Nebraska Authors

Dorothy Booraem

Dorothy Booraem is a film director, writer and producer best known for Wake the Witch (2010), Blood Rites (2012) and The Deadly Bridal Shower (2008).

Places Lived

South Carolina
Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Play/Screenplay
  • Visual Work

Keywords

Films - Nebraska

Occupation

Film Dicrector
Producer
Screenplay Writer

Places Worked

Unfiltered Entertainment

Bibliography

Good Wise Mischief. 1993. (Short)
Valhalla of the Dolls. 2002. (Short)
The Deadly Bridal Shower. 2003. (Short)
The Life of Riley. 2004. (Short)
Chaos & Fortune. 2004. (Short)
Blue Room. 2005. (Short)
Gertrude’s Nightmare. 2006. (Short)
Smoke Break. 2006. (Short)
Waiting for the Wii 2007. (Documentary short)
Happy Fun Song 2007. (Music video)
The Mysterious Castle. 2007. (Short)
Manna for the Damned. 2007. (Short)
Wake the Witch. 2008. (Feature)
Blood Rites. 2010. (Feature)
Santeria Cloaca. 2010. (Short)
On the Inside. 2011. (Web series)
Rough Beast. 2011. (Short)
Heartless. 2012. (Web series)
Boy Chasers 2013. (Short)
No Exit. 2015. (Short)
Kiss A Fella. 2015. (Short)
Corruptor. 2016. (Feature)
Salvation. 2017. (Music video)
End of the Road. 2017. (Short)

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