Southbridge Podcast

After an apocalyptic event, survivors struggle to make sense of their world while awaiting a rescue that may never come. They band together in hopes of discovering a community, but each step they take leads them into more danger. When things take a turn for the worst, they start to suspect that the deck has been deliberately stacked against them.

  • Tiffany Murray
    Director
  • Tiffany Murray
    Writer
  • Tiffany Murray
    Producer
  • Amy Kersten
    Producer
  • Seth Kays
    Producer
  • Danell Leyva
    Key Cast
    "Greg"
  • Roni Geva
    Key Cast
    "Nadine"
  • Amy Kersten
    Key Cast
    "Brandie"
  • Lily Rains
    Key Cast
    "Cathy"
  • Peter Holden
    Key Cast
    "Miles"
  • Seth Kays
    Sound Design
  • Katrina Zemrak
    Original Music
  • Project Type:
    Other
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Drama, Podcast, Post-apocalyptic
  • Completion Date:
    May 24, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    11,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Tiffany Murray

Tiffany Murray is a professional Cinematographer, Writer, and Director based in New York City. She gained attention for directing the award-winning short films, No Cleaner Threads, Handle With Care, I’ll Be Here, and the internationally recognized After The March, a story centered around voting rights and racial injustice during Alice Paul’s hunger strike in Virginia. Murray also previously partnered with Panasonic for the documentary short, Backbone, and the mini-doc series, Run Your Race. Her recent experience behind the lens includes season three of the TBS comedy series, Miracle Workers, and Saban Films' supernatural horror feature, So Cold The River. She has been developing Southbridge since its inception in 2017 during the filming of her post-apocalyptic drama short, I'll Be Here, which is now available on Amazon Prime. Murray graduated with a degree in Film Production from Middle Tennessee State University.

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Director Statement

Southbridge is not only a genre-driven adventure but also a commentary on the media's influence on our society. Having crewed on film sets for over 10 years, I feel like I have a privileged point of view of the ins and outs of how the ‘magic is made’. This inspired Southbridge which, as a whole, is a critique of our industry’s effect on viewers and the dangers of what could happen when the wrong people are put in positions of authority.