USA | 2015 | 10m
Sam Jaeger and Jennifer Morrison play a couple struggling to cope with the death of their newborn son. In his despair, the husband must transform how he sees his wife and find a way to accept her dark wisdom.
It was an official selection of the 2015 Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival in San Diego California, where it had it's world premiere.
“The excellent performances by Sam Jaeger and Jennifer Morrison, along with the fantastic execution of Chris Peters, makes To Dust Return a powerful short film that will leave you thinking ... 5 out of 5 Stubs.”
“I would rate this short very highly, for the emotional sincerity of the excellent performances and for creating a hook that actually caught something meaningful in the process.”
“With a run time of 10 minutes it’s impressive that this film packs the emotional punch it does ... recommend seeing”
The full website for the film is here: TO DUST RETURN
USA | 2013 | 10m
This dark fantasy is about a woman who loses her family in a tragic accident and is offered secret knowledge to bring them back from the dead. It stars Kristina Lynn Bell, Deborah Puette, and Richard Sabine.
It was an official selection of the 2013 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montréal, Québec, where it had it's world premiere.
“An amazing little film.”
“It’s got a lot of soul to it, which is what I look for in a film. It ‘perks’ out from the screen, like a living and breathing thing.”
“An interesting spiritual horror film, from the thought-provoking director Chris Peters”
The full website for the film is here: DAY OF THE SPECTRE
USA | 2012 | 3m
Chris Peters is a classically trained artist based in Los Angeles, with numerous collectors in the music and film industries. To complement his recent exhibition of new paintings at Paul Booth's Last Rites Gallery in New York City, Mr. Peters created this short experimental film 'The Soul Never Sleeps'. It was designed to evoke the same mood and atmosphere as the other 12 pieces, acting as the exhibition's '13th Painting.' The original score was composed for the film by Michael Hebert, an Emmy award winner whose music can be heard in feature films, television and national broadcast commercials.