Zack Morrison is a filmmaker from New Jersey. His work has garnered accolades including the Campus Moviefest Lifetime Achievement Award, multiple features on MTV College Filmmakers, and he has screened in festivals around the world. A ‘loyal son’ of his alma mater, Rutgers University; Zack helped launch the school’s first BFA program in digital filmmaking, in addition to graduating with a degree in journalism and media studies. Zack hosts and produces the YouTube comedy series We Have A Show—a crowd-sourced variety show featuring filmmakers, comedians, and musicians from across the internet. One day, Zack plans to direct his first feature and write for television. Until that day comes, Zack can currently be found working in the script department at Saturday Night Live, and finishing his masters in screenwriting at Columbia University.
PIECES OF BELMAR is a short film about a young girl on Christmas Eve who goes on a journey through her Hurricane Sandy-torn town along the beloved Jersey Shore, and … Continue reading Pieces Of Belmar
Here is a moment I’ll never forget. Over the last 4 years, I have participated in Campus Moviefest, the world’s largest student film festival. Each year, they came to Rutgers … Continue reading Campus Moviefest Lifetime Achievement Award
*Poo Industries Lifetime Achievement Award – Campus Moviefest Hollywood, 2014* *Campus Finalist – Campus Moviefest: Rutgers University, 2014* It is five minutes to curtain at a local community theater … Continue reading Five To Places
*Best Drama, Campus Moviefest: Rutgers 2014* Henry, in the wake of the losing of his wife, deals with the internal struggle of grief and depression. He is soon faced with … Continue reading The Junction
Survival Paddle is a short documentary profiling Mason Gross dance alumna Shannon MacDowell as she trains and prepares for the New York SeaPaddle, a stand-up paddleboarding marathon around the island … Continue reading Survival Paddle