SCRIPT MOVIE: Stumptown Records, by Phillip Rios

Fresh out of high school, a Portland youth promises his dying mother that he will remain a virgin until he finds a pure Christian girl to marry, but he’s a musician working in Oregon’s largest, hippest record store with a ragtag group of musician friends that aren’t making it very easy for him to keep his vows.


Narration: Gary Wheeler
DON FARMER: Geoff Mays
AMY: Allison Kampf

Visual Design & Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

SCRIPT MOVIE: The King Jean Jewel & Friend Jim, by Ondrej Pobis

French The king Jean Jewel and him Canadian friend Jim, they live in Quebec. In a Canadian hotel: Château Frontenac. Every day they solve their problems. Some problems of them come up to a comedic situation. Or to other situations.


Narration: Allison
King Jean Jewel: Manny Pacheco
Jim: Geoff

Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

Screenplay Movie: Lana’s World, by Lizanne Southgate

Editor & Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel

Produced by Matthew Toffolo

Narrator: Manny Pacheco
LANA: Lindy Thurrell
MALE 1 – Steve Rizzo
MALE 2 – Matt Barnes

Synopsis for excerpt – Lana’s World

14 year old LANA has survived the quakes that destroyed the region, the apparent loss of both her parents and finally, the loss of her sister. Now only her manically active imagination keeps her sane as she and her grumpy dog scavenge food, hide from human predators and dodge the monsters that appeared after the quakes.

Through it all, Lana refuses to give up, so when she and Rocky are in the park preparing to hide for the night, Lana is still creating ridiculous advertisements in her mind.

Even when two predatory men stalking her find her hideout later, Lana is not going down without a fight.

And when she looks over at the next tree and sees another person hiding (JAKE) Lana dares to hope for a friend or an ally.

Then one of the mysterious monsters appears below and destroys both stalkers, an event which terrifies Lana but allows her to survive.

But when she looks over again, Jake is gone.

Lana is alone. Again. Still.

And she just can’t take anymore.