THE STORY OF SIX TUSKS
The Story of Six Tusks is a feature film (drama comedy) produced by Dannie Snyder and Craig Sadler. The film is currently in the early stages of pre-production. For more information, go to The Story of Six Tusks.
THE LONG-TERM SIDE EFFECT
The Long-Term Side Effect is LIV creations’ first feature film (comedy drama), produced, written, and directed by Dannie Snyder. The film will begin its festival run in Spring 2013. To see our press kit and trailer, go to The Long-Term Side Effect.
A NIGHT IN (OR THE NIGHT MY WIFE LEFT)
A Night In (Or the Night My Wife Left) is a full-length stage play that incorporates video, featuring a cast on stage and a cast on screen! A devised piece, A Night In (Or the Night My Wife Left) was directed by Dannie Snyder and premiered at the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival in Washington DC. To read a synopsis of the production, go to A Night In.
Little Brat is a short film produced by LIV creations in partnership with Make Belief Entertainment. As part of his Senior Film Project at George Mason University, Little Brat was written and directed by Rob Segaar and premiered on December 10th, 2010 at the Film & Video Studies Senior Presentations at George Mason University. The film will soon be available online. To read a synopsis of the film, go to Little Brat.
SELLING KNIVES TO JESUS
Selling Knives to Jesus is short film produced, directed, and written by Dannie Snyder as Senior Film Project at George Mason University. The 15 minute film premiered at the Film & Video Studies Senior Presentations on April 30th. The film will soon be available online. To read a synopsis of the film and watch the trailer, go to Selling Knives to Jesus.
Unopened is a a one hour screenplay adaptation of Unopened, the one hour stage play, both of which were written by Dannie Snyder and directed by Dane Styler. On May 15th, 2009, George Mason University hosted a special event where both the stage play and film premiered back-to-back. To read a synopsis of the film and watch the trailer, go to Unopened.