A short documentary on Army Veteran Justin Widhalm's journey to recovery through a filmmaking workshop for military veterans coping with post-traumatic stress.
Produced and directed by Clifton Archuleta
TELLING YOUR STORY
Veterans Portrait Project
Short Documentary - Broadcast, 4:20min, 2012
A short news style documentary on retired Air Force combat photographer Stacy Pearsall. Produced for The American Veteran, a monthly half-hour video news magazine developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
I directed two of the eight vignettes (Bollywood and Golf) on this brand video for Gates Corporation. The segments were filmed by several directors located throughout the world, with two locations in Denver.
After being chased by two bullies who destroyed his bike, Ahmad searches for safety and acceptance with the neighborhood thugs who came to his rescue. Soon, their continued protection comes at a price.
OFFICIAL SELECTION LA Shorts Fest Tulsa International Film Festival BendFilm Festival Vancouver International Film Festival Carmel Art & Film Festival Austin Film Festival Indie Memphis Film Festival Cleveland International Film Festival
AWARDS Best Picture - CFS Showcase Spring 2011 Best Directing - CFS Showcase Spring 2011 Best Thesis Film - CFS Showcase Spring 2011
A boy must build the courage to break free from his childhood friend in order to join the neighborhood boys in a game of soccer across the street.
OFFICIAL SELECTION Indie Spirit Film Festival Durango Independent Film Festival Festivus Film Festival box[ur]shorts Film Festival Kids First! Film Festival Rockport Film Festival Carmel Art & Film Festival Estes Park Film Festival DC Shorts Film Festival Atlantic City Int'l Film & Music Festival Sacramento Film & Music Festival
AWARDS Boulder Digital Arts Award - Estes Park FF Best Junior Film - CFS Showcase Spring 2010 Grant Recipient for Excellence in Filmmaking
A short news style documentary on the oldest known Civil War monument, which was hand-crafted by August Bloedner while he was still in the field during the winter of 1862. Produced for The American Veteran, a monthly half-hour video news magazine developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.