It’s a wrap!

After about 1 month or so of planning and brainstorming and then another 3-4 months shooting, editing and publishing, we’ve completed the first ever Stark Insider Short Film Collection. Brace yourselves for impact.

The final installment arrived yesterday, in the most mysterious and disastrous possible way with Fish. In. Fridge.

Here’s the roll-up of all 5 shorts. For maximum viewing enjoyment, if you dare please watch in order:



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01. A. Blinding. Light.

02. Que. Sera. Sera.

03. Rise. Kind. Star.

04. You. Really. Got.

05. Fish. In. Fridge.


It’s been an interesting 11 year journey here on Stark Insider. We continue to cover the arts, film, tech and wanderlust, but also have at least a few more special projects in store too. After all, hanging around and documenting so many creative actors, directors, filmmakers, writers, etc. over the years is bound to rub off Loni Stark and I in some way… for better or worse.

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“I could be watching ‘Once Upon A Time’…” Loni Stark shooting scene for short ‘Fish. In. Fridge.’
Loni Stark in Stark Insider short film Rise. Kind. Star.
‘Rise. Kind. Star.’ Inspired by SCRABBLE scene with Mia Farrow in ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ (1968).
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Shooting b-roll.
Rise Kind Star Set Stark Insider Short Film with Loni Stark
Prepping to shoot SCRABBLE scene.
A Blinding Light Diner scene
A “waitress” serves up a delicious lunch at the Interstate Diner from ‘A. Blinding. Light.’

My eternal thanks to Loni, once again, for indulging the surreal. And, for also helping to write some of the scenes (and even operating the camera on occasion!), and being ever so positive, even when shooting a scene late at night. Then again, I could always just paint the walls black and that might make things easier?

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