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Aaron Ruell
August 2009 . vhcle showcase
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short films.
Everything’s Gone Green
written & directed by aaron ruell
A man (played by Hamish Linklater) who has not left the building he works and lives in for 14 years, meets a receptionist (Alexandra Holden) eager to understand more about his mysterious life.
The movie was selected for the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Runtime: 18 mins
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written & directed by aaron ruell
A black comedy about a good catholic girl who is visited by a holy messenger. When she confides in her parents, she is forced to choose between either accepting a messianic calling, or obeying the counsel of the adults in her life.

The movie was selected for the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Runtime: 5 mins
>> photographs photography. commercials/filmwork. aaron ruell’s book ‘some photos’.
Featuring the works of Aaron Ruell. You might remember him best from his role as Kip, Napoleon Dynamite's older brother, but Aaron Ruell is also an accomplished filmmaker and photographer. He designed the opening title sequence (plate of food) on Napoleon Dynamite, as well as all the promotional photography for the film. Two of his short films 'Everything's Gone Green' and 'Mary' premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, and he was recently declared one of the most promising new directors in the world of advertising by SHOOT magazine. His still photography is wonderfully pleasant to look at - the attention to detail and color, and the fact that it is both comforting and quirky at the same time, does not make you weary of looking at them repeatedly. It's no wonder his photography is attracting much attention and has appeared in almost every major publication, and he was also named PDN Photo Annual Winner in both the Website and Advertising categories.