In our self-obsessed social media culture, we still have basic survival needs…. right!? #LastSelfie is a short film we produced and released on National Selfie Day. It deals with the last moments of a dying man desperately crawling through the desert, trying to hang on while searching for any glimmer[…]
Based on the viral poem by Maggie Smith that seized the mood, and social-media accounts, of so many people in the tumultuous year that was 2016, Good Bones directed by Anais La Rocca, is the fantastical story of a mother trying to navigate how to shield her daughter from the[…]
A short film about the rise in global anxiety across disparate communities and how we respond to tragedy and fear through the use of social media. Director’s Notes A constant feeling of fear and anxiety has been building amongst many Americans (and abroad). There is constantly something to fear, climate[…]
A film about a generation consumed by social media.
A young woman incurs the wrath of the internet after inadvertently becoming a viral sensation. In this savage social media era we all know how quickly things can spread virally. ‘I Know You From Somewhere’ follows Katherene, a young woman looking for love in the usual online spots. What begins[…]
To overcome loneliness and contempt of others, Lingo connects to social networks to get some companionship. Briefly he’ll realize that online friends, likes and selfies do not bring happiness.
After waking up inside an empty room, with no recollection about how she got there, a woman finds a potential escape route… Through social media
Home alone at night, a young woman receives an odd “Friend request” on Facebook…
Social Snafu is a short comedy that imagines what would happen if your Facebook Feed came to life! Living and working in the heart of Silicon Valley, my brother and I wrote Social Snafu from our first hand experiences shooting recruiting videos for Facebook. While working in the belly of[…]
Flushed is about two women with opposing ideas on what is ‘public’ and what is ‘private’, losing their shit in very different ways. Inspired by true events and modern expectations of 24/7 connectivity, we aimed to bring realism to toilet humour rather than shy away from it, whilst commenting on[…]