Short film / 11 mins
Writer, producer, director
2016 by Crypt TV
Picking up shortly after the events of "180," this short film deals with more action and thrills then psychological behavior.
"180: Chapter 2" centers around our protagonist coming back to the scene of the crime, posing as a "twin sister," so she can grab some hidden cash before leaving the country on the lam. But what she's not prepared for is a nosy neighbor and her two sons ruining her plans.
I had a slightly larger crew then on "180": I had a five-person crew. The challenges on "180: Chapter 2" was getting the sheer amount of shots needed to cover all the action in 2 18-hour days. We used a gimble, DJI Inspire, multiple 4k cameras, a jib arm, etc. We shot day for night in the streets, and spent months color grading the look to give the appearance of night.
I also did the film edit, soundmix, color grading, VFX, and supervised the final soundmix at Clatter&Din in Seattle.