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Do Us Part (Pilot Webisode)

In this absurdist dramedy series, a disillusioned widow works through marital issues with her unfaithful, (and recently deceased) husband.

Pilot: Gloria and Tricia find Edward in a compromising position.

  • Kaitlin Morris
  • Kaitlin Morris
  • Kaitlin Morris
  • Alison Korman
    Key Cast
    Cut, The Life Coach, The Russian Bride
  • Dee Freeman
    Key Cast
    Pretty the Series, Shameless, The Young and the Restless, ER, Crossing Jordan, Cold Case, The Shield, Six Feet Under, Ghost Whisperer, Bones, Dexter, Anacostia
  • Brian Funnagan
    Key Cast
  • Alexandria Lozano
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Comedy, Dark comedy, dramedy, comedy-drama
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 28 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 13, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Hollywood Just 4 Shorts
    Los Angeles
    United States
    Best TV Episode Finalist May 2019
  • Houston Comedy Film Festival
    United States
    April 12, 2021
    North American Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Hyderabad International Film Festival
    South Asian Premiere
    Official Selection
  • International Online Web Fest Playoff
    United Kingdom
    European Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Chicago Indie Film Awards
    United States
    Chicago Premiere
    Official Selection
  • Los Angeles Film Awards
    Los Angeles
    United States
    California Premiere
    Official Selection, Best Dark Comedy
  • Cyrus International Monthly Festival of Toronto
    Canadian Premiere
    Best Short
  • Montreal Independent Film Festival
    Official Selection, Semi-Finalist
  • The IndieFEST Film Awards
    La Jolla, CA
    United States
    Best Web Series - Winner - Award of Recognition
Director Biography - Kaitlin Morris

Kaitlin Morris is a producer, director, and screenwriter who finished her MFA in Screenwriting at DePaul University. Kaitlin has a passion for creating and managing innovative, engaging visuals as evidenced by her screenwriting, live production, and post-production experience for major television networks and the 127-time Emmy-Award winning production company, NFL Films. As a screenwriter and editor, she has written and edited for over ten television shows shown on Amazon Prime, NFL Network, FOX, and digital platforms.

She is the First Recipient of the Illini Productions Award, which she received during undergrad at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While interning for the Baltimore Ravens, Kaitlin had the privilege of editing for network television and writing lead-ins for NFL Sportscaster Dick Stockton, and working with Legendary Super Bowl winners and Sportcasters Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa.

Kaitlin also had an opportunity to study Improv and Writing as a Scholarship Recipient of the Summer Immersion Workshop at The Second City Training Center in Chicago with students from around the world.

Most recently, she worked as an Assistant Producer for NBC Sports Chicago. In 2021, she was been selected as the Film Director of Faculty for the National High School Institute at Northwestern University. To learn more, visit www.kasmorris.com

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Director Statement

On my Love for Writing Comedy-Dramas and Absurd Dark-Comedies:

Drama and Comedy are polar opposites; an accident waiting in the wings. It’s like getting married on a whim to a stripper in Vegas, impregnating her, and having to pay child support. It just isn’t supposed to happen that way. 

But sometimes when done right and properly courted, Drama will give in to Comedy’s pleas for attention, affection, and validation. After all, Comedy is the truth of who we are at our core – unfiltered and unadulterated. Vulnerable, but willing to try. It exposes our faults in a way that lessens the blow, when reality hits and everything comes crashing down. There is hope and authenticity in comedy that you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere.

I’d like to think we wear the mask in Drama, but it is only in Comedy that we take it off.