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Jackie Dixon time travels from 2033 to 2019 in an attempt to save her parents from a tragic death.
Robert Butler III – My name is Robert Butler III. I was born and raised in the city of Compton, CA. I am a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, with a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Media Studies. My love for cinema bloomed early in my life, and quickly became an aspiration to pursue feature-length narrative directing. I currently work as a producer for a live shopping platform called NTWRK ; as well as produced and directed many original shorts. My ultimate goal is to utilize my passion of movie making to tell stories that can change the world.
Cade Huseby – My name is Cade Huseby I am a multi-hyphenate digital artist based in Los Angeles, California. Throughout my 22 years of life, I have been writing and directing films and performances that express truths about myself and the world around me. Through film and television production I write and direct original content about the aspects of life that fascinate me most such as disillusionment, spirituality, and American pop culture through non-fiction drama and fiction comedy. Whether I’m producing a documentary about mental health reformation at USC (At What Cost?, 2021) or directing a comedy web series about independent businesswomen (Good on Paper, 2020) my goal is to bring people closer together through integrity, compassion, and the belief that there is more that connects us than divides us.
The idea for Time Stamp was first inspired by a real internet clip of a teenager claiming they were from the future. Why was this person time traveling to begin with? If you had the ability to travel through time, what moments would you go back and try to fix? The most important political elections? An embarrassing moment in front of your whole high school? … Or possibly stop the tragic, unexpected, and ominous death of your parents. This is the decision our protagonist, Jackie Dixon, chooses to pursue throughout the film.