THE HEISENBERG EFFECT
Traumatized as a child, an awkward yet brilliant designer of surveillance devices obsessively chronicles his life using his own inventions – but when he unwittingly records something he shouldn’t, he becomes the target of a deadly conspiracy.
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Marshall Peterson is an experienced writer/director/editor, earning a Masters Degree in Writing and Directing from the New York University Graduate Film School at the age of twenty-three. He has written and directed over 100 independent films, national TV spots and sponsored films for clients including IBM, Coca-Cola, Stanley Tools, Deloitte, NCR, Owens Corning, Twentieth-Century Fox and dozens of others. His independent film debut, Four Episodes from 1984 (based on the novel by George Orwell), won the Louis B. Mayer Prize and the Eastman Cinematography Award. In all, Peterson’s films have won a total of forty festival and competition awards.
producer/co-writer/ "Henry Stark"
Ric Reitz is an actor, producer, writer, and director who has been active in show business for more than thirty-five years. In addition to his work as a writer and producer, Ric has appeared in more than seventy-five films and TV series, including featured roles in Lasse Halstrom’s Safe Haven, Robert Zameckis’s Flight, John Singleton’s Rosewood and recurring roles on Revolution and Surface. He is a member of Actor’s Equity Association (AvEA), the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), the Director’s Guild of America (DGA), the Recording Academy (NARAS), the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG) and the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA).
FRANK PRINZI, ASC
director of photography
Frank Prinzi has been an active member of the New York film making community for over twenty years. His credits range from feature films to television to documentaries & commercials. Prinzi earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree from the NYU Graduate School of Film and Television, and his range of work covers many styles and genres. He photographed Al Pacino’s passion project Chinese Coffee, the cult favorite Living in Oblivion, and four films with director Marshall Peterson. His feature credits include She’s the One, 200 Cigarettes, The Real Blonde, and The Best Man, among others. Prinzi’s television work includes The Blacklist, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, the critically acclaimed series Life on Mars, Northern Exposure (for which he won an Emmy® and was nominated for another) and the hit TV movie The Lost Valentine starring Betty White. Prinzi’s commercial credits include major brands such as Sony, American Express, Chevrolet, Cartier and Harry Winston.