Sock Job is a conceptual feature length comedy directed by writer, performer and first-time film director Mark Allen and starring designer, model and actor Matthew Camp (Getting Go: The Go Doc Project). The dialogue-less film has a strong visual style, with a dream-like narrative utilizing mechanical rooms, animatronic puppets, and non-CGI effects to examine male narcissism and lampoon cliches about male sexuality. Visually, the film features new twists on older styles of cinematic storytelling, with Three Stooges/Evil Dead-style slapstick, and special effects reminiscent of Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast and Orpheus. The film's tagline is, "A screwball comedy about masturbation." On a dark and stormy night in a secluded cabin in the woods, a young man faces challenges while trying to relieve his boredom...
Sock Job is half-completed and in need of funds to create the sets for shooting the effects-heavy climax and ending. If you would like to see budget plans, shooting schedules or storyboards, or have any questions or inquiries please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sock Job is fiscially sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts and all donations are tax-detuctable.
Film website: http://www.sockjobthemovie.com/
Instagram (behind the scenes): https://www.instagram.com/sockjobthemovie/