My debut feature film that had the privilege of getting distributed by the incredible people at Artsploitation. We had a great festival run and are available on:
iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Blu-Ray, and many more.
Had a blast working with some unbelievably talented people on this short suspense film. Inspired by DePalma and Hitchcock, I got the chance to try out some techniques I’d dreamed about for a long time.
An ode to my dear old dad, Phil Moïse, a man with many passions, one of which: a clean dishwasher! Also got the chance to try my hand at some 2001 visuals!
My latest short film is an homage to the 80’s, LIFEFORCE, SPECIES, and THE HIDDEN. Feel humbled to have worked with some amazingly talented actors and craftsmen.
Went back to my dadaism film school roots with this absurd short about a powerful family that descends into madness...
Short documentary about one of LA’s most passionate poster collectors.
The fans wanted it, so I gave it to them: a sequel to my pleasantly confounding masterpiece Schuschnigg.
Have you ever been ghosted by a girl and didn’t know why? Follow Steve as he navigates the thrilling, but confusing, world of dating.
When the selfish Moïse clan make it impossible for Granny to read her favorite book, she has to face her worst demons to get her life back.
When someone steals George's leftover pizza he must navigate the rotten underworld of the Moïse family to uncover the culprit and exact his revenge.
A beloved matriarch is pushed to the edge when her narcissistic family keeps interrupting her.
Kathryn fulfills Dad's lifelong dream and becomes a lawyer.
The Moïse family must unearth vital information, including the meaning of life. One thing stands in their way: an oblivious southern patriarch.