Andrew Zuber

Andrew Zuber

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    Blue Jay

    Blue Jay centers on a couple hiking Mt. Whitney in the Sierra Nevada range when a group of mountain men take an unhealthy interest in the woman played by Sara Lindsay. What makes this story even more interesting is what went on behind the scenes, as Lindsay co-wrote the film with Michael Ciulla, who directed […]

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    ANONYMOUS

    ANONYMOUS follows Alex Danyliuk (Callan McAuliffe), a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo. Along the way he meets Sye (Daniel Eric Gold), a street–wise hustler who […]

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    Make Like a Dog

    Short films don’t often get the love they so deserve and Make Like a Dog is a prime example of one such piece that is not to be missed. The first in a series of five shorts on marriage, it introduces a couple struggling with their inability to have children and then takes that conversation […]

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  • One has to wonder what prompts an unsuspecting single mother with a child to move into a house in the country with a history as creepy and unnerving as the one in The Unspoken, a new feature out this week by writer/director Sheldon Wilson (Kaw, Shadowground). Yet it’s a story we’ve seen more than once […]

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  •   It’s 8:45pm and I’m standing backstage at The Mint, one of L.A.’s better-known music venues. The green room consists of a small stage that looks like it’s meant for improv, one of those leather-fronted bars and a bathroom that’s tinier than any airplane lavatory I’ve ever seen. A goat head is mounted on the […]

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  • When one thinks of a burlesque porn studio, the images that come to mind probably include big personalities, colorful scenery, and a vibrant world. Sure there will be drama, but what profession doesn’t have its fair share of that? Writer/Director Daniel Armando pulls back the curtain on just such a place in his latest film, Daddy’s […]

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