Sunday, February 18th
6:50 – 9:00pm
CARNEGIE INSTITUTION for SCIENCE
$11 IN ADVANCE HERE OR AT THE DOOR
Screens as part of Things Run Deep: Dramatic Shorts.
Directed by Matthew Herbertz
Lead Cast: Tim Bensch, Craig Lemons, Grace Marengo
USA / 2018 / 7mins
Soon after the 2016 U.S. election, an anti-Trump activist waits outside a supporter’s home considering something that could result in deadly consequences.
Matthew Herbertz is an award-winning filmmaker from Indianapolis, IN. He received his undergraduate degree in TV/Film from DeSales University and went on to receive his MFA in Film and Video Production at Ohio University. He is the co-founder of the independent production company, Kiltered Productions, with friend and artistic collaborator, Ross Morin. Matthew has written and directed narrative, documentary, and experimental short films that have screened at festivals nationally and internationally. In addition to his work as an independent filmmaker, Matthew has worked as a cinematographer, assistant director, producer, and gaffer on a number of short and feature films. His most recent short film, Deadpoint (2016), began its tour on the film festival circuit in fall 2016 and has screened four festivals including the 17th annual River Bend Film Festival. Matthew currently lives in Lakeland, Florida where he works as an active independent filmmaker and a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Florida Southern College teaching film and video production and studies.