|Winner: QUEENS WORLD AUTEUR CINEMA AWARD|
|Cast: ||Conrad Stojak|
|Crew: ||Conrad Stojak|
After the death of his loved ones, a loner has a psychotic breakdown and goes on a homicidal warpath through New York City.
Conrad Stojak is a New York born and bred multidisciplinary artist.
Since graduating NYIT, he has directed two feature films and a documentary on famed Austrian painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
He has worked at the famed City Hall as a cameraman and was honored by the former Mayor of New York City for his documentation of "The Gates" installation by Christo & Jeanne-Claude, which inspired Conrad to move into public art.
Conrad has received many awards and accolades, most notably the Pollack-Krasner grant, a writing fellowship from the Edward F. Albee foundation and a Ruth Katzman residency scholarship from the Art Students League.
He has received substantial press for his parking meters sculptures, which Conrad hopes to make into a city wide art project. His first installation will be at Rockaway Beach in Queens in the summer of 2016.
I break all the rules of film.