic victim of a home invasion takes to the road in a motor home. She encounters others that live off the grid, including a self-reliant man who reawakens her trust, but someone from her past returns to threaten her new found freedom.

  • Grave Injustice

    Grave Injustice (2017)
    Film by Colebrook Studios, LLC - Jake Stetler Writer A wounded gunslinger, left for dead, happens upon his own funeral. There a stunning revelation about his identity results in an outbreak of violence.

  • Restitution: The Legend of Cordell Pierce

    Restitution: The Legend of Cordell Pierce (2017)
    Film Writer

  • No Sanctuary

    No Sanctuary (2013)
    Film by No Sanctuary Production Company, LLC (Action and Fantasy) Writer-Director A group of outcasts takes refuge in the ruins of a church to protect a young girl with extraordinary power from a legion of demon-infested highwaymen

  • Icarus Has Fallen

    Icarus Has Fallen (2002)
    Film (short) Writer-Director

  • WatchUsDie.com

    WatchUsDie.com (2001)
    Film (Thriller) Stunts If you saw what you thought was a murder on the Internet, what would you do? Who would you call? That's the premise behind the new movie "www.WatchUsDie.Com,". Set in a voyeur site called WatchUsDorm, the movie watches the lives (and deaths) of the eight women living in the house. These girls are live, 24 hours a day, seven days a week--until they begin to die. The first "live" Internet death occurs around midnight, when Pia takes a gainer down the main stairs of the WatchUsDorm mansion. Was it an accident, or a deliberate murder? No one knows, but more people than ever are watching, and the next day, T-shirts are being sold memorializing Pia's life and death. Soon, another girl dies. This time Sara in the hot tub. A banner remembering Pia and Sara appears on the site. The members are devastated, but the show must go on. Life continues as normal, or as normal as it can be when 45 cameras are watching your every move. Another resident turns up missing, and then another dies in the ... Written by Keith W. Strandberg <KeithS821@aol.com>

  • A Year Without Rent

    A Year Without Rent
    Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »


  • The Wild Bunch Film Festival - Finalist - Honorable Mention for GRAVE INJUSTICE screenplay

  • The Wild Bunch Film Festival - Finalist - Director's Choice for RESTITUTION screenplay

  • Finalist Flicks on 66 Film Festival


  • UCLA Writers Extension

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