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A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization Committed to New Filmmakers

Welcome to Zoom Shorts Films Inc.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to producing original works for the screen.  Our YouTube Channel, “Zoom Shorts,” features short original films in a variety of genres produced by our organization.  We also partner with individuals and other production companies to produce feature length films.  

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More About Zoom Shorts Films Inc

Since 2020, we have been working hard to become masters of our craft. Our commitment to quality films, exceptional collaboration and incomparable professional care for our teams keep our filmmaking community coming back again and again to work with us. We never stop improving and expanding our offerings based on how we can best serve our fellow filmmakers in realizing their dream projects.

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Zoom Shorts Films Inc Services

A Potpourri of Excellence

We’re committed to fostering a positive, creative, collaborative environment for original filmmaking.  We love our work and want to extend that positive vibe into everything we produce. 

We’re constantly growing and expanding our vision into new and exciting ways of telling stories on screen. Our desire is to cover subjects that are important to us, while delving into all types of genres, in combinations, and sometimes, with a twist. 

So, if you have a project that we could partner with you in making, or there is something we don’t yet provide in our filmmaking, we’d love to hear about it.  We are open to our fellow artists and their thoughts and suggestions.

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Your Contribution Makes It Possible!

Financial support is essential for keeping a non-profit organization on its feet and able to do the work it strives to do.

 

We are dedicated to making quality original films and all donations to Zoom Shorts Films Inc are used in doing just that.

All teams working with us are provided a budget through the organization designated to be used for their specific project.  And when no designated funds are available, we make every effort to support the project with a portion of the organization's general community funds.

 

We would be happy to pass your donation along to any specific project(s) to which you would like to contribute.  We have many short films in the works and are also working on feature length films.  Your funds will go straight to the projects you pick. 

 

You may also wish to make a  contribution to our general fund for our non-profit organization to help keep us afloat. 

All donations are tax deductible.

Thank you!  We are most grateful for your generous support! 

PERKS FOR "I LOVE YOU, MARIA" FEATURE FILM

If you would like to receive a PERK for contributing to the feature film, "I Love You, Maria," please specify the specific PERK when contributing. 

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We want all of our collaborating teams to experience an impressive level of professionalism when working with Zoom Shorts Films Inc.  After checking out our films, if you would like to partner with us in creating original projects, please contact us!  We would be happy to chat about the possibility of working with you in some capacity.

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Get Involved!

We're looking for talent with a vision!

We feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with such an amazing variety of actors.  Talent from around the globe have joined us in our projects.  If you would like to inquire about what we do and how we do it, please contact us.

Please be prepared to send a reel or links for us to see your past work.  Please include all your best contact information in any correspondence.

And please be patient!  We will get back to you as soon as we can!

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Our Zoom Shorts Films Inc Community

Meet the Executive Producers & Directors Team

Our Zoom Shorts Community consists of talent from all over the globe.  The Executive Producers and Directors of Zoom Shorts Films Inc consider themselves privileged to work with so many extraordinary individuals and so we thought you might like to know a little bit about us:

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Karen Klami

Executive Producer / Director / Writer / Editor

Karen hails from New York City, having attended Hunter College, where she graduated with an MA in Theatre and Film.  She has taught theatre arts and scriptwriting in New York City and at Castleton University in Vermont.  Many of her one-act and full-length plays have been produced in New York and Vermont and she has won screenwriting awards for several of her films, including Nikola, which explores the life of Nikola Tesla.  She has twelve books/eBooks in print, which are collections of poetry, play scripts and screenplays.

Karen is the writer, executive producer and director, along with Burnham Holmes, of an original musical, Trumpilton: An American Musical Parody,  which was produced Off-Broadway in 2022.  Her films have won over international festival awards and nominations for various categories, which include best Romance, Comedy, Web and New Media Film, Mobile Film, Travel Film, Film on Women and Experimental Film.  Along with Burnham Holmes, Karen runs a film and theatre production company, Klami/Holmes Productions.  She has also partnered with Allie Radice in creating Eugenia Films, a production company dedicated to producing films by women.

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Allie Radice

Executive Producer / Director / Writer / Dancer / Singer

Allie Radice is a New York City based performer specializing in musical theater and film/TV. She holds a BA in Musical Theater from James Madison University and has continued her education as a performer at Yale University, the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, NYU Cap21, and HB studios. As a professional in the business for the past 12 years she has performed at The Actor’s Temple Theatre Off-Broadway, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, Greenroom 42, Theater for the New City, The Bitter End, Skirball Theater, and more.  Allie has also worked as a singer with the Musical Theater Graduate Writing program at TISCH NYU, developing new material.

Some of Allie’s regional theater productions include My Fair Lady, Anything Goes, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Murder on the Nile, and Songs for a New World.  Her film/TV credits include working for Amy Schumer, work in GQ Magazine, The Deuce, HBO’s Succession, Jack Tracy’s Visual Album Older, HBO’s Crashing, and many Zoom Shorts episodes.  She also has worked as a voiceover artist, puppeteer, and dancer. She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.  

Allie has also partnered with Karen Klami in creating Eugenia Films, a production company dedicated to producing films by women.

Burnham Holmes

Executive Producer / Director / Actor / Writer

Burnham is an award-winning writer of seventeen books, taught writing at the School of Visual Arts for fifteen years, and now at Castleton University for twenty-seven years. He has won the Part-Time Faculty Award at Castleton and led a group of Castleton students for a semester in London.

He has appeared in twenty plays.  His favorite roles are Falstaff, Sir Toby Belch, and Mr. Peachum.  Burnham has written twelve plays, including The Loves of Horace Greeley, which was featured in the 250th anniversary of his town in Vermont, and Palm Leaf Dialogues, which won the Nor-Eastern Playwriting Contest in 2011.

He is a co-creator and writer with Karen Klami of Trumpilton: An American Musical Parody, that was performed Off-Broadway in 2022. Burnham has also partnered with Karen Klami in creating the film and stage production company, Klami/Holmes Productions.

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Ken Holmes

Executive Producer / Director / Actor / Writer Editor

Ken grew up with a love of acting. He landed his first major role as Robin in The Merry Wives of Windsor at Castleton University in Vermont. It was this experience that made him realize that performance and a career in the arts was what he wanted to do with his life.

In 2006, while doing a semester abroad in London, he took a master class on The Craft of Acting with Jeremy Irons in London.  He studied acting and directing, with a minor in writing at Castleton and in 2009 he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre.

Ken moved to New York City and has been acting in films and plays, as well as writing. He has been in over one-hundred films and TV shows.  Film/TV work includes: Cold in July, Little Women, The Morning Show, Mr. Robot, Hustlers, Succession, Billions, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens, The King of Staten Island, The Trial of the Chicago 7, New Amsterdam, Pose, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Organized Crime, In the Heights, Clifford the Big Red Dog, tick, tick...Boom!, and West Side Story.

Ken wrote, co-directed, and acted in the web series Old Hearts Cafe, is the founder of the film company Rain & Neon Productions.  He has written and directed the indie films Talking Aloud Alone, The Social Distancing Butterfly, and Chatter. For his filmmaking, he has won one hundred awards and has been nominated for sisty-seven

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Get In Touch

Zoom Shorts Films Inc would love to hear from you!  If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today.

Zoom Shorts Films Inc

173 Hart Towers Drive
Bomoseen, VT 05732

USA

802-922-8662 ~ Eastern Standard Time

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