I am a micro-auteur. Maybe a nano-auteur. Producer/writer/director for several short films that have been made Official Selections at various festivals. "The Incident of the Ammonia-Breathing Space Crabs" was nominated for Best Sci-Fi at Snake Alley Film Festival in Burlington, IA. Other films: "The Molers: Searching for the Mole People. A Documentary." "Where Is Here?" "By Mouth Only."
By Mouth Only
Film (short) by James Edmunds (Comedy) Actor, Director, Producer All Sound Effects And Music Made By Human Mouths!
Where Is Here?
Film (short) by James Edmunds (Sci-Fi) Director, Producer, Writer He awakens in a bare space that provided no clues. Where is here? How did he get here? The struggle to remember brings more questions than answers.
The Molers: Searching for the Mole People
Film by James Edmunds (Comedy, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Actor, Director, Producer, Writer There is something lurking beneath the surface in this mockumentary that rips the lid off one of the great urban myths of our time. Talpidanthropy - the belief in creatures that are half mole (family Talpidae) and half man (anthropo) - a product of fevered imaginations, or alert attention to a closely guarded secret? Written by Anonymous
The Incident of the Giant Ammonia-Breathing Space Crabs
Film (short) by James Edmunds (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actor, Director, Producer, Writer All human life is under threat with the arrival of the Giant Ammonia-Breathing Space Crabs! Our weapons seem to be useless against these hyper-sized crustaceans. Can mankind be saved? There may be a chance, if Dr. Walter Niemann's hunch is correct - and the Alien Invasion Response Bureau Action Group (AIRBAG) can make the wily scientist's plan work! Written by Anonymous
Secrets of Fenville
Film by Keven Carter (Mystery) Actor Secrets of Fenville is a collection of nine interwoven stories all centering around various occurrences in a fictional suburb called Fenville. Ranging from the strange to the sublime, from the frightening to the bizarre, each story has a secret to share, often with unexpected results. Nine Detroit-Area filmmakers collaborated on the film, each directing a different segment. Written by MTE
Television (Drama) Actor An anthology television series aired from Toronto, Canada, and carried by both CBC Television and ABC. In Canada the series was known as General Motors Presents. The one-hour dramas were either romance, adventure, or mystery stories. Patrick Macnee, Barry Morse and William Shatner were among those who frequently appeared. Written by TV