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The Podiatrist
A podiatrist struggles to keep his personal and professional lives separate. The Podiatrist stars Curtis Caldwell, Angela Vincent, Marquita Shaw, & Andy Pivarnik.

The film was written, directed, and produced by Clack for Point Park University's intermediate directing course.

Director of Photography Emma Crumling, Sound Design JT Andrew & Adam Barrett, First AC Erin Vargo, & Production Assistant Declan Mooney. 
Happy Birthday to You
A family goes out to dinner to celebrate their father's birthday under the condition that no one will sing the happy birthday song. It stars Stu Ford, Stephanie Ankeny, Josh Imhof, Shane Stadtlander, and Willow Villella.

The film was written, directed, and produced by Clack for a production course. Cinematography by Declan Mooney and sound design/editing by Adam Barrett.

"Happy Birthday to You" was selected for and shown at the Point Park Cinema Arts Production II showcase on December 9, 2022.
In the middle of moving, Lana rediscovers pieces of her childhood. This short film was made for my Production I course final at Point Park University. It stars Audrey Klein as Lana and Tommy Sanders as Ben. Original music by Josh Imhof. Production assisted by Adam Barrett and Declan Mooney.

"Burn" was selected for and shown at the Point Park Cinema Arts Production I showcase on April 26, 2022.
Going Up
A series of investigations lead an agent on the chase for who stole information from an under-construction office space. This film was created for Pine Richland High School PRTV Club's first 48 Hour Film Challenge. The film had to include a computer, a thief, and fall into the mystery genre.

The cast and crew included Josh Imhof, Josh Horan, and Abbie Turner.  The film won the 48 Hour Film Challenge as well as Best In Show, Editing, and Directing at the 2021 Rammys. 

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Tea Time
During her usual morning meditation, Mila finds herself confronted by her own mind. This short film was made in the winter of 2020 and went on to win best directing, editing, acting, and in show at the 2020 Rammys Film Festival, Award of Excellence in Digital Cinema at DMAC 2021, and an honorable mention at Scholastics Art and Writing Awards 2021.
In my first ever frame by frame animation, a duckling searches for a way to swim in the inconsistent March weather in Pennsylvania. It went on to win an Award of Excellence in Animation at DMAC 2020.
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