While a dejected and suicidal teen sits in a bathroom stall, contemplating his existence, a deranged man storms in, revealing over the phone disturbing news about a murder he has just committed. In fear for his life, the teen plans his escape until a third man enters the scene straight into the murderer’s path.
The Writer & Director is Ralph Calle-Schulz
The Director of Photography & Editor is Peter Olszewski
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“Five Times in One Night” is a five-act comedy by Chiara Atik. From Adam and Eve to the last couple on Earth, Five Times in One Night investigates the lives of five different couples over five different eras with just two actors playing all the parts.
Starring: Langley Ward & Ralph Calle-SchulzDirected by Emilia Littin & Rohan Padmakumar
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A couple’s relationship reaches the brink of collapse during one dinner argument that surfaces years of suppressed rancor.
Written & Directed by Ralph C. Schulz
Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Presents
“Are There Penguins in Space?” is an original work by Rachel Saruski. Lola meets a strange man in her kitchen one morning before school, and when her sister Jaime goes to find her, Lola has been kidnapped. As Jaime tries to find Lola, her world unravels around her, and she learns that life is never what it seems to be. “Are There Penguins in Space?” is a play about the meaning of family, explorations of the self, and of course, penguins
Written by Rachel Saruski
Directed by Leo Ritterhoff
Domestic violence, kidnapping, frequent depictions of struggles with addiction and allusions to heroin use.
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In the Director’s Workshop at Sarah Lawrence College, we explored the dynamics of the collaborative relationship between actors and directors, from casting to filming. Each director was given two different shoot dates to shoot two different scenes (which could be either an original piece, or something from a film or television). We were assigned two actors for each scene and given one hour to shoot.
So this is my scene reenactment of a fight scene between Lip and Fiona in Season 4 Episode 7.
Directed by Ralph Calle-Schulz
Edited by Peter Olszewski
With Fiona under court order to remain inside the house and Frank’s illness keeping him out of commission, the weight of guardianship falls squarely on Lip’s shoulders.
Produced in June, July and August of 2022, this award-winning psychological thriller short film premiered at the Hollywood Gold Awards at the Hudson Theatres in Hollywood, Los Angeles on October 23rd 2022, and won Best Student Film at the New York Movie Awards, also being screened at the Yonkers Film Festival, Milan Gold Awards (Honorable Mentions) and Sarah Lawrence College.
Writer, Director & Co-composer: Ralph Calle-SchulzProducer & Camera Director: Ahmad Al LawatiDirector of Photography, Editor & Co-composer: Peter OlszewskiMakeup Artist & Costume Designer: Jazmin Nahas
Starring: Ralph Calle-Schulz, Peter Olszewski, Ahmad Al Lawati, Nicolo Abbate & Paul Darrell McGuire.
Three rookie detectives secretly reopen a cold case in hopes of jumpstarting their careers. But just as they get close to solving the case, one goes rogue and holds the two prime suspects hostage in pursuit of his own agenda.
Writer, Director, Composer & Co-editor: Ralph Calle-Schulz
Producer, Director of Photography & Co-editor: Ahmad Al Lawati
Starring: Ralph Calle-Schulz, Emilie Bagatelas, Lisa Bessuges, Paul Darrell McGuire, Nicolo Abbate, Ashley Penrose & Serafina Jacobsen Walsh.
Produced in October 2020-April 2021, this psychological thriller short film is my first student film and surrounds the important and fragile topic of mental health and disorder (Intermittent Explosive Disorder).
In this first film, during many months, I explored and examined the issues behind the main character’s psychological problems, developed impacting scenes, researched and chose locations and props, coordinated time for filming despite a heavy school schedule, memorized the script for my role as Arnold, and got into Arnold’s skin and behavior, while also composing the music and overseeing the music arrangement. Added to that the pandemic challenges and the need to study and prepare for end-of-year exams.
Switzerland, April - 2021
One Bad Dream " (TRAILER) is a psychological thriller short film written and directed by Ralph Calle-Schulz, and produced by cinematographer Ahmad Al Lawati.
Switzerland, April - 2020
By Marc Décosterd
Strengthen the responsibility of the communes and defend their autonomy. The AdCV, which currently brings together 69 communes, aims to develop the very principles of equality between its members, of the responsibility of the authorities, and of the communal autonomy specific to our Vaud values.
Universal Studios, August 2019
"Dance Shoes" - Mckenna Lee and Ralph Calle-Schulz
Zurich, 2019"Hot Mamma" - Ralph Calle-Schulz and Ryan Paget
Switzerland, September 2020
New Jersey/New York, 2022
Monologue from "Masked Men" - Ralph Calle-Schulz
Dance Shoes, Mckenna Lee and Ralph Calle Schulz
Performed by Ralph Calle-Schulz
David Byrne is a Scottish-American singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, writer, music theorist, visual artist, and filmmaker. He was a founding member and the lead songwriter, and guitarist of the American new wave band, Talking Heads.
Written by John Van Druten and based on Christopher Isherwood’s "Good Bye To Berlin".
Directed by: Katy Snair Starring: Ralph Calle-Schulz, Naomi Rottman, Connors Daniels, AJ McCormick, Audie Campbell-Eby, Lorenzo Leva & Madeline Rhode
This play (as well as the musical CABARET) was adapted from THE BERLIN STORIES by Christopher Isherwood (1904-1986). It is about Chris’ life, a struggling young writer whose novel, "I AM A CAMERA", concerns the events occurring around him in 1930s Berlin.
My film partner and I were lucky enough to be invited onto a Podcast by Debbie Calle-Schulz and Phoebe Bragg called “Spill the Tizzle”, where we were interviewed about the making of our film (“One Bad Dream”). Check out the link below to listen to how two students and aspiring filmmakers made a short film with zero budget!
Follow Debbie Calle-Schulz and Phoebe Bragg as they navigate their early twenties in London. With highs and lows from their career successes to their dating disasters, you’ll get the uncensored truth. Each week they’ll discuss all the drama surrounding relationships, health and fitness, life in London and everything else in between as they try to find their feet in the big city. Follow on Facebook:
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