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Manic man-child Seth lives in his own demented world where time is of the essence, his only friends are his stuffed animals, and the words of Michael Jordan inspire him to take all the shots he can. Seth recently screened at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival. It showed at other fantastic festivals throughout the world receiving the Alternative Cinema Prize at the Las Vegas Film Festival, The Jury Prize and Audience Award at the Mauvais Genre Film Festival, and best Comedy Short at the Marbella I FIlmmaker Film Festival. Seth also Screened at the wonderful Woodstock Film Festival. Film Festivals SETH has screened at: SXSW Film Festival Las Vegas Film Festival (*Alternate Cinema Prize*) Mauvais Genre (*Prix du jury court métrage de fiction*, *Prix du jury jeune court métrage de fiction*, *Prix du public court métrage de fiction*) Marbella I Filmmaker Film Festival (*Best Comedy Short*) Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival (*Best Dark Comedy*) One Reeler Film Festival (*Award of Merit*) Woodstock Film Festival Chicago Comedy Film Festival Charleston International Film Festival Hollyshorts Film Festival DEADCenter Film Festival Capalbio International Short Film Festival Prague Independent Film Festival Milwaukee Film Festival San Jose International Short Film Festival Credits: Writer/Director: Zach Lasry Producer: Arianna Lyons Producer: Dashiel Arnott Executive Producers: Sonia Gardner, Bryan Gaynor Associate Producer: Peter Feigin Starring: Logan George as Seth Starring: Emmett Smith as Dad Director of Photography: Lowell A. Meyer Editor: Bryan Gaynor Production Design: Annakate Chappell and Scarlet Moreno Assistant Director: Samuel Miller Key Grip: Matthew Garza Key Grip: Gregory Suits Best Boy Grip: Francisco Esparza 1st Assistant Camera: Andrew Gerety 2nd Assistant Camera: Herbie Wei SteadiCam Operator: Robert Arnold Gaffer: Jesse Sperling Best Boy Electric: David Hoffman Best Boy Grip: Zach Kenitz Sound Mixer: Armando Macias Boom Operator: Frank Galvan Boom Operator: Stephen Scott Harrod Boom Operator: Matt Lucchesi Book Operator: Dylan Acio Music Supervisor: Michael Peters Original Score by: Kyle Newmaster Re Recording Mixer: Lorenzo Gutierrez ADR: Luke Allen Colorist: Martin Gaumond Additional Color: Cody Baker Visual Effects: Luther Dag Gooch Key PA: Ben Michaels P.A: Leah Falcon P.A: Betsey Holt Additional Photography: Samuel Miller Graphic Artist: Logan George Artist in Residence: Brian Muller Christopher's Birth Mother: Tatiana Matlyak Thanks: Nick Metropolis, Silver Sound, Roundabout Entertainment, Tatiana Matlyak, Hunter Bretting, Makeda Declet, Lina Quimjian, J.L Fisher, Video Equipment Rentals, Radiant Images, Doggicam Systems, Castex, Mendocino Farms, Avon Truck Rentals. Special Thanks: Cathy Lasry, Marc Lasry, Aleks Lyons, Taryn Ruffin, Steve Bing, Heather Sarg, Anastasia Karpoff, Michael Kieves, Chris Walters, Alex Lasry, Tim Otholt of Light Hollywood LLC. If you want to email us for any reason at all email us at :-) © FEVER DREAM PRODUCTIONS LLC.
I truly hoped to never release this video, but unfortunately and unsurprisingly... here we are. We need to be more thoughtful and intentional about what we're sharing and putting out in the world. We need to truly consider the implications of our clicks, likes, and shares. And we absolutely need to stop making murderers famous. Thank you for the info and support: Thank you Sherry Towers & team for your research: "We found evidence that killings that receive national or international media attention do indeed inspire similar events a significant fraction of the time." "We find significant evidence that mass killings involving firearms are incented by similar events in the immediate past. On average, this temporary increase in probability lasts 13 days, and each incident incites at least 0.30 new incidents (p = 0.0015). We also find significant evidence of contagion in school shootings, for which an incident is contagious for an average of 13 days, and incites an average of at least 0.22 new incidents (p = 0.0001). All p-values are assessed based on a likelihood ratio test comparing the likelihood of a contagion model to that of a null model with no contagion." "The researchers did a statistical analysis of 176 mass shooting events in the U.S. from 2006 to 2011 and 220 school shootings between 1997 and 2013. They discovered that mass shootings were significantly more likely to occur if another shooting that received national media coverage took place in the previous 13 days -- a finding that suggests that mass shootings tend to cluster together in a similar manner to suicides." More at
