John Hafner

John Hafner

Ocher Media
Camera Operator, Cinematographer and Director of Photography

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
November 2015
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About John

John Hafner is an award winning cinematographer with over 9 years of video and film production under his belt. He has shot everything from full length features to national aired commercial spots, to shorts, music videos, multicam reality tv and live events, documentary, internet and new media. John is the owner/operator of Ocher Media, a boutique full service video/film production company with Red Camera Packages and Grip Trucks available for rental. John attended UT Austin where he studied In both the Radio Television Film program and Computer Science dept. He quit his day job java programming in a cubical to make movies full time shortly out of college and has never looked back.

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Credits

  • Extraction: Genesis

    Extraction: Genesis (2016)
    Film by Jin Kelley (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department A remote genetic research modification facility has gone dark. The parent corporation "Mammon" cannot risk international exposure as to the nature of their terrible experiments so they send in a group of in-house mercenaries dubbed "Noble Team" to ascertain what has happened. Noble Team have their orders: 1) Retrieve the facility data core. 2) Rescue any survivors. They are trained by the best and ready for anything... except this. An outbreak of some kind has ravaged the facility staff and has turned them into aggressive, primal killing machines. Now the mercenaries are in for the fight of their lives as their mission parameters have changed... Now they're just trying to survive. Written by Anonymous

  • Model Home

    Model Home (2015)
    Film by Patrick Cunningham (Drama, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A single mother entertains a dangerous fantasy after she's recruited to live in an unsold property in an empty development.

  • Freshwater

    Freshwater (2015)
    Film by Brandeis Berry (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A new take on the classic story of a group of twenty-something kids' weekend of terror at the lake house.

  • Teenage Cocktail

    Teenage Cocktail (2015)
    Film by John Carchietta (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Threshold

    Threshold (2015)
    Film by Jason Eric Perlman (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Blaming herself for her son's accidental death, young wife Cynthia risks redemption at the hands of an otherworldly intruder who appears in the couple's home during a night of apocalyptic world events and somehow knows every detail of Cynthia's guilt-ridden past.

  • Unbelievable!!!!!

    Unbelievable!!!!! (2015)
    Film by Steven L. Fawcette (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Construction

    Construction (2015)
    Film by Malcolm Goodwin (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor Vin, Bobby, and Ray, are three blue collar guys, that can't seem to get things to line up in their lives. They had so many dreams when they were 18, but then life seemed to catch up with them, and now they feel stuck in every way. This is a story about men, and the women who make them better. Written by Victor Hawks

  • War of Attrition

    War of Attrition (2015)
    Film (short) by Karo Blikian (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In the confines of a psych ward, young Leonard Hensick seems to have it all figured out. He has managed to avoid the pressures of joining the U.S. Army (at the behest of his father) by voluntarily checking into the facility under the guise of a patient. Inside, Leonard has started a romantic relationship with a patient, Charlotte, whom he considers his only companion inside those walls. However, the head doctor, Dr. Wilkins, is privy to Leonard's motives for his voluntary stay at the ward. Sympathizing with Leonard's wishes to steer clear of the Army, Wilkins proposes a scenario where Leonard would be deemed mentally unfit for the military on the condition that Leonard keep away from Charlotte and leave the ward in a month's time. Now, Leonard must choose between his ultimate freedom and Charlotte while Dr. Wilkins must protect his patient from a dramatic mental set back. But how far are both men willing to go to get what they truly desire?

  • Cartwheels and Backflips

    Cartwheels and Backflips (2015)
    Film (short) by John D'Aquino (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer A group of children of varying ages and backgrounds vie for attention when Elizabeth, one of the more seasoned foster children, makes a video showing "the truth" of what it's like to be a child in foster care.

