Another short film from the imaginative director, Viatcheslav Kopturevskiy, is a dreamscape of aesthetic beauty about the passions and sorrows of a mid 20’s, post Soviet prostitute, Lora. A woman with just as many misfortunes as fortunes, Lora opposes the domination of her employer and past sexual partners, marking the epoch of her new life. The film was shot primarily in an abandoned hotel in the financial district of Manhattan, adding immensely to the dreamlike and surreal qualities of the film.
A short film by Teresa Lu
Aaron and Jeannette Wallers became the sweethearts of reality TV when they met on a popular matchmaking show, "Horoscopes". Twenty years later, New York City is bombarded by a catastrophic thunderstorm, and the couple is filing for divorce. Amidst Aaron's melancholic cocaine addiction and Jeannette's undying thirst for the limelight, their 16-year-old son, Dylan, runs away from home to seek solace in his secret lover.
A short film written and directed by Viatcheslav Kopturvskiy.
A mistress of death appears at the abandoned greenhouse. She has a mission to collect inner organs from who ever needs that. Organs must me taken out, placed at the plastic bag - so it becomes easier to live. Main character becomes plastic - so he feels less pain, and it becomes easier to live as a human.
(Photos: Renée Heitman, Natalie Poette and Mor Shamay
A short film by Kerry Vaughn Miller.
An eccentric young man's desperate search for love ignites his own whimsical fantasy world homage to French culture.
Art-house short film by Viatcheslav Kopturevskiy about two lonely people who meet each other online. An aspiring singer and a bus driver from Coney Island open their hearts to love.
Set Decorator: Orly Anan
Art PA: Terra Joy McNerthney
For more information: www.coneyislandqueen.org
Recreating the opening scene from The Godfather (1972) as part of a production design exercise.
Feature film, License Plates (Currently in Post-Production) by Marc Lucas.
Production Design by Debbie DeVilla
Set Decoration by Mor Shamay