Jordan grew up in Rosendale close to the city of Boston Massachusettes. He is experienced in both the technical side of film with experience with grip, gaff, and electric. As well as the creative side with work as a director and a director of photography. Now he focuses on action, sci-fi and thriller projects.
Amanda Fleming Born Manchester, was first introduced to acting via her father Ian Gillatt, at the time a well know former band member from the 60's group "sunshine".
Amanda Graduated in 1995 from the Arden School of Theatre a drama school in association with the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester's most renowned and respected of Professional National Theatres.
Since leaving Drama School, Amanda has worked with some of the world's most prestigious television, Film and Theatre companies
As well as producing and directing her very first film "what a drag" in 2015, Amanda is also Known for her work in Cold feet, Making out, Titans of Newark, and is a respected actress amongst the independent film and Theatre community.
Amanda is enjoying her continued success both in the UK and the United States where she contributes her versatility and unique brand of class and humor that she brings to her work on all levels.
Lee Thongkham is a versatile filmmaker with penchant for bold storytelling. He was born in a small town in Thailand and moved to the states at the age of seven to reunite with his mother. from there he developed his love for film as part of a military family he has lived in many countries growing up including the US,Italy,Germany,South Korea. Lee obtained his Bachelor's degree in film production at Full Sail University in Orlando Florida.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Current student at Point Park University. Self taught filmmaker, as well as free-lance around the greater-Pittsburgh area. Writer, director, cinematographer, and camera operator on all own films. Also a member of IATSE Local 489 Co-founder of a small production team: Blacksheep'd Productions.
Rafael De Leon is an award-winning filmmaker born and raised in New York City. At the age of four, he broke his father's Beta cassette player due to watching "Masters of the Universe" repeatedly. Since graduating from Fordham University, his short films have screened at festivals such as South by Southwest, the Fantasia International Film Festival and Dances With Films. His new short horror film "Goodbye Old Friend" will hit the festival circuit in 2018.
Victor was born in 1997. He spent his childhood brought up with cinema thanks to his parents moviegoers, who brings him up on Spielberg and De Broca. After a high school diploma in social and economics, with an audiovisual option, he started Cinécréatis, a cinema school in Nantes, in 2015. Attracated by screenplay and directing, he directed two short movies during his two firsts years of scholarship. In September 2017, he started his third and last year. Aller-retour is his first short movie achieved out of school. It is also the first time he writes and directs with his brother.
Sevgi Isabel Cacina was born to an Arabic Muslim family in Istanbul, Turkey. She studied Management in Turkey’s leading university, Bogazici University in order to work in Marketing. After successfully completing her studies, she decided to dedicate her life to something more meaningful than promoting toothpaste and cars. Her search led her to fly to Los Angeles to write and direct films. She has grown in a family of oppressed women, therefore she wants to tell stories to encourage women and break the norms of male dominated world with prominent female characters and become an influencing example as a successful women who faced oppression herself. She has traveled to six continents in the world and her curious and loving personality enabled her to have a fun and interesting life full of stories to tell. She is interested in all genres but mostly writes and directs dark comedy and crime.
Suraya Raja is an animator and director, and a graduate of the National Film and Television School, where she completed an MA in Animation Direction. Her films tell stories of the absurdity of human behaviour, the internal and the tragicomic, influenced by her previous work in psychology and social issues, and also by her day-to-day observations of human behaviour.
Matt McNevin is an award-winning independent filmmaker based in the Washington, DC area and is an adjunct professor of screenwriting at American University. His films and screenplays have been recognized for excellence by festivals and contests across the country. Matt has never been possessed by demons but dated one once.
Andrew Dailey is from Kansas City, MO and has been making films since 2012. Filmmaking and music have been Dailey's passions for the majority of his life.
Markus Redmond was born on February 5, 1971. He is an actor and writer, known for Fight Club (1999), This Is Now (2016) and The 6th Degree (2017).
Written and Directed by Redmond, 'Allen + Millie: A Short Romance' is an award-winning comedy, romance, horror film.
