Big Significant Things (Feature Film Trailer)

This is the trailer for Bryan Reisberg's directorial debut feature film, BIG SIGNIFICANT THINGS, which stars Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones, Iron Lady).  The film premiered at SXSW '14.
Logline:  A week before they move across the country together, Craig lies to his girlfriend in order to go on his first road trip -- to the south.  Alone.
Hollywood Reporter Review
IndieWIRE Covers Audience Award
MetroUS Names Harry Lloyd Top 5 Stand Out Performance of SXSW
Film Website


Twin brothers Mike and Alex Faherty are avid surfers and co-founders of the beach lifestyle-inspired Faherty clothing line.  In the 2:00 branded content film, "Inspired," Mike describes what it was like to surf for the first time as Nordeen visualizes what inspires the brothers and their clothing line.  Viewers are treated to lush, gentle imagery shot entirely with natural light.  The beach and surf scenes were inspired by vintage 60s surf photographs to convey a laidback, yet elegant sense of the cyclical fluidity of both surfing and life on earth.

It's Not Porn...

Various actors book their first major role in L.A.
--CREDITS--Produced & Directed by: Alberto BelliWritten by: Zach Lewis & Jim MahoneyCinematography by: Justin MorrisonProduction sound: Jorge Ramirez-MartinezOriginal Music by: Kenny WoodSpecial Thanks: Bryan Brucks Emily Jermusyk
--CAST (in order of appearance) --Stephanie JacksonJessa ZarubicaAlison HaislipPeter PorteShauna BloomAmy AitkenJim MahoneyRob SalernoMary Jo AndersonLinn BjornlandZach LewisKyle DeveroMark NealHugo Martin (Voice Over)


After a young teenage girl is caught coming home past curfew, she soon realizes her parents are one step ahead of all her excuses. 

Kool Head: Leon

Official music video for new USA band Kool Head for their new single "LEON".   Premiered on Vice's Noisey channel on February 5, 2014.  Shot on Lomo Anamorphic lenses on the Arri Alexa 4:3 in New York City. 
The video was entirely self-funded via Kickstarter by Director/Producer Diego Contreras. 
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Four Eyes

A 10-year-old boy is thrust into the tumultuous world of puberty when he gets a new pair of eyeglasses. (Short clip of the 12 minute film)