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Patrick Rea

Patrick Rea

Conocido Por: Directing

20 Películas


Rea graduated in December 2002 from the University of Kansas with a degree in film studies and a minor in communications. Movie career. Patrick Rea has made short films since 2002. In collaboration with Ryan Jones and Josh Robison, Rea founded the company SenoReality Pictures, which was a winner in Fangoria's Blood Drive contest. The DVD A Man and His Finger was released only in the US in early 2004 through Koch Entertainment, and was hosted by Rob Zombie. Several short films directed by him have been released on Hollywood Scarefest DVDs, distributed by Vanguard Cinema. In 2004 several shorts directed by Rea screened at prestigious festivals, including Palm Beach International Film Festival, Shriekfest LA, The New York City Horror Film Festival and Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors. These short films have screened via FangoriaTV, Horror Channel and first full-length film, The Empty Acre, was completed in 2006 and premiered at the Kansas International Film Festival. The DVD was released and nationally distributed in summer 2007. Many of his short films, including Time's Up, Eve, Woman's Intuition, Paint Shaker, Emergency Preparedness, Next Caller, Misfortune Smiles and Café at the Crossroads, have toured the country on the festival circuit and are viewable online.Rea was the first assistant director on the movie Bunker Hill, directed by Kevin Willmott. Rea co-directed the 2010 Showtime special Jake Johannsen: I Love You. Rea completed the featurette Rhino in 2012, starring Malcolm Goodwin and Keith Loneker. Rea recently completed the indie horror flick Nailbiter.

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