Amanda is awoken in the middle of the night by a tapping sound, but soon the terror begins. Director’s Statement Tap is a horror short film starring Katherine Celio and Mike Dinsmore. The project was a labor of love taking two months to complete. It leveraged the talents of Producer[…]
Set late one evening in a Westminster bar, a journalist meets the no-nonsense Deputy Finance Minister for what begins as a simple interview. Tensions rise high in Patrick Walsh’s political thriller ‘Ostrich‘, where journalist Will Hewitt meets no-nonsense Deputy Finance Minister Pippa Thomas for what begins as a simple interview.[…]
Undress Me follows Alice (Lee Marshall), an awkward college freshman who begins to experience a mysterious and gruesome physical deterioration after a chance encounter at a frat party. Inspired by 80s body-horror films, Undress Me explores social anxiety through a gruesome horror lens.
Spokke is a Scandi Noir-inspired comedy short. A crime occurs on the boundary between two police forces, but all is not as it seems. Two weary policemen from either side of the county line must work in tandem, learning that two heads (and wheels) are better than one.
While filming a documentary about themselves, the members of a band get together to rehearse at their new drummer’s pub.
In an end-of-life care facility, a reclusive hospital worker starts to believe a coma patient is secretly communicating with him.
Written initially as part of a collection of poetry, I Know I Shouldn’t Like It, But I Do, is an adapted list poem, written and directed by Ben Williams-Butt. It explores the depravity of the everyday human psyche, and the complex Freudian wants and needs of everyone – whether they[…]
“Out to Lunch” explores the feeling of being a woman alone in a city. It plays with the idea of neurosis, and the fine line between overreacting and trusting your instincts, when plans go awry. In our current unstable political and social climate, and in the shadow of the #MeToo[…]
A woman moves into a new home, but suspects she is not alone. Based on my own experience of moving into a creepy-ass house. Director’s Statement We’ve all heard a bump in the night and wondered what it was. I recently moved into a new house and almost immediately started[…]
While surprising his fiancé with a newly inherited property, a man is forced by a mysterious woman to confront his past behavior. Damage Control is a seldomly paced film with some wonderful little developments, in a contained, yet contingent situation. As we are lured in by the subtle tone, and[…]