Released in 2018, this guerrilla film follows the life and struggles of three artists who are trying to get their big break in New York City. Squirrels was directed and written by Todd Verow. It stars Dino Petrera, Robbie Gottlieb and Catiriana Reyes.
Shot entirely in black and white, Verow’s film carries an interesting film noir feel to it. V is the unfortunate victim of circumstance, locked in an ever-present battle with the villainous Shawnith. A string of sexually motivated young men float in and out of V’s life until Christian arrives – the unexpected femme fatale, or male fatale as it were.
Bad Boy Street portrays a romantic fling between two men in Paris, despite their age gap. Director Todd Verow’s film focuses on raw love and emotion, as an older Parisian man discovers a hunky young American passed out on the street and takes him inside to care for him.
Avant-garde director Todd Verow delivers another explosive and sexual drama with his 2013 film Tumbledown. Inspired by true events, Tumbledown portrays an emotional love triangle between three men who share a cabin for the weekend. However, their weekend soon leads to a suspenseful series of drugs, sex, and dark obsessions.
A film hitting close to home for director Todd Verow, Vacationland is a drama about an 18-year-old high school senior named Joe who living in Bangor, Maine. Joe is desperate to leave his past life behind him and desires to pursue his dreams by attending art school.
A classically trained actor, Todd Verow’s adventure into filmmaking began at the Rhode Island School of Design and the American Film Institute. He took an interest in cinematography after realizing how much more comfortable he felt on the other side of the lens. Today a recognized veteran of New Queer Cinema, the openly gay Verow has built an impressive career for himself, often working underground on projects with little or no budget.
The 2008 film Between Something and Nothing shares a semi-autobiographical tale of director Todd Verow. The film portrays a young art student at the Rhode Island School of Design who befriends a male hustler and decides to work the streets himself in order to pay his tuition.
The Endless Possibility of Sky is an extreme and visceral view of 24/7 parties, drugs, and gay sex. Not for the faint of heart, director Todd Verow’s film presents a motley cast of sexual outlaws, flawed heroes swept up in melodrama and desperate for a taste of reality.
Adapted from the novel by Jim Dwyer, The Boy with the Sun in His Eyes is a comedic thriller from edgy filmmaker Todd Verow. The film shares the story of a grieving American who travels to Europe in order to work with an Italian b-movie film actress.