Guyanese-Jamaican Writer-Director @ Watooka Films.
Film (short) by Joey Daniel Carr (History and Romance) Cinematographer Bonnie & Clyde are known as America's greatest bank robbers. The infamous couple would be responsible for giving life to the FBI, finally able to pursue them with enough firearms to end the fatal run. Before they were the most dangerous criminals in the country, they were strangers looking for something to fulfill them... "Colt Love" is history's untold origin of the love-at-first-sight romantic tragedy. By the end of their first conversation, she is convinced to break him out of prison. When Buck leads police to Clyde, out of jealousy, Bonnie is faced with a decision that will alter her life and the history of the United States... Written by Joey Daniel Carr
Film (short) by Elizabeth O'Brien (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department After years of not knowing a quarantined man learns the secrets of the facility he is being held in.
The Show Must Go On
Film (short) by Jason Heinrich (Drama) Cinematographer After being called a freak by town locals, the teenage daughter of a traveling circus ringmaster decides to leave the show. But when their train derails sending the entire circus to the hospital, she must learn the true meaning of family before her father closes the circus for good. Written by Jason Heinrich
A Dance with Harvey
Film (short) by Jason Heinrich (Drama) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Jason Heinrich (Horror, Thriller and War) Camera and Electrical Department During a routine sweep of the ghetto, a Nazi commandant discovers a little girl hiding in the shadows of an apartment. After teasing the child with food, the commandant discovers that she is not what she appears to be in a terrifying conclusion.
Film (short) by Jason Heinrich (Thriller) Cinematographer
What Was and Is and Could Have Been
Film (short) by Mitchell Freitas (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department The film follows the journey of a bullied teen on his way home from school after a long day of being harassed by his peers. In his normal path home he encounters a variety of different people that one would rarely notice in their daily lives. Many of these people would be judged by us in a negative manner due to preconceived notions, but as the film progresses we are able to see a flashback of each person's life, giving way to a greater understanding of an individual's situation through his traumas and past experiences; this film challenges us to realize that everyone has a story, everyone has had their struggles, and everyone strives to live a happy life. The goal of this film is to promote a greater understanding for one another and with the unexpected ending it shows how much one act of kindness could completely change a person's life. In conclusion, upon watching this film, the audience will be more aware of those they pass by in their day to day lives and promote what the world ... Written by Anonymous