Schizophrenia

A young woman doesn't take her Schizophrenia medication and deals with seeing the images of her deceased parents.

Director Biography - Oliver Efesopoulos


Justin Sims is a filmmaker in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He regularly competes in filmmaking competitions locally and internationally.

Justin studied Computer Art at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Since then he has went on to work as a freelance video/animation artist, work his way up to director at a local news station, and been an in-house videographer for companies in Fort Wayne. Currently, he works for Lyft Digital, a digital marketing firm, as their Digital Media Specialist.

He considers himself a collaborative director because he enjoys the back and forth that comes with making a film with a group of talented individuals. He's always on the lookout to work with new people to share ideas and passion for making films whether they're live action or animation.


Credits

  • Justin D. Sims Director Coping, This Night

  • Allyssa Swearingen Writer

  • Kirstin Miller Producer This Night

  • Kristin Miller Key Cast Unexceptional, Fear for Hire, This Night

  • Brad Beauchamp Key Cast

  • Leslie Beauchamp Key Cast

  • Michael Espy Executive Producer Coping, This Night, The Cupid Division, Unexceptional

  • Benjamin Tiede Cinematographer

  • Amy Sims Cinematographer Coping, This Night

  • Conlen Davidson Editor

  • Sarah Morton Music

  • Zachery Gibson Sound Design & Mix The Cupid Division, Unexcepti

Specifications

  • Project Type: Short

  • Genres: Live Action, drama, thriller, short

  • Runtime: 6 minutes 48 seconds

  • Completion Date: November 16, 2015

  • Production Budget: 0 USD

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Country of Filming: United States

  • Shooting Format: Digital HD

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: No


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