Activist/Lobbyist Rachel Sallinger (Naima Jackson) has a one-on-one with Congressman Cromwell (David Lamberton) in a quiet lounge about a major upcoming environmental vote. Cromwell sees it as another "rodeo" - until Sallinger plays her ace.
Mr. Kendall (David Lamberton) is a senior partner at a prestigious law firm. His paralegal, Jane (Ali Stoner) asks if he'd be willing to write a letter of recommendation for her. He agrees, but has a "quid pro quo" which he proposes to Jane.
Two Clips from: "Singularity" - winner 'Best Sci-Fi' in the Philly Independent Fest. Forsythe, plant manager of a major auto finishing plant, is desperate; demanding to know how and when a mysterious computer 'glitch' will be rectified to get the plant back online. Other material will be added as I secure copies.
SINGULARITY was the winner of the 'Best Sci-Fi' award in the Philly Independent Festival. A major auto plant has its main computer hit by a "glitch" causing the computer to re-write its own program code; [here] plant manager John Forsythe (David Lamberton) shares a personal insight and compassionate moment with the brilliant Silas Faulkner (Russell Jordan).