Two strangers alone in a big city forge an unusual bond in the face of crises and survival. Crisscross forms part of a series of short films called Harlemites. The shorts intertwine, but also stand alone as self-contained stories. They depict themes of family and race in a gentrifying Harlem.
A man is walking through a desert carrying a full water bottle. He is desperately fighting the temptation to drink the water. The question arises how the man got himself into this predicament. And what will happen if he does drink the water? Director’s Statement Growing up watching American films,[…]
A late night at the office turns in to a nightmare when a copywriter realizes he might not be alone.
When a man’s printer begins printing disturbing images of him in his home, he comes to the chilling realization that he isn’t alone.
A girl looks for a party. Director’s Statement “Where’s the Party” is a short film that is part of a series I am currently developing called: ‘[Dis]Connected’. I have been fascinated by how we easily get sucked into a machine that can distract us from ourselves and our needs. The[…]
The year is unknown, the world has been decimated by an unpredictable meteor strike leaving Austin and Eveline as the only survivors. Director’s Statement Working with Paul as a writer for this 48 hour film was amazing, he gave us a story that had a lot of heart, and something[…]
Alone in a vast city, a mysterious girl is on the run from two agents trying to capture her.
A young boy left home alone gets an unwanted visitor.
A young woman confronts her emotionally unavailable boyfriend after being stood up on their anniversary date. As the reality of their loveless relationship destroys her fantasy of how things could be, she is forced to either sacrifice her desires or be alone.
Home alone at night, a young woman receives an odd “Friend request” on Facebook…