Christopher John Fetherolf

Christopher John Fetherolf

Actor, Cinematographer, Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter and Voice Artist

Los Angeles, California

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About Christopher

I am an alumnus of the UCLA School of Theatre Film & Television where I was one of twelve freshmen chosen to study in a four year Acting Conservatory Track taught by industry professionals from Yale, Carnegie Melon, and NYU.

While at UCLA, I starred in David Mamet’s “American Buffalo”, Robert Schenkkan’s “Kentucky Cycle”, and Dario Fo’s “Accidental Death of an Anarchist”.

In 2000, I wrote, produced, and starred in a feature film entitled F-Stops, which won the Silver Remy Award at the Houston World Fest for Best Thriller and was chosen as one of the Top Ten Films in the International Cinematographers Guild Film Festival. In addition, Eastman Kodak sponsored F-Stops at the Cannes Film Festival.

I have starred in short films, features, stage, and television shows and commercials over the past 20 years. In that time I have been hired as a producer, writer, cinematographer, editor, and director on a variety of independently produced short films, live events, and stage performances.

I also created, produced, and hosted a monthly short film festival in Los Angeles called The 4th Wall (2004 – 2006). Selections included works by winners of Project Greenlight, Sundance, Cannes, and FoxSearchLab.

Currently, in addition to producing projects and being hired as an actor, I work as a voice over artist for audiobooks and a freelance videographer (one of my part time gigs is for the Academy of Motion Pictures - shooting interviews and Q&A's with filmmakers post screenings), as well as I offer shooting and editing services for actor reels, shorts, trailers, and demo reels.

Loglines

  • What Happens in Laughlin

    What Happens in Laughlin Comedy Horror Four friends partying in Laughlin must battle a city full of zombies while searching for a cure to the undead apocalypse that has interrupted their weekend plans.

  • Murder By Numbers

    Murder By Numbers Action Historical Thriller Caden Thrush, a shadow assassin for the Queen, uncovers a plot of KGB operatives working with the IRA, the PLO, and Al-Qaeda terrorists in order to infiltrate the highest ranks of MI6, assassinate the Prime Minister, and unify terrorist cells across the globe to take down the crown.

  • Gringos Los Locos

    Gringos Los Locos Action Adventure Western Amidst a bloody battle in a small Mexican town between ruthless desperados and vicious banditos, brother turns against brother for the sake of a woman.

  • Company Picnic

    Company Picnic Comedy Family Every year, the Huffman family competes in a decathlon of events at the annual company picnic and every year they lose to the McCormick family.

Credits

  • The Adventures of Death

    The Adventures of Death (2007)
    Film by Wolf Monkey Shark Productions Actor, writer, producer, cinematographer, editor, director

  • Musee Des Femmes

    Musee Des Femmes (2006)
    Video by Desert Sin Productions Cinematographer, editor

  • A Reason for Living

    A Reason for Living (2004)
    Documentary by Jim Stafford Productions Cinematographer, editor, director

  • F-Stops

    F-Stops (2002)
    Film by Burning Galileo Films Actor, Writer, Producer,

Awards

  • What Happens in Laughlin (Feature Script) - Winner Best Horror Comedy @ Screenwriting Expo
    (2011)

  • Gringos Los Locos (Feature Script) - Quarter-Finalist @ American Screenwriting Competition
    (2009)

  • Murder by Numbers (Feature Script) - Semi-Finalist @ Scriptapalooza
    (2007)

  • The Adventures of Death - San Diego Comic Con Film Festival
    (2006)

  • A Reason for Living - Audience Award at CA Independent Film Festival
    (2004)

  • F-Stops - Sponsored by Kodak & the International Cinematographers Guild at Cannes
    (2002)

  • F-Stops - Silver Remy for Best Thriller - Houston World Festival
    (2001)

Education

  • UCLA
    (1992-1996)

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