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Short Film Of The Day: Wake

11 November 2011 9:00 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Why Watch? It’s all about camera work, parallel visions, and grief in this humbling drama short by Dan Marcus. A young man faces emotional chaos after his mother’s death, and a father tries sorely to reconnect with his son. The performances from Greg Schweiner and Joshua Brail as father and son are awkward perfection. They’re in the same room, but on completely different planets. It’s enough to make the air turn blue, but the real triumph here is with every framed image that belies a strong sense of storytelling through what we can see (and what we can’t see) on the screen. What does it cost? Just 11 minutes of your time. Check out Wake for yourself: Wake (2009) Trust us. You have time for more short films. »

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New Banner Poster and Trailer for Indie Superhero Short Fallen

31 May 2011 12:32 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Fallen is the story of beloved hero Ephraim (Brian Kavanaugh), who abandons the city he swore to protect. When a mysterious catastrophe rocks the city of Chicago, he must face the scared citizenry that cries out for his return, including a lone police officer (Errol McLendon), a tough vigilante (Andrew Staton), and a terrified boy (Harrison Boxley). Most of all, he must face Bethany (Heather Tyler), who may or may not be the villainness pulling the strings of Ephraim’s heart and the devastation that might annihilate the city. A message from Dan Marcus: Fallen is my love letter to superheroes. I wanted to give something back to a modern mythology that has given me so much in return. I wanted to stir up the same sense of excitement and wonder I would get when I sat down in the theater on a Friday evening waiting for that Marvel »

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