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An unemployed father-to-be joins a zoom meeting for yet another job interview but instead finds himself in A ZOOM WITH HIMSELF where he is forced to confront his own conflicting opinions on what it means to be your best self vs. present your best self.

    Show Your Shelf
  • Josh Shelton
    Show Your Shelf, My Name Is Lisa
  • Josh Shelton
    We Are The Champions, Show Your Shelf, Impress Me, My Name is Lisa
  • Josh Shelton
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    9 minutes 59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 14, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - JOSH SHELTON

Josh Shelton is a multi-hyphenate who has written, produced and directed series for MTV, Netflix, PopTV and Participant Media/SoulPancake. He was nominated for a Sports EMMY as a producer on Netflix’s "We Are The Champions" and has been at the forefront of the digital landscape for over a decade with content that has garnered 50M+ views, WINNING both a Telly and YouTube Award. As an independent producer, his features and shorts have been official selections in SXSW ("I'll Meet You There"), and Cannes Short Film Corner ("My Name Is Lisa"). He is also the content creator for @BirdExplores, a family-friendly social media channel with 1M+ video views on Instagram featuring original songs, recipes, fun facts and more to inspire the explorer in us all.

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Director Statement

For so many people, the ongoing pandemic goes hand in hand with a never ending job search. In the weeks prior to writing GLITCH, I found myself on multiple “catch-up” zoom calls with friends and family who were still in need of work to provide for their family. I too have been in that position. However, I was very lucky to work consistently throughout the pandemic, directing remotely, often filming with people in their homes, such as the Participant Media series I directed, "Show Your Shelf," where authors shared their book shelves (guests include Rachel Bloom, Samantha Irby, Lois Lowry and more). These experiences all merged into the idea for GLITCH: a zoom meeting with yourself when you're in need of a job. And as a director who has spent almost 2 years directing people through zoom on how to set up cameras to film themselves, I saw an opportunity to make a heartfelt, funny, philosophical and timely film that will perhaps inspire the self-reflection needed to help us all get out of a rut, and hopefully encourage everyone to keep going.