is a dark feature drama directed by Andrew Brotzman. The snowbound production shot off the coast of Maine.
Nor'easter received the Woodstock Film Festival's "2012 Haskell Wexler Award for Best Cinematography"
The fim is currently touring in festivals worldwide. Watch the trailer Film Website
is the latest editorial fashion film by Noam Greigst. Photographed on location in Copenhagen it stars Louise Pederson as an elegant thief lost in a mobius edifice.
Children of God
is a feature film directed by Kareem Mortimer. Filmed on location in the Bahamas, COG is a love story pitted against a backdrop of violent Carribean homophobia. The film has won 14 awards to date. According to Variety the film includes "Crystalline widescreen lensing, carefully framed by ace D.P. Ian Bloom, looks like a million bucks..." Come see the theatrical release May 20th, 2011. Website. Variety Review
is a video art installation by Stephan Blaise. The film juxtaposes large scale Valenciaga shoes and nude women smoking.
Smoking Kills has been shown at MOMA in New York and at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin.
Our Need For Consolation
is an adaptation of the Swedish poem 'Vart Behov Av Trost' by Stig Dagerman.
Shot on location in Stockholm, the film was, directed by Dan Levy and stars Stellan Skarsgaard.
is a short film directed by Lauren Wolkstein. The film takes place a the coming home party of a young soldier with post traumatic stress disorder. Cigarette Candy has won numerous awards including Best Short Film at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.
is a postmodern exigesis on the Palestinian Entifada constructed by Ian Bloom and David Andalman. The "film" explores aspects of historical revisionism, language incompatibility and particle physics. As a metaphrastic cartoonified documentary it follows the life of Zacharia Zubeidi the former Jenin chief of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigade in an endless repetition of bent timespace.
is an editorial fashion film by Noam Greigst. The film was produced by Fly 16x9 and features collections by Louis Vuitton.
is a pastel coming of age story involving a tween crush and braces. The film is directed by by Lauren Elmer and produced by David Andalman. It stars Anna Friedman and Cheyene Jackson.
is an video installation art piece by Stephen Blaise. Ian Bloom photographed and designed the backdrop for this piece. Cake has been shown at Moma in New York and the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin.