We tell stories here.
A woman seeks shelter from a mysterious enemy.
The one with a blender in it.
Someone’s out for blood
A writer struggles with the blank page.
Originally created as part of William and Mary’s 24 Speed Film Festival
Something strange is brewing in the night...
A little spider has an epic day on the streets of Washington DC
Written and Directed by Kristen Hopkins
Two people each looking for love hit it off on their first date, but will the rules of 'the game' ruin a budding relationship before it even begins?
When a double date goes horribly awry, a young woman finds herself fighting for survival.
Originally created for the Four Points Film Project 2014. This film has been modified from the original 72 hour film.
Bruce must channel his love of Martial Arts films into a way to resolve a fight with his wife Jackie, and also take his dog for a walk.
Made for the 2013 National Film Challenge. Conceived, shot, and edited within 72 hours.
1 out of 18 finalists worldwide for the NFC Audience Award Competition
WINNER - Best use of character
WINNER - Best use of genre (for Martial Arts)
Three stories of people who find themselves out of their element.
Conceived, shot, and edited in 24 hours as part of William and Mary's 24 Speed 2016 and the Global Film Festival.
Three survivors of a pandemic of violence go to rescue one of their own...only to learn a terrifying truth about the new world they live in.
Written byMohammad RahmanAlex HoltKristen Hopkins
Directed by Alex Holt
Lara - Kristen HopkinsBelal - Mohammad RahmanIzzy - Nicole RickabaughDanny - Owen Phillips
Made in roughly 5 hours on an old laptop too slow to play the footage back in real time. Good thing the assigned genre was 'dadaist'...
Some heavy stuff is going down in Middle Earth...
A PR firm must put a happy face on an Alien Occupation of Earth as they prepare for the planet's annual Dependence Day celebrations.
A 2014 Washington DC 48 Hour Film Project (Science Fiction).
Written, shot, and edited in under 48 hours.
Just a little look around Washington DC.
The real reason behind White House Press Secretary Jay Carney's departure.
Three thugs accidentally awaken a vengeful spirit when they mug a man carrying valuable artifacts.
Created for the 2013 Washington DC 48 Hour Film Project. Conceived, shot, and edited in roughly 48 hours (more like 56...we were late.)
Director Neill Blomkamp of District 9 and Elysium really has a thing for making people explode.
Jenny is getting back into the dating game, but her roommates suspect she may have gotten in over her head when she ends up at...THE MURDERHOUSE.
Created for the William and Mary 24 Speed Film Festival (Alumni Edition). Conceived, shot, and edited in 24 hours.
I’m standing on a rooftop next to a water tower, ready to jump. It’s not the strangest thing I’ve done today.
In a terrible place with no tides, a lobster tries to hold on to the fading memories of the sea it once called home. But an even worse fate awaits...
Originally published in the Winter 2010 of Nuschto, the Peace Corps Ukraine newsletter. Two ancient entities (based on Ukrainian city names) do battle on the open steppe.
“And we shall stand in the sun with a will.
And we shall be dangerous.”