Film (short) by Ralph Klisiewicz (Sci-Fi and Short) Sound recordist The ARTIFACT explores the interplay of the three characters, each with their own distinctive motives. Steve is a brilliant coder who lacks purpose or connection to the world he is living in. He is recruited by Martin to build virtual technology that finds its way on the black market. When he finds the lead on the hacker he is intrigued and wants to learn her cause, maybe even join her. Martin, on the other hand, is an opportunist who sees Steve only as an utility to get ahead in the world. The hacker (the ARTIFACT) is only interested in developing her technology for consciousness transfer.
A Survivor's Guide to Writing in the Quarantine
Film (short) by Ralph Klisiewicz (Comedy) Producer, Writer
Film (short) by Studio Lumina Entertainment/ Reynaldo Dumas (Short) Producer, Writer, Director One man alone during the quarantine
Film (short) by Studio Lumina Entertainment/ Reynaldo Dumas (Drama and Short) Producer, Writer, Director When his wife is called into work unexpectedly, Aaron is left alone to help his sister-in-law Brigitte to move into her new apartment. There's only one problem: Aaron and Brigitte are in love with each other.
Film (short) by Lynette Weeks (Drama and Short) Editor About spiritual warfare. Have you ever wondered how the battle going on within you would look if you were physically staring right at it? This faith-based short film will give you a visual of what the lead character Mike, is spiritually battling against and how it has caused depression, anger, and harmful events to occur in his life.
Film (short) by John Patrick Tomasek (Thriller and Short) Editor, Associate Producer You can't always trust your eyes or ears. There sometimes exists a distorted reality. Evelyn's complicated relationship with her Sheriff father is strained by her relationship with her demanding boyfriend Jake. Events take a strange twist as reality becomes abstract and blurs their perception.
Film (short) by Studio Lumina Entertainment/ Reynaldo Dumas (Comedy and Short) Producer, Writer, Director One man and one woman, the ultimate conflict: Who gets the last beer
Bizarre Man: The Jingle Bell Battle
Film by Dandrell Scott (Comedy, Family and Animation) Actor (Voice) Due to his hatred for Christmas, Dr. Mayhem devises a plan to kidnap Santa Claus, and release a toxic gas into the world. The city's best superhero, Bizarre Man, must stop the evil villain before the gas is released.
Short by Devon Ford (Drama and Short) Location sound mixer Beth, a bored housewife, retreats into childhood fantasy and her world begins to crumble. Joe tries to do his laundry only to be ambushed by pirates and bizarre visions of lost love. Aging and ill, Peter recaptures his youth as he battles his way out of a malevolent hospital.
TV Movie by Snooze Jersey Productions/Dan Brouwer (Comedy) Sound department Carpeted Afterhours is a series of surreal vignettes gently poking fun at different aspects of suburban life. The show paints a portrait of what initially appears to be contemporary Middle America - strip malls, book clubs, community soccer games, office parks, etc. However, the setting is soon revealed to be separate from reality, creating a self-contained alternative world where everything familiar is turned upside-down.
Film (short) by Studio Lumina Entertainment/ Reynaldo Dumas (Comedy and Short) Producer, Writer, Director
New Jersey Film Awards - Best Short Film Comedy - "Smitten"
Chicago Feedback Film Festival - Best Performances - "Moving-In-Law"
KinoDrome: International Motion Picture & Screenplay Festival -Honorable Mention - "Moving-In-Law"
LA Shorts Awards - Diamond Award - "Moving-In-Law"
Columbia College Chicago