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The Lifeguard

The Lifeguard
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Title: The Lifeguard (feature, 2012)
Writer/Director: Liz W Garcia
Stars: Kristen Bell, Mamie Gummer, Martin Starr
Genre: Drama


A former valedictorian quits her reporter job in New York and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home in Connecticut. She gets work as a lifeguard and starts a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager.

Foreshadow

Foreshadow
Title: Foreshadow (feature, 2013)
Writer: Krisztian Lippert
Director: Carmelo Musca
Stars: Justin Burford, Myles Pollard, Andrea Addison
Genre: Supernatural Thriller
Jesse Milton is living the high life – money, surf and a never-ending supply of hot babes – until he discovers his latest blonde bombshell dead. When the coroner rules out foul play and the police refuse to investigate, Jesse decides to go after the killer himself.











Missing Pieces

Missing Pieces
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Title: Missing Pieces (2012)
Writer/Director: Kenton Bartlett
Genre: Drama/Suspense
Budget: $1 million
Starring: Mark Boone Jr, Melora Walters

Missing Pieces is an emotional enigma about love and loneliness… and a bizarre kidnapping.
Gripped by a self help tape and inspired by her artwork, David concocts a strange and deluded plan to win back the affection of his estranged girlfriend, Delia. His unsuspecting victims Maggie and Daylen, wake up every day in a new and remote location with different tasks to complete - from blowing up a car in the desert, to climbing a snowy mountain. As they complete each assignment and ultimately try to escape, the two former strangers form a unique bond. Through interwoven, poignant vignettes, this multi-plot tale unfolds and untangles into a truly unique and heartfelt love story about finding hope when all is lost.





In Development

Tango Underpants

Tango Underpants
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Title: Tango Underpants (short, 2013)
Writer: John Collee
Director: Miranda & Khrob Edmonds
Stars: Emma Booth

Tango Underpants tells the story of Carolyn - a young Australian backpacker who, after a bad breakup and too long on the road, has completely lost her mojo. However, all of that changes when she reaches South America. Here she discovers not only the wonders of the Tango dance and the people, but also the vital importance of the right underwear.

Gifted

Gifted
Title: Gifted (feature, 2014)
Writer/Director: Kenton Bartlett
Genre: Drama
A dramatic thriller in the vein of Edward Scissorhands, Punch-Drunk Love, and The Lookout. Oliver Fisher, an autistic introvert, has a gift for art but needs help from an eccentric benefactor to reach his potential. His life spins out of control as he becomes the unsuspecting lynchpin of an elaborate hoax.



Grapevine

Grapevine
Title: Grapevine (feature, 2014)
Writer: Ben Mortley
Genre: Comedy
To save his family's livelihood, a gifted young Aerobics instructor must overcome his father's ridicule, a real estate magnate's devious tactics, and reams of brightly coloured lyrca to win the State Aerobics Championships.






Freefall

Freefall
Title: Freefall
Writer/Director: Kenton Bartlett
Genre: Psychological thriller

A suspenseful psychological thriller in the vein of Black Swan, Shutter Island and Moon.

Dr. Molly Caine is a world-class neurologist who becomes obsessed with perfecting a memory-implanting technology to free herself from a haunted past. Her life takes a nightmarish turn when she experiments on herself.







Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up
Title: Sunny Side Up
Writer/Director: Kenton Bartlett
Genre: Drama/Comedy
Length: 120 min
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Martin Spector is a happily married and successful businessman. Today he tried to kill himself.
Hardworking to the point of obsession, Martin has always carried a passionate drive for success. It has cost him relationships in the past, but for now he has a wonderful wife Christine, who understands his dedication. Martin has found success as a mid-level executive, in a job he's good at but doesn't love. When his mother dies he re-evaluates his life. He decides to quit his job and follow his dream – to pursue his love of cooking and open a restaurant, on that same day that Christine announces that they are having a baby. 

As obstacles mount and his restaurant fails, Martin's mental struggles become all-consuming; he becomes increasingly erratic and detached from the family. Unable to handle it anymore, Christine leaves him taking five-year-old Ariel with her. Losing all hope for the future, Martin resolves to end his life.  

Equal parts heartbreaking and heart warming, Sunny Side Up is a touching dramedy spiked with unexpected humour and the unmistakable recognition of real lives revealed.