Which movies to watch on vimeo today? Here are 3 Drama movies to watch!
Synopsis: The sole survivor of a shipwreck washes ashore on an island at the extreme north of the British Isles. The survivor, Victor, is restored to health by the local inhabitants but guards the secrets of his haunted past and of an evil which has found its way to this remote world, hell-bent on vengeance. So starts the dramatic and violent chain of events in which the tale of Victor’s sinister experiments gradually emerges.
Meet Christopher Kulikowski
Producer / Writer / Director / Post Production Supervisor
Christopher started his production and post-production career soon after his graduation from Syracuse University in 1987. He secured his first job in the motion picture business with legendary visual effects pioneer and director, Douglas Trumbull. Within a few years he ascended to the head of post, working on a number of dynamic 70mm, 60 frame per second Showscan films.
Over the years Christopher has contracted his varied abilities with many production companies and producers. He has worked as a director, producer, writer, cinematographer, editor and post-production supervisor. His vast experience has not only strengthened his abilities in the area of production and post-production but has given him a real edge in the creative and technical side of filmmaking.
In 1996, Christopher worked as senior associate producer and post supervisor on the ABC live action and animated presentation of Chuck Jones’ “Peter and the Wolf”, which was awarded the Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Special. Shortly thereafter, Christopher went on to direct his self-financed sci-fi drama, “Aurora”. The indie feature generated several awards at numerous festivals throughout the United States and Europe and was instrumental in securing a writer / director position on the sci-fi actioner “Retrograde,” distributed domestically by Warner Bros. and several foreign companies.
In 2005, Christopher became the head of post-production for SBE’s Element Films, working on a number of varied productions including the Kevin Costner thriller “Mr. Brooks.” In 2007, nearly at its operational start, Christopher served as the head of post for Relativity Media. There he oversaw all aspects of post supervision, finishing, delivery and exhibition on over sixty theatrical, digital and home video productions. Notable blockbusters include the Oscar winning “The Fighter”, “Dear John”, “Immortals”, “Safe Haven” and “Limitless.”
Currently, Christopher is actively pursuing his personal passions as a writer, director and filmmaker. Under his own shingle Rara Avis Films, he is adapting for the screen Alistair Faulkner’s atmospheric gothic stage play, “Victor”, based on “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley.
Synopsis: Odd shining stars at the sky. Something is calling out to Lena. Her life is changing abruptly after a terrible event. Lost in emotions, her passion is leading her on a destructive way. As everything around Lena started to collapse, she is still figuring out where she stands.
Meet Richard Marx
I was born in 1986 in Rostock. I graduated from high school in 2005.
My first film i was shooting in the age of 12.
After school I decided to do an apprenticeship as mediadesigner for
image and sound at the film/tv production company Hanse TV GmbH.
There Iworked as a cameraassistant for three years for NDR, RBB, BR, etc.
After education in 2008 I worked as freelance EB-Kameramann/-assistent
in Leipzig, Halle and Berlin (including for MDR, RBB, Cine Plus TV).
Since September 2009 I has been studying cinematography at the German
Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB). Besides of my studies i realize
external projects, such as documentaries, music videos and short films.
In 2012 i shot a feature documentary about GULAG in Russia and in 2013
I worked as Cinematographer for my first feature film “TALISMAN” in Kirgistan.
Page Link: Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/runshortmovie
Synopsis: Alek, a revolutionist, and a runner is charged with running and escaping the threats that are facing Blacks in America.
LaTrice Amanda Strong is an artist from Washington DC, formally known as Chocolate City. She has a diverse professional and academic background with an MFA in Creative Writing, specializing in
Writing for Television and Film, having an MA in Public Relations, and having an M.Ed in Educational Leadership. A change agent in her community, LaTrice uses her combined expertise by facilitating educational workshops to awaken the mind, body, and soul of adolescent youth by incorporating the Performing Arts under Honor U Performance Arts Academy, Inc. A non-profit that she founded.
When LaTrice Amanda is not working with youth, she writes and produces, bringing content to life under her production company, A LaTrice Production. LaTrice’s ultimate goal is to create characters that trigger one to find humor in unusual circumstances or characters that will emotionally pull on audiences’ hearts.