DIRECTED BY NATHAN CROOKER
#Nofilter addresses the ever-growing issue surrounding Body Dysmorphic Disorder through the eyes of Beth, an insecure twenty-something, who becomes obsessed with an insidious filter, leaving her to question true beauty. It is a cautionary tale for all those obsessed by "likes," being flawless, and thinking that somehow social media is the magical cure-all for happiness. The film stars Kelly Lamor Wilson and Misha Osherovich from Blumhouse's "Freaky."
NATHAN CROOKER is an accomplished filmmaker who helms from Leominster, Massachusetts, a small working-class town in the shadows of Boston. There he developed an interest in narrative
and visual storytelling with an authentic and raw cinematic style.
Crooker found his voice in narrative filmmaking through horror with his first short, "Playback" that went viral in just one day. Both "Playback" and “Midnight Delivery” have had wild success at many of the top film festivals around the world. “Playback” has struck a chord with many others in the horror world including, Blumhouse’s producer, Couper Samuelson, saying “What a lovely twisted little movie. Lucky Mckee, the horror director of such hits as “May” and “The Woman,” said, “Nathan Crooker has devised a wicked, atmospheric nightmare.”
Crooker is also an accomplished producer having recently created and produced the horror anthology “Isolation,” helming some of the genre’s most innovative directors such as Larry Fessenden, Dennie Gordon, and Bobby Roe. He also produced the horror feature “Until Someone Gets Hurt,” starring Michael Welch from “Twilight.”
Last year Crooker founded his production company Ghost Gang. Speaking to contemporary social issues in the genre world, Ghost Gang champions artistic collaborations with prolific and original
voices and strives to push the boundaries of horror, science fiction and dark drama, while creating a unique visual language.