Brooklyn-based filmmaker Sean Melia dropped us a line to let us know that with several well received short films to his credit (more on those in a bit), he’s gearing up to shoot his first feature called I See a Darkness. And he even included a clip for us to share with our readers.
I See a Darkness tells the tale of a suburban family man who is forced to confront a terrible crime from his past when an old friend calls him out of the blue and asks for help moving a body.
In addition Sean provided links to two of his aforementioned short films: You Don’t Know Me (2008), which won the Audience Choice award at the 2009 NYC Downtown Short Film Festival and placed second in the 7th Annual Indieproducer.net Short Film Contest, and The Administrator (2010).
Check is all out below, and keep it here for more on Sean and I See a Darkness as the production progresses.
You Don’t Know Me – A viral filmmaker tricks his friend into thinking he’s a serial killer so he can secretly record his reaction and post it to YouTube. What he doesn’t know that his buddy is the real thing.
The Administrator – A shady businessman is lured to a warehouse where he meets a friendly and extremely efficient contract killer.
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