Shot February 23-25, 2018 Festival circuit started December 2018. Please email for a private link! :)
Short film, 7 minutes.
When a fight between Annie and her strict single father turns violent, she has nowhere to turn, and must begin her journey into a bigger world.
Writer, Director - Olivia O'Hara DP - Demi Waldron Cast - D.W. Moffett, Kenzie Tartaglione, Braden Bunch Editor - Ryan Pullman Composer, Supervising Sound Editor - Nicolas Ramirez Special thanks to Sam Gipple, whose role was lost to the edit.
Worth Celebrating - Moët & Chandon (Spec)
Whoever you are, whatever it is you celebrate, it wouldn't be the same without the people you care about.
Writer, Director - Olivia O'Hara DP - Kyle Rose Cast - Allison Dayne Nicole Smith Sound - James Bertis, Chloe Van Til
AWARDS: Nominee - 39th College Television Awards (results in March 2019) Winner - 2018 Red Dot Award, Communication Design Winner - 2018 NATAS Southeast Student Production Award Winner - 2018 Student Gold ADDY® Award, AAF District 7 Winner - 2018 Student Gold ADDY® Award, Augusta AAF Winner - 2018 Gold SCADDY Award Winner - 2018 Bronze CLIO Award - Student/Commercials (31-60s) Winner - Best Supershort Experimental Film, 2019 Hollywood Short Film Festival Official Selection - 2018 Film & Her Female Filmmaker Showcase Tour Official Selection - 2018 Melrose Film Festival
When a high school student is bullied for being different, they must explore their school and learn what it really means to stand out.
Director - Olivia O'Hara Writer - Mason Douglass Producer - Demi Waldron DP - Kyle Rose Production Designer - Lisa Tinley Ryan Cast - Alexa Robbins, Bowen Fox, Skylar McNamee, Cannon Wise, De'Vaughn Looney, Kendel Ponchock, Julia Ernst, Cassidy Hope Brown, Aiyana Welch, Claire Price, Fischer Vickers, Dylan Bethany
Visual poem for Asli Shebe's "Explaining Depression To My Mother".
Poet: Asli Shebe Director: Olivia O'Hara DP: Kyle Rose Voiceover Editor: Steven Blevins Archival Footage: Jerry O'Hara Cheerleaders: Our Moms
Poem: Explaining Depression to My Mother
Promotional music video for Lemuria's Recreational Hate album release, February 2, 2018. Edited from archival footage collected on VHS-C from 1996-2002.
Music: Lemuria - "Lake Below"
Produced and edited by Olivia O'Hara
Lemuria - Lake Below
The Meeting (COMING SOON)
Experimental film.Made as a postmodern homage to Francois Truffaut, and also to reflect a theme that isn't limited to black-and-white - nor to 1960s French nuclear families.
Writer, Director - Olivia O'Hara DP - Kyle Rose Cast - Sarah Alice Michael
You're The Best
Self-portrait. Turnaround time, concept to completion: four days.
I wanted two things: 1) to do a little story with this big old song that had been kicking around in my head, and 2) to direct myself and troubleshoot that direction in real time. It ended up being pretty fun and a good exercise in energy and pacing.
Writer, Director - Olivia O'Hara DP/Editor/VFX - Gavin Chin Addl. Cast - Nick Morbitt
You're The Best
Official Selections: 2017 Savannah Film & Her Showcase, USA (Apr); 2017 One Laugh Away Comedy Festival, SCT (Apr), nominated for Best Student Short and Best Actress laurels.
Video password: parkingtickets
Janet Olson is a parking enforcement officer, and she’s on a mission: ticket her quota of cars by five o’clock, and go home to her kids. But when her only pen falls down a sidewalk drain and no one wants to help her out, she must face the odds and find a solution, fast…
"'The Limit' delights for its classic action-driven comedy and situational humor, like that of Olly Williams' Cannes-acclaimed short 'The Fly', but also reflects on human perseverance through the lens of one woman's small problem. It's a bittersweet metaphor for life." - Andrew Meyer, Producer (The Breakfast Club, Fried Green Tomatoes)
In-kind sponsorships by The Dixon Ticonderoga Company, Chipotle, Krispy Kreme, Kaufman-Heinz LLC, and Spudnik Savannah. Proudly funded on Indiegogo; visit The Limit's campaign page to see how well we did!
Video password: parkingtickets
Written, produced, directed by Olivia O'Hara / 2017
The Limit - Indiegogo Video Pitch
Doc: Flying For Free
Official Selections: 2017 Savannah Film & Her Showcase, USA (Apr); 2017 Student Cuts Film Festival, SVN (May).
How to Fly For Free. With special appearances by time restraints, life lessons, and a hamburger. Thanks to American Airlines for being cool about the logos.
By Olivia O'Hara / 2016
Flying For Free
Doc: USWNT vs Costa Rica
The date is August 16, 2015. The place is Heinz Field. The event is the kickoff match of the USWNT Victory Tour.
Shot and edited by Olivia O'Hara / 2015
USWNT vs Costa Rica
Official Selection: 2015 Fantasia International Film Festival, CAN (Jul). Finalist in the 2015 Tentsquare Bumper Challenge.
One cat's dream is a Fantasia reality.
By Olivia O'Hara / 2015
Winner of Story and Heart's 2014 Directing Motion Tour ticket contest.
Created for Story and Heart's contest for tickets to MZed's Directing Motion Workshop Tour with Vincent Laforet. Practical effects only.
"Every once in awhile, an opportunity arises that's simply too perfect to miss. For twenty-two Kettle Run High School students on one chilly autumn Saturday morning, that opportunity was the Katy Perry "Roar" cover video contest. We assembled our crew and filmed two minutes of what we knew wasn't the biggest or most elaborate production, but more of something that struck a deep chord with not only our school, but our county and community as well; we made a music video that depicted the strength of hundreds through the portrayal of the strength of one.
We are Kettle Run High School. What we show in this video is the unity of a school and a town brought together by trials and triumphs, struggles and support. Our tiny community has seen more than ten children in the past few years diagnosed with cancer; it has become a rallying point for us. Younger or older, richer or poorer, regardless of friend group, clique or social status, we have found strength in each other throughout the solemnity of the sickness, and more than anything else our support of each other is what truly defines us as Kettle Run."
By Olivia O'Hara; additional cinematography by Sam Henson / 2013
KRHS x KATY PERRY "ROAR"
Tribute to Owen
Voices: Amanda Powell, Emily Powell, Jim Powell, Grace Swift, Nathan Swift, Sarah Swift, Maggie Swift, John O'Hara, Daniel O'Hara, Maura Kate O'Hara, Olivia O'Hara