Brilliant short from director Andre Maat about a tireless guard (Bert Hana) with a tick who’s minding the brain of… well, you’ll see.
Maat works with production companies in the Netherlands and Germany. You may find more about this talented director at: www.andremaat.com.
Shout out to Maat’s team for gorgeous work: Lieke Geukers (producer), Rutger Storm (DP), Benjamin Putland (editor), gOOf Vermeulen (production designer), Nick Smith (sound and music), Darlings Post-Production (post), and George Balatoni (colorist)
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I freaking love this short. Cool story with a great twist. Great acting, directing, cinematography and overall production quality. And made by Aussie creative geniuses. This film premiered at the San Diego International Film Fest and just released online. Watch it now!
Starring Ben O’Toole (The Water Diviner, Love Child), Gus Murray (The Great Gatsby), Adam Dunn (Ca$h Cow, UNindian), Alex Ritchard (Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story), James Fraser (The Water Diviner, December Boys) and Bella McDiarmid. Directed by Andrew Seaton. Written by Alex Ritchard & Andrew Seaton. Produced by Matt Webb. Cinematography by Matthew Samperi. Associate Producer Nick Mutton.
Unpaid is a short my screenwriting student film Tyler Smith and his filmmaking team wrote, shot and edited in 2 days for the 2014 Jacksonville 48 Hour Film Project. It’s a sweet romantic comedy with a twist ending.