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The story of a young, western-obsessed girl hell-bent on turning her quiet Texas suburb into the lawless playground of her imagination. Official Selection: FantasiaFest 2015 Official Selection: Mill Valley Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: Hamptons International Film Festival Official Selection: Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Official Selection: deadCENTER Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: Oaxaca Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: Holly Shorts Film Festival Official Selection: Tall Grass Film Festival Official Selection: Williamsburg Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: USA Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: Alamo City Film Festival 2015 Winner: "Best Film Shot In Texas" Alamo City Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: Take Two Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: San Antonio Film Festival 2015 Winner: "Best San Antonio Filmmaker" San Antonio Film Festival 2015 Official Selection: MEME PAS PEUR Festival 2017 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Written & Directed by Fidel Ruiz-Healy Produced by Tyler Walker, Fidel Ruiz-Healy, and Jordan Michael Blake A Product of The American Standard Film Co. Olivia Osteen as Josie Quinn Erickson as Ryan Logan Macaulay as Barry Julie Phillips as The Mom Fidel Ruiz-Healy as The Bank Teller Assistant Director // Tyler Walker Executive Producers // Josephine Ruiz-Healy & Eduardo J. Ruiz-Healy Associate Producer // Behrad Gramian Cinematographer // Conor Murphy Gaffer // Chelsea Soby Best Boy // Wilson Zellar Grips // Josiah Jones, Noah Acevedo, Ashley Flores Assistant Camera // Nicolas Wachter, Ethan Cohen Production Designer // Jordan Blake Art Director // Zack Block Set Decorator // Eduardo Ruiz-Healy, Behrad Gramian Costuming // Anastasia Holl Hair and Makeup // Sonia Holl Production Sound // Nick Hepding Boom Op // David Sanchez Editor // Katherine Yates Assistant Editor // Ari Sellinger Sound Designer // Douglas Szafir Sound Mix // Bobb Barito Production Manager // Christina Tellez Associate Producer // Behrad Gramian Locations Manager // Maggie Reville Catering // Carlota Rodriguez Ruiz-Healy Visual Effects // Josh Depew Colorist // Alan Gordon Trailer Editor // Sophia Harvey Special Thanks // The San Antonio Film Commission Shot on Location in San Antonio, Texas & Seguin, Texas Made at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with the guidance of Debbie Reinisch
Two friends stumble upon a unique and valuable piece of motion picture history in Omaha, Nebraska. World Premiered at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival and played 75 more film festivals after that including IFFBoston, Dallas Intl Film Festival, RiverRun Intl Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, Chattanooga Film Festival, Fargo Film Festival, Phoenix Film Festival, Minneapolis-St.Paul Intl Film Festival, Julien Dubuque Intl Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Master of Art Film Festival, It's All True Documentary Film Festival, Sunscreen Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Chicago Critics Film Festival, Sioux Empire Film Festival, Altan Khalis Film Festival, Berkshire Film Festival, San Francisco Documentary Festival, DeadCenter Film Festival, Lighthouse Intl Film Festival, Provincetown Intl Film Festival, Snake Alley Festival of Film, Indianapolis Film Festival, Lago Film Festival, Free Range Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, San Antonio Film Festival, LA Shorts Intl Film Festival, Rhode Island Intl Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Doc Utah, Jerome Indie Film & Music Festival, Atlanta Docufest, Knoxville Film Festival, Newburyport Documentary Festival, Calgary Intl Film festival, Foot-candle Film Festival, Charlotte Film Festival, Crested Butte Film Festival, Edmonton Intl Film Festival, Chagrin Documentary Film Festival, Tacoma Film Festival, San Pedro Intl Film Festival, Buffalo Intl Film Festival, Tulsa American Film Festival, BendFilm Festival, New Hampshire Film Festival, International Short Film Festival of Cyprus, Flyway Film Festival, Sanford Intl Film Festival, Twin Cities Film Festival, Prairie Lights Film Festival, Film Columbia, Rivers Edge Film Festival, Kansas Intl Film Festival, St.Louis Intl Film Festival, St.Cloud Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival, Sulmona Intl Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival, Fairhope Film Festival, Alexandria Film Festival, London Intl Documentary Festival, Mirror Mountain Film Festival, Anchorage Intl Film Festival, Busan Intl Art Film Festival. WINNER - BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY: Glass City Film Festival WINNER - BEST IN SHOW: West Virginia Mountaineer Film Festival Twitter: @adamroffman Instagram: @onsetadam Producer/Director: Adam Roffman Cinematographer/Editor: Nathaniel Hansen Color Correction: Modulus Studios Music: Stars Of The Lid, A. Taylor Featuring: DJ Ginsberg, Marilyn Wagner
As the days shorten and the darkness progressively eats away the light, an amazing transformation happens in the northern hemisphere skies. A lot of astronomers and stargazers prefer summertime to look up at the stars, probably because conditions are better and the brightest part of our own galaxy, the milky way is more visible, even with the naked eye. Although fainter, the ‘winter’ part of the milky way and the rest of the winter sky harbor countless unsuspected gems, if one knows how to find and capture them! 

