According to the New York Times, drug overdose deaths in 2016 exceeded 59,000, making it the largest annual jump ever recorded in the United States. For Americans under 50 years old, drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death. This film is dedicated to anyone who has lost someone to the disease of addiction.
Best Drama at Roselle Park Film Festival, Best Director at Anti-Hero Production Genre Fest, Outstanding Achievement Award at Berlin Flash Film Festival, Finalist at Downtown Urban Arts Festival, Finalist at Frostbite Indie Film Festival, Finalist at Bear Tooth Film Festival, Semi-Finalist at Hollywood Screenings Film Festival, Semi-Finalist at Los Angeles CineFest, Semi-Finalist at Moving Parts Film Festival, Official Selection at Hope Film Awards, Official Selection at Kodak Summer Shorts, Official Selection at Cardiff Indie Film Festival, Official Selection at New York Short Film Tuesdays, Official Selection at Berlin Flash Film Festival, Official Selection at Anti-Hero Production Genre Fest
Depression can feel like a box that you can not get out of - no matter where you turn or how hard you try. On my worst days, I feel a lot like this stingray. - Gregory Falatek
Official Selection at Oaxaca Film Festival, Official Selection at Starz Play Short Film Festival, Official Selection at Music Shorts Festival, Official Selection at LGBTQ Film Festival
After high school, Andrew, Duncan and Tommy leave Philadelphia to experience college at a state university. Much to his friends' chagrin, Andrew chooses to pledge Beta Ki, a fraternity known for outrageous parties and violent hazing. When Andrew is accidentally killed during Rush Week, Duncan decides to take revenge into his own hands.
Best Drama at Oaxaca Film Festival, Finalist at Script and Storyboard Showcase Los Angeles, Semi-Finalist at Los Angeles CineFest, Semi-Finalist at Utah Film Awards and Festival, Official Selection at Hollywood Hills Screenplay Contest, Official Selection at Film Invasion Los Angeles, Official Selection at Oaxaca Film Festival
An elderly man spends his days tending to his sick wife from within the confines of a hospital. The two share their last meal together in sadness and bliss as the woman passes away. The man spends his next week reminiscing on the beautiful life he got to spend with his best friend. Eventually, he dies from a broken heart.
Best Screenplay Short at Los Angeles Film Awards, Overall Winner at Berlin Flash Film Festival, Semi-Finalist for Shorts on Tap's Horizon Award, Official Selection at Hope Film Awards
After a brutal double homicide leaves the affluent community of Crystal Cove shocked and dismayed, the Newport Police have their work cut out for them. As pressure for an arrest builds from the townspeople, the sheriff makes a prejudice and immoral decision to shield his department from criticism.
Finalist for the New York Screenplay Contest, Finalist for the Southern California Screenplay Contest, Semi-Finalist for Barnstorm Fest