Below are a few of our most recent short films. If you want to see more, please visit 12films12weeks.com.
Written, shot, and edited in 24 hours, “Thirsty Work” was our entry in the 2010 New York City Film Race — where it won Best Cinematography, Best Ensemble Acting, and Best Original Score.
The 11th film in last summer’s 12 Films 12 Weeks project, “Hero by Proxy” was written collaboratively in one day and shot in about six hours. The resulting film is a contemporary noir and a gentle spoof of detective movies. WARNING: Includes brief male nudity and sexual content.
Film #8 of 12 Films 12 Weeks, “Spirits” was an experiment in visually-driven storytelling, and our first film with cinematographer Derek Van Gorder. This dialogue-free film won the Best Cinematography prize at the 2009 Blackout Film Festival.
The week before making “Spirits,” we made “The Proposal,” a bittersweet ensemble film about love, heartache, and performance. Featuring a cast of thousands (okay, sixteen), and shot in even less time than “Hero by Proxy” (we had to catch the light!), “The Proposal” was one of our best-loved films of the summer.
Last year’s New York Film Race entry, “The Queen Bee of Mushroomtown,” won awards in seven categories, including Best Actor, Best Film, and the Online Audience Award.