The Cut is a narrative short about a fellow trying to cut his own hair and his on-speakerphone ex trying to guide him through it. It's about that last time you try to connect with someone.
The Pool That Time
Narrative: The Pool That Time is a micro series about three friends at a pool party. Rebecca, Isaac and Carl deal with each other through a grand mixture of aggression, passive aggression and healthy assertion. They are very silly.
Written/Directed by: Thomas R. Wood
Starring: Beth Stelling Eric Dadourian Dave Ross
With: Erin Rowbotham Lindsey Wood
The Pool That Time - "Assertion"
The Pool That Time - "About The Cake"
The Pool That Time - "Reconciled"
A Farewell Letter To San Francisco
San Francisco has changed a bit, and so have I, and now it's time to part. I wanted to try to capture a taste of some of my favorite things and most vivid memories. This is a farewell letter to my home town of the last decade.
A Farewell Letter to San Francisco
The Carver is a narrative short, meaning it was scripted and acted, but in the style of a "maker video," which is a very popular documentary style that explores craft and care and character. I've had a hand in and been inspired by many gorgeous, actual maker videos, crafted themselves by some very talented filmmakers, so this is my way of honoring those. Of course, it was also written in the only way I can, with a touch of irreverence. My thanks to all my mentors who taught me the craft.
Sirens is an exploration of light and figures under water, compiled from a week of free-diving. In short, an experiment. The ocean, a feel for film and the rhythm of muses: this is LA.
Models: Linda Wood Meagan Judkins Courtney Logue Tristan Paige Lindsey Wood
Narrative: Jesus saves is the story of a Hollywood agent who finds Jesus and the plot to his next blockbuster. Inspired by all the amazing, small-world relationships that Hollywood is about.
Written/Directed by: Thomas R. Wood Shot by: Michael Duffy and Matthew Gulley
Starring: Ant Simpson, Frankie Quinones, and Ash Lendzion. Special appearance by: James O'Halloran. Sound by: Dan Morgan