Sat, 15 December 2007
Jonathan Browning has strong background in traditional and alternative theatre. In Chicago, he was an active member of the great improvisational Annoyance Theatre and a variety of other theatre companies. In Los Angeles he has performed in and directed dozens of staged pieces at such prominent venues.
The 3-minute comedic film The Job marks his directorial debut. The Job is a true crowd pleaser and has won audience awards in a number of festivals including in the Lake County film Festival, the DC International Shorts Fest, Chicago Really Short Film Festival, and the 2007 MergingArts Short Short Story Film Festival.
Sat, 8 December 2007
Ben Peters is writer and producer of a 90 second short short story film called Frog Jesus in addition to a variety of other great short short story films from a variety of genres.
Frog Jesus has played a number of festivals and debuted in New England at the 2007 MergingArts Short Short Story Film Festival.
Ben Peters runs a film production company called Kijo in Vancouver, BC as writer/producer along with Toby Gorman, cinematographer/director, that is currently concentrating on short films and will produce features in the future as well.
Sat, 1 December 2007
Jonpaul Lewis is the "Jack" and master of many trades as an independent filmmaker. He is the writer, editor, director, producer, and lead actor of a three-minute short short story animation/live action character driven horror film called Jack the Ripper featuring a unique mix of 8,000 still photographs and stop motion animation techniques.
He has many other plans in the works including an original remake of David Lynch’s The Elephant Man and a full length version of Jack the Ripper as well. Jonpaul is inspired by a variety of newer and older filmmakers including Tim Burton, Ray Harryhausen, and the early films of Thomas Edison.
Jack the Ripper has played a number of festivals and debuted in New England at the 2007 MergingArts Short Short Story Film Festival.