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Scroll below to view all of the over 100 Official Selections, Awards, and Honors earned by Limitless Films, Barry Worthington, and Collaborators for the films.
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About

Limitless Films, LLC

Founded in 2010 by filmmaker Barry Worthington, Limitless Films, LLC is an international award-winning film, television, and media arts production company. The company is based in the multiculturally rich community of the greater Gaithersburg, Maryland area,  where Worthington first picked up a camera at age six and never stopped. Today, the work of Limitless Films, Barry Worthington, and Collaborators have earned over 100 Official Selections, Awards, and Honors from film festivals and organizations around the world.

 

The films have reached from Gaithersburg High School’s auditorium in 2005 to venues like the Anthology Archives in New York City, to film festivals as far away as India, and to Hollywood icons like the TCL Chinese Theater. Whether watching the films in a theater, in your home, or on your device, we are excited to be sharing the films with you.

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In addition to filmmaking, Barry Worthington serves as Director on select episodes of White House Chronicle on PBS and other television programming as well as video production. Additionally, he served as the Festival Director for the relaunch of the Film Crash Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2014 and has served as a festival judge and panelist at other film festivals and film organizations.

 

His experience blending filmmaking with serving as an educator started while he was still in High School in 2005 at age 16, serving as a Teacher Apprentice to one of his earliest mentors for an English Speakers of Foreign Languages course that utilized film as a means of understanding and uniting cultures. Since 2014, beginning when he was 26 years old, he has served as an adjunct professor at his alma mater of Towson University for film production and film theory courses as well as supervising student internships. Worthington has also served as an adjunct film/art professor at Howard Community College beginning in 2016. Beginning Spring 2020, he teaches filmmaking at Montgomery College, close to his hometown community.

 

He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electronic Media and Film from Towson University in 2010, studied Directing at UCLA Extension for a semester in 2013 , and earned his Master of Fine Arts degree in Film and Electronic Media from American University in 2018.

Above: Bummer collaborators during an early production meeting. From left: Marili Mejias playing “Marcia”, Assistant Director Mitra I. Arthur, Cinematographer and Director of Photography Michelle Hernandez, Filmmaker, Writer and Director Barry Worthington, Producer Richie Wenzler, and Hope Perry playing “Michelle”.

Above: Filmmaker and Founder of Limitless Films, Barry Worthington.

Photo Credit: Marcella Lasslett

Bummer (2018)

Corrosion (2017)

The Infinitely Generous

Francis Victus (2016)

Sponge (2014)

Tanzanite (circa 2014)

Hollywood Trash (2013)

Kin (2011)

River Haven (2010)