Experiencing Interruptions?


A young Captain in a futuristic military uses the technology of time travel to go back in time to save his wife, ignoring his morality to do so. With his reckless usage of the device, he causes the degradation of his timeline, leading to the destruction of all creation.

  • Michael McMullan
  • Michael McMullan
  • Kasey O'Barr
    Key Cast
  • DJames Jones
    Key Cast
  • Hailey Vest
    Key Cast
  • Christopher Moaney-Lawson
    Key Cast
  • Trentice Leonard
  • George Watson
  • Anthony Mack
    Director of Photography
  • Andrew Freedman
  • Jazmin Davis
  • Andrew Trout
    Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Danielle Levengood
    Wardrobe Design
  • Jeanine Hubbard
    1st Assistant Director
  • Kai Paquin
    Sound Supervisor
  • Luke Truan
    Original Music
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
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  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 48 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 25, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    8,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Michael McMullan

Michael McMullan is a young, aspiring director and visual effects artist born and raised in the metro-Atlanta area. Working in the film industry since 2002, he founded the freelance and production company MSM Motion Pictures in 2007. He is hard working, creative, and loyal with a strong work ethic and dedicated to professionalism in the works he creates. Learn more about him at www.msmmotionpictures.com.

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Director Statement

Everyone has their fascinations, their interests, what keeps them constantly thinking. It’s these things that lead to great stories, the stories that flow onto the page and allow one to create something that is truly incredible. My fascinations lay with the worlds of science fiction and the dynamics of human emotion.

It’s hard to say exactly what drew me to create this film, but what I can say is that it really came to me more in an “ah-ha” type of moment, rather than tossing things back and forth. I wanted to create a world for these characters to live in that doesn’t feel just like science-fiction, but a reality that could really be in the near future. This required a certain dynamic to the character’s emotion, connecting them across different time streams and all coming back to the central need of the main characters. It’s not only a story of how far one will go to save those he loves but of how disregarding others in the process can lead to dire repercussions.