Experiencing Interruptions?

Case #311

Often times the people around us don't really see what our inner demons do.

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CASE #311
Patient/Demon .... Jennifer Nangle

Written, Directed, Edited by
Jennifer Nangle

Director of Photography, VFX, Colorist

Filmed on Canon t3i
Edited on Final Cut Pro X
Sound by Audio Blocks

  • Jennifer Nangle
  • Jennifer Nangle
    Demonic Attachment, Spirit Board
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    Demonic Attachment, Spirit Board, GUIDES WebSeries
  • Jennifer Nangle ... Patient/Demon
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Horror, Suspence, Thriler
  • Runtime:
    15 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 11, 2015
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Shooting Format:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • 15 Second Horror Challenge

    United States
    October 30, 2015
    WINNER "Emerging Female Filmmaker" - Jennifer Nangle
  • Top Shorts - 2016
    May 1, 2016
    WINNER "Audience Choice Award"
  • Blackbird Film Festival
    Courtland, NY
    United States
    April 24, 2016
    Nominated for "Best One Minute Wonder" & "Best Sound Design"
  • Miniature Film Festival
    March 30, 2016
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Jennifer Nangle

Born and raised on Boston's North Shore, Jennifer jumped onto the stage at age 10 and never left. She earned her B.F.A. in Theatre Studies from Niagara University in Lewiston, NY. Her favorite shows she performed in while there were "Julius Caesar" (Portia) and "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" (Reba). During her summers home she helped create Danvers Youth Theatre and starred in productions of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" (Lucy) and "Once Upon a Mattress" (Princess Winifred) with all proceeds going to local charities such as H.A.W.K. and Hospice.

Once she graduated college, Jennifer was active in Buffalo, NY theatre groups performing in Shakespeare in Delaware Park's "MacBeth" and the Alleyway Theatre's "Escaping the Box" as Pandora.

After realizing that chisling out her car every morning from ice and snow was getting way too chilly, Jennifer left the ice scraper behind for sunny Los Angeles, California! Three weeks after arriving Jennifer got right down to studying the craft. She dedicated two years to studying the Meisner, Linklater, and Alexander techniques at the Laura Henry Acting Studio in Santa Monica. There she played Lucinda Matlock in Edgar Lee Master's "The Spoon River Anthology" and Belinda/Flavia in "Noises Off".

In 2008 Jennifer wanted to put the creativity into own hands and research, produce, cast, and starred in Lee Blessing's "Independence" to much success. In January 2009 she also produced and starred as Lenny Magrath in "Crimes of the Heart" by Beth Henley. Since then she has acted in many different film, web, and stage productions.

Staying creative she also starred and produced the muti-award winning webseries "GUIDES", the multi-award winning short film "Coat Room", and, adding writer to the list, the upcoming horror short "Demonic Attachment".

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Director Statement

I have been a horror lover for as long as I could remember. So when I saw this challenge, I knew I had to take part. I immediately started brain storming on what I could film in 15 seconds... Aliens? A killer chasing a victim? A Hitchcock scare?
I came up with one idea, but after a quick test shoot, I knew it wouldn't work. So I began to think, "What scares me?"

Growing up in Danvers, MA I was always surrounded by scary history (i.e. Salem Witch Trials). What most intrigued me was Danvers State Hospital. The Bat. The castle on the hill.
I was only able to see the hospital up close and in person once. I auditioned to be an extra for "The Crucible" and auditions were held there (I was able to walk through the gym!). I thought that was cooler than the audition!
That place was always creepy to me. Such an eerie feel to it. No one close to me ever really talked openly about their experience there whether they were trespassing or had worked there while it was open.
What's even scarier? It's an apartment complex now!