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©2018 Des Matelske & Des Waz Here Productions

FILMS

98 SECONDS

2018-2019

The following content may contain elements that are not suitable for some audiences.

The incidents and attacks shown happen to people every day in the United States. Every 98 seconds.

If you or someone you know have been affected by sexual assault, you are not alone.
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Directed by Des Matelske
Cinematograhpy by Thomas Matheis
Production Design by Vanessa Capella

2018

Swipe Right Official Trailer

2017-2018

"Swipe Right" Official Trailer - Movie Not Rated
Des Waz Here Productions 2017
"Take It All Back" by Judah & The Lion
© Swipe Right - Des Matelske & Dani Matelske 2017-2018

ATLAS GENIUS - STOCKHOLM [Music Video Directed by Des Matelske]

2016

ATLAS GENIUS - STOCKHOLM [Music Video Directed by Des Matelske] *Contest Entry*
Warner Bros. Records Inc. 2015

Video Directed by Des Matelske
Starring Dani Matelske
Des Waz Here Productions 2016

Sincerely, Me Red Band Teaser Trailer

2016

"Sincerely, Me" Official Red Band Teaser Trailer - Movie Not Rated
VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED: Preview contains Profanity & Graphic Content
Song: "Like An Ocean" by Nick Earl (nickearl.bandcamp.com/)
May 13, 2016
Des Waz Here Productions 2016
© Sincerely, Me - Des Matelske 2014-2016

Sincerely, Me Official Trailer

2015

"Sincerely, Me" Official Trailer - Movie Not Rated
May 13, 2016
Des Waz Here Productions 2015
© Sincerely, Me - Des Matelske 2014-2016

Calming Dysphoria

2015

A short black and white narrative told through the eyes of Des Matelske about her personal experiences with depression and using film to channel her emotional struggles.

Directed by Des Matelske
Starring Des Matelske and Adam Riancho
Cinematography by Jake Miller 
New York Film Academy 
Harvard University
2015

A Week From Nowhere Official Trailer

2015

"A Week From Nowhere" is a short film written by Des Matelske & Claire Arble that exploits the realities of suicide and depression through Josie (Claire Arble); a lost individual who can't find her purpose in life. Her brother (Brian Kovach) is blinded by society and pushes her to do things just to satisfy other people in life; blind to the fact that Josie is suicidal and depressed. Josie has her mind set on her one goal, until Tyler (Cody Kilpatrick Steele) comes along and tries to change her mind.

"A Week From Nowhere" 
Written by Claire Arble & Des Matelske
Directed by Des Matelske
Starring Claire Arble, Cody Kilpatrick Steele, & Brian Kovach
Editing by Des Matelske
Des Waz Here Productions 2015

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