SHORT FILM RELEASES

What Jamal Saw

Runtime: 8 minutes

Year: 2017

Genre: Drama

Writer, Producer, Director, Editor:

Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: R. Kolby Woodfield

Music: Miro Kepinski

Cast: Damien Chinappi, Vac Harris, Kimora Harris

When undercover Detective Henry spots a suspicious car in a parking lot on his night shift, he meets Jamal, a single father who is starting his new job as a security guard. But when Detective Henry notices Jamal's trunk is open and starts to investigate, confrontation occurs, turning Detective Henry into the person he never wanted to be; changing his life and those who he touched forever.

Going Up

Runtime: 11 minutes

Year: 2016

Genre: Drama/Science Fiction

Writer, Producer, Director, Editor:

Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Jeffrey G. Rosenberg

Music: Miro Kepinski

Cast: Damien Chinappi, Harsh J. Gagoomal, Daniel J. Petrie

When a elevator gets stopped in purgatory a representative of the United States, Syria and Russia argue about immigration, race and their reasons for wanting nuclear war.

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The Bag

Runtime: 3 minutes

Year: 2015

Genre: Drama/Action/Comedy

Writer, Director, Editor: Alexander Freeman

Producers: Jake Nadeau, Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Phillip Roquemore

Editor: Alexander Freeman

Music: Miro Kepinski

Cast: Harsh J. Gagoomal, Alexander Freeman

Originally from Irán, Aameen fled to the United States with his parents to start a new life after violence arose in his home country. Balancing the stress of school and a job, Aameen struggles to achieve perfection.

 

 

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One Day At A Time

Runtime: 5 minutes

Year: 2014

Genre: Drama

Director: Alexander Freeman

Writers: Alexander Freeman, Katie Neuhof

Producers: Katie Neuhof, Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Tyler Robinson

Editor: Alexander Freeman

Music: Alie Zwart

Cast: Mac Ademix, Elias Pearlstein, Bryan Rainstein, Katie Neuhof

Andy has been a struggling alcoholic and drug addict with serious depression for many years, but after seeing that he could become homeless as a result of his actions he decides to get help. 

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Love and Hope of the Next Generation

Runtime: 5 minutes

Year: 2013

Genre: Romance

Writer and Director: Alexander Freeman

Producer: Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Brandon Golden

Editor: Alexander Freeman

Music: Alie Zwart

Cast: Jake Novak, Emmy Ross

Living with a rare condition affecting motor control on the property of Eden, Jonathan transforms into a new body through the love and acceptance of his wife, Elizabeth. Together, they make a new race different from the descendants of Adam and Eve, born without judgment or a standard of normalcy in order to improve the creators work.

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A Life Imperfect

Runtime: 7 minutes

Year: 2013

Genre: Drama/Romance

Writers and Directors:

Alexander Freeman, Brandon Golden

Producer: Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Brandon Golden

Editor: Alexander Freeman

Music: Alie Zwart

Cast: Uriah Barker, Sarah Metcalf

Michael and Emily have been together for years. But when Michael comes home in a wheelchair from fighting in Iraq, he comes home with one arm missing and chronic PTSD. Due to Michael’s condition, Emily is forced to adapt to the way their relationship is now.

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Seven Days

Runtime: 4 minutes

Year: 2013

Genre: Drama

Writer, Producer, Director, Editor:

Alexander Freeman

Directors of Photography:

Ben Gates, Brandon Golden

Music: Miro Kepinski

Cast: Maria Jan Carreon, Christopher Gaskell, David Wotton, Walker Morgan, James A. Cajigas, Emmy Ross, John Freeman


Joanne, is a young poor pregnant woman. Not sure what she should do because money is tight, Joanne goes in for a usual check up with her doctor. Upon her visit her doctor informs her that her baby has a rare heart defect. Not sure if she wants a child at all unless her baby is perfect, she contemplates an abortion which is scheduled to take place in the next seven days. Meanwhile, Joanne’s unborn child imagines his hypothetical life, through childhood, college, marriage and finally, old age.

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I Care: A Documentary About Independent Living

Runtime: 12 minutes

Year: 2013

Genre: Documentary

Writer: Alexander Freeman

Directors: Alexander Freeman, Steve Marx

Producers: Alexander Freeman, Steve Marx

Directors of Photography: Steve Marx, Milan Kohout

Editor: Alexander Freeman

Music: Soleil Kelley

Cast: Alexander Freeman, Elli Balcomb, Jim Wice, Rob Park, Carmen Rosa Rosado, John Winske

I Care explores the lives of five individuals with disabilities and their Personal Care Attendants who help them live life as independently as possible. It is the story of survival, trust, dignity and having the choice of how we want to live our lives.

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Meet Annabelle

Runtime: 17 minutes

Year: 2010

Genre: Drama/Comedy

Writer, Producer, Director, Editor:

Alexander Freeman

Director of Photography: Kenny Caudill

Music: Alex Andreosatos, Dan Barrenechea

Cast: Michael Moran, Samantha Wilson, Nicola Chávez-Courtright, Mari Adams

Alec is a young American single writer with cerebral palsy looking for love and acceptance. Speaking through his bitter but physically attractive able-bodied alter ego from Britain, he admits his thoughts about commercialism, health issues and religion in society as well as past dates to a sex doll named Annabelle. Annabelle, a symbol of American culture's obsession with perfection and materialism, allows Alec's alter ego to fall away, revealing his disability and genuine personality to shine through, forcing us to decide what is truly attractive.

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The Tell-Tale Heart

Runtime: 6 minutes

Year: 2009

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Writers: Alexander Freeman, Edgar Allan Poe

Producer, Director, Editor: Alexander Freeman

Directors of Photography: Harrison Mantas, Steve Marx

Cast: Paul Horn, Jim W. LaBerge

A caregiver named Clive (Paul Horn of Gone Baby Gone) working in a nursing home develops a sexual attraction towards an old man who does not reciprocate. However, the constant noise of the heartbeat cannot be ignored. The question is, whose heart is it?