September 22, 2019

Two Sentence Horror Stories premieres on Netflix.

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Filmmaker Files Episode 8 - Featuring Natalia Iyudin

August 22, 2019

I think I am someone who doesn’t believe in, so called, games, and I don’t really have an interest in playing them.

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Two Sentence Horror Stories Is a Worthy and Surprisingly Chilling Short-Form Anthology Series

August 8, 2019

Bite-sized but with bite.

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Two Sentence Horror Stories - Gentleman & Squirm (Episode 1 & 2 Review)

August 7, 2019

Writer C.S. McMullen provides some awesome dialogue, and many great scenes, while Director Natalia Iyudin masterfully puts it all together to craft a well-made episode.

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Natalia Iyudin guests on "Scion" Season 1 Episodes 5 'Two Sentence Horror Stories' Review

Join Mia Brabham to break down episode 5 with special guest Natalia Iyudin!

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The CW Sets ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ Anthology Series For Summer Run

June 3, 2019

Two Sentence Horror Stories features contemporary tales of horror and haunting for the diverse and digital age.

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How The Short Film ‘The Garden’ Raised Over $14,497 On Kickstarter

January 13, 2015

The film, originally written for the Directing Workshop for Women at the AFI, tells a story about a rebellious ballerina Luc stuck in the Garden—a post-apocalyptic transitional camp where humans get converted into Artificial Intelligence constructs in order to survive.

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A new film project - human creativity collides with rigid perfectionism of a machine.

December 6, 2014

What’s unique about the story is that it’s a hybrid of dark humor, thriller, and sleek technology, told from a female perspective with a fierce teenage ballerina as a protagonist.

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Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be ‘Final Cassette,’ ‘Love & Other Mental Illnesses,’ ‘The Garden’ or ‘The Honor Farm’?

Jan 9, 2015

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