Joshua Leonard's film journey began when he was 15 years old, taking his parents camera and filming movies with his friends. From here, he has progressed as a filmmaker, going to college to get a degree in film, working for a PBS affiliate, a news station, being a Director of Video Production for a local independent professional wrestling company, to owning his own Video Production Company.
Joshua has won multiple, local awards for 48 hour film competitions and continues to enhance his skills as a Director and Filmmaker.
Born in 1963 in Szczecin, Poland. Director, screenwriter. His interest in movies lead to first experience in directing in a high school, working on own comedy TV program in school's tv studio. During studies of polish literature at Szczecin’s University filmed scene from "The Brothers Karamazov". Enroled on FAMU (1987-92) were he finished film and tv editing. Than postgraduate studies of film direction on WRITV in Katowice (1992-1996). At that time collaborated with Polish Film Neewsreel. In the 90-ties also collaborated with TVP, making documentary portraits for tv series “Usual-unusual”. Between 2000-2005 worked as a scout location and videoshooter, filming numerous commercial’s making-off’s and video recording of stage play "Stones in his pockets". In a 2006 won a screenwriters competition for a screenplay for young audience, with project of black comedy "Children of Argus". From 2012 collaborates as a screenwriter with animation studio production Studio Daniel. From 2009 till 2013 worked on long feature documentary "Baggage of fear". "Mroczne Zelazo" is his long feature debut
Tom Botchii Skowronski is an award winning director specializing in dark, psychological thrillers that center around violent, personal stories. He believes in attaching heavy self experience into each story he tells. Raised as part of the only immigrant family in a small town, his very different upbringing lead to escapism through creativity.
He currently lives in Los Angeles surrounded by broken dreams.
Paul M McAlarney aka "The Mad Scientist" has been a staunch fanatic of all things controversial since birth - possessing, practicing, and celebrating the belief that anything taboo or controversial should be magnified and displayed in an effort to desensitize and liberate society in order to pave the way for necessary social change. Taking a violently Nietzschean offensive against the notion that there are "sacred" elements or icons of culture and society, Paul uses writing, film, and other forms of media to convey his beliefs and attitudes and aims to make the world a more socialist-minded and altruistic global community through his art, an ultimate goal that might shock anybody who has actually seen or read his art. Paul was nicknamed "The Mad Scientist" by Ungovernable Films co-owner Dave Sullivan due to his unflinching ability to create and maintain offensive, twisted brilliance in almost any art or communicable form.
Born and raised in Melrose, MA, Paul has spent his entire life living in New England, primarily in Eastern Massachusetts. Writing has, since birth, been his absolute passion, and he has developed his unique voice since then, always augmenting and adjusting it upon the introduction of any and all new influences. After realizing that a college degree in architecture would be too expensive and being rejected from the music school at UMASS Lowell, Paul scrambled to find an enticing college he could afford and wound up at UMASS Amherst, where he began by studying business, then sociology, then psychology and sociology, and was then suspended after a series of criminal charges and infractions resulting from a worsening drug and alcohol problem.
Paul picked himself up by the bootstraps, got sober, moved to Brookline, then Allston, then relapsed, then moved to Somerville, then had a nervous breakdown, then pulled himself together more seriously, got into filmmaking by co-creating, co-writing, and directing the web-series Super-Townie with hetero-life-partner Greg LaVoie. After graduating from UMASS Boston with a degree in Sociology, Paul moved back to the north shore and continued work on Super-Townie and writing several self-published novels, but gradually made the transition to writing and directing primarily exploitation films. Today, Paul co-owns Bloody Hammer Films and Ungovernable Films, as well as Baby Drip Productions and Super-Townie, moderates and writes for the Boston Independent Film Review, is a regular panelist on and co-founder of Ignorant Radio, and is currently co-founding a software patenting company, all while working full-time at a mental health clubhouse south of Boston.
Angel Rosa was born on January 30, 1969 in the city of Danbury, Connecticut. His parents, Luis and Mercedes, moved to the mainland from the island of Puerto Rico when they were teens, settling in Danbury where they met and eventually married. Angel lives in Danbury, pursuing a career in writing and film-making while raising his daughter as a sole custody single parent.