  • Severus Snape and the Marauders

    Severus Snape and the Marauders (2015)
    Film (short) by Justin Zagri (Fantasy) Cinematographer James Potter and his friends Sirius Black, Remus Lupin and Peter Pettigrew celebrate graduating Hogwarts. As they contemplate their future and the part they will play in the first wizarding war, Severus Snape enters the bar in the hopes of seeing his former friend Lily Evans one last time. Knowing the role Snape might play in the war, James decides to confront Severus once and for all. Written by Justin Zagri

  • The Adventures of Sam Wolf

    The Adventures of Sam Wolf (2015)
    Film (short) by Skye Wallin (Adventure) Cinematographer Sam Wolf, a teenager who discovers that he has the extraordinary ability to transport to another dimension/forest planet, must overcome in the midst of a terrible tragedy. Balancing the needs of his boyfriend (played by Sokheang Ty), coping with the bullying of his older brother (played by Monty Geer), and maintaining the stability of his forest world overwhelms and challenges Sam like never before. Helped by his mother (played by Heather Tom), father (played by Dan Gauthier), and mentor (played by Teri Andrez), Sam embarks on a journey to fix his mistakes and keep his forest world safe.

  • White Crows

    White Crows (2015)
    Film by White Cross (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Empty Nest

    Empty Nest (2015)
    Film (short) by Annakate Chappell (Drama, Horror and Mystery) Cinematographer, Producer A short film about a mother's love and the (extreme) efforts she'll exert to keep her sons from flying the coup.

  • Pirate Jenny

    Pirate Jenny (2015)
    Film by Romeo Brooks (Crime) Cinematographer

  • Lana Steele: Makeup Spy

    Lana Steele: Makeup Spy (2015)
    Television (Action) Cinematographer

  • Pass the Light

    Pass the Light (2015)
    Film by Malcolm Goodwin (Family) Camera and Electrical Department The story of Steve Bellafiore, a 17-year-old high school senior who decides to run for Congress in order to protect the faith that he so loves.

  • The Florist

    The Florist (2015)
    Film (short) by Cesar D' La Torre (Drama) Cinematographer The brevity of life as seen through the eyes of a florist.

  • The Ladykiller

    The Ladykiller (2015)
    Film (short) by Chris Capel (Comedy) Cinematographer Ricky is thrust back into the dating scene armed with some interesting advice from his friend Bob.

  • Carolina Parakeet

    Carolina Parakeet (2014)
    Film (short) by A.J. Briones (Action and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor As the world crumbles around them, a couple running for survival find temporary shelter in the company of a newly retired schoolteacher who has a unique perspective on human nature and a grim prognosis for mankind. Written by Briones, A.J.

  • The Interrogator

    The Interrogator (2014)
    Film (short) by Todd Phelan (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer A former interrogator in the Middle-East, now a police officer in Texas, finds the war has come home when he is forced to defend his family against the company he once worked for and people he once trained.

  • Audience of One

    Audience of One (2014)
    Film (short) by Karp (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Producer A mentally troubled boy, Scotty Falls, discovers new dimensions in his personality by way of an unconventional suggestion from his hippie counselor, Dr. Giggs.

  • Inhaler

    Inhaler (2014)
    Film (short) by Danny Sawaf (Comedy, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Harry is a high school student that is fed up of being bullied by Steve White and others including his teacher Mr. Powers. Harry decides to take his fate in his own hands by deviously planning an attack on Mr. Powers. He puts his plan into motion by throwing amalgamated animals (a rat's head attached to a pigeon's body) at his teacher. He gets suspended but a vengeful Harry breaks into his teacher's car and tries to hot-wire it in an act of vigilante justice. While hot-wiring, Mr Powers walks towards his car, forcing Harry to hide in the backseat. Mr Powers takes the wheel and drives to a forest where he takes out the body of a dead student (Steve White) from his trunk and starts digging a grave. Harry discovers this and runs for his life with only underwear and a brown paper bag on his head in an attempt to conceal his identity and safely return to class in case he does survive!

  • Two and a Half Hours

    Two and a Half Hours (2014)
    Film (short) by Almotaz Aljefri (Action) Camera and Electrical Department Charles is a middle age workaholic business man. Although he doesn't spend much time with his son Tom, he is willing to do anything for his son's intellectual growth, even going as far as committing murder.

