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A fading shock-jock tests the limits of how far a person will allow themselves to be pushed, in order to achieve fifteen minutes of fame.


Adam Ethan Crow


Adam Ethan Crow (screenplay), Adam Ethan Crow (story) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Corey Johnson ... Dave Dawson
Dar Dash ... Frank Lockwood
Franchesca De Sica Franchesca De Sica ... Elena
Michael Keane Michael Keane ... Anthony
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zara Day ... Kate (rumored)
Anil Desai ... Celebrity Callers
Franchesca di Sica Franchesca di Sica ... Elena
Walles Hamonde ... Carl Caller (rumored)
Robert Toretto Robert Toretto ... Sarge


Warhol shines a light on the media, social and otherwise, dramatizing just how far a person will allow themselves to be pushed, in order to achieve their fifteen minutes of fame when a late night 'talk show' gets out of hand. Written by Anonymous

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Everyone's famous for fifteen minutes, you can decide what for.


Short | Drama | Thriller



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Release Date:

3 June 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK


Box Office


£10,000 (estimated)
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Color (HD)| Color
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An Award Winning Reality Check!
6 September 2014 | by angiequidimSee all my reviews

Warhol is the filmmaker's depiction of today's instant gratification generation and how far will one go for their 15 minutes of fame. Corey Johnson does a superb job of portraying narcissistic shock jock Dave Dawson who bends all the rules for ratings. He says and does what he pleases until one night, a mysterious caller changes the rules of the game. The film is a great social commentary on the influence of media and social media exchanges. Sometimes we go too far and there's no coming back. I can't rave enough about this short film. In 20 minutes the filmmaker achieves the point of a cathartic release for an audience that leaves them baffled in the end. The story is fantastically written leaving very little questions to be answered. The cinematography is well done and although simple, each shot brings something to the story.

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