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Bug, a rough and tough assassin tracks down Bjorn, an ex- cell mate, from a terrible time. The two play cat and mouse in a 'polite' confrontation at Bjorn's safe house, until Bug confirms what she knows and lets Bjorn live to see another day, for now.

Best Filmmaker Award winner of the Easter Seals Disability Film Challenge.

  • Rosser Goodman
    Love or Whatever, Holding Trevor
  • Rosser Goodman
    Pea Pod, Life's a Butch!, Wet Dress
  • Nina Bergman
    Key Cast
    Assassin X, Battleground Earth
  • Bryan Dilbek
    Key Cast
    Dumb and Dumber To, King of Queens
  • Dawn Mallory
  • Nicci Freeman
    Second Sight, Blood Shed
  • Edy Enriquez
    Final Girl, Hancock, The Incredible Hulk
  • Sara Ataiiyan
    The Clapper, The Organic Life
  • Brad Rushing
    Britney Spears' "Toxic" music video, Moby's "We Are All Made of Stars" music video
  • Oneita Parker
    Production Design
    Love or Whatever, Holding Trevor
  • Oneita Parker
    Costume Design
    All Cheerleaders Die, The Meanest Man in Texas
  • Renee Baron
    Little People, Big World
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Mystery, Action, Suspense, Disability, Women, LGBTQ, Drama, Thriller, Strong Female Lead, Women Director
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 39 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    Danish, English
  • Shooting Format:
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • The Easter Seals 48 Hour Disability Film Challenge
    Los Angeles
    United States
    WINNER - Best Filmmaker Award
  • WorldFest Houston
    Houston, TX
    United States
    Southwest Premiere
    WINNER - Platinum Remi Award (Thriller/Suspense)
  • AudFest
    Los Angeles
    United States
    SEMI-FINALIST - Women's Film Challenge
    Miami, FL
    United States
    Southeast Premiere
    SEMI-FINALIST - Best Short Film
  • European Cinematography Awards
    On-line Competition
  • HollyShorts
    Los Angeles
    United States
  • Ocean City Film Festival
    Ocean City, MD
    United States
    East Coast Premiere
  • Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival
    Los Angeles
    United States
    Official Selection
  • Femme Filmmakers Festival
    On-line Competition
Distribution Information
  • CircleContent.tv
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Rosser Goodman

Rosser Goodman got her start on Steven Spielberg’s television series, Earth2 for NBC, nearly two decades ago. It was her first barbeque, but you would never know it. Rosser took to production like a fish to water. Nothing could have been more exciting and nothing was. “It was my film boot camp,” she describes. “A huge union show, getting DGA trained, those 16 hour days... I was hooked. The sheer size, scope and process of professional filmmaking was and still is absolutely exhilarating for me.”
As a Set P.A. for the run of the show, Rosser simultaneously set about making her own film, a 17-minute short called Top of the World. That movie and a subsequent 10 more of her films went on to screen at hundreds film festivals worldwide. Titles including Daddy-O, Pain, Life’s a Butch! and Wet Dress each written, shot, produced and directed by Rosser won awards and were scooped up for distribution by the likes of PBS, Wolf Video and the CFMDC.
After moving to Los Angeles, Rosser quickly became a 1st Assistant Director in demand. She worked on countless pilots and movies, commercials and music videos. Her clients included Paramount, MTV, Disney, Showtime, Lionsgate, Sony, Universal, and Warner Brothers. In between her freelance career, Rosser took a few staff positions at various production companies as Head of Music Video for one year and Head of Production for nearly five. She worked at the Sundance Film Festival for several seasons as the manager of the iconic Egyptian Theater on Main St. Back in Los Angeles, she taught filmmaking classes at the Learning Annex, Learning Curve and served as a mentor for Filmmentor.com.
Rosser was hired to direct her first feature film, Holding Trevor, a coming of age story. It premiered at OUTFEST where she was named one of the FIVE IN FOCUS directors in THR. Regent Entertainment and Here! Media bought the movie for double the film’s shooting budget to release it theatrically in the U.S.
From there, Rosser’s production company KGB Films began developing a slate of independent films and she moved her offices to the Paramount Studios lot. There Rosser directed the romantic comedy, Love or Whatever starring Kate Flannery, Jennifer Elise Cox and Joel Rush. TLA distributed.
In 2014/15, Rosser expanded and rebranded her company to become Circle Content. In addition to feature films, Rosser produces, directs and develops content from commercials to television. Clients and brands include Facebook, Delve Creative, Rage Films and Castrol Motors.
Today, Rosser is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Alliance of Women Directors, Film Fatales, SeeJane.org and Take the Lead / 50 Women Cohort. She has successfully managed and led over 100 feature films, television pilots, commercials, music videos and short films. Recently, Rosser won the Best Filmmaker Award for the Easter Seals Disability 48 Hour Film Challenge. Her original screenplay mongoose8 won the Panasonic Filmmakers’ Award. Rosser’s directing work currently airs on Netflix, Hulu, The Sundance Channel, and iTunes. Her humanitarian efforts include Diamond in the Raw, an organization assisting at-risk girls where she earned “Board Member of the Year.” Later, she received Lifetime Achievement Award from Millennia Scope Entertainment Foundation which eradicates homophobia through all media.

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