  • Trust Me

    Trust Me (2014)
    Film (short) by Pete Pepe (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor After her parents tragically died in a car crash, Lily is adopted and raised by Jeff, the driver of the other car. Jeff's young wife did not survive the accident, and unable to bare the pain of his loss, Jeff becomes a religious lunatic who projects his delusions onto Lily and makes her life a living hell. Looking for an escape, Lily becomes a well known burlesque dancer, losing herself nightly in a world of mystery and passion. Her life seems perfect and carefree, but the physical and emotional abuse she suffers makes it nearly impossible for her to have any kind of personal relationships with men. Everything changes when she meets Nate, a fiery young police officer with a troubled childhood that he can't forget. They fall into an affair that spins out of control, as everything they once believed in beings to change... Will they choose faith or fear? Written by Anonymous

  • Never or Now

    Never or Now (2014)
    Film (short) by William Branden Blinn (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In the final moments of his accomplished life Alan Driscol reaches out for the one experience he would never have allowed himself to have...until now.

  • April Rain

    April Rain (2014)
    Film by Luc Saber (Action) Camera and Electrical Department When an eclectic group of terrorists plot to attack the United States from within, it's up to a quasi-military special investigative unit to identify, infiltrate and neutralize the threat.

  • Death Clique

    Death Clique (2014)
    TV Movie by Doug Campbell (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Inspired by true events, a friendship rivalry between three high school girls escalates into a shocking act of violence, and soon one of them is dead. Now the dead girl's mom is determined to find her missing child... and get justice for her daughter. Written by Anonymous

  • Dream On

    Dream On (2014)
    Film (short) by Ashley Eberbach (Adventure, Drama and Romance) Cinematographer A boy in a diner falls for a girl who challenges him to chase after his dreams.

  • It's All About the Bieber

    It's All About the Bieber (2014)
    Film (short) by Joel Moody (Comedy) Cinematographer Cleo, a widowed yoga instructor posts for a 'wild no strings attached night' in the Craigslist 'casual encounters' section. Charles, a washed up boy band singer living in Hollywood answers and upon their meeting he digs up the true burdens of their pasts. Written by Anonymous

  • Truth of the Mask

    Truth of the Mask (2014)
    Film (short) by Justin Zagri (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer Three months after the events of 'Riddle of the Mask', Bruce Wayne invites Helena Bertinelli to a charity event to talk about the repercussions of her actions. But not before a familiar enemy shows up as well, armed with his new and dangerous knowledge. Written by Anonymous

  • Queen Gorya

    Queen Gorya (2014)
    Television by Andrew E. Harrison (Comedy and Horror) Cinematographer What happens when a horror TV host becomes the chosen one for a sinister cult?

  • Crazy Charlie

    Crazy Charlie (2014)
    Film (short) by Jejuan Guillory (Action, Crime, Drama, Family and 1 More) Cinematographer Charlie finds herself in over her head when a simple drug deal goes wrong. Now she must find a way to pay off her debt, before a local drug lord makes her pay with her life.

  • Mindslip

    Mindslip (2014)
    Film (short) by Aaron Lustig (Comedy and Fantasy) Cinematographer Something strange is happening in a Los Angeles community. Only Divinia Izar, a clairvoyant, knows what is causing it.

  • Echo Dr.

    Echo Dr. (2013)
    Film by Patrick Ryan Sims (Action, Drama, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department When their home security system malfunctions, a family struggles to survive an attack against a state of the art patrol guard that believes they are intruders.

  • All American Christmas Carol

    All American Christmas Carol (2013)
    Film by Ron Carlson (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A white-trash mom is visited by three ghosts intent on showing her a path to a brighter future.

  • A la Carte

    A la Carte (2013)
    Film (short) by William Branden Blinn (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Brian has had an ongoing DILF fantasy since he was old enough to think about it; finally capitalizing on the opportunity he is stunned to realize that what he actually wants is a whole lot more

  • J Pee: I'm Not Gay

    J Pee: I'm Not Gay (2013)
    Film (short) by Ryan Turner (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department So what if he grabs his buddy's balls during tackle football and cruises muscle boys in West Hollywood? J Pee is not gay, you guys! In this comedic homo-bro rap song J Pee (Jesse Pepe) performs all sorts of homoerotic actions as he claims he is NOT GAY-only to realize that... he might just be lying to himself. Written by Anonymous

  • Player vs. Pain

    Player vs. Pain (2013)
    Television by Kevin Pereira (Game-Show) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Another Stupid Day

    Another Stupid Day (2013)
    Film (short) by Blaise Godbe Lipman (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A horny teenager desperately searches for a sense of belonging, finding community in the most unlikely of places the night before his eighteenth birthday.

