Warhol is a dark comedic script with a run time of 15 minutes, during which it holds a mirror up to the celebrity obsessed world within which we live. How far will a person go, or allow themselves to be pushed in order to achieve their fifteen minutes of fame? ‘Warhol’ demonstrates how the media can influence, and in this case manipulate their audience, at times with disturbing consequences.
A quirky dark comedy.
Michael wakes from a nightmare, where he killed a woman in the dead of night. When he finds a blood soaked knife in his kitchen sink his paranoia starts to torment him, and torment him it does.
When a troubled albino boy spots a white raven on his parents' chicken farm he begins to question the mysterious circumstances of his own birth. A coming of age & love story in a world where what's real and what's magic blend and coexist.
Her movements were provocative; her mouth beckoning as her long legs wrapped about his torso in spasms of erotic delight.
With a final orgasmic thrust he achieved his purpose in life…and in turn was promptly devoured.
Dean and Steven watched the male mantis being swallowed.
“No doubt…” Dean muttered, “...females are the strongest.”
Steven reassured the departed male mantis. “To top it all off, she undoubtedly told you… You were her best-ever...friend and lover. Right?”
In this satire, one of a series of shorts about the end of American civilization, a young guy gets a scary glimpse of today's family when he sits next to a frequent flier businesswoman who does parenting on the side.
Her obnoxious, boozing brother, is marrying the same woman, for the second time. Attending her friend’s baby shower, necessitates her early departure from the wedding reception. However, before she can slip away, he becomes disruptive. As a result she is coerced into sticking around to help control him. Think Roseanne
A metaphorical story with a disturbing social message. America's "greatest"ť generation is freeloading off the backs of their own grandchildren via the U.S. Social Security system. Lemonade Stand is a five minute parable exposing the over-reliance on our youngest generation to support today's Social Security recipients despite predictions of future bankruptcy. After Lemonade Stand, will any grandparent be able to look their grandchild in the eye?
A journalist interviews a criminal. Not unusual. But as these characters are brought face-to-face, is there more than first meets the eye?
N.B. Reviewed by Wendy Mitchell, Editor of Screen Daily and Screen International, as “snappily written, with a great pace about it...dialogue also well written.”
INTERRUPTION tells the quirky story of a young man who hasn't slept in days thanks to his quarreling elderly neighbors. He's willing to do anything to get a peaceful night in his own place, and when he confronts them he gets quite the permanent solution.
A teenager gets the chance to play in the biggest game of his life where teams go head to head in a battle between good and evil. Souls are won and souls are lost in this parable portraying The Game of Life.