Sean is an award winning filmmaker whose body of work spans film, music videos and documentary. He has directed over 40 music videos for many of Australia’s most acclaimed musicians including Missy Higgins, Silverchair, The Sleepy Jackson, The Living End, Tim Finn, The Birds of Tokyo and Gin Wigmore. Sean’s short films have won accolades and screened internationally with his latest, The Baby Whisperer, premiering at Screamfest LA in 2017. His feature documentary Fantome Island screened at The Brisbane International Film Festival, won Best Australian Film at the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival and recently received its first national broadcast on Australian television. It’s Sean’s passion for storytelling, performance and fresh creative ideas that keeps tickling his fancy.
Clayton Thompson is a passionate storyteller and screenwriter that has been perfecting his craft for the last ten years. He has completed a total of eight feature-length scripts with several more projects in development. He graduated from Georgia State University in 2010 with a degree in creative writing and film.
On top of his love for storytelling, Clayton has been working in the film industry for the last seven years, during which he was inducted into the Directors Guild of America in 2015, and worked on many projects including Baby Driver, The Avengers: Infinity War, Stranger Things, and the Walking Dead.
Born and Raised in the North East of England, from the same town as Sir. Ridley Scott.
Emigrating to the US in 2002. His passion for the movies came at an early age, growing up watching the Universal and HammerHorror Productions.
He also has many stage productions to his name, both as an actor and stage managing several shows in Ohio. Then one day he decided that he wanted to make his own movie, not an easy undertaking with no formal experience to his name. Just the will and stubbornness to make it happen, wanting to make a zombie movie unlike anything that has been seen before, building his own sets, making the uniforms and filming in the iconic tourist attraction Loveland Castle added to the vision
After 5 years later Uberzombiefrau is the result.
Laura is a Sydney based film maker with a background in acting. She graduated with a Diploma of Acting from Screenwise Australia and a Diploma of Editing from the Australian Film, Television & Radio School. Comfortable both in front of and behind the camera, she produced and directed her debut short film, David. Currently Laura is developing new projects for the screen.
Anthony DeRouen was born and raised in Redwood City, California. Anthony began writing short stories and fan fiction in 2008. He has published one novel and written two others in the A Show for the Gods series: Precipice, Diviner, and End of Dreams.
Following his love for telling stories, Anthony began drafting horror tales. The first He Takes and Returns, will film in October 2017 while The Last Showing - a short film based off a feature length screenplay Anthony wrote - completed principal photography in August. Both films will be released in 2018.
Emma Pitt is a writer and director and is currently repped by Rebecca Watson at Valerie Hoskins Associates. She's had writing projects with a number of TV companies including ITV and Red Productions and was commissioned to write an episode of Jed Mercurio's CRITICAL for Sky1. The Ballad of a Haunted Man is her second project as a writer/director/producer.
Max has been making animations and short films since he lost his self-confidence in high school. Having spent most of his life in front of a fuzzy television screen, Max's brain now has the consistency that of a thick chowder soup. He owns one blazer jacket.
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Tim’s first short film, ‘Nora’ has become an international hit while his feature debut, ‘The Lengths’ went on to win ‘Best Feature’ at the Berlin Independent Film Festival and the ‘Indie Spirit’ award at the New Hope Film Festival.
Driscoll is a Florida native who has produced and directed content for Food Network, Ford, Hyundai and Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge/Ram as well as music videos for dance/electronic artist AF THE NAYSAYER, and country musician Karen Hornsby (best known for her performancse on ABC’s Rising Star). He also hosts a podcast (Dadpod: Zero Credentials, Unlimited Takes) and a web series (Stay Classy) between narrative endeavours.
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Seventeen-year-old Catherine McCord hails from Lynchburg, Virginia, where she is currently on her Gap Year. For several years now, she has had a passion for filmmaking and storytelling. Catherine will pursue Film Production as a Director and Screenwriter in college and as a career. Though women are still a rarity as producers, directors, and screenwriters, she is ready for the challenges and opportunities that she will face in a film career.
