An old woman. Alone. At night. Director’s Statement I liked the idea of restricting a Hollywood movie’s worth of stunts, thrills and spectacle to about thirty yards of floor space. Instead of focusing on the big moments — explosions, jumps, crashes — I set out to create and sustain tension[…]
An old woman. Alone. At night.
A young woman returns home alone at night and discovers a mysterious figure in her bedroom.
Nine-year-old Dustin has never been allowed to use a public bathroom on his own. Now, in the middle of the night, at what appears to be a deserted highway rest stop, his parents permit him to go in alone where he encounters unforeseen dangers that take surprising and hilarious turns.[…]
A couple struggles to keep their relationship alive after a tragic event. Director’s Statement Alone is about a couple fighting for their relationship after experiencing a terrible loss. It’s about heartache, sadness, and hope. It’s about surviving.
“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[…]
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.