A bourgeois dinner. The table is flawless: chandeliers, fine porcelain, divine dishes, delicate wines. Seven guests are sitting. They all are charming… from the outside. What are they truly thinking about? Director’s Notes These People is the first short film I ever wrote and directed. It started off as an[…]
Two broke hitman can´t decide wich one of them will kill a fat man, because none of them wants to spend their bullets. Director’s Statement After i watch the tv performance of the great actor Mauro Muñiz de Urquiza, i wrote a character inspired on him, in what his usual[…]
The story of a series of encounters between two strangers told from two very different perspectives. Director’s Statement “The Love” is essentially a film about the meaning we assign to chance encounters: is it fate, coincidence, or something else? The film requires the audience to get lost in the two[…]
An office employee is tired of having her lunch stolen from the break room refrigerator and seeks revenge on her thief of a co-worker. Actress/filmmaker Heather Brittain O’Scanlon was taking fight choreography classes with the Cinematic Fight Studio in NYC. After a few weeks of classes and throwing around ideas[…]
A depressed house husband decides to take a journey into the unknown world of his own backyard. Animals Animals Animals follows Andy, a depressed house husband, who decides to take a journey into the unknown world of his own backyard. Andy’s journey leads him to a drug induced revelation courtesy[…]
A Door-to-Door ‘Death’ Salesman, struggles to close a deal with a fabulously picky customer.
“The Eye” is an animated micro short that offers viewers a rare glimpse into the life of one of society’s most overlooked subjects – a giant eyeball.
In the final act of a slasher film, Bruce attempts to reclaim his manliness and impress the final girl by finishing off the killer. Director Statement As a kid, my friends and I had movie marathons every weekend, renting VHS tapes from the local Blockbuster’s horror section. HOLIDAY FEAR picks[…]
Arthur suffers from extreme anxiety, a condition he must confront, when domestic abuse unfolds in an alley below his apartment. Arthur must push past the confines of the walls and memories that surround him, to help the victim below.
A man shows up at a Los Angeles house party with a plan and a mysterious lunchbox, but things take a turn when he runs into someone from his past. Out of a simple idea and some powerful moments, It’s Not What You Know came from friends staying at Ava[…]