Amber Lynn Weatherbee knows that the right man is out there. Maybe he's on The Bachelor?
Written and directed by Lauren McCune and Dylan Pasture.
Official selection of 2018 Montclair Film Festival, Champs-Élysées Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Nitehawk Shorts Festival, Slamdance Film Festival 2019, Regard Film Festival, St Kilda Film Festival, Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, and Dallas International Film Festival.
Winner of France Télévisions American Short Film Prize 2018, Hammer to Nail Short Film Contest Summer 2018 Runner-Up, and Honorable Mention for Outstanding Acting at Slamdance.
A naked body moves a stranger to empathy. Inspired by The Kuleshov Effect, "Parthenon" is a dizzying provocation on art and objectification.
Recipient of the 2015 Oak Cliff Film Festival Production Grant. Official 2017 selection of Sarasota Film Festival (world premiere), Maryland Film Festival, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Marfa Film Festival, Eastern Oregon Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival, and 2018 Slamdance Film Festival.
Written and directed by Frank Mosley. Starring Lily Baldwin, Thiago Martins, and Tallie Medel. Director of photography Cody Stokes. Produced by Lauren McCune and John Yost.
Sydney Underground Film Festival 2018 Cinefest Oz 2018 Chain Film Festival NYC 2018 Women Texas Film Festival 2018 Revelation Film Festival 2018 Marin County International Festival of Short Film & Video 2018 Shorts Night Film Festival 2018 PictureFarm Film Festival 2018 Cannes Short Film Corner 2018
Killing the Dog
A human story about inhuman people.
Killing the Dog is the story of Matt, a werewolf desperate to find a cure for his condition. He enlists the help of his friend Holly, a streetwise Bohemian witch, who leads him into the underbelly of a magical New York City.
Killing the Dog premiered in 2013 at the Take Two International Film Festival, where it won the Manny Award for Outstanding Feature. Official Selection of the NewFilmmakers Independent Film Festival and 2013 New York City Independent Film Festival. Runner Up for Best Action Sequence at Action on Film Festival.
Written and directed by Conor Stratton. Starring David Gelles, Lauren McCune, Josh Evans, Jessy Holtermann, and Paul Szent-Miklosy. Produced by Lauren McCune.