I will keep the content fresh here with a new ‘film’ each week for you to view for free. For now, lets begin the Frompage2Screen Multiplex Cinema Season with my first film. Experiencing Comic Com from 2017.in Screen One, a film which for me started out as a fun project but then turned into an exciting journey. Its a film filled with lots of cameos from famous people and is a fun watch for all geeks (like me)
Shoot the Moon Films presents, “Restitution”. Starring: Emmett McMullan, Stacey Forbes Iwanicki, Curtis Reid, Genna June Rittenhouse, Nicholas Magrey and Jonathan Demers Directed by Jeffrey Buchbinder Produced by Curtis Reid Written by Natasha Darius and Nicholas Magrey
Filmmaker and former editor of the Ask The Filmmaker Column for Digital Filmmaker Magazine, Emma Dark has taken some time out during this lockdown period to answer some current filmmaking and production questions in this ‘short film’
The new Sci-Fi/Horror short film from award-winning filmmaker Emma Dark, and is a cerebral foray into the darker, more disturbing, side of Science Fiction. Adam Harper (Alan Austen, Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back) is an average man. And on an average day he suddenly finds himself catapulted into the strangest, reality changing game… A game of time and chance, where the stakes are a matter of life and death.
Adam Harper – Alan Austen The Woman – Emma Dark Commuter/Automaton – Chris Hampshire Commuter – Beric Read Commuter – Samantha Oci
Edited, Produced, Written, and Directed by Emma Dark Original Music by Eric Elick Director of Photography Philip Bloom Sound Design by Chris Collier
WINNER – Australian Screen Industry Network awards certificate of highest acheivement – BEST SHORT FILM, BEST ACTRESS (SUSAN BUSH), MOST VALUABLE CREW MEMBER (SCOTT SANDS). A man loses everything when his addictions take over his life, leading him to a point where he must make a decision that will change his life forever. Originally created for the Screen My Shorts International Project Homeless competition and selected as a finalist in the Sydney festival, the movie was made with minimal budget and crew with a tight deadline of just 30 days starting from scratch. Starring Matt Gaffney, Susan Bush, Michael Thompson, Becki Bradley and Craig Scott. Directed by Dan Jensen Written by Trudy Martin & Dan Jensen
In a very familiar, yet dystopian future where living in isolation is considered normal, a woman named Boo tries to connect with others through video chat. However, each of these people represents one of the Seven Deadly Sins. As their negativity and bad habits gradually infect her, Boo is left feeling lonelier than ever.
Sins Of Solitude was shot entirely mobiles our phones during the COVID-19 lockdown and is dedicated to “all the people who felt hungry, jealous, bored, greedy, privileged, angry and… lonely while staying in”.
WOMAN IN THE PAINTING! Creepy Horror Short by Directed by Sarah Daly