Matthew Brdlik is a narrative and documentary filmmaker studying at DePaul University in Chicago. His mission in film is telling stories that give you a different perspective on society and reality.
Tim has lead projects from concept through delivery -- producing high quality content for Microsoft, AT&T, Boeing, Dell, Netflix, Warner Bros. and Crypt TV to name a few.
His background ranges from leading creative teams on software/apps projects, 3D/video/motion teams, to writing, producing and directing corporate video shoots -- both internally and managing external vendors. He can manage the entire production process from pre-production through post-production.
He's also written, produced and directed thrilling short films that were accepted into a number of film festivals and won a handful of awards. He's managed the entire production process. Edited, sound mixed, and created VFX for all his short films.
Tim has been represented by agents and managers in Hollywood for film making and has had 3 feature screenplays optioned. He's currently working to set up his feature film debut from an original action/thriller/sci-fi script he wrote.
Christopher S. Hubbard was born on June 19, 1991 in Tallassee, Alabama, and is a completely self-taught filmmaker. Hubbard developed his passion for movies early on, experimenting with various cameras and cinematography styles at the age of 8. He was known affectionately by his peers as 'the kid that watched the Evil Dead trilogy and From Dusk 'Till Dawn every day'.
In rural Tallassee, filmmaking was viewed derisively as a kind of fool's errand, and this view of moviemaking as some unattainable dream was no different for Hubbards' peers growing up. Because of this attitude towards cinema, it seemed extremely unlikely to Chris at the time that he'd ever achieve his goal of acting and directing.
Throughout his teen years, however, Hubbard continued to study and practice film religiously, until life's demands coerced him to quit his passion and enter the workforce. The years passed, and Hubbard grew conflicted. Feeling that he wasn't living his purpose, he yearned for the 'break' where he could continue focus on his filmmaking.
After his mother passed from cancer , Hubbard finally realized that life is too short to not do what he loved; he'd 'rather live in rags than throw his dreams aside', and with this newfound dedication, he returned to his dreams. He used his passion for film to help him deal with the grief of his mother's death, as well as overcome various traumas from his youth.
Driven by his passion and unwilling to give up on his dream, he took a chance; packing his bags, he left for Los Angeles, only to feel the revolving door that is show business. Unable to find work, he grew distraught, and returned to Alabama. Feeling crushed, he refused to quit, carrying the motto, "If no one will help me, then I'll just do it myself." Studying for months on end, he saved up and purchased film equipment, including a Sony A7S2. Hubbard set out on various productions to hone his craft, performing almost every job on set, from lead acting and editing, set design, sound engineering, and cinematography. The result was his first professional short, titled "The Door in the Dark" .
He has now started his own production company, Divine Limited Productions, and has since developed a core and growing following. This journey that is Hubbard's life began with a dream, and through his dedication, the support of loved ones who never stopped believing, and by never giving up on himself, he is now a successful cinematographer, director, actor, and producer well on his way to making his dreams a reality.
Colin Campbell is a writer and director for theater and film. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his short film, Seraglio. Seraglio also won Deauville’s Grand Prix and ran on HBO. His recent short film, Girl At The Door, played at numerous festivals, and has received write-ups on Dread Central (“Brilliant”) and Brutal As Hell (“excellent escalating sense of unease… Campbell shows real flair”), and was nominated for a 2013 Fright Meter Ward. He directed the feature film Guido, starring Alki David, Billy Zane, Armand Assante, Gary Busey and Lupe Ontiveros, which premiered on FilmOn.com. His production of “The Ballad of Ricardo Flores Magon” at the Ford Theater was filmed and broadcast by KCET. His production of his play, Golden Prospects was nominated for five LA Weekly awards and was Critic’s Pick in TimeOut NY, LA Times and LA Weekly. His supernatural horror screenplay, Harrow Lake was chosen for Film Independent’s Screenwriters Lab and was optioned by Paranormal Media. His supernatural horror screenplay, The Hive, was optioned by Dean Goodhill. Colin regularly writes and directs for Instant Films, where he’s won Best Writer, Best Director and numerous Best Film Awards. He has taught Theater and/or Filmmaking at Loyola Marymount University, Cal Poly Pomona University, Relativity Education, and to incarcerated youth through The Unusual Suspects.
