Films selected for more than a dozen festivals worldwide. AWARDS: Best Drama Short at the Atlantic City Cinefest and Awareness Film Festival. NOMINATIONS: Best Actor Short (Phil Miler) at the Atlantic City Cinefest and finalist at the USC's SCBFF.
A mysterious private eye is hired by an arrogant advertising executive to investigate whether his partner is stealing from their ad agency, triggering fiendish consequences, in this neo-noir film with a dash of creepy magical realism. Filmed in Los Angeles, the story is loosely inspired by the critically acclaimed Brazilian novel "The Devil To Pay In The Backlands". Like in noir novels, STUFFED depicts a world full of cynical attitudes, with dialogues that sometimes sound outlandish. The title of the film is used in the whimsical sense of "turned into stuff". Awarded as Best Drama Short at the Atlantic City Cinefest.
A female regional sales manager disputes a promotion with her coworker. The competition intensifies when they get stuck with a stranger in a conference room, causing an unexpected outcome. Merit Award at Awareness Film Festival (Los Angeles).
Gabby Egito talks about her journey to become a filmmaker (Aired on Dec. 17, 2011) Planeta Brasil is a half-hour news magazine produced by F.J. Productions and airs weekly on TV Globo International, a satellite channel that reaches over 1.2 million viewers across the world and is present in 42 countries. In the United States, it is distributed by Dish Network, Comcast and Time Warner.
Why the short film "Stuffed" is called so? Why the director began to sign as Gabby when she moved to U.S.? Find out the answers in this fun interview. (Aired on Jan. 7, 8 and 10, 2012 - Bruna Bezerra is the correspondent. Gisela Garcia, producer.) | Ponto Cult is a half-hour local news magazine in the state of Espirito Santo (Brazil), broadcasted weekly on SBT channel, that reaches 3.5 million viewers.