Originally from Dearborn Heights (Detroit), MI.
Name: Vincent Drabik
Lives in: Houston, Texas
Company: VRD Productions
Occupation: Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Second Assistant Camera
Film (Short) Production manager Set in 1992, ACID TEST follows Jenny (15) as she drops acid at a concert only to go home to her parents halfway through her "trip" and confess to them what she's done, navigating the ensuing parental meltdown while still hallucinating.
Three Little Pucks
Film (Short, Comedy and Sport) Writer A toy designer tries to convince his boss to make the perfect hockey puck for kids. One problem: His boss hates hockey.
Black Church, Inc.: Prophets for Profit
Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department Black Church, Inc. attempts to justify the dichotomy of the profits of prophets. It compares pastors who are seen as activists such as Rev. Taharka Robinson, Rev. Al Sharpton and Pastor Raphael Warnock with pastors who are criticized for being celebrity brands such as Rev. Eddie Long, Rev. Creflo Dollar and Rev. T.D. Jakes. The documentary takes a deep dive into controversial issues clouding the church including "love offerings"(cash payments given to ministers), financial abuse and the deification of the mega-church pastor all while asking... is prayer-for-profit moral? Written by Stella L. Holmes
Film (Short and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Michelle, a young woman suffering from a debilitating eating disorder, discovers a drug that will end her suffering... If she's willing to pay the price.
America's Most Haunted
Film (Comedy and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department The crew of a popular ghost hunting show gets more than they bargained for when they come across a location that's actually haunted.
Video (Short and Family) Actor When Mrs. Parker's third grade class is asked to present what they want the most in the world, Max decides to build a robot for show and tell.
Film (Short and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department J.D. Strickland is a bestselling author, who also happens to be a skeleton. He has fame, money, and runaway success. However, he isn't feeling creatively fulfilled. He wants to leave behind his popular series of "Skeleton Books" ("Skeleton In Space," "Skeleton of the Sahara," Dial S ... for Skeleton!") and write a novel about real people, living real lives; he longs to finally be what he's always dreamed of being: "a voice for those in the world who have no voice to tell their own stories." His publisher, though, is none too happy about this. Will our bony, literary hero find a way to appease his creative spirit, or will he be forced to sell out by those who control his creative strings? Written by Lieske, Ryan
Grand Valley State University (Allendale, MI)
Grand Rapids Community College (Grand Rapids, MI)
Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts Inc (Southfield, MI)