Personal Profile

Fritz Feick

Fritz Feick (Los Angeles) who was also the writer and editor of The Enduring Call, is the owner/editor of Aftershock Digital, an award-winning post house in Los Angeles. Feick has cut high-end music videos and commercials (including Superbowl spots) as well as features like “Save the Last Dance,” “Che.” the Momento-esque “Everybody Dies,” and Sundance favorite “Expired” starring
Jason Patric & Samantha Morton.

Fritz Feick’s first film, “Bulgare,” won a Gold Award at the Houston Film Festival and went on to win the celebrated Bohemian Crystal for Dramatic Programs at The Golden Prague International Television Festival. Bulgare would later become part of the collections of the Museum of Television in New York and the Center for Independent Journalism in Prague.

Fritz Feick's company, Aftershock Digital has emerged as a top creative boutique to the advertising, film and television industries. Several films Feick has edited have been Official Selections at Sundance and Cannes. His creative team includes a group of hard working, inventive, and client-oriented editors who are committed to excellent work, extraordinary service, and a superior end-product.

Aftershock Digital is an HD facility in Hollywood currently with 5 on-line edit suites.

Short film credits

Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Image from The Enduring Call

The Enduring Call

United States | Aug 2009 | 29:30
When a young couple investigates the disappearance of endangered wildlife, they risk everything in a haunting encounter with unpredictable forces.
Information on this profile is provided by the person and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 29 Oct 2010