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A Shattered Mirror

A Mixed Martial Artist Fights Himself!

Duration: 0 min 0 sec

Genres: Scripts, Short, Student

Country: United States

Director: Nicholas Stone

Submitted By: Phillip E. Walker

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A Mixed Martial Artist Fights Himself!
  • Directors
    Nicholas Stone
    Magic the Gathering
  • Producers
    San Francisco Film School
  • Producers
    Walker Entertainer Academy
    Inland Empire Films Promo
  • Writers
    Nick Stone
  • Cinematographer
    Scott Carter
  • Actor
    Charles Rodriguez as the fighter William
  • Supporting Actors
    Phillip E. Walker as the father Henry
  • Supporting Actors
    Brooklyn Worthan as Lindsey
  • Development Executive
    Phillip E. Walker
  • Assistant Director
    Kathryn Gordon
  • Sound
    Terrell R. Harris
  • Makeup
    Sophia Sobhani
  • Still Photography
    Kathryn Gordon
  • Still Photography
    2022 Black History Month
  • Gaffer
    Terrell Harris
  • Film Type
    Scripts, Short, Student
  • Genres
  • Runtime
    0 minutes 0 seconds
  • Production Budget
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Country of Filming
    United States
  • Film Language
  • Shooting Format
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Film Color
  • Student Project
  • First-time Filmmaker

Indigenous Film Retreats
United States
Rancho Cucamonga, California
Top Fight Film nominee

Inland Empire Films
United States: All Rights

Director's Biography

Born December 29, 1995 in Centralia, Washington-USA, Nicholas Stone attended New Technology High School in Napa, CA. There he took the Film Production class taught by Stephen Federico. Searching for his passion, after finishing high school, Nick studied at the local junior college until he settled on film and enrolled in the San Francisco Film School. Nicholas has produced and directed a short narrative about a spy, a documentary about Magic the Gathering and a Star Wars fan film. “A Shattered Mirror” is Mr. Stone's SFFS Thesis Film.

Director's Statement

With this my thesis film, I am trying to capture the moment an athlete has before a match or game.
The time where all of their doubts and insecurities rear their ugly heads. I feel it is important for the audience to understand, that the athlete who one sees on the field, or in this case mat, has doubts, and hesitations.
While athletes may be calm and collected when the public sees them, they aren't always like that. I want to linger on that moment in the locker room, while the athlete is alone and alone must struggle with themselves. Because only once they overcome their inner struggles can they overcome the external ones that face them on the mat.

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