Obin Olson

Obin Olson

Producer

Atlanta, Georgia

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November 2015
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Credits

  • Shadow

    Shadow (2016)
    Film by Amariah Olson (Thriller) Producer

  • Operator

    Operator (2015)
    Film by Obin Olson (Action, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer, Director, Producer, Writer When the daughter of veteran 911 call center operator Pamela (Mischa Barton), and her estranged husband Jeremy (Luke Goss), a Senior Police Officer, is kidnapped and held hostage, they are left desperate, with no choice but to follow the kidnapper's rules: send messages through dispatch for all police and fire units to scatter to remote locations throughout the city where they are met with chaos. Not knowing who or why, the one thing they do know is if they fail to discreetly collaborate with one another - they will be solely responsible for facilitating the biggest crime in the city's history. Now they must race against the clock to make the choice of their lives - save the city - or save their daughter. Written by Cinema Management Group

  • Unknown Caller

    Unknown Caller (2014)
    Film by Obin Olson (Thriller) Cinematographer, Director, Editor, Producer A psychopath uses a family's high tech security system with a ticking time bomb to terrorize them for 90 minutes demanding an answer to his question; 'WHO AM I?'

  • White Men Can't Dance

    White Men Can't Dance (2012)
    Film by Pete Vinal (Drama and Family) Cinematographer, Editor Pete Weaver has lost his job and his father, and now his daughter needs expensive medical treatment. With training assistance from his old break-dancing buddies, he sets his sights on winning a competition that promises enough winnings to save his daughter's life. Written by Jeff Clayton (III)

  • Absolute Killers

    Absolute Killers (2011)
    Film by Heather Hale (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Visual effects, Camera and Electrical Department Johnny Graham, raised by the Torino crime family after the death of his parents, is repeatedly torn between loyalty to his adoptive family and his conscience. When Anthony Torino, the volatile heir-apparent, turns his deadly sights on the DA prosecuting him for the cold-blooded murder of his own cousin, Johnny is finally moved to act. Despite his role as family accountant, Johnny is quite the marksman. He convinces a reluctant Anthony into letting him eliminate DA Elizabeth Jones. Johnny's plan to simply warn her instead is thwarted by the arrival of a pair of Torino family goons sent to supervise his first hit. The ensuing shootout leaves Elizabeth wounded, one goon dead, and Johnny arrested. Johnny rolls on Anthony and enters the Witness Security Program. Shortly after Anthony is arrested, he escapes and contacts his mole to get the locations of Johnny and the others who were going to testify against him. When Vince, Torino family hit-man and Johnny's lifelong friend, shows at the ... Written by Eric Troyer

  • Fatal Flaw

    Fatal Flaw (2008)
    Film (short) by Obin Olson (Thriller) Cinematographer, Director, Editor Jonathon Ridecher is an average man living beyond his means and he is addicted to gambling. His wife knows he has gambled but is unaware of the addiction. He convinces his wife to mortgage the house to consolidate their debt. He has one intention, to get ahead, and now makes the ultimate gamble. After losing the bet he now faces an interrogation but by whom? Imagine being interrogated by someone who knows the truth about everything you've ever done in your life. There appears to be no way out. Written by Joseph Quinn Simpkins

  • Madison Rose

    Madison Rose (2006)
    TV Movie by Ted Haimes (Reality-TV) Cinematographer

  • Mobi Jokes

    Mobi Jokes (2006)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer, Director, Editor

  • Surface

    Surface (2005)
    Television by Josh Pate (Adventure, Mystery, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Special effects What do naval officers in the South Antarctic Sea, a family in Wilmington, N.C., the oceanographic institute in Monterey, and fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico all have in common? They're all about to be the first to meet a new form of sea life -- it's beautiful, the kids may even want to play with it, and it likes to make the water warm. But what they don't know yet is that they are on the verge of a world disaster. "Surface" is a series full of continuously evolving twists that deliver across several long-term arcs. Written by Anonymous

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