Conveyor Belt, directed by Brett Melnick

Brett Melnick is a filmmaker and film and TV enthusiast originally from Rockville, Maryland. Now based in California, Brett has created many short films, web-series and documentaries since discovering his passion for film, and hopes to continue to make meaningful and inspiring films in the future.

Brett’s most recently completed film, Conveyor Belt https://youtu.be/ioDCV-ssmKY is a 15 minute short film about pursuing personal dreams. The film was filmed completely in Northern Virginia during Brett’s Sophomore year in college. Attached below is the cover of the film, and a screenshot of the film.

Logline: After an inspirational encounter at work, a 9-to-5 grocery store clerk decides to make a rash decision about his future, and takes his life by the horns.

Watch Conveyor Belt here:

Brett is currently working in post production for two web-series that he developed and directed with 2016 releases (PhiBeR and Sex Drive). He is also currently developing a short film about culture in America.

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