Welcome to The Collective… V.5!
The one of a kind short film collection featuring
10 short films all based on the same theme is back
and this time the dead have taken over.
Out to prove that the zombie genre isnâ€™t over, itâ€™s just overdone,
The Collective V.5 features 10 short films with a
new and interesting take on the undead.
The films range from intimate to insane with each filmmaker
putting their own unique twist on the idea.
The films featured on The Collective V.5
provide something Hollywood hasnâ€™t had in a long time, heart.
These filmmakers stand as proof
that it doesnâ€™t take a huge budget to make a great film,
it only requires a huge imagination.
Welcome to The Collective V.5
The Collective V.5 will make its debut at
Days of the Dead Chicago on November 17th 2012.
The Collective will have a vendor table set up at the show
and some of the filmmakers involved will be in attendance
to meet fans and discuss their films.
The World Premiere screening will be
November 17h at 9:30 pm.
There will be a Q&A with the filmmakers involved following the screening.
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The Collective and Days of the Dead are working together to shine a light on
the best up and coming independent horror filmmakers in the scene.
Often overlooked by other conventions,
independent and no budget filmmakers are creating the most
interesting and unique films today.
Days of the Dead recognizes this talent and has gone out of its way to prove it.
By providing screenings and discount vendor tables for artists and filmmakers,
they have introduced fans to a whole new crop of talented individuals.
We are proud of this relationship and hope to continue working with Days of
the Dead in the future.
Beginning November 16th 2012 The Collective V.5 will be
available through the websites of the filmmakers involved as
well as many online retailers.
Contact Jason Hoover at email@example.com for a full list of online retailers.
â€œThe Collective is what independent genre filmmaking should be. Itâ€™s original,
fresh, sometimes scary and always keeps your attention.â€
The Lair of Filth
â€œFans of indie horror or those who simply want to do what you can to support
indie filmmakers will definitely want to get ahold of this stellar example of
The Independent Critic
â€œIf you have not seen The Collective yet, you are truly missing out on some
indie genius gold.â€
â€œThese 10 films have something that very few studio films possess…….heart.â€
â€œThis is filmmaking the way it was always meant to be.
For the love of the art.â€
â€œThe Collective is an excellent release that
I wholeheartedly recommend to fans of quality independent cinema.â€
The Lair of Filth
â€œThe Collective is an all-around terrific shorts collection
and the various shorts featured contain elements that are
humorous, disturbing, surreal, and creepy.â€
â€œIf you canâ€™t find something to love about this set of short films
then you might as well quit watching movies.â€
Beyond the Realms
The Filmmakers featured in The Collective V.5 are
The Dead Things Outside Your Door pt. 1 & 2
Melding together Ec comics, reanimated corpses, black comedy and extreme weather,
The Dead Things Outside Your Door tells the
story of One guy who wants to be left the hell alone, two hillbillies,
a drug pusher and an ex girlfriend who all
find themselves butting heads after the worst extreme weather outbreak in midwest history.
As bad as things are they’re about to get worse when the recently dead start to come back.
Graphik13 Films is an Iowa based Independent Film company specializing in
low budget horror, suspense and fun filled graphic violence.
Dead Moines (2008)- writer, editor, director
Whistling Past the Graveyard (2011)- writer, editor, director
Snapcase (2011)- writer, editor, director
House of the Unspeakable (2011) (Faux trailer for Post Mortem America 2021)- writer, editor,
The Pumpkin Smashers On Lovecraft Lane (2012)- writer, editor, director
The Dead Things Outside your Door (2012)- writer, editor, director
Marauders (2012)- Actor
Liberty or Death Productions
Spooky Stuff – The Zombie File
James Mannan and Robbin Panet,
hosts of the web series â€œSpooky Stuffâ€ spend a day (and a night)
in search of zombies in Indiana.
Jim is the Founder and Executive Producer for Liberty or Death Productions. He directed the LOD
feature To Haunt You and the LOD short films Wannabe and The Burial. He also co-directed the
shorts Hallows’ Dance and Zracne Vile with Robbin Panet, and was also editor and producer for the
short Fertility 2.0.
Film credits away from LOD include creating makeup and effects for the Cinephreak Pictures feature
Shade of Grey and short Foxxy Madonna vs The Black Death (both 2006), Karmic Courage
Productions’ Loss (also 2006), and Finn Productions’ Obsidian Nights. He worked on compositing and
sound editing and was associate producer for Pink and Blue Films’ W the Movie (Best Experimental
Film, 2009 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.)
Acting credits for film include W the Movie, LOD’s Zracne Vile and Asylum Productions’ Creeporia
and Elizabeth. Most recently he has appeared in Alfred Eaker’s Requiem for the Relentless Fathers, a
co-production between Liberty or Death Productions and Eaker Productions as the biblical prophet
Robbin was Co-Producer and Assistant Director on the LOD projects To Haunt You (in which she also
played the role of Colleen) and Wannabe, and was the DOP on the short The Burial. Recent credits
include playing The Witch in Stations, a co-production between LOD and director Alfred Eaker,
starring in and co-directing the surrealist shorts “9”, and First Friday, and serving as DOP on the erotic
ghost story The Longing. She is also the co-producer and co-star of LOD’s web series Spooky Stuff.
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