 In the late Fall, you can still get a glimpse at the bright core of our galaxy sink down under the horizon just after sunset, along with its dark hydrogen gas lanes, Lagoon and trifid nebulae, and Saturn. Later, you can catch Scutum (shield constellation) and its dark nebulosity set in the south west/west. In the movie, this part is visible in many scenes but my favorite one is by far as it sets on La Palma shores behind a thunderstorm accompanied by red sprites, airglow and zodiacal lights.Then, take a peek at one of my favorite areas of the winter sky: the Swan constellation. I presented it to you (also on the cover), so that you can see it from different perspectives, but the best is probably at a narrower angle to show the beautiful magenta colors of the H-alpha emission nebulae (North-American, Pelican, Sadr region or IC 1396). I also included a scene where the ‘Summer Triangle’ of Cygnus (formed by Deneb, Sadr, Delta Cygni, and Gienah) is photobombed by an overhead aurora borealis. Continuing along the winter milky way, I included a shot of the Heart and Soul nebula. Rising on the other side of the hemisphere, we are now looking at the outer edge of our galaxy, where very little light comes from fewer stars, nebulae and dark clouds (in comparison to the core!). I wanted to show you a very novel scene combining the hot Pleiades stars reflecting their blue light onto passing gasses and the California nebula glowing blood red! The next area I want to emphasize is winter’s most emblematic: Orion. I wanted to maximize the different colors and brightness this constellation has to offer while shooting it in a series of single shots: the orange of Betelgeuse and the blue of Rigel, the gigantic red-glowing Barnard’s loop, the inevitable shell-like Orion nebula along with the running man nebula, the horse-head nebula, the flame nebula, Lambda Orionis nebula… Further away from the winter milky way doesn’t mean dull at all, au contraire! Look at the magnificent Andromeda galaxy (M31), the size of 6 full moons- rise above the tree line! What about the iconic Big Dipper being photobombed by some pillars of Icelandic and Canadian aurora borealis? What about these iridescent marbles at the very start of the video? Those are twinkling Sirius, Capella (bottom left) and Vega (upper right) emphasized by the real-time out-of-focus setting to reveal the hypnotic shift in light and colors of these twinkling stars created by our own atmosphere! You will probably miss a lot of night sky events if you only watch the video once! Don’t blink, you might miss a lot of meteors (Perseids, Orionids, Draconids, Leonids…), iridium flares, low-orbit satellites, red sprites. What about those satellites that seem to ‘follow’ each other in some deep-sky scenes? Those are geosynchronous satellites normally hovering over a fixed point of the Earth, but the motion of the star tracker allows them to move whereas the sky is now immobile. I am sure professionals and amateurs will spot many more features, all you have to do is sit back and gaze! 

The goal of this series of astro-lapses ‘Galaxies’ and especially this second opus was a way for me to push the limits of single astrophotography. However beautiful and numerous they are, wide-angle shots of the milky way moving against a foreground became less interesting to me as I got to shoot more and more astro-timelapses. I became more interested in exploring the possibilities that modern lenses, sensors and techniques could give, so I started using medium-format and astromodfication to take advantage of a wider light spectrum and show the red colors of H-alpha emission nebulae that are so ubiquitous in the winter part of the sky. I also wanted to improve the quality of the shots, so I used a square light pollution filter for shots at more than 50mm (Lonely Speck’s Pure Night LP filter), and a star tracker for some of the scenes to increase sharpness and details (Vixen Polarie). It was very important for me to prove that deep-sky time-lapses can be very interesting and successful, whether they hold a foreground or not, because so many things can be happening the sky (airglow, meteors, satellites, haze giving a temporary glow to the stars…). All shots have been recorded over the past year and in different countries (France, Switzerland, Spain, Iceland, Denmark and Canada). I will gladly give more details upon request. Thanks a lot for watching!