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Short Film: THE COMPANY SLAVE ZOMBIE, 16min., Mexico, Action

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.

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Short Film: LYCANTHROPHY, 16min., UK, Thriller/Crime

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

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Director Biography – Debbie Vu (Roll Pin Punch)

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

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Short Film: ROLL PIN PUNCH, 12min., Drama/Action

A sparring match between two MMA fighters, both women of color, and the pivotal moments leading up to the fight. Director Statement The world would be a better place if we just listened to one another. I create media that … Continue reading

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Director Biography – Jon Glassberg (DEEP WATER)

Jon Glassberg is an adventure filmmaker and photographer born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia and transplanted to Boulder, Colorado where he owns and operates Louder Than Eleven, a production company that focuses on film and photo work in the outdoor … Continue reading

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Short Film: DEEP WATER, 18min., USA, Documentary/Adventure

“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 learns from the master, tackles the fear of climbing … Continue reading

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Crime/Mystery Festival Testimonial – May 18 2020

Gustavo Freitas (OPERATION BROTHER SAM) Being able to have professional actors reading your script is a wonderful experience. It’s invaluable. Feedback was good, but it can’t be compared with a table-read. First, it was very satisfying to see all these characters … Continue reading

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Action/Crime Festival Testimonial – May 15 2020

Richard Kjeldgaard Great experience from the advice regarding structure all the way to the table reading which was fabulous. Thanks to the competition director to the actors to the positive reviews of my spec Nowhere-Ville. A FilmFreeway preferred festival:  

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Crime/Mystery Festival Testimonial – April 23 2020

For un-produced writers, the real frustration after keystroking “The End” is trying to get noticed. There are so few outlets available for presenting your material. The FEEDBACK Festival appeals to me because my work now migrates from an unread concept … Continue reading

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Crime/Mystery Testimonial – April 22 2020

Blair Johannes Big Thank you to Action/Adventure/Crime/Mystery Film Festival. Great communication from this group and watching the review back the Mediator was great, knew the film and brought interesting insight to the audience for them to ponder over while discussing … Continue reading

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