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The feature film: "Alien Inhabitant" is stylistically similar to the films like Trainspotting, Memento, Requiem for a Dream & Donny Darko, Inhabitant follows the supposed descent into madness of title character Mark (James Howarth). A schizophrenic with a spotty memory of his past, Mark is plagued by episodes in which a creature he believes to be extraterrestrial goads him into committing crimes against the people who are closest to him.
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Fantasy / Science Fiction
About the Director:
Having acted in film, television and theatre since 1995, James began producing his own films in 2000. He currently Produces, Writes, Directs, Acts and Edits (along with just about every other major and minor skill/technique required for film production).
Robert Aldrich, Michael Braaten,Jon Edwards
Erik Clabeaux boom operator / field mixer, James Howarth sound editor
Mark is running from a past plagued by disturbing schizophrenic episodes… three women who each hold a different key to his freedom from torment… and a dark and mysterious being who threatens his entire reality, and worst yet – all the people in it.
Mark mistakenly imagines that his release from a mental hospital represents a fresh start. He soon discovers, instead, that his struggles with schizophrenia are about to get much, much worse. As his mind spirals out of control, Mark suspects his sexy roommate and his best friend of conspiring to have him re-committed, and begins to insist that his condition is a result of an implant that puts him in communication with a sinister extraterrestrial race.
The one person who can save him from losing the battle against his mental illness is Abby – a beautiful psychologist with a few demons of her own. But when Mark’s mysterious tormentor offers him a murderous solution to all his problems, can Abby stop him from succumbing to what may only be a terrifying figment of his imagination… before it’s too late?
Between $100 000 and $10 000
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Festival Selection, Awards...
Festival selection, awards or citation already received and other comments... :
Already selected in a Festival?:
Urban Suburban Film Festival, Interrobang Film Festival, Action On Film International Film Festival, Backlot Film Festival, Portobello Film Festival,Killer Film Festival, Jamfest Film Festival, LA Movie Awards, LA Art-House Film Festival, Stepping Stone Film Festival
JamFest Film Festival, Silver Award, 2011
Silver Award. Inhabitant.
Los Angeles Movie Awards, Winner Honerable Mention, 2011
Los Angeles Art-House Film Festival, Winner Honerable Mention, 2011
Action On Film Film Festival, Nomination Best Director, New Director, Gorilla Filmmaker, Special Effects. Runner up: Best Director and New Director, 2011
Nomination Best Director, New Director, Gorilla Filmmaker, Special Effects. Runner up: Best Director and New Director
THE HORROR ZINE
Review by Dr. Kevin Hillman
SCREENWRITING FOR HOLLYWOOD
Speak of the Dead Interview Series, Screenwriters from Shriekfest: James Howarth
James Howarth AOF Interview