On an idyllic day in 1976, the residents of a peaceful
San Diego neighborhood suddenly discover themselves
stripped of every stitch of clothes they have. Chaos
erupts as closets and dressers are found empty. Soon
it is clear that the phenomenon is not restricted to
California. In the "Situation Room" of the
White House, a stark naked Ford Administration desperately
clings to its dignity while searching for answers. Is
it the Soviets? Are we under attack? No — it’s
happening all over the world. Only the nation’s
greatest scientific minds can offer some kind of explanation.
But, as the brilliant Dr. Von Forstenberg explains to
President Gerald Ford, the only clue they have exists
in the year 2004 under the name of "Tom Ruprecht."
Finally it’s up to President Ford to make a connection
with the future and solve the crisis of ’76. Crisis
’76 was recently selected as a part of Digital
Day at the
Guild of America
screened at the DGA Theatre Complex in the Guild’s
national headquarters at 7920 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
The project’s cast includes Matt Prater, Neal
Matarazzo, and Rebecca Greene.
Main Cast: Matt Prater, Neal Matarazzo&
Director: Aundre Johnson
Producer: Aundre Johnson
Writer: Craig Thomas & Carter Bays
Festival and Award History: Weiterstadt
Springs International Festival of Short Films 2004,
Kitty Flicks Film Festival 2005, World
Comedy Film Festival 2005, Hollywood
DV film festival 2004, Sedona
Film Festival 2006.
© 2006 POSH FILMS