The Faceless Man - Short Film (2017)
What do you see when you look into... The Faceless Man?
An offbeat fable about a disillusioned baby boomer who discovers his face has transformed into a mirror and must venture out into the world to reclaim his identity. Starring William O'Leary (Home Improvement, Hot Shots!, SEAL Team) as The Faceless Man and filmed practically using custom special effects makeup designed by Rogue Planet Laboratories.
Official Selection: 2017 Dances With Films Festival, 2017 LA International Shorts Fest, 2017 Austin Revolution Film Festival, 2017 FilmQuest Festival,
2017 San Jose International Short Film Festival, 2017 Sherman Oaks Film Festival, 2017 Hollyshorts Monthly Screening, 2017 Culver City Film Festival, 2018 Mammoth Film Festival
Winner: Grand Jury Prize (Sherman Oaks Film Festival) & Best Produced Short Script (Austin Revolution Film Festival)
A Deep Dive on how Filmmakers Created The Faceless Man
The Faceless Man Trailer
"Who is The Faceless Man?"
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #1
"How Do You Make a Faceless Man?"
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #2
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #3
"Director Show and Tell"
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #4
"Filming in Los Angeles"
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #5
"The Mirror Game!"
Behind-the-Scenes Teaser #6
Spotlight on "The Faceless Man"
Dances With Films Festival Profile on the Film
PRESS & REVIEWS
August 02, 2018
"We made the crazy decision to shoot 95% of our film into a mirror. Here's how we pulled it off..."
June 06, 2018
Interview with Director Jeremy Foley & Producer Sara O'Reilly (The Movie Sleuth)
The Faceless Man has been making the rounds in the festival circuit for the past few months and now having its online premiere at Film Shortage. I was lucky enough to catch a screening of it at a fundraising event for San Diego’s Horrible Imaginings Film Festival and Director Jeremy Foley and Producer Sara O’Reilly agreed to sit down with me and discuss the film and their creative process...
November 04, 2017
The Faceless Man Review: An Award Winning Short Worth Gazing Into (Screen Mayhem)
Screen Mayhem reviews The Faceless Man: "High praise must go to O’Leary, as The Faceless Man, for conveying mounting fear and confusion, followed by realisation and personal growth, all without the use of his actual face. It’s a masterful piece of acting that must have been both uncomfortable and challenging."