Written & Directed by Dustin Buck & Meghan Nicole Starring: Trisha Zarate as Stefanie Jonathon Tracy as Ole Logan Chitwood as Coen Carly Rucker as Death Cinematographer: Rolando Herrera Edited by Dustin Buck Produced by Meghan Nicole & Don Graham
Everyday Planning My Escape is an experimental short film about a young male figure trying to escape his environment to a better life but his peers and surroundings do everything they can to try and delay his departure. Watch the full film here
The hospital calls Fareed; his wife’s cancer has reached its terminal stage. Swiss pensioner Roli comes to his help and takes him to the hospital but the wife passes away shortly after, leaving the Syrian refugee alone with two daughters. Fareed wants to see his wife buried in accordance with[…]
Texas , 1865. In the town of Santa Sangre, the sins of the fathers bring vengeance on the generations.
Trailer for ‘my phantom limb’ (a movie by Cole Mitchek that’s coming soon) featuring music by Matthew and the Arrogant Sea starring Katherine Park and David Portillo
A teen attempts to escape his dead-end life as his best friend tries to stop him at any cost. Premiering on Film Shortage / 06.23.2017 – Stay tuned!
JACK and ELLA travel alone, taking the path less trodden. Dishevelled and dirty they keep away from people, towns and cities, off the grid. They are hiding, on the run, but from what and why? It’s unclear who ALEXANDER works for but what’s apparent is that violence is his forte,[…]
John stumbles upon a mysterious crate and discovers within it a hidden secret that will change the world forever. Starring Jay Gallagher from the Australian Zombie feature film and soon to be TV series.
Darkday is an original animated graphic novel written by me, Jonas Strandberg Ringh, graphic designer and art director and critically acclaimed Swedish author Danny Wattin. It’s story about guilt, dreams of a better life and the way we bend reality in order to justify and live with our actions. It[…]
Real and imaginary worlds collide when a lonely data entry clerk (Johnny Flynn) reaches through his computer screen, in search of a genuine connection.