Two hitmen and an elderly woman in an elevator… what could possibly go wrong? Such is the premise of the short film “Going Down” from director Ryan Hamelin. The film stars Michael Brusasco, Christopher Kauffmann, and Carol Robinson.
Directed by Blake Jones and Evan Scott, the film stars Andrew Greer and Shaheed K. Woods as a pair of guys who happen to be roommates with a robot… a robot whose startling revelation will shake the very foundation of their entire lives.
An unofficial music video produced as part of the Tisch High School Summer Program. The film stars Sam Thonis and Divya Gadangi. The song, as evidenced above, is “Riot Rhythm” by Sleigh Bells.
The fifth and final project produced for my Sight & Sound Film class. Filmed entirely in Connecticut between a soundstage at Supertech Inc. and the woods outside my house. Shot on 16mm black and white reversal film stock and edited on a Steenbeck. Special Thanks to Supertech Inc. and all of the wonderful cast and crew who donated their time to make this film a reality. Rick Litvin S&S:Film Fall 2009
The fourth project produced for my Sight & Sound Film class. The prompt had something to do with sound design, I really don’t remember now. Shot on 16mm black and white reversal film stock and edited on a Steenbeck. The opening text was added in post in response to class feedback. Special thanks to Emily Harrold, Amanda Fatemi, and Fiona Voss for allowing us to not only shoot in their apartment, but run extension cords out their 3rd story window for the street sequence. Rick Litvin S&S:Film Fall 2009
Created in conjunction with the Spring 2009 Tisch School of the Arts Frame & Sequence curriculum. Disclaimer: We were required to use only still images, no video, hence the visual “style.” Special thanks to Carlos De Jesus, Liam Bingham, Kristen da Costa, and our entire cast and crew.
Created as part of the Tisch School of the Arts Maurice Kanbar Institute for Film and Television Production High School Filmmaker’s Workshop Summer 2007 Program. Thanks to all of the wonderful crew and TA’s who helped make this film happen. The production was shot, edited, and color corrected in 4 days.