Student Film (Pilot)

Tyler Anderson is a pretentious and ambitious film student who dreams of greatest. The only problem is he is kind of and idiot who does not know how to properly lead or motivate his crew. After oversleeping on his first actual day on a film set, Tyler recants the event that lead to the near completion of the film shoot and the future of his time in film school.

  • Jonny Horton
    Party Foul
  • Jonny Horton
  • Brennan Cregan
  • Brennan Cregan
    The Hit that Hit Back
  • Ben Christoferson
    Key Cast
    "Tyler Anderson"
  • Ayla Perez
    Key Cast
    "Georgia Kawase"
  • Sean Cox
    Key Cast
    "Nolan Rogerson"
  • Bailey Howard
    Key Cast
    "Bailey Welch"
  • Teej Morgan-Arzola
    Key Cast
    "Adam D. Obe"
  • Maya Waddel-Nelson
    Key Cast
    "Nicole James"
  • Cassandra Lopez
    Director of Photography
    Paper Clips
  • Abby Gaydos
    Art Director
    The Hit That Hit Back
  • Project Type:
    Student, Television, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Comedy, Sitcom
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 25, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    650 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - University of Colorado Denver
Director Biography - Jonny Horton

Jonny Horton is a filmmaker from Littleton, Colorado. Growing up, he always has a love of telling stories and would draw, write short stories and even attempt at making video games before he found his passion in filmmaking. He plans on continuing to grow his work and skills as a filmmaker here in Colorado until he can reach his goal of successfully making an independent feature film.

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Director Statement

One of the greatest things that has come out of film is genre. It places a set or rules and ideas in our heads that tell us what we should expect from the story and characters. Those guidelines offer an infinite number of creative possibilities when finding ways to tell a story through playing into the genre and by breaking the genres conventions. But only if in service to the story. The story is key, otherwise don't bother making a film.