You'll never get it out of your head.
A lonely man does battle with a relentless piece of music.
Oh, the things that get stuck in our heads. When a reclusive man is repeatedly woken up over the course of a night by severe headaches, accompanied by musical repetition from an unknown source, his sanity begins to swiftly unravel. Starring Ernest L. Thomas (What's Happening!!, Everybody Hates Chris, Malcolm X) this creepy and unsettling short film will leave viewers squirming in their seats.
Be sure to keep your eyes (and ears) peeled for this horror short film in the festival circuit throughout 2016 and 2017 seasons.
IMDB Page - http://goo.gl/uEaKDU
Writer / Director - TARA PRICE
Tara wrote, produced, and starred in the award-winning, sci-fi short THE ROUTINE, an Official Selection of 29 film festivals around the globe and winner of 8 awards. She also penned and produced the comedy ANOTHER GRACE & JOHNNY ADVENTURE: ZOMBIE ISLAND! A native New Englander, Tara currently resides in Los Angeles with a viking shaped like a cat. She bends towards the bleak side of things as a writer. EARWORM is her directorial debut.
"It's a curious thing bringing a story from the page to the screen. While the script is certainly the foundation upon which you build - every technical and artistic element is as important as the next. From creating the shot list, to the tiniest details of production design, to guiding your lead actor to that place where a memorable character is born. No stone should be left unturned. In the end what you see when you watch EARWORM is an audio and visual tour through the odd contents of my noggin. Yeah, it's a little weird in there. How lucky I am to have such imaginative people read my original script and want to come on board this project. From my brilliant producer, to my insanely gifted actor, to the obscure New Hampshire band who created a masterpiece of a song destined to stick with you forever. All people I have worked with before, because one should always keep the most hardworking, talented folks close to your heart... and on your speed dial. So happy to call these guys my friends. I fancy myself a celluloid storyteller, endlessly fascinated by the human psyche... and things that go bump in the night. My goal is to present a tale that will stick with the viewer long after the credits have rolled, giving them something to chew on. Art is meant to evoke emotions. As a viewer myself I want to be awestruck. If just one person has lingering feelings after watching EARWORM then I have accomplished everything I set out to do." - Tara Price, Writer/Director
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