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Lights, Camera, Action: Vindication's Film Collection - we've only just begun to tell stories



Our latest project is a short film proof-of-concept for a feature-length script by award-winning screenwriter Christopher Bradley.

Attempting Amends is the story of the underdog.

As part of his 12-step program, Rusty Coyle must apologize to everyone he's hurt with his drinking. But with each attempt, he makes things worse and ends up apologizing to someone he never realized he needed to apologize to.

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Mother's Gift 

When Evil Finds a Home

Mother's Gift, written and directed by Jayde, was initially made for one of her UCLA directing classes. She filmed during the pandemic, and after completing the project, she received positive feedback and decided to submit it to festivals. The rest is history.


The film is about Nick, who receives a box from his mom that causes unwanted activity in his home.


Jayde's idea for the film stemmed from the ghostly activity she and her husband experienced in their WWII era apartment during the pandemic.




A Documentary

Jayde delves into the profound emotional and physical impact of break-ups as individuals navigate the complex journey of heartbreak, resilience, and personal growth.
Through interviews with Screenwriter Jeremy Garelick (The Break-up, 2006) and the Director of the Museum of Broken Relationships Alexis Hyde, COPE offers a transformative perspective on healing and finding hope in the aftermath of shattered relationships.


Students interview an eccentric who says he can help them uncover truths about a local witch legend. They get more than they bargained for when they come face-to-face with the witch and are never heard from again.

Based on Albanian Folklore, this lost footage short was brought to life by an amazingly talented cast and crew and went on to 6 festivals, 2 of which were in Europe, and received several awards.

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Central Office

Central Office was a collaboration between the creative core of our film school 2nd year capstone project.

Upon completion the short film was accepted into the Scottsdale Short Film Festival where it won Audience Choice Award, Best Director and Best Performance. 

It's about Will, an alcoholic who works in the dying industry of DC Power and transport finds himself overhearing a conversation he isn't supposed to when he's on site working in a central office. After losing everything, he realizes he's someones only chance of surviving. 

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A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction.
It should be a progression of moods and feelings.
The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning,
all that comes later.

Stanley Kubrick

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