Karl Manhair, Postal Inspector

​When a down-and-out Postal Inspector, struggling with his increasing irrelevance in the world takes to heart the advice of his new-age "life coach," he finds himself embroiled in the most bizarre case of his career, but one that just might lead to renewed purpose in his life

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Geoffrey Cantor

On The Way North

This short film in shot in February with David Kleinman has an excellent cast that includes the actors Sebastian Beacon and Brian Anthony Wilson

Short Films

TV

Fans, celebs, artists, freaks, geeks all convened at the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York at the Big Apple Con in Mid March. My Marvel buddies, Jon Bernthal, Peter Shinkoda, Elden Henson, Gideon Emery, Jade Wu, were there as was my wife, my sister, and Darth Vader himself, Spencer Wilding. We hung out, shook hands, and generally dug the scene.

Wizard of Lies

The story of Bernie Madoff as only Barry Levinson can tell it, with Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and others. On HBO.

Marvel

​Ellison has survived two seasons in Daredevil, but that's not all. Looks like he's gonna be around for a bit longer. Catch The Punisher on Netflix this November.

​Annie and the Asteroid

My last gig of the 2016, I finished filming this short film in December with the amazing team from Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Details to follow...when I have them.

This Isn't Happening

Just wrapped this short film about a woman and her son in that moment when everything shifts. Directed by Craig Love, and produced by Kenny Farrell, it stars the wonderful Elisabeth Noone

Projects and News

​​The Daily Show

​This was a fun little bit I did that aired on November 3rd. Talk about hitting a bit close to home. 

411
After a car accident, a skeptical New Yorker must call for help on a mysterious pay phone that responds only to '411'. He gets Information, and in a twist of fate, much more than that. With F. Murray Abraham and Mia Barron. Written and directed by
Oliver Power

The Tick

In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an accountant with no superpowers comes to realize his city is owned by a super villain. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, he falls in league with a strange blue superhero. On Amazon.