  • Revelations

    Revelations (2013)
    Film (short) by Annakate Chappell (Drama) Cinematographer A short film about the awkward divide between love and friendship in mid-century suburban America. Official selection to Soho International Film Festival and Vancouver International Film Festival. Debut film from writer/director, Annakate Chappell.

  • Hell's Kitty

    Hell's Kitty (2013)
    Television by Nicholas Tana (Comedy and Horror) Cinematographer "Hell's Kitty" is a comedy horror web series based on true-life events about Nick, a Hollywood writer, whose love life is jeopardized by his hellacious cat named Angel. Nick's best friend and neighbor, Adam, (movie extra and slacker) is convinced that Angel is possessed. But Nick adores his cat, and defends her despite all the obvious ominous warnings. There are other problems besides Nick's possessed pussy. Nick never gets any sleep because the downstairs neighbor, a nameless recluse and horror movie make up artist, stays up all night making strange noises, and leaving traces of blood in the hallway. Worse, Angel scratched his neighbor, Lisa, a girl Nick once dated, and Lisa is threatening to sue. But as strange supernatural events take place, and people start disappearing, Nick must do something to prevent further catastrophes before his life becomes a living hell. Written by Denise Acosta

  • Living with Jigsaw

    Living with Jigsaw (2013)
    Film (short) by Chris Capel (Comedy and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Gary thought it would be cool to live with Jigsaw. Boy was he wrong.

  • Amelia's 25th

    Amelia's 25th (2013)
    Film by Martín Yernazian (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Turning 25 in the City of Angels is difficult for sometimes actress, Amelia, as she takes many twists and turns during this magical day of acceptance in this dark, ensemble comedy. Written by Actorkiss

  • Coldwater

    Coldwater (2013)
    Film by Vincent Grashaw (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A teenage boy is sent to a juvenile reform facility in the wilderness. As we learn about the tragic events that sent him there, his struggle becomes one for survival with the inmates, the counselors, and with the retired war colonel in charge. Written by Anonymous

  • Eagleheart

    Eagleheart (2013)
    Television by Andrew Weinberg (Action and Comedy) Actor In this parody on cop shows, a mad-dog US Marshal bent on justice battles crime his way and has only two less than perfect partners and a stodgy boss to rely on.

  • Adam's Gift

    Adam's Gift (2012)
    Film (short) by Zheng Liu (Comedy and Music) Camera and Electrical Department With only 24 hours to save his job, a Songwriter at the end of his rope discovers that his moment of generosity to a young stranger (amidst his own darkest moments) is rewarded with inspiration to create his best song yet.

  • Home from War

    Home from War (2012)
    Film (short) by Jonathan Dillon (Drama, Family and War) Camera and Electrical Department Two wounded female Marines return from Afghanistan, and meet in the Army Hospital in Landstuhl, Germany, on their way home. They must now face a battle they were not trained to fight.

  • Experimenting Straight

    Experimenting Straight (2012)
    Film (short) by Deborah Rombaut (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Nuclear Family

    Nuclear Family (2012)
    TV Movie by Kyle Rankin (Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department Nuclear Family begins the story of a young couple, John and Lynn, who are trying to survive in the woods after what appears to be a nuclear holocaust. They stay on the move with their 11-year-old daughter, Pauline... all the while searching for their missing 8-year-old son, Grant. Meanwhile, present society has disintegrated, and the family must stay one step ahead of the Berserkers: lawless, wild, brutal men who rape,pillage and destroy as a way of life. Shot as a pilot presentation for a TV series the story will take this family, and the others they meet along the way in their search for Grant and to avoid the Berserkers, to discoveries beyond the existing reality. Written by Clay Keeley Executive Producer

