Pause for a Moment is a short narrative directed for the clothing retailer Kit and Ace. It’s about the importance of taking time to slow down during the holiday season. It’s a non-traditional approach to telling a christmas story that taps into the nostalgia, chaos and traditions we have created.
Carloman is a two-person music project in which Dominic Matar and Elliot Thompson, based in New York/Los Angeles, summon the forgotten souls of times past in order to tell their trivial stories to a modern audience with little-to-no attention span. The music video for Carloman’s new single “Fool” is directed[…]
Out for backwoods adventure, four boys find their friendship tested when one is bitten by a snake. As kids we all had visions of being put in extreme situations and then managing to take care of business by either battling off some vicious bad guy or saving someone with some[…]
Searching for gas to refuel their stranded dirt bike, two brothers discover a mansion hidden in the forest.
A meditative look at the imagination of a young farm boy during the infamous 1938 Orson Welles broadcast of War of The Worlds Imagination lurks deep in Patrick Biesemans’ ‘Embers & Dust’, where he brilliantly replays the infamous 1938 historical event of Orson Welles radio broadcast of War of The[…]
A short drama film about the painful return to a place of the past and the associated hope of catharsis.
An allegorical journey of a man as he traverses the full circle of the Psyche. Having exhausted the highs and lows of life in the city, he wonders blindly into the forest and discovers a vision of life that momentarily obliterates his ever seeking Will.
The film is about a little boy who wanders into the woods searching for his toy and meets a strange creature who promises to return his lost treasure.
A boy’s innocence is tested against his need to impress his father after they kill a bird hunting in the forest.
Derek Black has woken up in an eerily quiet and misty forest with no recollection of who he is or how he got there, and there seems to be no way out…