"An online series that deserves to be on TV." -Entertainment Weekly
a comedy series for Thundershorts about a family obsessed with YouTube fame.
A spec TV pilot in development for James Franco's production company, based on the Pulitzer prize-winning novel by Jennifer Egan.
2011 documentary on the making of Vera Farmiga's remarkable debut feature, "Higher Ground."
Available on the Sony Pictures Classics DVD.
Two Manhattan teens form an unexpected bond that helps them through a difficult night.
Premiered at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival.
2011. 13 minutes. Drama.
Sex in the city, Brooklyn-style.
A webseries comedy about the love lives of five loosely connected people in Brooklyn.
"Sure it was made for the web, but Brooklyn is for Lovers would improve on almost any basic cable network’s programming schedule." - Tubefilter
A creative writing teacher risks his career, family and morality when he opens his door for office hours.
Based on the story by Steve Almond (Candyfreak, My Life in Heavy Metal).
2009. 8 minutes. Comedy-Romance.
Jim and Annie are in bed, sharing sexual fantasies for the first time.
2007. 9 minutes. Comedy-Romance.
Starring: James Rich, Annie Lloyd
"One of the funniest (and smartest) films I've seen in the past five years, it captures the fragile and hilarious dynamics of modern romance." -Steve Almond (Candyfreak)
An amateur sound-recordist goes on a journey after coming across some disturbing sounds in the woods.
4 min. Drama. 16mm B/W.
Starring Matthieu Cornillon,
A 9/11 widower’s business trip to Boston takes a surprising and emotional turn when he thinks he sees his family alive.
THE FINES won Best of Fest and a $1000 prize at the 2006 New Mexico’s White Sands Film Festival.
2006. 13 minutes. Drama.
Luis is a 13 year old Bronx kid living on an island institution for troubled teens. Moe is the local boat mechanic who becomes his mentor. When Luis takes a frightening measure of revenge on the boys bullying him, Moe must do what he thinks is right to protect the boy and keep him from hurting others.
Named Best New England Film at the 2003 Northampton Film Festival, winner of the Kodak Cinematography Prize and Best Short at the 2004 Film Fest New Haven, 5th Place in Indieproducer.net’s national short film contest, and broadcast on PBS.
2003. 22 minutes. Drama.
A young woman takes a ride with her lover on her 18th birthday.
2001. 9 minutes. Drama.
Awarded Best Cinematography at the 2001 Woods Hole Film Festival, Most Promising Director at the Boston Underground Film Festival, and Best Performance at the New England Film and Video Festival and screened at festivals around the world.
“Weaves richer, more resonant characterizations than most feature films manage in ten times the running time. One of the best short films I’ve seen in years.” - Stephen Bissette, Brattleboro Reformer
“ I think it should be shown in film classes as an example of what a good short film can be.” - G. Rich Goldberg, Executive Director of The Philadelphia Film Society