A Roman Everyman discovers a violently ill intruder on his sofa after returning from the market. Begrudgingly, the Everyman must nurse this stranger back to health before he can unearth the ominous man’s true purpose for being there….
The film explores Colonel Phillip Green from the original series Star Trek episode, “The Savage Curtain”. A vignette prequal probing the problem of a worldwide virus, its effects and how one person could potentially have ultimate control over the entire population of the world….
ROTOSCOPING: An Artist’s Memoirs
A philosophical trip to an artist’s soul, in the making of an animation film which represents the artist’s way of life.
As a Jew growing up in Baltimore, he learned to fear the German people. Through recurring travels to Berlin, he now initiated his own reconciliation project. This animated film, posing the big questions about good and evil, provides disconcerting answers….
In 1974, a Mormon missionary finds his world turned upside down when he falls in love with a handsome Italian Communist. With original 8mm film and fierce storytelling, Tom Clark recounts a love story set against the backdrop of coastal Italy wrought with faith, identity, cigarettes, and Thorazine….
I was at a fashion show overseas and was told “the darker the skin, the uglier they’re considered”. I decided to call upon some of my dark skin friends in fashion industry to address this, and prove that beauty is all about feeling comfortable in your skin. If you…