Inside Job

A nervous intern fights to survive the wrath of a homicidal boss.

  • Matt Nagin
  • Matt Nagin
  • Matt Nagin
    Key Cast
  • Chris Cook
    Key Cast
  • Inga Leps
    Key Cast
  • Harold Tarr
    Key Cast
  • Craig Watson
    Key Cast
  • Bob Bell
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    38 minutes 44 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 4, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    12,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes
    November 25, 2016
    European Premiere
    Best Short Film (1st Place)
  • Hoboken International Film Festivaal
    Greenwood Lake, NY
    United States
    May 21, 2017
    North American Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Cinema New York City Film Festival
    New York, NY
    United States
    September 2, 2017
    New York City Premiere
    Finalist Award
  • International Film Festival Manhattan
    New York, NY
    United States
    October 19, 2017
    Official Selection
  • Nice International Film Festival
    May 6, 2018
    Best Supporting Actor in a Short Film
Director Biography - Matt Nagin

Matt Nagin is an American actor, comedian, director and writer. As an actor Matt has had leading and supporting roles in numerous film and television projects. Matt's performances have been showcased at The Tribeca Film Festival, Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes, The Hoboken International Film Festival, The Los Angeles Cinefest, Hollyfest, The Michigan International Film Festival, The Macabre Faire Film Festival, Roma Cinema Doc, The Williamsburg Film Festival, The Russian International Film Festival, Manhattan International Film Festival, The Best Shorts Competition (Winner: Award of Recognition) and many more. Matt has further made numerous television appearances on such channels as MTV, Lifetime, Travel Channel, Investigation Discovery, SpikeTV, TruTV, National Geographic, Animal Planet, and A&E.

Matt is known for playing dark, troubled characters although he is equally adept at playing more humorous, upbeat roles. As a comedian Matt tends to challenge conventions and really push boundaries. He has appeared on The Dr. Steve Show (WPIX), Wendy Williams (Fox), on APTV, where he co-hosted The 2015 Winter Film Awards, and at The Edinburgh Comedy Festival. His one man show was given four star reviews at Edinburgh where it was deemed "brilliantly irreverent" and "a stellar success." Additionally, Matt's first film as a director/writer/actor "Inside Job" won Best Short Film at the prestigious Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes. Bill Garry of Discover Hollywood called it "a dynamic showcase" with "good direction and production values," and compared it to "Wolf of Wall Street on crack." Matt tries to give back as a comedian, and, of late, has served as a talent coordinator for the Gotham Comedy Foundation, an organization that brings comics into cancer centers and senior homes. Finally, Matt's writing has been published in such markets as Writer's Digest, The New York Post, .Mic, Points In Case, Humor Times, and Antigonish Review.

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Director Statement

Every day during this election cycle we heard Trump say things like it's a rigged system. The media is corrupt. There is collusion between our country and foreign governments. My short film, "Inside Job," also deals with conspiracy theories and secret plots--only in reference to 9/11.

A dark comedy, with a run time of 38 minutes, the film explores an intern's first day at an office run by truthers, who believe the U.S. Government was involved with a massive coverup of 9/11. The film also explores the abuse of corporate power--and corruption--elements that have figured prominently this year on the national stage.

Make no mistake about it, our film is a comedy--with a killing spree, a dead hooker, and a crazy boss with severe anger issues. Yet beneath these madcap antics is a telling exposition of the subterranean machinations that dominate our political and corporate machines.