Being asked to whisk up a closing film and Holiday greeting for GEP, I was inspired by the annual winter party: every guest is invited to bring an ornament for the ritualistic tree. I decided to turn Glass Eye into a tree itself, with cute and creepy gifts to share, ornaments brought by all, and a darling angel (devil?) overseeing it all. On behalf of Glass Eye Pix, have a happy Horror-day!
Leaves provides us with the opportunity to acknowledge the transformation from death into new life. Made with biodegradable materials, this coffin's rope has a dye embedded with spores. Once the body is buried, fungus grows to speed up the decomposition.
Ming Ming’s perfect routine gets interrupted when Po invades her space.
Completed for the 72 Hour Asian American Film Lab.
Filmmakers Shaun and Mac spiral into madness after stumbling upon a way to cut production costs by kidnapping and killing people for their indie slasher film.
What are you willing to do for your art?
Currently a short film, being developed as a feature.
A scientist becomes absorbed in his lab work.
For the 9th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival in New York, our yearly short film competition will once again bring together scientists and filmmakers to create a science-inspired short film, this time involving the theme of “light”.
A documentary about neighbors. Filmed over a month’s time in the holiday season in Brooklyn, WILLOUGHBY highlights themes of belonging, family, loneliness and solitude.