Monsters, Horror, Sci-Fi Short Gets Nomination

Monsters Film Details Steve Desmond,  Michael Sherman Monsters

Director: Steve Desmond 


Steve Desmond,

Michael Sherman 

Release Date: 28 October 2015 (USA)

Release Format: TBD

MPAA Rating:  TBD

Genre:  Short, Horror, Sci-Fi

Running Time: 13min


Jenn lives in an underground bunker, protected from the monsters that now ravage the world. This is the day that she goes outside…

On the 27th of September 2016, The Casting Society of America unveiled the nominees for the 2017 Artios Awards. Now in its 32nd annual event, the ceremony honors in various fields of film and television. Nancy Nayor Casting is responsible for putting together the ensemble of talent for the film. Caitlin Carmichael, Ione Skye, Christopher Wiehl, and Joey Luthman star in Steve Desmond, and Michael Sherman’s Monsters.

“Perfect casting can make all the difference. Finding exactly the right actor or actress to bring the story to its fullest life is what CSA members do every day.”

Richard Hicks, CSA President. 

Horror, Science Fiction short Monsters receiving a nomination for the 2017 Artios Award solidifies the solid filmmaking. Steve Desmond, and Michael Sherman’s film received critical acclaim during its film festival run. Below is the list of awards won during the 2016 screening.

Burbank International Film Festival 2016

Best Science Fiction Short Film

Steve Desmond
Aaron Billet



San Diego Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival 2016

CCI:IFF Award Judge’s Choice Award
Steve Desmond
Aaron Billet

Best Horror/Suspense Film
Steve Desmond
Aaron Billet

Curious about the film? Monsters can be seen in its entirety via the video embedded above. Share your thoughts on this post-apocalyptic glimpse of Horror via the comments field below.

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