Inventive, Resourceful & Self-Starting
Jackson Rayfield, like many directors before him, started out as an actor, quickly learning his true passion lies behind the camera. A self-starter who is always ambitious in his approach to storytelling, is also aggressive in his do-it-yourself mentality from conception to the screen. His previous works include: "Brekkie Lightsaber," "Moonesta: What Drug Companies Don't Tell You," and "A Game of Truth or Dare." Jackson lives in Venice, California.
Two longtime roommates have a conflict over the last piece of toast, but this isn't your typical friendly dispute.
A young newlywed mother. One husband's terrible garage sale purchase. Now an evil is tormenting their home.
Rove is a father who has lost everything important to him. He now resides on Venice boardwalk as one of the many homeless walking the streets. A man plagued with guilt and unable to accept his current place in things, this story opens on another seemingly general day on the aftermath of this man.
A GAME OF TRUTH OR DARE
How fast a harmless game of "Truth or Dare" can take a sour turn. They will never be the same again!
A parody sketch in the tone of the marketing campaign for the popular sleeping medication, Lunesta. We all know that side effects are possible with any medication, but what happens when the side effects are all that you get?!
Strong emotion will often lead to extreme measures. Oliver has lost tolerance for his broken relationship with his ex. He decides he will make a very reckless decision to make a point. He runs to a nearby rooftop and is in his final decision when he is distracted by a friend. Wendall speaks to him giving insight to gain clarity.