Screen Directing


Clear Blue Tuesday feature-length movie musical devised by Elizabeth Lucas and Cast

In the course of seven incredible Tuesdays over seven tumultuous years, eleven New Yorkers are transformed by love, desire, art, ambition, fury, grief, faith, fear, hope and, ultimately, connection with each other in the rousing indie rock musical drama, CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY. Up-and-coming director Elizabeth Lucas and a cast of actor-singer-songwriters drawn from the worlds of the rock scene, comedy clubs and Broadway stage have created a wholly unique musical motion picture experience about the persistence of love and the resilient heart of a city in the face of catastrophe. Bursting with pop melodies, sly humor and stirring emotions, CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY is a fresh, impassioned testament to everyday transcendence.

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Red Hook feature-length horror movie by Sammy Buck

Agoraphobic freshman in New York City must join a scavenger hunt to save her boyfriend from a murderous gamemaster

Featuring Kelli BarrettAlex BrightmanChristina BrucatoTate EllingtonBryan FenkartTerrence MannKarla MosleyDebargo SanyalHollis ScarboroughFrankie ShawBrian SmithKarissa StaplesShonn Wiley

Fade to White feature-length Science Fiction movie

Unforeseen consequences of lost love echo tragically across generations…

First Sign of White: The year is 2019. Memories of love lost, and future destinies, are frozen in time.

featuring Jesse Swenson, Margie Stokely and written by Alex Goldberg

White Knuckle: The year is 2070. Echoes of past generations chill the forces of the future.

featuring Ryan Bronz, Rick Busser and written by Sammy Buck

Heaven is White: The year is 2130. From the safety of an underground shelter, siblings are propelled into a snow-dusted apocalypse.

featuring Santino Fontana, Liz Holtan, Tom Gualtieri, and written by Erin Hill


Isabella Rico Award-Winning Short Film 2001

’Til Birth Do Us Part Raw Impressions 16-day movie musical challenge, by Rob Kutner, Sheryl Zohn & Scott Ethier

EXIT comedy short written by Laura Henry featuring Alison Cimmet and Graham Rowat, score by Skip Kennon, casting by Michael Cassara, produced by Brad Rubenstein

The Audition, comedy short by Bob Johnson featuring Sue Lawless

Documentary about the Musical Writers’ Playground