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DEEP WATER, 18min., USA, Documentary/Adventure Directed by Jon Glassberg “Deep Water” is a captivating exploration of fear, mentorship, and deep water soloing in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam with psicobloc pioneer Tim Emmett and competition climber Kyra Condie. Watch as Kyra … Continue reading
ROLL PIN PUNCH, 12min., Drama/Action Directed by Debbie Vu A sparring match between two MMA fighters, both women of color, and the pivotal moments leading up to the fight.
THE COMPANY SLAVE ZOMBIE, 16min., Mexico, Action Directed by Katsuhide Yamago Middle-aged office worker got jacked by bad guys and he was dead. But when his cell phone rings , he is alive once again as zombie. And the zombie … Continue reading
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST THRILLER FILM: NEAR KEPLER BEST CRIME/MYSTERY FILM: LYCANTHROPHY BEST ACTION FILM: ROLL PIN PUNCH BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: DEEP WATER BEST PERFORMANCESS: MARRAS BEST SOUND & MUSIC: WILL TO LIVE: THE GARY EDINGER STORY Theme of night: Trapped … Continue reading
Katsuhide Yamago I am very grateful for the many screenings. Thank you. A FilmFreeway preferred festival: The Fastest Growing CRIME/MYSTERY Festival and Contest in the World today!
I started creating 8mm films in college. I have been working on numerous TV shows in a production company after graduating from college. For the last three years, I have been streaming short films on Youtube.
Middle-aged office worker got jacked by bad guys and he was dead. But when his cell phone rings , he is alive once again as zombie. And the zombie is out of control. Now the slaughter begins.
Lycanthropy is a dark investigative thriller short film, which follows detectives Mark Kessler and John Mills, as they search for a missing girl. The story starts in the middle of a crime investigation. We meet the detectives as they wait … Continue reading
Debbie Vu is an award-winning documentary and narrative filmmaker, living a bicoastal life by traveling between Durham, NC and Los Angeles, CA to continue the work she started in Durham. Debbie runs IronWorx Media, a media collective that produces high … Continue reading