In the midst of the turmoil of World War II, blanketed by the frigid winter of Nazi occupied France, a young soldier marches a fellow brother in arms to his execution under accusations of being a German spy. However along the way, the lines between duty and morality begin to blur, calling into question the very nature of what is right or wrong.
Tommy Graves spends his days tending to the local bowling alley. In this place time feels stuck, as does Tommy.
Trapped in a repeating cycle of his own, as his grasp on memory slowly slips away, is Walter, an older gentleman, who comes in to bowl with his grandson every week. But his grandson doesn't show up, so now they have to face each other as well as their own shortcomings.
With mom gone, dad in a pit, and the neighborhood watching, Randy is trying to hold it together before everything explodes.
An ode to the B-movies from the 70's & 80's, Gonfalon Pictures presents a story about bad people doing bad things!
KILL THAT MAN
A comedy of errors between three hitmen, who meet at an abandoned warehouse in the middle of the night.
Matthew Beltz graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 and started his film career working in the locations department for shows and movies like Irrational Man, Purge 3, Defending Jacob, Dexter New Blood, and Boston Strangler. He's spent the last several years cultivating a tight-knit and talented film crew around the New England area, and has directed and produced three short films which have been featured in film festivals like the Manchester International Film Festival, IndieEye, and the London Indie Short Festival and has won Best Short Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Director. Both his independent and professional film and TV work has earned him an understanding of pre-production, storyboarding, scheduling, budgeting, post-production, and festival submissions.