This experimental micro-film follows a dreamer as she runs from her fears. Director’s Statement This piece was birthed out of my own inability to strike a balance between the commercial world and the art world, and a need to learn how to let go of my own self-doubt. This surreal[…]
With a broken car, a camera in hand and a half-built house in the distance, a photographer finds herself facing a deeper and more unsettling part of her desires than she hoped. DOROTHEA is a film about the sexual awakening of a woman divided between the promises that bind her[…]
‘III’ is an atmospheric short film and landscape art, expressing story without a linear narrative. Providing a brief character study of a bereaved father, we gradually unite both the visual and dialogue components together to compose the narrative of the film.
“Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” In this experimental / elemental / fashion short film, we explore visual & sonic interpretations of origination; and our inherent destiny of returning to that from which we came.
Our friends over at The Art of The Title have been inspiring us for years with incredible in-depth interviews of some of our favorite title sequences in film and TV shows. I think that we can all agree that a film’s title sequence will not make or break the film[…]
Filmmaker Vera Vaughn’s world takes a frightening turn toward the surreal as life threatens to imitate art — or is it the other way around? Created as a proof of concept, ‘A Film by Vera Vaughn’ is a twisted suspense thriller that takes place in a confined environment with limited[…]
Kate is art college student. She earned a living by for other art students in the drawing class. One day she understands that life is not all about art. The short is part of part of interactive project wordscansave.me. This project is design to help kids and teens to cope[…]
A dancer uses violent means to find fulfillment with herself and her art in this psychological dance narrative.
“Oh, Bouy” is a two-part fine art project that explores my recovery from being raped. Volume 2 serves as a visual statement piece regarding the need to involve more men in discussions of rape culture. Through spoken-word poetry, Jackson Katz’s “Violence Against Women—It’s a Men’s Issue” Ted Talk, and a[…]
Possession(s) launched with the Peter Booth painting, subject of the the film, selling for $100k at Deutscher Hackett auction house. Marking a new concept in Film distribution. Director, Jim Lounsbury, Vision Statement When I first saw the painting on which this short film was based, I was consumed by a[…]