  • Layover

    Layover (2012)
    TV Movie by R.D. Braunstein (Crime, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A flight to Chicago is forced by a storm to a layover in Detroit, to hotel tycoon Hollingsworth's bitchy wife, heiress and deputy Susanne's fury, which rises to dismissal on the spot when her P.A. Rebecca White fails to book her a fast flight or a decent hotel. Rude as ever, kind only to her equally spoiled dog, complaining to the noisy neighbors this time gets her abducted, first as nasty witness, after identification as valuable prize, by Vlad's bunch of Russian white slavers, who tricked some local girls there, supposedly for an East European contest with a shot at a modeling career. When Rebbecca misses her, the company sends a ranking executive and enlists the FBI, but only the P.A. can make sense of a cryptic clue in her recorded ransom message. Written by KGF Vissers

  • Fifteen Digits

    Fifteen Digits (2012)
    Film (short) by Nick Santora (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Last Fall

    The Last Fall (2012)
    Film by Matthew A. Cherry (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An NFL journeyman struggles to deal with life's complexities after his professional career is over.

  • The Lesbian Experience

    The Lesbian Experience (2012)
    Film (short) by Romeo Brooks (Romance) Cinematographer Two friends, Chris (a socially awkward bookish young hipster) and Bethany (a street-wise LA pixy) meet at a coffee shop for their usual lunch time banter when the conversation stumbles into Bethany's sexual experiences with other women, eventual delving into male sexual anxiety. Bethany casually mentions how her 13 year old cousin is now keenly interested in her life after over hearing a phone conversation in which she mentions that she's had same sex experiences. Bethany queries Chris on the fascination that guys have with lesbian sex at which point Chris offers strangely truthful and comedic insights into the psychology behind it. Chris (secretly in love with Bethany) is ultimately, along with the audience, completely thrown for a loop when all is said and done. Written by Anonymous

  • McKenzie

    McKenzie (2012)
    Film (short) by Upinder Raisauda (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer A survival guide to Hollywood.

  • Choices

    Choices (2012)
    Film (short) by Mike Kirkland (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer An Emergency Room Pediatrician, Dr Ian Chance, struggles to cope with a tragedy he causes by hitting a little girl while driving intoxicated. Ian deals with the tragedy by choosing to forget and then changes his memories. He makes a choice to blame and take revenge out on others. Revenge does not heal, but causes more pain and confusion. His mind becomes sick to the extreme and he begins a series of the ultimate crime. Written by Anonymous

  • Livin' the Dream LA

    Livin' the Dream LA (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Actor The show revolves around Isabella and her friends from all walks of life, as they try to establish themselves in Hollywood. From actors to directors and everything in between, they have all come to Los Angeles to pursue their dreams. It's not like it is on TV. There is no glitz, no glamour and no money. At least not yet. But hey, they're Livin' The Dream! Written by Anonymous

  • Lil' Blake

    Lil' Blake (2011)
    Film (short) by Charles Ingram (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Touring

    Touring (2011)
    Film (short) by Charles Ingram (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Green Beer Brewery

    Green Beer Brewery (2011)
    Film (short) by Charles Ingram (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Sacrifice

    Sacrifice (2011)
    Film (short) by Tommy Limbrick (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer Sacrifice is a short film about a man who have gotten involved with a wealthy and upper class group of people. The head person of the group has told Tim the lead in the film that its time to make his sacrifice and his has until midnight to get it done. Written by Anonymous

  • The Horror of Barnes Folly

    The Horror of Barnes Folly (2011)
    Film by Jonathan Rach (Comedy and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor When a misunderstood MONSTER stumbles into the small backwoods hillbilly town of BARNES FOLLY, it is up to DEPUTY JOHNSON (Gorbos), an inept, newly transplanted cop from the big city, to ease the terrified town and bring the Monster to justice. He forms a mismatch posse, including his slightly psychic girlfriend (Bell), the town's only doctor (Muhammed), an odd woodsman (Gubbins), and Jeff, the hillbilliest of all hillbillies (Rodrick), to catch the horrible, horrific, horrifying Monster. Written by Anonymous

  • What's Life Got to Do with It?