Simon started his career shooting documentaries, including the flagship series, Cutting Edge, on UK’s Channel 4. During this period he also edited Hollywood movie trailers for iTunes. This mix of shooting and editing, along with his developed interest in CGI and VFX combined with live action work, led to directing opportunities on promos and commercials.
Living and working in London, he is now working on getting his first feature made.
Simon graduated with an MA in Film and Television Production from Bristol University, after completing an MA in Politics at the University of Edinburgh.Director Statement
I am the Graphic Designer at News 2.
Before that, for several years I had been employed as Commercial Producer at WCBD News 2. This job required me to write scripts, light, shoot, and edit commercials. I do all with proficiency but my favorite area is post production. I was born to edit. You could say it's in my blood.
My father was President of Merchandising and Licensing for MGM and my mother was a television actress. I made my first series of films when I was nine years old, (shot and edited on Super 8 film). I graduated with a BFA in Film/Video from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. During those years after college I worked as an Editor for Al Stahl's Animated Productions Co. (one of the original Popeye artist/animators). I also did freelance work for Ogilvy and Mather. Family responsibilities caused me to move to Charleston SC and pursue other professions. I have owned and operated successful businesses over the years but nothing has ever made me feel as fulfilled and proud as editing a film.
After getting a Master of cinema at the University Paris 3, Charlotte Cayeux directed 5 short movies since 2011 : "Scene", "Resurgence", "Tapi's three new adventures", "Nassara" and the award-winning, "Those Who Can Die".
Jonas Banks has a Certificate in Directing from UCLA. He directed several short films for UCLA workshops before writing and directing his graduate film, Nothing Like the Sun, which has been accepted into over 30 film festivals.
It’s a story about a vampire couple, married for over 200 years, who come to a crossroads in their marriage when one decides they want to become human again.
The short film has just been picked up for distribution and a feature film is in the works.
Most recently, Jonas has directed the music video, “Misery of My Company” by The Pictographs, a band currently working with the producer of The Ramones, Talking Heads, and Mick Jagger. It has already been accepted into film festivals in addition to airing on the television show, Sound Diego.
Nathan Ragland is an up and coming filmmaker from Georgia. Born on May 15, 1996, Nathan is currently studying Mass Media at Valdosta State University to make his dream of being a filmmaker possible, filming or helping with several student films. He's an award-winning director, winning the Spotlight Bronze Award for Grammar Nazi Killer in the December 2017 Spotlight Horror Film Awards. He hopes that his films one day will inspire people in some way, whether that be the message of the film for the audience to try and follow or some aspect of the productions that inspires others to be creative with what is presented. Nathan posts most of his works on his YouTube channel, where you can see a wide arrange of films directed by the young filmmaker.
Joshua Reale is the owner of a unique style horror attraction in Utica, NY, entitled Cayo Industrial Horror Realm (Cayoindustrial.com). Joshua has created a series of films for this attraction, inspiring the series of short films called NECROPATH. It was created as an experimental trilogy film to move towards a passion for creating a derivative style of horror films and working towards the thought provoking, psychological horror icon film series.
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(Cindy) Zixin Zhang is studying her BFA degree in the School of Art Institute of Chicago with the focus in film and sculpture as a merit scholarship recipient. She has exhibitions about film, photography, painting and sculpture installation held across the world, including the United States, Spain, China, India etc. In the past, she had experience as the director, writer, editor, cinematographer, art director, gaffer, and grip in the film production groups. She had shot her own feature-length documentary in the Antarctic with the scientific group. Her short film The Bloody Glove Box is released at the end of 2017. The personal video she shot and edited wins her the Best Talent Award in Beijing, China from the votes of tons and thousands of citizens. It was broadcast on one of the most viewed television Beijing BTV Youth Channel. Her short film Time Gaps is selected by GardenCity Film Festival, Shorts-in-Fest, 2016 Great Lakes International Shorts Festival, 2016 Director Circle Festival of Shorts Selection and Aword - Independent Film Festival & Screenplay Contest. Her own short film Library Whim, which is about a peculiar piano experience was broadcast on Chicago’s public access network CANTV(Channel 21). She is also a participant of Until Justice Rolls Down Like Waters, Martin Luther King, Jr. Mural Competition at Hostelling International Chicago, aiming to express social justice and equality. With her background in sculpture, photo, film, and visual language, she believes she could produce more creative and meaningful work in the future.
