Experiencing Interruptions?


While recovering from dental surgery, a girl encounters eerie phenomena.

  • Kathryn D. Moeller
    Becoming (short), Final Form (episode of Sketch series)
  • Kathryn D. Moeller and Matthew Bolton
  • Desiree Rosen Wise
  • Jennifer Weisner
    Key Cast
  • Justin Gentile
    Key Cast
  • Kryzzalia Lopez
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Horror, Psychological, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    November 11, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Kathryn D. Moeller

Kathryn D. Moeller is an emerging filmmaker and content creator currently crafting digital videos for HollywoodRedux.com.

Kathryn recently rebranded as a filmmaker after an almost decade-long career in entertainment, including heading script development at a small production company. She has also gained experience in many other areas of the industry such as physical and post production, and a brief stint in documentary and reality TV. Credits include features Terminator Salvation and Oliver Stone’s W, and TV projects House and Chuck.

Kathryn currently hones her storytelling as head writer for digital entertainment hub, HollywoodRedux.com, crafting copy for the site and collaborating on sketches and shorts. She hosts an X-Files podcast called The K-Files and contributes regular blog posts, such as an ongoing series inspired by Stanley Kubrick, Conversations with Kubrick.

Kathryn claims no hometown – her father’s job in the Air Force moved her family to a new home every two years, so she never got too comfortable anywhere, except Los Angeles. Kathryn earned a BA in English and Theater Arts from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA in 2007.

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Director Statement

I'm inspired by auteur directors like Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch - artists who immersed themselves in every aspect of their filmmaking. Artists who told emotional stories in addition to the plot.

This is the most interesting facet of film for me. I love to tell multiple stories at once in my work: in the writing of course, but also in the set design/decoration and in carefully selecting props, in wardrobe, etc. I think no matter how low budget your filmmaking, if you can create a world for your story to live inside, you will connect with an audience.