Beat the Heat

Beat the Heat

A startup tech company hires a musician to record a jingle that promotes their evil plan for global warming.

This film was produced for the Providence 48 Hour Film Project in Providence, Rhode Island.

Genre: Climate Film Required Elements: Prop: Jewelry Box Quote: “Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth Character: Tony or Toni Cabella, attorney

A woman records a jingle for a tech company with evil intentions.
A woman records a jingle for a tech company with evil intentions.
An evil tech company hires a jingle artist to record a jingle for their new advertisement. Produced by Drew Furtado

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Fairhaven High School Virtual Commencement 2020

Fairhaven High School Virtual Commencement 2020

In the wake of the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic, schools across America closed their doors and ushered a remote learning module.

Fairhaven High School canceled its traditional commencement address and introduced a virtual commencement.

Client:

Fairhaven High School

A graduate of Fairhaven High School smiles during the production of a virtual ceremony.
Dr. Robert Baldwin, superintendent of Fairhaven Public Schools delivers a commencement address during a virtual graduation ceremony.

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Who’s There?

Who’s There?

A neighborhood watch group investigates a string of ding-door ditchers. This film was produced for the Providence 48 Hour Film Project in Providence, Rhode Island.

Genre: Mystery
Required Elements:
Prop: Towel
Quote: “Why didn’t you tell me?”
Character: Andrew, or Ashley Bakerson, cartoonist

A vandal hunter presents his case in front of a neighborhood watch group in Providence, Rhode Island.
A neighborhood watch group gathers to explore a string of dig door ditching in their neighborhood.

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The Whaleman

The Whaleman

Statues and monuments occupy public spaces across America. As people go about their busy days, are monuments becoming forgotten?

This film tests that theory by observing the public in one hour in Downtown New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Client:

Boston University Rhetoric Department: Filmmaking Workshop

Residents of New Bedford, Massachusetts walk downtown and pass by the Whaleman Statue.
The Whaleman, a statue located in downtown New Bedford, resides in from of the New Bedford Public Library.