Matthew Kalamane is an independent writer and director, located on Monterey California. Tending to favor pieces told through realistic and singular perspectives, his primary focus is on exploring uncomfortable subject matter that generates conflict and contributes to the overall human condition. Kalamane is also the co-director of the International Monarch Film Festival in Pacific Grove, CA.
Unique traits: Gets it done.
Fireflies in Gloaming
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Die, My Dear
Film (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Writer/Director Victor and Miranda attempt to resolve the conflicts within their failing marriage over the course of a final dinner date. After failing to salvage their relationship, they reveal their sinister true motivations for the meeting; to murder the other. Having both successfully poisoned the other during the meal, the pair face off against the inevitability of their unexpected and untimely fates, as they square their shoulders toward a poison whose symptoms were customized to be as brutal and painful for its intended target.
Film (Drama and Horror) Writer/Director A man awakens in an empty house that he is unable to leave. Battling fatigue, injury and amnesia, and guided only by a mysterious voice in a phone, he begins piecing together the fractured memories of events that led him to be trapped where he is, and ultimately discovers a truth more horrifying than he could have ever imagined. Written by Anonymous
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Operation Belvis Bash
Film (Comedy, Music, Romance and War) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A rock and roll musician travels to Afghanistan to win the hearts and minds of its people.
Where Monarchs Die
Film (Short and Drama) Writer An evaluation of youth growing up in a retirement community and the issues that surface in beginning your life where most people go to die. The story covers a single day in the life of two groups whose only commonality is their youth and a chance meeting at a bonfire on the beach. Written by Anonymous