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Killer's Revenge

Separated from their respective teams, Detective Wayne Harris (John Stewart) and US Marshal Craig McConnell (Andrew Hall) are tracking a rampant serial killer known to be in the area. Upon meeting each other, it becomes apparent that their history in tracking the elusive serial killer, known only as The Whisperer, is catching up to them. Discovering that both officers encountered the elusive killer before makes them question if being separated from their teams and meeting each other is really no coincidence at all.

  • David Nemeth
  • David Nemeth
  • David Nemeth
  • Broderick Whittier
  • Andrew Owens
  • John Stewart
    Key Cast
  • Andrew Hall
    Key Cast
  • Broderick Whittier
    Assistant Director
  • Broderick Whittier
    Director of Photography
  • Josh Harbin
    Production Sound Mixer
  • Nathanael Whittier
    First Assistant Camera
  • Andrew Owens
    Property Master
  • Andrew Owens
  • Dillon Rairdin
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Drama, Suspense, Mystery, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    8 minutes 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 5, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, 24fps, 1080p
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  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    April 1, 2016
    North American Premiere
    Best Pro-Am Short
  • Global Short Film Awards
    New York City, New York
    April 7, 2016
Director Biography - David Nemeth

David Nemeth began filming in 2010 and has since made over 130 films, ranging from short films to webisodes to feature films. Since then, his talents have grown to encompass many aspects of film, challenging himself at every turn to learn and grow in the film business.
David's first major project was the feature film "The Door", which began in November 2011 and wrapped in January 2014. The film was entered into several film festivals, earning it the "Best Independent Feature Film" at the River City Film Festival in Alabama.
David has since continued his pursuit of directing, with his next big venture in "Killer's Revenge," garnering two official selections and Best Pro-Am Short at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival in Iowa. He is now working on several new films, "The Farewell," a mostly-silent film with an emotional ending, "Better," a comedic short film, "Daddy's Girl," an emotional piece, and a yet untitled science fiction feature film.

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Director Statement

After making a feature film that was haphazard at best, I decided it was time to refine my skills and make solid work that would stand up to the test of time. I began scripting "Killer's Revenge" with an idea in my head of the ending. The hardest part came in scripting something that would not rush to the end, but would also not drag its feet in reaching the goal I wanted it to attain. I wanted action, but I wanted the audience to feel for each character, knowing a little of their struggles, yet realizing at the end that they knew nothing about either of them. It was a challenging piece to script, but I am very pleased with the outcome. After writing, it became apparent who the actors should be and where the location needed to be. Production ran very smoothly, as we only spent two days on location and only another week or two in the editing room. The hardest part was getting just the right music to fit the mood. For my composers, that became the biggest challenge, but one that I think they pulled through rather nicely. The only other challenge came when it began to rain during our shoot, and I had to make the decision if we should stay and film in the rain or leave and come back another day, wasting everyone's afternoon. I'm very glad that we decided to stay, as the rain added a much-needed aesthetic to the climax of the film.