In a blue-collar factory town, an alcoholic priest wrestles with his faith when young children start disappearing at the hands of a serial killer.
SINNERS is now an OFFICIAL SELECTION of the:
* 2014 Rhode Island International Film Festival * 2015 Boston International Film Festival * 2014 Massachusetts Independent Film Festival * 2014 Rhode Island International Horror Festival
Written & Directed: Derek Dubois Starring: Robert Casey, Jr. | Michael LoCicero | Aidan Pine | Therese Lloyd | Noel Ramos Cinematography: Joseph Lavallee Original Music: Greg Conte | Soren Sorensen Gaffer: Jesse Hicks Additional Photography: James Hamar Sound Recording: Kyle Sawaia | James Hamar
Filament Pictures 2014
Lucid is a short nightmarish thriller that explores themes of crumbling American masculinity in contemporary society. In it, a film professor is forced to make choices between protecting himself or his family when his home is invaded by a monstrous stranger.
The film, written and directed by Derek Dubois, attempts to navigate a strange dreamlike world where fear manifests itself viscerally.
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2013 Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival
Starring: Michael LoCicero Cate Carson Marc Vos Jon Stenning Adelaine Ambrosino
Crew: Joseph Lavallee - cinematography Jesse Hicks - gaffer, key grip Lisa Bradley - Assistant Editor Kyle Sawaia - sound design, recording Rob Marin - Makeup, practical effects Soren Sorensen - Music design 9:55 - Original Score Derek Dubois - Editor, Colorist, Vfx
Lucid - A Short Film
A short film from writer/director Derek Dubois, Fallout is the story of two brothers struggling for their lives while isolated in an underground shelter.
Fallout is the winner of the New England Discovery award at the 2012 Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival; Jury Award for Best Suspense/Action film at 2013 Online New England Film Festival; Best Action Film and Best CGI at the 2012 Louisville Fright Night Film Festival.
* 2013 Online New England Film Festival * 2012 Rhode Island International Film Festival * 2012 Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival * 2012 Louisville Fright Night Festival * 2011 SoCal Film Festival * 2011 ShockerFest Festival * 2011 Pawtucket Film Festival
Director of Photography: Vincenzo Lucciola Operator/Titles: Nick Beaubien Sound Design: Kyle Sawaia Music: Soren Sorensen Continuity and Key Grip: Mia Shaffer Weapons Propmaster and Additional Photography: Dan Rosario Editing & Visual FX: Derek Dubois
Ten More Good Years (2007)
Ten More Good Years follows four LGBT elders and explores the reasons why so many in this community age are alone, without financial stability and often return to the closet. We meet men and women who work in the field of aging who help to explain why so many of our Heroes have been left behind. There is hope; the AIDS crisis taught the world is that LGBT people take care of their own.
When Boston director Daniel Akiba's brother Jonah traveled to Israel, his mother's parting words to her son were, "Have a good time, but whatever you do, don't become Orthodox." Three months later he called his mother and said, "The Torah is the word of God."
After his brother's radical conversion, Akiba found it increasingly difficult to remember the brother he once knew. In an effort to better understand his brother's new life Akiba documented his family's trip to Israel in 2001, seven years after Jonah's arrival in Israel and subsequent conversion, to attend Jonah's wedding. Along the way he explores a foreign world and how his brother's embrace of Orthodox Judaism affected them all.