After a little break were are happy to bring back our segment Breaking The Scene, where we dissect a pivoting scene from one of our featured short films with the help of the director. In this edition we get behind the mind of Robert Savage and expose the tantalizing rotating[…]
Experience the fear and paranoia of New York City during the Summer of 1977. This short documentary explores the legacy of the Son of Sam case using original footage not seen since it aired and interviews with PIX11 journalists. While still being a familiar case, the passing decades has certainly[…]
Reverse Cowgirl. Rusty Trombone. Dirty Sanchez. Go inside the government agency responsible for creating sexual positions as one woman pitches the position she hopes will take the world by storm. Starring Alison Becker (PARKS & REC) and Justine Bateman (FAMILY TIES).
In a waiting room, four people wait for a job interview. The situation slowly takes a turn for the worst when a mysterious timer appears, counting down from 6:16. This is the fifth no-budget short film in our “12 films in 12 months” project. Enjoy !
‘Already Dead’ is a short documentary about recovering zombies. Fifteen years after a zombie outbreak (ZE Day) Zombies live among us, working 9-5 jobs, holidaying in Barbados and living “life” to the fullest. A documentary crew have been given exclusive access to a group of Zombie’s day-to-day “lives”. But have[…]
DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY follows the story of a woman suffering from total memory loss. Found unconscious in the middle of the downtown Montreal strip, she was brought in by police who proceed to interview her. Does she remember who she is and where she came from? Can anyone else remember?[…]
A Pakistani journalist is forced by the CIA to set up a fake interview with government whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Temptation can be a trap, but so can responsibility—in the new narrative short THE DEVIL NEEDS A FIX from writer/director Ian Ebright. In the film, an ambivalent reporter sits down for coffee and an interview with the Devil, which could land the reporter his big break—if everything goes as planned.[…]
Ten-year-old boy hides on the top of the staircase as his father tells a horrific story about the holocaust and escaping being gassed to death in Nazi concentration camp. After his father passes away, the boy, now a fifty-year-old man receives a cassette tape that his father made six months[…]
Guest Post provided by Musicbed.com There are plenty of filmmakers exploring the burred line between fiction and reality, but far fewer explore a much more interesting phenomenon: fiction that creates reality. The most iconic example being Orson Welles’ 1938 radio broadcast, “War of the Worlds,” which became instantly legendary for[…]