A young mortician learns that not even death can stand in the way of true love. A whimsical, gothic bedtime story filled with love, loss, taxidermy, Kung Fu, and biker werewolves.
Stephen W. Martin is an award-winning writer and director based in Los Angeles. His short film ‘Dead Hearts’ has screened at over 150 film festivals and was awarded Best Short at over 40 film festivals including ScreamFest LA, New York Horror and was Oscar qualified for the 2015 Academy Awards by winning the St. Louis International film festival. Stephen is also the children’s author of Robot Smash (Owlkids, 2015) and a coauthor of Pop Manga with renowned manga artist Camilla D'Errico (Random House, 2013). His newest picture book, Charlotte and the Rock, will debut next year (Random house, 2017). Currently he works as a freelance screenwriter and is preparing for his feature horror debut.
Alexander Glua’s ongoing passion for filmmaking has been evident in his diverse film career that spans over 14 years. During this time he has contributed his experience to over 80 feature films and television series. The first two feature films he produced (Guido Superstar: The Rise of Guido, Toxin 3D) found audiences through foreign and domestic distribution by IndustryWorks Pictures. Alexander has also delved into the realm of short-form storytelling, having produced dozens of national TV spots primarily aimed at furthering the conversation on important cultural issues. He continues to broaden his range as a producer with the fantasy-infused action tale “Dead Hearts”.