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I am a hard working individual who has a BFA and master's degree in film and television. I work with movie magic and Microsoft office and know all areas and department of a film.
The Murders of Cane Hill
Film by T.J. Collins (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department When a group of researchers find a haunted mansion in an old civil war town called Cane Hill, their discovery turns into mass murder. Now they must escape a possessed killer in deadly pursuit.
Film by Peter James Iengo (Comedy) Producer C STREET is a comedy farce about a power hungry intern who pimps out his apartment to sex-starved politicians. Guy was on the fast track to power. All that changed one day when Guy found Haley, the object of his affections, waiting naked in his bed - for someone else. Unbeknownst to Guy, his slick Senator boss was using Guy's apartment to have an affair with Haley. Before Guy has a chance to express his true feelings, half of Washington shows up at Guy's apartment unannounced and looking for love. Guy will have to corral the libidinous lawmakers, and decide what's truly important if he's going to find redemption and win the girl of his dreams. Written by Brett Lewis
Film by Gabriel Decoute (Fantasy) Producer
Film (short) by Jaclyn Rogers (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A young girl comes to terms with her life in foster care.
Cassanova Was a Woman
Film by Kevin Arbouet (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew
Television (Drama) Sound department Jason and Emma, fleeing a dark past left behind in Houston, encounter a new obstacle lurking on the streets of New York City. Unsure whether to embrace the challenge or flee, their entire world teeters on the brink of collapse.
Where Hearts Lie
Film by Tony Lindsay (Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew 'Where The Heart Lies" is a drama/thriller that delves into the modern day enigma of "good men." Hollywood has adopted and exacerbated a myriad of false notions about men that call for the shedding of light upon real issues; issues that lead to the demise of our relationships, and the breakdown of the family unit. Written by Tony Lindsay
Film by Peter James Iengo (Documentary and News) Producer Capital is a documentary feature film covering the student loan debt crisis in America. Footage and interviews from Washington DC, The President of the USSA, founder of studentloandebt.org and journalist for The Nation Robert Applebaum, Kings County Democratic Chairmen Frank Seddio, and interviews from four different college graduates each of which struggling from student loan debt, and employment hardships. Throughout each of the interviews statics and facts regarding the loan debt crisis is presented verbally, written, and in charts/diagrams. Written by Anonymous
The Eye of Horus
Television (Action, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew
Campus of the Dead
Film (short) by Gabriel Decoute (Horror) Producer
The Harbor Story
Film (short) by Tony DiMaso (Drama and Romance) Producer The Harbor Story follows a couple, Joe and Molly who meet one another at a softball field in the 1970's. Their bond is immediate and mutual. As their relationship begins to progress and grow stronger, Molly is unexpectedly diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. While Molly begins her treatment, she turns to her family and Joe for their love and support. But as she continues to get weaker she begins to question if she will ever have a future with Joe, while Joe questions if he'll have the strength to move on if Molly's time should come. Written by Anonymous
Kung Fu Killer Zombie
Film (short) by Daniel Galiardi (Action, Comedy and Horror) Makeup Department The world as we know it is ending, and a few survivors are struggling to stay alive! One may even carry the cure to the zombie curse in her DNA, but can they avoid capture long enough to unlock it? Written by anonymous