LOLA: GIRL GOT A GUN bares witness to a young and angelic girl who experiences the emotional weight of her mother’s abuse by her conservative NRA member father. The heaviness of the abuse permeates her home, and she searches for an outlet for her anger and fear. She feels that[…]
A desperate actress trying to land the role of a lifetime holds a narcissistic director and a gutless casting director hostage at gun-point after they mock her large nose during an audition. Director’s Statement I was working on a set once when I heard a director tell an extra to[…]
Lone Hunter is a dramatic short film based on a true story, directed by Pascal Leister, written by Tom Choi (Teen Wolf, Minority Report) and produced by John Heinsen, Choi and Leister in association with the Gun Violence Survivor’s Foundation. Lone Hunter portrays the story of Lee (Tom Choi), an[…]
A young man’s survival on North Philly’s streets entangle him with violence, anger, and death. A film that depicts shear cinematic brilliance, created by Ricky Staub, founder of the critically-acclaimed Neighborhood Film Co. notoriously known for its commercial work, but also brought us the memorable narrative ‘Carved in Mayhem‘. Capturing[…]
It’s the day of James’ wedding, but all is not what it seems.
An unfit, self-conscious jogger stumbles across a dead body deep in the woods.
A homebody with a stash of pulp fiction sees a gun hidden in the waistband of her charming new tenant and debates joining him in a life of adventure.
A tormented and neglected twelve year old finds solace watching classic western movies. When she finds a gun in her late father’s loft she stands up to her tormentors, just like her gunslinging heroes.
A tormented and neglected twelve year old finds solace watching classic western movies. When she finds a gun in her late father’s loft she stands up to her tormentors – just like her gunslinging heroes. Premiering on Film Shortage early October!
A little story on how bad food can harm your health. A film that makes us cringe a little, especially with all the uncalled brutality and barbarism going lately in public places. However considering it on a cinematic level, Food For Thought has all the enticements needed in a short[…]