UP COMING PROJECTS
One Paul 41
1:30 min | Feature Film | Supernatural
Director: Ernest Serrano
Deputy Brian Johnson has been a Forest County Deputy Sheriff for fifteen years. In 2020, as a black male, it’s hard to believe he still has to deal with racism and hatred on the force. Deputy Johnson is dispatched to the Manning Farm House for a 911 hang-up. The only problem is the house has been abandoned for over sixty-nine years.
Deputy Johnson arrives on scene to screams coming from inside the house. He rushes into an unknown terror that transports him 69 years in the past.
Now he must not only save a small girl from an unknown entity in the house, but also deal with a racist sheriff and his deputies. How does he survive the spirits of the house, save the little girl and get himself back to 2020?
A CHRISTMAS MIX
1:30 min | Feature Film | Comedy / Drama
Director: Ernest Serrano
Life is beautiful for Marco and Mia Santiago. After a love at first sight meeting in a nightclub in San Diego and a marriage four weeks later, the two decided to celebrate their three year anniversary by finally bringing Marco’s Puerto Rican parents, Tina and Julian, to meet Mia’ s (now divorced) Mexican-American mother, Ana Marie and her African-American, Southern born, arrogant, but handsome father. Morgan. Merely weeks from delivering their first child, Marco and Mia both cloak their anxiety over the upcoming event with pretend excitement and comforting pats on the back. And finally, the day arrives when the orbits of two families must intersect. Tina arrives with her husband, Julian, who is gravely ill, but has chosen not to tell Marco or Mia. They both want to be present for the birth of their first grand-baby. Ana Marie arrives moments later to find out Tina has already staked her place in the house. This does not sit well with her. Soon after, Morgan arrives with his new Asian-American wife, Alana, and adult stepson, Brandon. Marco and Mia know that in order to survive this multiple collision of differences, they will need to work together. Both sides want to prepare traditional meals according to their specific customs and beliefs, neither side wants to budge and both mothers are ready for battle. This humanity focused comedy leaves audiences breathless with laughs and tense with expectations as they experience this moment of togetherness with two families whose ethnic backgrounds are so different, but soon find out, they are also so much alike.