The Oak Tree & Onigiri
Structured around the riddle of the sphinx, the short film depicts the relationship between neuroscientist Michael and mathematician Eva over four years. While researching a cure for sleep, Michael not only faces mounting pressure from his colleagues, but also the crumbling mental state of Eva. She suffers from bi-polar disorder, which takes its toll on both of them as the years progress. He is counseled by Kolos, a former professor, to concentrate on his research. A conflicted Michael must make a choice before Eva destroys herself.
24 hours challenge short film
Edit, Add SFX & Music and finishing
On the last day of every month, a struggling married couple engages in a unique practice to help reset their relationship and keep things fresh.
An old man embarks on a dangerous trip back in time to undo a tragic event that has haunted him for decades.
On a beautiful hillside in pre-World War 2 Los Angeles, Sachi, a young Japanese girl, plants an oak seed with her father. There, he begins teaching her lessons about life, family, and tradition. On December 7th 1941, the world as she knows it is shattered forever; she and her mother are wrongfully interned and her father enlists in the military never to return. Ten years later, and irrevocably altered, Sachi returns to find she and her mother outcasts, but the oak tree she planted with her father has not only survived, somehow, and most mysteriously, it has thrived.
The project must be done in 24hours from writing script to Picture lock.
I have to start editing during the film crew's were still filming and I have to give suggestions for shots and setups in order to finish the project on time.
A stranger is given seven days to reap seven souls and earn his way out of hell. When he meets a young girl who reminds him of his daughter, he is compelled to choose. Will she be his sacrifice or his salvation? "THE UNTAMED promises to be an epic tale, conceived and crafted not only with a great love of comics, but also a profound understanding of the power of visionary storytelling." -- Clive Barker