Lab Rats (film)
|Directed by||Sam Washington|
|Produced by||Amy Salko Robertson
|Written by||Louis Rosenberg|
In 2013 Lab Rats was licensed by Frostbite Pictures for development from a short film into an episode-based internet web-series. The series won a Best Series award at LA Web Series Festival in 2014 and began distribution later that year.
To earn extra money, two university students, Zac and Cindy, get jobs as physiological test subjects. Neither knew that they would be used as pawns by the professors running the tests, who are using the two students to fight through a divorce.
|Awards for Lab Rats|
|2009||Moondance International Film Festival||Best Short Screenplay|
|2009||Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival||Best Short Screenplay|
|2011||Moondance International Film Festival||Best Short Film|
|2011||San Louis Obispo International Film Festival||Audience Choice Award|
|2011||Silicon Valley Film Festival||Best Short Film|
|2011||Maverick Movie Awards||Nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay|
|2011||Ventura Film Festival||Best Short Film|
|2011||Los Angeles Comedy Festival||Best Foreign Short|
|2014||Vancouver Web Fest||Official Selection|
|2014||Hollyweb Festival||Official Selection|
|2014||LA Web Series Festival||Official Selection|
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