Time After Time (2010). My little homage to Groundhogs Day. Phil keeps asking Rita out on a date only to have tragedy befall her every time. Luckily, he has a mysterious computer program that lets him turn back time. This film placed top ten at the International Asian American Film Festival in New York City and was an official selection at the Chicago Filipino American Film Festival. See production photos here.
Inside Man (2012) is about a guy who thinks he can get the girl if only he was a different race and “size.” Filmed as part of a 72 hour Film Shootout, we had to write, shoot, edit and score the film in just three days. Warning: Nude director’s cameo at the end. See production photos here.
The Fox Trap (2011). A very, very, very rough cut of a film still in production (For like 5 years). A tourist family is kidnapped by New York City gangsters in a case of mistaken identity. The project was my most ambitious and included martial artists, stunt men, special forces veterans, body doubles and more! If anyone would like to take a shot at editing this film, let me know. See production photos here.
Charlie’s Angel (2008). Our very first ever attempt at making a movie, using an old camcorder, a cheap mic from Radio Shack and a broomstick for a boom pole. Like the Time After Time and Inside Man, this movie was written, filmed and edited as part of a competition in just 72 hours.
A Special Message (2008). An improvised holiday greeting from me and my staff at Fresh Concentrate.