Experiencing Interruptions?


Liam is a young businessman that wakes up one morning to a startling situation. He sees a man that appears to be himself. Throughout his headache of a day, Liam uncovers more questions than answers. His experience sends him through a whirlwind of confusion as he tries to exit an insane situation of daily repetition. While struggling to stay on good terms with his wife, Liam uses his situation as a method to improve himself as a person and to better “his” future.

  • Jack Klink
  • Derrick Childers
  • Mallory Gieringer
    Assistant Director
  • Roberto Mantica
    Key Cast
  • Nova Gaver
    Key Cast
  • Jack Klink
  • Jack Klink
    Director of Photography
  • Jack Klink
  • Project Type:
    Feature, Short, Student, Television
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Drama, Fantasy, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    36 minutes 11 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 3, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    1,500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
  • Raw Science Film Festival
    Los Angeles, CA
    December 5, 2015
    2nd Prize Student Film
Director Biography - Jack Klink

Jack Klink is a videographer, editor, director, and visual storyteller. As owner of JacKlink Productions, Klink creates documentaries, short films, musical stage video productions, television advertising, and films for company branding and marketing. Klink was the videographer, editor and director for the award-winning public education documentary Rise Above the Mark, narrated by actor Peter Coyote. He has been awarded 8 Advertising Federation ADDY Awards, including his first regional Gold at age 16 and a Rising Star honor. Klink is a 2015 graduate of Purdue University with a major in Film and Video Studies, a minor in Electronic and Time-Based Art, and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Klink was named Purdue’s 2015 Film and Video Studies Outstanding Senior. Klink’s student film Continuance is his first “TV-Drama” length film, which he completed as his capstone independent-study project. Independently, without instructor input, Klink auditioned and gathered his cast and crew, co-wrote the script and narrative, and created the production with all of his own equipment. jacklinkproductions.com riseabovethemark.com

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Director Statement

In this age of Netflix and binge watching, drama series appear to be a new future for film and storytelling. As equipment and production processes become easier and faster, what we see on TV is now becoming on par with what we see in the theater. This excites me to no end. One of my favorite things about watching a film or drama is getting involved with the characters in ways that I begin caring for them and their future. Series allow this viewer-character relationship to continue beyond just one or two hours. In fact, it is often the time in between each episode that I become even more attached to the characters as I contemplate what will happen in the next episode. Why did they do what they did? What decision will this character make? What circumstance will this character find themselves in next?

These are the thoughts that inspired me to create the film Continuance, which leaves viewers with many more questions than answers. I was also inspired by series like Black Mirror, Twilight Zone, Fringe, and even House of Cards. Because of this, Continuance feels like the pilot episode for a drama series and lends itself to a "next episode." How many questions will you be asking yourself between this pilot and episode 2?