Brinke Stevens has been involved in the film business since 1981, with her acting debut in Roger Corman's "Slumber Party Massacre". Since then she has appeared in 170 movies. She served as the editor of two national magazines, "Weird Tales" and “Monsterland”; wrote and published her own comic book series, "Brinke of Destruction” and a sci fi novel called "Dangerous Toys”; and wrote the screenplay for a feature film, “Teenage Exorcist”. Brinke has co-produced two documentaries about the horror industry, "Shock Cinema" and "Something to Scream About”. She also narrates and produces audio books such as the “Darkness Unbound” series. In addition to writing and starring in “Personal Demons”, it is her directorial debut.
As a visual effects artist TJ has contributed to over thirty feature films. He loves making pretty pictures whether behind the camera or behind the computer.
Originally from Mount Vernon, NY, I studied at Indiana University and currently live in Columbia, SC where I teach Theatre and Speech at a local community college. My last short film, Saint Dee Dee, was a finalist and official selection in a number of festivals, including the Awareness Film Festival in Santa Monica, CA and the Mirabile Dictu Film Festival in Rome, IT.
Born in 1982 in North Little Rock, Arkansas, Richard Stringham aspired to make films since he watched horror and exploitation films at a very young age. After screenwriting for seventeen years, Stringham finally pulled together funding for his first feature, "Close Calls", after quitting the heating and air industry, which he had been in since 2002. After the production of "Close Calls", Stringham immediately began networking with other indie filmmakers (such as P.J. Starks and Brian K. Williams) to get further involved with other indie projects in the genre.
Duncan Peake is film director, writer and editor. He was born in Nambour, raised in Brisbane, Australia.
He begin filmmaking when he was seven years old, where he made home-made films with his uncle and brothers. Throughout high school he continued to make short film projects for school film assessments including music videos and short films. After high school he studied at TAFE Queensland with a certificate III in media. After a year at TAFE he began studying at Griffith Film School.
He directed his first University based short film in 2015 called Under the Bridge, a story about a man who looses everything after his wife discovers an affair with another woman. Throughout his first two years at Griffith, he skills in editing and sound design increased, where editing became high motivation skill and passion, but directing and writing was always a first priority. His second short film ‘Replacements’ became his first non-uni directed project and first horror film.
Duncan is an avid film buff, with horror being his favourite genre and determined to make more genre films in the future. He is also long distance runner, in which he has completed many fun runs and marathons.
Tiffany Lee Nettles is from a small town in North Texas. She enjoys reading, writing, and making films. Her favorite genre is Horror. She has been making short films since she was a child, however wrote and directed her first feature length horror film, Massacre at Bluff's Ridge in 2015.
Cody Clarke is a filmmaker and author from Brooklyn, NY. He has made three feature-length films (Shredder, Rehearsals, and Ramekin) and has written and published fifteen books, including ten poetry collections, two horror novels, two novellas, and one anthology of short stories.
Anthony Presley is a Fine Arts/ Conceptual artist who currently resides in Chicago. He grew up in Memphis Tennessee, where he discovered his interest in in the arts, specifically film. He later joined the United States Navy to pursue photojournalism full-time. Through his work, Anthony has had the opportunity to travel the world to share his vision and experiences with an international audience. He has had the opportunity to visit and create art in Dubai, Bahrain, France, Spain, and the States.
Sierra is in her senior year at Montana State University and plans to top off her educational journey by directing “Kimmy for Dinner”, which she is extremely excited for, but is trying to be cool about it. She has been passionate about film for a couple decades and has devoted 75% of her life (thus far) watching films... especially comedy, horror and Point Break. She is excited to have had the opportunity to make a film that she is passionate about and is ready to make more...