3AM is the disturbing tale of a cremation attendant who encounters the beautiful ghost of a young woman residing in his morgue. As the haunting continues and the seduction begins, he soon realizes that this sexy ghost is bent on revenge.
Revenge has never been so beautiful.
3AM has had astounding success as it’s made the festival rounds. It won a Student Emmy, the prestigious ASC Heritage Award for cinematography, and Best Student Film at Screamfest LA among many other awards. Thanks to its accolades, 3AM was featured in the American Cinematographer magazine as an example of cutting edge student work and brought to The Cannes Film Festival by Kodak.
3am was shot on 35mm film. It took four weeks for picture lock. Then four more weeks for sound design. It was color timed at Fotokem in Burbank, CA and mixed at FSU in Tallahassee, FL.
Written and Directed by Stewart Hopewell. Cinematography by Bill Fernandez.
Best Cinematography – Short Film
for Exemplary Use of Sound and Music
Short Drama Jury Award
Short Drama Audience Award
Cannes Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival
La Femme Film Festival
Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films
Breckenridge Festival of Film
Stonybrook Film Festival
Dead By Dawn
Cleveland International Film Festival
Myhelan Indie Film Festival
Pensacola Bay International Film & Television Festival
Jacksonville Film Festival