    What's Life Got to Do with It? (2011)
    Film (short) by Cameron Fife (Comedy and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Sometimes it takes a dead guy to teach you something about living.

  • LoveFinder

    LoveFinder (2011)
    TV Movie by Alyson Roux (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Matthew Morrison Story

    The Matthew Morrison Story (2011)
    Film (short) by Charles Ingram (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Case File: The Smell of Lorne

    Case File: The Smell of Lorne (2010)
    Film (short) by Anthony Bromberg (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Cinematographer 'Case File: The Smell of Lorne' focuses on two thirty-ish people, Lorne and Lorna, trying to figure out how they're supposed to overcome their fears and accept their love-ability. We follow our heroes from their meeting at a dry cleaners through their first dates colored by Lorne's obsession with smelling good and finally to the stinky house fire that threatens to ruin their one-month anniversary and possibly the whole relationship. The film is driven by superb characters (acted to perfection) who bust our guts and pluck our heart strings in alternate frames with their brutally real insecurities and whimsicalities. Written by Anonymous

  • Gaspers and Moonshine

    Gaspers and Moonshine (2010)
    Film (short) by J.J. Mata (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer, Actor Dax is a depressed antique shop owner who feels his life is meaningless and full of pointless drudgery until one night a mysterious woman drops off a book that changes his life forever. Focused on the details of his interactions with people, Dax finds himself full of misery until his encounter at the corner diner unfolds offering Dax an enlightenment that exposes him to his fate. Written by Anonymous

  • Naive

    Naive (2010)
    Film (short) by Mario Troncoso (Drama) Cinematographer Alicia's life is shaken when she receives an offer from an unhappy woman: help end the woman's life and inherit all she owns. Embarking on her journey with a stranger, Alicia soon questions her decision.

  • Rack

    Rack (2010)
    Film (short) by Justin R. Durban (Sci-Fi) Cinematographer A man obtains all his dreams, only to find out that the cost is the unrealized future of mentally challenged beloved brother.

  • Snatch 'n' Grab

    Snatch 'n' Grab (2010)
    Film by James Christopher (Comedy and Romance) Actor Tired of being treated poorly by men, four frustrated women devise a game of social conquest to reclaim their destinies. But each is soon challenged to face herself and her relationships while also battling a jealous psycho and sexist boss.

  • My Generation

    My Generation (2010)
    Television by Noah Hawley Actor A decade after High School, ten people try to live out their dreams while appearing on a reality show.

  • Bits and Pieces

    Bits and Pieces (2009)
    Film (short) by Justin R. Durban (Biography, Drama, Fantasy and Horror) Cinematographer, Producer A lonely creature and a little girl explore what it means to be accepted by the family we choose ourselves.

  • The Last Thing She Wanted

    The Last Thing She Wanted (2009)
    Film (short) by Anthony Penta (Drama, Family and Thriller) Actor A desperate woman escapes from a mental institution to find her lost son.

  • Mahlen

    Mahlen (2009)
    Film (short) by Justin R. Durban (Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy and 1 More) Actor Elizabeth Cristo has been suffering from migraine headaches for the past few years with a diagnosis of an extremely rare bone disease. Scientists and doctors around the world have been unsuccessful in treating her rare and dangerous illness. One thing that is certain... She is dying. Years ago Elizabeth's husband, Robert Cristo, partnered with the renown scientist and humanitarian, Dr. William Mahlen in hopes to aid and finance his research and development of biometrics to ultimately find a cure for Elizabeth's terminal illness. When Robert discovers that Dr. Mahlen's intentions are vastly different than his own, Robert leaves the foundation to seek the necessary means to continue his research and to find a cure. Robert and Elizabeth have been hiding from Dr. Mahlen for months, each time narrowly evading capture. An few hours ago, Dr. Mahlen's team found a security breach in their computer mainframe which has lead them to Robert and Elizabeth's current location. A strike force has ... Written by Justin R. Durban

  • ExTerminators

    ExTerminators (2009)
    Film by John Inwood (Comedy and Drama) Actor Three women who meet in an anger-management class decide to form a traditional business with very untraditional methods.

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