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I'm Watching You

Two girls go on a road trip and are forced to stop for the night and camp. The next day, their vehicle found without gas and the phone they have been documenting the trip with is missing. When they stop for gas, one of them goes inside for the gas but when she returns, her friend is missing and the phone has replaced her in the car. A video shows her captured and gaged, along with many other missing girls.

  • Chuck Borden
  • Chuck Borden
  • Chuck Borden
  • Myrthe de Jongh
    Key Cast
  • Esmee Nadira
    Key Cast
  • Raymond Snijders
    Visual FX Supervisor
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    19 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 10, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    250 EUR
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    black magic
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Director Biography - Chuck Borden

36 year film veteran with around 400 film and TV credits. Born in Bronx, NY but grew up in Hollywood where his film career started. Chuck quickly became a leader on film and TV sets, getting into stunt coordination while still in his 20's. By his early 30's, he was directing action and 2nd unit shoots and even directed a music video (Donna McAfee) that was nominated for a Dove award as well as a kid's educational video.. He now resides in the Netherlands where he looks forward to Producing and directing many of the scripts he has developed over the years.

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Director Statement

The thing I am the most proud of for I'm Watching You is that it was done primarily by students and first time film makers. For most of the cast and crew, this was their first time making a film. Not only do I feel we made something amazing, but we were able to show that everyone has a talent and it can be brought out with proper guidance and instruction. Our two leads, Myrthe and Esmee are amazing talents and in my opinion, will go far in this industry. The have beauty and brains, but most importantly, the camera loves them.