SQUEEZE TEASER from Jamie Kirkpatrick on Vimeo.
A drunken felon pulls a newly acquired handgun on a friend, sparking a series of potentially life-altering events within his own family.
Jamie Kirkpatrick transitioned into Directing by way of a successful career as an Editor. During his time in both in Los Angeles and New York, he built up a diverse filmography, including “South Park – Bigger, Longer and Uncut”, “Dark Water”, “The Door in the Floor” and “Lost in Translation”.
His feature editing credits include “Dave Chappelle’s Block Party”, Ed Burns’ “The Groomsmen”, “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete” and “The Longest Week” with Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde.
He has also worked extensively in network television and commercials. His directorial debut (short film) “The Regular” won both critical and audience acclaim at numerous film festivals around the country is now being distributed online by IndiePix Films.
Former president of McCann-Erickson Advertising, North America, Don recently wrote and produced the award winning short film,“Confessions”, a searing look at the fate of a pedophile Catholic priest. As Vietnam Veteran, Don has long felt frustrated about the lack of safer gun laws, and considers this film a way draw attention to this scourge in America and inspire others to demand action.
Meghan is a Director and Producer. She produces feature films, short films, documentaries, commercials, web series and other content. Meghan produced the feature length documentary “Blackout:On Swan Pond”, which won Best Film at Knoxville Film and Music Festival in 2014.
She is currently in post-production for the sequel “Blackout 2: In the Tennessee Valley”, about how we are going to keep the lights on without ruining the planet. She is a co-Producer on the feature “Ghost Club”, recently released; and producer and co-director on the feature film “Blood Junkies”.
Meghan’s other Director credits include the Nickelodeon web series “Exit Strategy”; experimental film “Tag, You’re It”, numerous web series and short films and a teaser campaign for tv show “City Rock”, as well as a sitcom pilot.
Experienced tech agency executive, Adam Carey has worked at some of the most creative and technologically driven ad agencies in New York and San Francisco. He started his career in strategic planning in New York’s Silicon Alley, working on Brands such as Hasbro, Kenner and Playskool as the internet age started. More recently he opened the New York office of Imano, a mobility-focused ad agency, where he served as Client Services Director and Mobile Strategy Director.
He has recently open his own agency, SuperDragon, in Brooklyn.