2001 Woodstock Film Festival -
SHORTS PROGRAM #2 - WACKY PACKS
|The Ballad of Little Roger Mead
Directed by Mark Carter
2001 Spirit of Slamdance Award Winner
Much to the horror of his father, 12-year old Little Roger Mead summons
the courage to express himself at a small town talent show. His act is
unforgettable as he purges himself of his father’s disapproval and finds
the strength to share his unique gift with the world.
directed the "Action Figure" campaign ad for Governor Jesse Venture. He is
currently directing a variety of projects including promos for ABC’s
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
128 S. Reeves Dr., #8
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Bloodhag: The Faster You Go Deaf, The More Time You Have to Read
Directed by Brad Vanderburg
A death-metal rock group tours Puget Sound area libraries and plays short
heavy metal songs about science-fiction authors VERY LOUDLY to inspire kids to
Graduating from USC Film School in 1985, Brad Vanderburg completed his
first feature Live with This in 1993. A road documentary about L.A. indie
punk legends Popdefect, Live... played at festivals throughout the U.S.
and internationally. He has just completed his first narrative feature, I-5,
starring Dana Ashbrook (Twin Peaks) and Dawn Maxey (That Thing You Do).
Reality Train Pictures
1921 16th Ave. South
Seattle, WA 98144
Directed by Kate Schultz
dot is a deadpan ironic comedy about a lone survivor after grand scale
layoffs at an internet company. dot is a story of delusion in the midst
of decay and the all too human impulse to apply order and meaning to chaos.
Kate Schultz’s first film was The One, The Only, Jan Terri. She
has written a number of screenplays including By Any Other Name. As a
child, Kate was a member of Young People’s Theater with the Performing Arts of
359A Prospect Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215
A short film by David Licata
"...because getting a job is hard work" 8½ x 11 is a wry
comedy about the
dehumanizing process of looking for a job. It is an immediately
recognizable, slightly absurd, comic portrayal of a nameless Everyman lost
in the morass of the job interview circuit.
David Licata is a screenwriter and filmmaker living in Manhattan. He has
written for television (ESPN), contributed scads of movie reviews for video
guides, and penned erotica (don't ask). He has been on more job interviews
than you could possibly imagine.
Lavatory Man - PAUL ALBE
Interviewee - TRIP CULLMAN
Nonprofit Woman - SUSAN GRACE
Personal Assistant Man - WILLIAM MICHALS
Human Resources Woman - ELLEN POMPEO
Junk Mail Woman - CYNTHIA SANDMANN
Producers - DAVID LICATA, ZAK OTHMER, CARRIE J. SPECHT
Director of Photography - ZAK OTHMER
Editor - PHYLLIS FAMIGLIETTI
Production Designer - RICHARD WHITEFORD II
Sound Design - MATTHEW FLEECE
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Blood Orange Films
75 West End Avenue, P7A
New York, NY 10023
Directed by Relah Eckstein
Lucy is a cute dog who dreams she is a woman who’s in love with her master,
who fantasizes she’s a drummer in Jimmy Angel’s all-girl rock ’n’ roll band.
Lucy is currently undergoing therapy.
Relah Eckstein studied still photography, ballet and music before making
films in 1990 at Los Angeles City College. Since then she has made eight surreal
fantasy films that include Oat-Meal, The Room, Eye Creature and Eggy
Time. Her films have won numerous awards and screened at many film festivals
Pajama Life Productions
P.O. Box 18123
Encino, CA 91416
Patrick Swayze: Cartoon Sound Wizard
Directed by Jordan Brady
Patrick Swayze, sound professional, teaches sound effect amateurs how to
properly create sounds. They are shocked at his methods.
1641 N. Ivar Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Directed by Lori Silverbush
When Caitlin’s mother insists she attend a father-daughter dance with the man
next door (Pruitt Taylor Vince), Caitlin (Michelle Horn) makes an unexpected
friend and discovers the truth abut first impressions. Produced in association
with the American Film Institute’s directing workshop for women.
Lori Silverbush received her masters degree from New York University’s Tisch
School of the Arts. She currently works as a screenwriter and freelance magazine
contributor in New York City.
The Red Scorpion
Directed by Tom Hodgson
New York Premiere
The Red Scorpion arrives to save earth from the evil Diabolique. He
travels to Africa on a 1903 schooner, falls in love with the powerful
Portuguese beauty Segana and discovers the carbonized remains of his ally
3L3. His nitrogen tanks, however, are running dangerously low.
Industrial Mice and Rabbits
6031 35th Place, NW
Seattle, WA 98107
Shy Guy (Le Timide)
Directed by Fabien Michel
A timid man accidentally becomes an eye-witness to a bank robbery.
coma in order to evade police and media-attention, he only
draws more attention
studied acting, directing
and dramatic writing all over the world.
Fabien studied theater at the Marseilles Conservatory of Drama. He later became
assistant to director Terence Young and has worked with Arthur Penn, James V.
Hart, John Sloss, Bill Duke, Patrick Braoude and Randall Kleiser.
4701 Natick Ave., #312
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403