Below you will find a collection of short films and additional unique video material. Although I am a writer/director first and foremost, I have also lent my skills to many projects and learned much from each one. Make sure to visit the specific page for all of my films to see other clips and learn all about the projects in full detail.
35mm, 8 minute short film written and directed by Jay Woelfel. Starring Rick Kesler from Jay's feature BEYOND DREAM'S DOOR.
This segment from the television show FRAMELINES talks to and about the Ohio location shoot for Jay Woelfel's film SEASON OF DARKNESS.
Cool British TV ad, the film is still playing on British TV.
Oscar nominated AFI short film I edited. The film's writer/director, Raymond De Felitta, blogs about the film that started his career: http://moviestildawn.blogspot.com/
Distributor's version of Live Evil trailer.
This trailer was done before the film was completed and used successfully to attain a distributor for the film. The HD online of this trailer was paid for by Panasonic and used at a Trade show to help show off their Varicam HD format and cameras. The film was originally titled THE EMPTY LAKE.
Gary Coleman talks about PARTY on AMERICA'S TALKING. Party is a short film written and edited by Jay Woelfel, Directed by Eric Swelstad, Produced by Johnnie Young.
Probably the most famous soliloquy in the English language.
Stunt Promo courtesy of producer Mark Terry.
35mm, 20 minute short film edited and co--produced by Jay Woelfel. Written, Directed and starring Rick Moses.
Original (pre-release) teaser trailer for Season of Darkness.
Was great to be able to go back "home" (i.e. Ohio) to shoot this project.
Part 2 of Oscar nominated short I edited. Film was written and directed by Raymond De Felitta.
This single camera angle shows the entire stunt unedited. The car is traveling 65 mph as it hits the bar.
The first attack sequence from UNSEEN EVIL. Directed by Jay Woelfel.
ABANDONED BODIES CLIP from TITATNIC AN INTERACTIVE HISTORY, Written and Directed by Jay Woelfel. Narrated by Patrick Stewart. Clip from multi award winniing interactive documentary.
From the third act.