Name: Ryan Mieczyslaw Juszkiewicz
Lives in: Bloomington, Indiana
Company: Electro Productions Inc.
Occupation: Director, Director of Photography, Producer, Editor and Assistant Director
The Good Catholic
Film (Comedy and Drama) Line Producer Daniel loved his job as a small town priest more than anything. Then he met Jane. God help him.
Stardust & Moonbeams
Film (Short and Drama) Editor It's the modern times of the Jazz Age. At an art nude photo exhibit Will gets inspired: he wants to create sexy progressive images of his wife Beth. She notices there are no nude photographs of men shot by women. So, Beth agrees to pose, if Will poses for her, too. So it's lights, camera . . . lose your clothes, Will. As Beth photographs him, it's much more than capturing the allure of exposed male skin. In a win-win turn of the tables, it's highly charged art. The woman is behind the camera. The man is in front. Sparks will fly . . . . Beth and Will plan an exhibit of their photographs to communicate their passion for sexual equality. Their friends Cary, Janet, Matt, and Cherilyn don't expect these photos when they arrive for casual cocktails, but they ultimately applaud them and are even inspired. They all agree that images of men created by women are long overdue, and sexual equality wins the day. Written by Madelyn Ritrosky
The Weak Force
Film (Short, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer When a nuclear engineer returns home from work to find her husband suddenly missing, her search uncovers strangers with a shocking theory.
Film (Short and Crime) Cinematographer Roman, a former by-the-book, straight-laced cop, struggles to keep his double-life in order as he searches for ways - sometimes illegal - to pay for his ailing son's medical expenses while evading capture from an overzealous IAD agent.
Mind Over Mindy
Film (Comedy, Drama, Fantasy and Romance) Cinematographer A middle-aged man's troubled relationship with his fiancée becomes even more complex when his teen-age ex-girlfriend from 1989 literally materializes from out of his dreams and into the 21st century.
Real Prayers Are Said in German
Film (Comedy, Drama, Family and Short) Director It's the 1940s. In a Midwestern German community, three children cope with their beloved father's tuberculosis diagnosis. In this time of growing anti-German sentiment, the war and his illness is pushing this close-knit farming family into poverty. Their mother is unable to process the decline of her husband and so retreats. Their grandmother, Pop'Em picks up the reins. She encourages the children to live, not merely to survive and certainly not to hide. In response, they turn to music and Cubs baseball. And, always, to each other.
At Me or with Me
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Editor Even the worst of us are capable of good intentions.
The Looking Glass
Film (Drama and Music) Second Unit Director and Assistant Director Troubled 13-year-old Julie loses her mother and must go to Indiana to live with her grandmother Karen. A former star of stage and screen, Karen has the early stages of Alzheimer's and wants to pass on all she knows to her granddaughter before it's too late. Will their troubled relationship allow this to happen? Written by Anonymous
The Mob Doctor
Television (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor A young thoracic surgeon becomes indebted to the South Chicago mafia and is forced to moonlight as a mob doctor, while also working full time at Chicago's most prominent hospital.
Film (Drama) Cinematographer A street preacher encounters a man in a greasy rib joint and becomes convinced that she has been chosen by God to bring this solitary stranger to Jesus. What she doesn't realize is that he is a hired killer staking out the restaurant as he lies in wait for his intended victim. Both the preacher lady and the hit man are determined to carry out their mission. No matter what it takes. Written by Peter O'Keefe
Film (Comedy and Drama) Line Producer Brownwood, Texas review: by JOE ESPY Fake a few abortions. Pay your rent late. Sleep with the dude driving the biggest truck in town. Such is the dismal existence of Lacy Cotton (Shaneye Ferrell), a small town product of a musty honky tonk and severely mediocre ambition. Lacy currently exists in the redneck rut of life, but she discovers the old fashioned, neo-American way out, lies, lies and a few more lies. With the come-and-go support of her best friend, Missy (Quenby Bakke), Lacy makes an ill-fated appearance on a TV talk show to supposedly meet a secret admirer, but instead meets a colossal catastrophe. Additional contributions from Texas originals, such as Kinky Friedman as Lacy's father, make the story of KNOCKED UP the quintessential, small town classic. And let it be known that Shaneye Ferrell delivers the very embodiment of redneck scripture tremendously impressive. David Hickey has taken a story, which surprises no one, and surprised everyone with an archetypal comedy. Film... Written by JOE ESPY
Brothers. Dogs. And God.
Film (Comedy and Drama) Producer How many times can a man try to kill himself before God takes his turn.
A Piece of Eden
Film (Comedy and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A New York press agent applies his show-business acumen to revitalize his ailing father's Indiana fruit farm.
Gulistan, the Story of Ibrahim Parlak
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Film (Short and Thriller) Cinematographer As Jennie Olsen begins maturing, she becomes a distraction and liability if Belle continue's with her crimes. As a solution, Belle decides to send Jennie far away until Jennie recalls her memory of growing up on the farm and admits that she would rather stay. To complicate matters, it becomes clear that Belle's farmhand, Emil Greening, is deeply in love with Jennie. Now Belle is left with a tough decision to determine the fate of Jennie. Written by Silent Radio Pictures
I Met You on the Radio
Film (Short and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Holed up in a basement shelter, Ish, survivor of recent societal collapse, passes his time broadcasting on the radio, hoping he's not the only one left.