On the 100th anniversary of genocide, an Armenian American woman ventures to Armenia and into Turkey in search of her great-grandparents long-lost house. '100 Years from Home' is a film about family, loss, and survival through a deeply personal lens.
This is the concept trailer for the upcoming feature film “Through the Veil”, a romantic psychological thriller that blurs the line between faith and doubt. When a ghost hunter loses his fiancée, he mounts an investigation to see if she’s reaching back through or he’s just haunted by hope. Currently featured on the groundbreaking new filmmaking platform FilmBreak.
An honestly modern parody of the holiday classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”. Jacob DeMonte-Finn & Avital Ash star in this musical comedy about a woman stuck on a not-so-hot blind date. When she tries to end the evening gracefully, she’s rebuffed by her cheerfully lecherous suitor because, well, “baby, it’s cold outside.” Official Selection of the Palm Springs International ShortFest, the Cleveland International Film Festival, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, HollyShorts Film Festival, and more.
In a claustrophobic apartment, a young waitress and single mother is suddenly struck by a panic attack. She must overcome the depths of the attack in order to attend to her young child. Official Selection of the Los Angeles Short Film Festival 2010.
An irreverent yet affectionate parody of Julian Schnabel’s masterpiece "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" in which the incapacitated Jean-Dominique writes a terrible fantasy novel instead of about his fascinating life experiences. Accepted into the Cannes Short Film Corner 2012.