Matt Pratt plays 'unhinged Marine Vet in Feature Film 'Every 21 Seconds'

A happy, loving and successful man is brutally attacked in a case of mistaken identity that results in a severe TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). As he attempts to recover against seemingly overwhelming odds, he must find the strength to survive and become the husband and father he once was. Led by his amazing wife, his family and friends do their best to stay together and provide the support needed. During his recovery, he finds a common bond with the unlikeliest of people, a brash and somewhat unhinged Marine Veteran.

Chemtrails Pilot Presentation

Chemtrails is a 'Weekend At Bernies' meets 'Firefly' TV tragi-comedy with tonal qualities much like Falling Skies, Black Mirror, Arrested Development .  The creator J. Sowka will shop Chemtrails for 2017.  Currently the project is in post-production.  
Matt Pratt plays Kyle, an ex-captain and a for-hire mechanic for the invasion who is helping two young adults escape the throws of Alien enslavement.  Unbeknownst to Kyle and the others, they've birthed a resistance, which Sowka plans to proliferate throughout the show.  


Tribeca Film Festival takes on 'EVOLUTION OF A GEN-X MUSIC PURCHASER'

Chicago Filmmaker Jack Marchetti takes his film The Evolution of a Gen-X Music Purchaser through the film festival circuit in the United States and Europe.  The film stars Matt Pratt who plays Zach and also narrates the film.  Currently, an app is in development to allow users to create their own music purchaser themed storyline.  

Chicago Tribune full review


"For the past 6 months and despite my intensive research I could not find anyone to embody the enemy of our main character.  Until I came upon the short film "THE DOG". It was like being thunderstruck, literally a revelation. ... so much so that now I can’t imagine anyone else than Matt Pratt for the part, especially opposite our main character."

Leonard Klein-Director of Performances


Martin Shkreli Tweets about what he thought of our film "It was bad" 

Shriek is a satirical short film about the notorious pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli. The Twin Visuals project was inspired by the infamous TMZ video of Shkreli threatening Ghostface Killah in retaliation for the Wu-Tang Clan rapper calling him a “sh*thead.” After repeatedly watching Shkreli’s original video, director Nic Collins saw a real life super villain unfolding in front of his eyes. He focused his attention on the so-called “goons” behind the “Pharma-douche” and decided to make a short film about the night when the threat video was created.

According to Collins, Shriek started shooting on a Friday night and wrapped early the next morning. The director said Aaron Burns, who played Shriek, gave multiple layers to his key role in the film. Collins also said that the most important scene in Shriek is the conversation between the black actors cast as goons about the type of movie roles they’re typically given.

Not mentioned in UPROXX article:

SUPERMAN (played by actor Matt Pratt) says to Martin “Everybody poops” which is Collin’s way of saying Shkreli is omits HUMANITY in his pharma decisions.

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'The Rainmaker' Nominated for Joseph Jefferson Award, Chicago 2016

Handsome, high-spirited younger brother, Jim, who is in his girl-crazy stage is played by the irresistible Matt Pratt, winningly smitten with the town vamp, Snooky.
— Chicago Sun Times
American Blues Theater has done it right as…well, rain. ...ABT’s seven actors beautifully suited to their roles
— The Wall Street Journal
Matt Pratt is delightfully captivating as Jim. Sometimes played as almost mentally handicapped, Mr. Pratt’s character is just a young, naive optimist who, unlike his older brother Noah, still believes in miracles, magic and love. Mr. Pratt’s good-looking Jim brings much heart, cheer and idealism and rain to this production.
— Chicago Theater Critic
Matt Pratt delights as the bumptious brother who’ll use his fists (quicker than his brain) to defend Lizzie’s right to love. (As for romance, he’s having a summer fling with a town girl who sports a red hat.)
— Stage and Cinema
this family is real. The dynamic between Danny Goldring (Pops), Vincent Teninty (Noah), Matt Pratt (Jimmy) and Morton is solid. The loud blowhard Teninty tries to manage his siblings’ lives. He continually puts down the adorable Pratt.
— The Fourth Walsh
Vincent Teninty and Matt Pratt exhibit a recognizably fraternal dynamic as bossy Noah and naive Jim Curry
— Windy City Times