When a troubled woman is questioned by a seemingly detached interrogator they both discover a profound connection that is beyond their wildest dreams.

  • Stephen David Brooks
  • Stephen David Brooks
  • Stephen David Brooks
  • Billy 'Sly' Williams
    Key Cast
    Busted, 4 Play, Heads N TailZ
  • Lucy Jenner
    Key Cast
    Derailed, Velocity Rules, Heads N TailZ
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  • Runtime:
    8 minutes 47 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 13, 2013
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Dances With Films
    Los Angeles, CA
    June 2, 2014
    World Premiere
  • LA Lift Off Film Festival
    Venice California
    September 5, 2014
  • Monaco International Film Festival
    Monte Carlo, Monaco
    December 4, 2014
    European Premiere
    Best screenplay, Best Actress
Director Biography - Stephen David Brooks

The world premiere of Stephen’s directorial debut HEADS N TAILZ was in Los Angeles at the 2005 Dances With Films festival, where the film won the Fusion Audience Award. Moving to Europe, HEADS N TAILZ screened at the Festival Du Cinéma De Bruxelles and the Swansea Film Festival in Swansea, Wales. HEADS N TAILZ recently received a Special Jury Prize from The Festival Du Film De Strasbourg.
HEADS N TAILZ recently screened in a competition at the European Independent Film Festival in Paris, France and screened at the D.C. Independent Film Festival in Washington D.C.
Stephen original fantasy screenplay THE DIRECTOR landed him on the Universal Studios approved writer’s list. Stephen has just been attached to direct the big budget thriller THE SECOND SIGHT OF FATHER COOPER.
Currently Stephen is in post-production on his second feature, FLYTRAP.
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Director Statement

The reasons for making a film are myriad, complex, and ultimately, mysterious. BINKY was borne out of a conversation with an ill friend. Our discussion of what, if anything, comes next was the subject of much conjecture and debate.
In reality, we couldn’t answer the basic questions of existence. We could only speculate. It is out of this conversation that BINKY was created. It is merely an attempt to explain what comes next. Or, perhaps, it is more about how we choose to live out this life, how we choose to treat the people who touch our lives that is the answer.
Perhaps we have been asking the wrong question all along.