Welcome to Draftsville, the town where fantasy football is king. Parodying the hit show Friday Night Lights, this is the story of Coach Larry Stanton who is the two-time champion of the state fantasy league. Challenges from other players and talk around town constantly test him, but it’s his love of the game that keeps him going.
Matt Braunsdorf was director of photography and editor of Season 1 of and then returned as director and editor for season 2.
Kate and David are out on what feels like a rather significant date early in their relationship, but when their Uber driver turns out to be Kate’s old flame, the three passengers find themselves in the middle of a love triangle.
Matt directed and edited this film which is currently on the festival circuit and has screened at the following festivals:
LA Comedy Fest - *Winner Best Screenplay and Best Ensemble* May 2018
Cape Fear Independent Film Festival - *Winner Best Comedy* Jun. 2018
Film Festival of Columbus - Aug. 2018
Austin Revolution Film Festival - *Winner Director’s Choice Best Comedy* Sept. 2018
Discover Film Awards - Oct. 2018
New Hampshire Film Festival - Oct. 2018
Orlando Film Festival - Oct. 2018
Ridgefield Independent Film Festival - Oct. 2018
Sunnyside Shorts Fest - Oct. 2018
Lone Star Film Festival - Nov. 2018
Virginia Film Festival - Nov. 2018
Studio City Film Festival - Nov. 2018
Yonkers Film Festival - Nov. 2018
Chicago Comedy Film Festival - Nov. 2018
On their drive home, John and his sister, Anna, get into an accident after a horrifying creature jumps out in front of their truck. In order to protect her wounded brother, Anna draws the beast into the woods away from the crash, hoping to at least give John the chance to survive. John regains consciousness just in time to witness Anna make the ultimate sacrifice for him. Left heartbroken and alone and with a debt to repay his sister, John constructs a trap and sets a plan in motion to capture the beast before it can harm another soul.
Matt Braunsdorf directed and edited this short which in 2016 screened at the following film festivals:
Dances with Films - Jun. 2016
Hollyshorts - Aug. 2016
Nightmares Film Festival - *Winner Best Cinematography*
NYC Horror Film Fest - Nov. 2016
Other Worlds Austin - *Winner Best Musical Score* Dec. 2016
Now in his golden years, esteemed physician Dr. Daniel Chamberlain is giving his viewers the greatest gift of all: his memories.
Matt was director and director of photography on this TV pilot which in 2016 and 2017 screened at the following film festivals:
Brooklyn Comedy Fest - Aug. 2016
River Bend Film Festival - May 2017
A fourth date couldn't be going better, but when one of the parties points that out the self-awareness sets in and all bets are off.
Matt directed, shot, and edited this short which in 2017 screened at the following film festivals:
Dances with Films - Jun. 2017
Brooklyn Comedy Festival - Aug. 2017
Los Angeles Lift-Off - Sept. 2017
Full Bloom Festival - Sept. 2017
Inside the Loop Film Festival - Oct. 2017
Virginia Film Festival - Nov. 2017
Yonkers Film Festival - *Winner Best Short* Nov. 2017
Copa Shorts Film Fest - Jan. 2018
Matt was director, director of photography, and editor of this commercial parody for Fancy Family Comedy.
Think they've "Taken" everything they could from Liam Neeson? Wrong. Here's a SNEAK PEEK of the next 30 Taken movies.
Matt was director and director of photography on this sketch for UCB Comedy.
Here are some tips for how to react when your friend announces her terrible engagement. Bottom line: Friends can't handle the truth.
Matt was director and editor of this sketch for UCB Comedy
They believe in trickle down economics and don’t take handouts (or showers, clearly).
Matt directed and edited this sketch for College Humor.
From the band “The Royal Bees”. A love story, about making love. And making babies.
Matt was director, director of photography, and editor of this music video for the band The Royal Bees.
Can humans put up with the pressures of being pups? Unlikely.
Matt was director and director of photography on this series for Barkpost.
A shopping mall Christmas Elf has to put up with all of the worst parents.
Matt directed this series for People Magazine.
At weekly fondue parties anything can happen.
Matt was director, director of photography, and editor of this series for Fancy Family Comedy.