The Cage, a short film created by the critically-acclaimed Neighborhood Film Co. for Filmsupply Originals.

Filmsupply Originals is a new series of exclusive, original films from its revolutionary filmmakers. The first film of the series, “The Cage” was created by the critically-acclaimed Neighborhood Film Co. The Cage was written and directed by Neighborhood’s founder, Ricky Staub. Embedded in a world of overwhelming darkness, violence, anger, and death, the short film is telling the story of a young man’s survival on Philly’s streets. Through incredible visual effects created by Jeremy Fernsler as well as a cast of non-actors, the film is bringing raw authenticity to the story. More information about Neighborhood Film Co. and Filmsupply as well as stills from behind the scenes and full credits can be found below the video.

Neighborhood Film Co. is a production house based in Philadelphia and Los Angeles. They mostly create exceptional films for global brands. Outside of their brand work, they often work on artful independent film projects. Get further information on: neighborhoodfilmcompany.com

Filmsupply is a full-service agency that partners with incredible filmmakers from around the world to make their outstanding footage available for licensing. Get further information on: filmsupply.com

Behind the scenes: The Cage, a short film by Neighborhood Film Co. for Filmsupply Originals.
Behind the scenes.
Behind the scenes: The Cage, a short film by Neighborhood Film Co. for Filmsupply Originals.
Behind the scenes.
Behind the scenes: The Cage, a short film by Neighborhood Film Co. for Filmsupply Originals.
Behind the scenes.
Behind the scenes: The Cage, a short film by Neighborhood Film Co. for Filmsupply Originals.
Behind the scenes.

Any footage © by Filmsupply Originals and Neighborhood Film Co.

Created by Neighborhood Film Co.
Written & Directed by: Ricky Staub
Executive Producer: Dan Walser
Director of Photography: Minka Farthing-Kohl
Sound Design: 1-Louder (Dublin)
Color: Jaime O’Bradovichn at Company3
Editor: Ricky Staub
VFX: Jeremy Fernsler

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