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ALL I THINK OF IS YOU


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ALL I THINK OF IS YOU


Poster design by Enrique Wiedemann.

Written and directed by Shad Clark  

Produced by Kristin Schwarz 

Starring
L. Jeffrey Moore, Simone Olsen-Varela, Rowan Brooks, Rolf Saxon, and Jeremy Kaller

A woman is approached by a stranger possessing the memories and emotions of her dead husband, a scientist whose mind has been uploaded into an artificial brain.

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SIDE EFFECTS MAY INCLUDE


SIDE EFFECTS MAY INCLUDE


SHORT FILM

SIDE EFFECTS MAY INCLUDE

A.K.A. "That Film Where the Guy Brushes His Teeth With a Razor"

OFFICIAL SELECTION
San Francisco Independent Film Festival  /  Brooklyn International Film Festival  /  Nashville Film Festival  /  HollyShorts  /  Calgary Underground Film Festival  /  Phoenix Film Festival  /  Sydney Underground Film Festival  /  Dam Short Film Festival  /  Olympia Film Festival

Written and directed by Shad Clark  |  Produced by Kristin Schwarz

Starring Corbett Trubey, Simone Olsen-Varela, Ultraviolet Dwyer Schneider, and Allan Dorr

What are they feeding you? In this socially explosive experimental short, an antidepressant commercial's endless and unsettling list of side effects continue into the next commercial and the next, piling up one unpleasant reality after another.

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ANONYMITY


ANONYMITY


SHORT FILM

ANONYMITY

FEATURED ON IFC

OFFICIAL SELECTION 
Fangoria Weekend of Horrors  /  Dead Channels  /  Rhode Island Horror Film Festival  /  Dam Short Film Festival  /  I Misteri di Napoli  /  Calgary Underground Film Festival  /  Alameda International Film Festival

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Written and directed by Shad Clark

Produced by Kristin Schwarz

Starring
Mary Ann Connor, Corbett Trubey and Allan Dorr

Trapped in an abandoned animal research facility, a woman tries to free herself and her lover from a masked killer—only to discover all too late why the villain is inescapable.

A feature version of the 2005 short film was developed for Sony Screen Gems and Cider Mill Productions. Sadly, after nearly a year of active development, the feature version of ANONYMITY was tortured and beheaded deep in one of the lowest circles of development hell.

In writing the original story, I set out to study anonymity as an enabler. This of course is manifested in the masks worn by the killers–they could be anyone. But the idea was first inspired by the circulation of the hostage beheading videos in the wake of 911 and the launch of the war on terror. Seemingly normal people, friends and co-workers, were drawn to these gruesome videos in a way they wouldn't have been if they knew the victims.