First day on the Warpath set
First day on the Warpath set

Our leads on the Warpath set
Our leads on the Warpath set

Josh On the Warpath set
Josh On the Warpath set

First day on the Warpath set
First day on the Warpath set

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Josh Becker has just wrapped shooting his brand new movie WARPATH, and it is unlike anything that he's made before. Stay Tuned and Support Indie Film.

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There is a lot of content at Beckerfilms.com. You can read Josh's short stories, his books, his scripts, treatments, reviews, and essays. You can also always interact with Josh by asking him a question. 

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Download a Hi-Res copy of Gerry Kissell's amazing poster art for Josh Becker's WARPATH. Simply download the image file, and take it to your preferred printer to have it on your wall.

 

 

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RUNNING TIME

Starring Bruce Campbell, Anita Barone, and Jeremy Roberts

Directed by Josh Becker

Bruce Campbell (The ''Evil Dead'' Series, TV's ''Burn Notice'') stars as Carl, a man who launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money from the prison that just released him. With the help of an old friend (Jeremy Roberts, ''The People Under the Stairs''), a driver and a safe-cracker, Carl's attempt to carry out the heist is fraught with incompetence and bad luck. As the clock ticks and the circumstances turn tragic, Carl is forced to make the most important decision of his life. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's ''Rope'' and filmed over twenty years before Sam Mendes' ''1917'', writer/director Josh Becker designed ''Running Time'' to play out using the ''one continuous shot'' technique with no computer-assisted trickery. Expertly photographed and edited on film to take place over 70 minutes of real-time, this gritty crime drama was shot entirely on location in the streets of Los Angeles.