Name: Michael Fodera
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Lunarcy Pictures
Occupation: Director, Editor, Producer and Screenwriter
Film by Michael Fodera (Short, Comedy, Drama and Fantasy) Director A sheltered and struggling young actor, Ian, receives a call from his agent about an upcoming audition. Shortly after, Ian begins to see disturbing visions of the immediate future and he soon realizes that having this ability is not exactly a welcomed gift unless he is ready to do something about it. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
Film by Andrew J. Anthony (Short and Drama) Visual effects 21 Things is the story of a one-night stand that becomes a morning-after adventure. Bryce Collins, a rich twenty-something living on Manhattan's Upper West Side, is confronted with an unbelievable premise: the young woman with whom he spent the night, Amy Bruck, claims knowledge of her impending death later that day. In an effort to discover the truth, he follows her on a mission to complete her bucket list. Soon, Bryce finds himself taking part in a theft and risking his safety, all to fulfill a story he's not sure he believes. 21 Things examines the brief connections we make that can impact the rest of our lives.
We All Dealt It
Film by Michael Fodera (Short and Comedy) Director Tom brings his friend Alan to the opening night of an art gallery show where the artist uses a medium that has never before been seen.
Film by Michael Fodera (Short and Comedy) Director A terrible martial arts instructor falls in love with a student's mother.
What Would Ben Franklin Say?
Film by Eric M. Leventhal (Short, Comedy and History) Editor One of America's founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin, gets transported to the year 2013 and has quite a bit to say about it.
Film by Michael Fodera (Short and Drama) Director In the rolling hills of rural America, Sam picks up a drifting hitchhiker along the way and it becomes apparent that the two men have nothing in common with each other. Before their journey reaches it's end, each reveals who they really are. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
TV Movie by Michael Fodera (Comedy) Director Kissing Sisters - Episode 2 A brand new episode of sketch comedy from Kissing Sisters: A karate instructor falls in love with a student's mother, a game show mismatches two families against each other, Ben Franklin time travels to the year 2013, the first look at the new Jason Bourne movie, and Tom brings his friend Alan to an art gallery opening where the artist's medium has never before been seen. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
Art Creature: Alby Cohen
Film by Michael Fodera (Short) Director Alby Cohen is an audio engineer and music producer working in the thriving Brooklyn recording studio, Rough Magic Studios. Starting from the bottom and working his way up, he now works alongside some of the biggest names in the music industry including, Talib Kweli, Jean Grae, Adam Deitch and Oteil Burbridge. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
Art Creature: Jeremy Selenfriend
Film by Michael Fodera (Short) Director Jeremy Selenfriend is an Emmy Award nominated Special FX Makeup Artist who built his business, Monster In My Closet, from the ground up. Normally switching up genres for any artist is a huge obstacle but Jeremy is doing it with great ease. He began working on super-campy, indie horror films like, MOLD!, which is a throwback to the classic science-fiction movies of the 1950s and went onto other horror films like, "Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet", "The Bleeding House" and "Crazy Eights." His most recent credits include the second season of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and the Robert De Niro executively produced series, "The 2-2" premiering on CBS. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
Hunters, Run! Life of Crime
Video by Michael Fodera (Short and Music) Director Music video for Brooklyn based band, Hunters, Run!
Mechanical Boy: Swing Low and Carry Me Home
Video by Michael Fodera (Short and Music) Director Music video for Texas based band, Mechanical Boy.
Flowers for Her
Film by Michael Fodera (Short, Drama, Horror and Mystery) Director Nathaniel is the peculiar, obsessively over-organized manager of a New York dry cleaning plant. He runs the place with the precision of one of its machines, and becomes more uptight than usual when things do not go according to plan, more specifically, his plan. Nathaniel's relationship with his long time girlfriend is waning, which intensifies his struggle for order and control. While attempting to keep things together, his insecurities trigger hallucinations and the boundary between his visions and reality become dangerously blurred. Written by Lunarcy Pictures
Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet
Film by Frank Sabatella (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department A group of teenagers celebrating Blood Night, the anniversary of the death of a local axe murderer, Mary Hatchet, suddenly find themselves face to face with the realities of her haunting. As they run from the bloody rampage left behind they'll need to survive the night to expose the truth behind the legend of Bloody Mary. Written by Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, NY)