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dinner for two (2014)
Dinner for Two was created in 48 hours at the 2014 New York 48 Hour Film Project, and won “Best Lead Actress” against 43 other films!
Director – Magee Fahey
Producer – Paul McLernan
Executive Producer – RJ Yenesel
Writers – Zeke Smith and Conler Mandt
Assistant Director – Lou Blackmon
Cinematographer – Eric Bujnowski
Composer and Pianist – Alex Cap
Trumpet – Anthony Gioia
Tenor Saxophone – Nathan Cohen
Electric Guitar – Matt Fass
Drums – Mike Lemongelli
Art Direction – Andrew Malingowski and Annalie Gernert
Editors – Akku Kulhari and Adam Shaljian
– Cast –
Jane Fonville – Gabbi Van Horn
Demetrius – Zeke Smith
Bradley – Michael Boyne
Oliver Harte – Akku Kulhari
Man in Bathtub – Andrew Malingowski
Bartender/Feet – Conler Mandt
– Special Thanks –
American Movie Company
post no bills (2013)
Post No Bills was created in 48 hours at the 2013 New York 48 Hour Film Project, and won “Honorable Mention for Best Musical Score” against 60 other films!
Genre: sci fi
trophy wife (2013)
A man’s life is transformed when he wins a trophy. Or did he?
Trophy Wife was created in 48 hours at the 2013 New York 48 Hour Film Project.
pap smear (2013)
Pap Smear was created in 48 hours at the 2013 San Diego 48 Hour Film Project.
Genre: dark comedy
heather garden (2012)
Escaping from a traumatic past romance, 23-year-old Heather Garrett moves to New York City and begins a new job. On her first day of work, Heather meets Tony, her supervisor who is 20 years her senior. Working in a somewhat intimate office environment, Heather gradually develops an irresistible attraction toward this kind and caring older man. However, when she overhears Tony’s phone conversation in the office, her heart plummets. A series of misunderstandings quickly lead to the final outburst of emotion and the ultimate confession of Tony. The struggle of an unexpected crush, the trauma of loss and the unfortunate misunderstanding turn Heather’s life upside down. A seemingly unrequited love, or is it really?