A tense chance encounter at a local recycling center leads to an instant friendship— which in turn leads to a bitter moment of reckoning. SWEEP is a compelling tale of fear, fatherhood, and racism. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Written/Directed by Spencer Gillis - A 2.35 Production - Starring Luke Robertson, Tishuan Scott, Hubert Point-Du Jour, Alexis Suarez Produced by Nicole Cosgrove, James Daly Cinematography by Ludovic Littee - Edited by Erin Casper, Adam Brown -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SCREENINGS: 2015 Cleveland International Film Festival (World Premiere) 2015 Aspen Shortsfest 2015 Athens International Film + Video Festival 2015 Dallas International Film Festival 2015 Sarasota Film Festival 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival 2015 Palm Springs Shortsfest 2015 Stony Brook Film Festival 2015 Rhode Island International Film Festival **WINNER - Audience Award** 2015 Hawaii International Film Festival 2015 Denver Film Festival 2015 YES Film Festival 2016 Hill Country Film Festival 2016 Short of the Week ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABOUT THE DIRECTOR: With his 2013 short film, GUN, Spencer marked his directorial debut by premiering in competition at the Sundance Film Festival. GUN screened at over fifteen festivals world-wide earning the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival along with Best Actor and Best Narrative at Hollyshorts Film Festival. The film is available on iTunes and is being distributed by SHORTS INTERNATIONAL, LTD. His latest short film SWEEP (2015) premiered at the prestigious Aspen Shortsfest and went on to play at twelve festivals, winning the Audience Choice Award for Best Short at FLICKERS: Rhode Island International Film Festival. As a co-founder of 2.35, Spencer has produced award winning narrative and documentary short films as well as directed work for VICE media. He has also screened his work and lectured to film students at colleges around the country like Cornell, Denison, and Florida Atlantic University. In 2014, Spencer was invited to serve as a short film juror for the Milwaukee Film Festival. Spencer's professional background includes experience as a camera assistant spanning more than twenty feature films – including SHAME, BLUE VALENTINE, ARBITRAGE and OUR IDIOT BROTHER – in addition to work in documentary, episodic television, commercials and web content. Spencer credits his philosophy and style of direction to years spent on set observing the process up close – particularly his work with directors Derek Cianfrance and Steve McQueen. In 2012, Spencer transitioned professionally into camera operating. His work illustrates a wide range of shooting styles: reality television shows for DISCOVERY, TLC, and NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, webisodes for 30 ROCK, and more recently on THE FOLLOWING, HBO's THE LEFTOVERS and the Netflix series ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK. Spencer is currently writing a feature script titled THE TOUR as well as starting work on a feature adaptation of his short film GUN. Gillis, a Kansas native, previously studied at the University of Iowa where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema and Master of Arts in Film Studies.
Two distinctly disparate characters come together over a broken down Volkswagen Beetle in this sweet, amusing tale of love, loss and… car trouble. I WINNER ‘Best Live Action Narrative Under 15 Minutes’ Palm Springs International ShortFest 2013 WINNER ‘Best Actor’ Made In Melbourne Film Festival 2014 FESTIVAL HONOURS Newport Beach Film Festival 2014 WINNER ‘Best Film’ ReelGood Film Festival 2015 NOMINATED Grand Jury Prize of Best Narrative Short at Slamdance Film Festival 2014 NOMINATED ‘Best Achievement in Editing’ at St Kilda Film Festival 2014 NOMINATED Grand Prix International Prize at Cork Film Festival 2013 NOMINATED ASSG Award for 'Best Achievement in Sound for a Short Film' 2013 OFFICIAL SELECTION Palm Springs International ShortFest Film Festival 2013 San Diego Film Festival 2013 Raindance Film Festival 2013 Cork Film Festival 2013 Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival 2013 Slamdance 2014 Flickerfest 2014 World Of Women Film Festival 2014 38th Cleveland International Film Festival 2014 Byron Bay Film Festival 2014 Chicago International Music & Movies Festival 2014 Aspen Filmfest 2014 Rincon International Film Festival 2014 Nashville Film Festival 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival 2014 St Kilda Film Festival 2014 21st Capalbio Cinema ISFF 2014 Barwon Heads Film Festival 2014 Missouri Film Festival 2014 Fairhope Film Festival 2014 Heathcote Film Festival 2014 Heartland Film Festival 2014 Calgary International Film Festival 2014 Sapporo International Short Film Festival 2014 FIJR Granada –International Short Film Festival 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival 2014 Made In Melbourne Film Festival 2014 ReelGood Film Festival 2015 CAST William Gluth ~ Alan John Brumpton ~ Danny Rhys Mitchell ~ Fingers CREW Writer ~ Rhys Mitchell Director ~ Jessica Barclay Lawton Director of Photography ~ Edward Goldner Producers ~ Jessica Barclay Lawton & Rhys Mitchell Executive Producers ~ James Frecheville, Jessica Barclay Lawton & Rhys Mitchell Assistant Director ~ Lucy Mckendrick Gaffer ~ Sam Osborn Rassaby 1st AC - Bradley Andrew Best Boy ~ John Maloney Sound Designer ~ Mark Edwards Sound Composition ~ Oscar Dawson Choreographer - Aisha Kuryana Production Assistants ~ Freya Esders, Lewis Mitchell, Callum Mitchell Editor ~ Marty Gilchrist Colourist ~ CJ Dobson 'Pocket Post' Visual Effects ~ The Pixel Kitchen © JERRY PROJECTS 2016