AnC Movies


Trisha Borowicz

Charlie Borowicz

Barnaby Aaron

Nathaniel Blume

AnC began serious work in 2002 with its short "Him Her Roland" which appeared in several festivals throughout the country. They followed that with "Embolism," winning the Creative Achievement Award at the Frederick Film Festival in 2003; "Mustache 2" which would go on to be featured in “Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby,” a collaborative show between the IMOCA in Indy and The Creative Alliance at the Patterson in Baltimore; and others shorts culminating in the group show ‘Movie Prom - a collection of six AnC shorts’ in 2005. They continued to produce short work until 2007 when pre-production on Science, Sex and the Ladies began in earnest.

Science, Sex, and the Ladies was an ensemble production. Please visit for a complete cast list with bios and photos.

Trisha Borowicz was born and raised in Central Indiana, and has been making movies with AnC there since 1998. She has co-directed and co-written a variety of shorts, including “HIM HER ROLAND,” “Ladies and Gentlemen, We Assume,” and “Embolism,” the Creative Achievement Award winner at the 2003 Frederick Film Festival. Trisha also graduated from Butler University in 2002 and has been working as a Molecular Biologist since. Her science background has been a large influence on the writing and research for AnC Movie’s first feature, “Science, Sex and the Ladies.”



Charlie Borowicz has been a part of AnC Movies since its beginning in 1998. He graduated from Ball State University in 2002 with a BA in photography and has worked on a plethora of projects over the years, including many local projects such as “Don’t Eat Children” commissioned by the IMOCA,  “Stop and Smell the Fixed Gear” with Track Stand Specialist Burd Phillips, a variety of music videos for artists including ‘Eisenhower Field Day’ and ‘Sphie’ and recently with Motus Dance, collaborating on an art piece that helped them achieve their $8,000 Kickstarter fundraising goal.


Barnaby Aaron was born in Tennessee and raised in Central Indiana.  He graduated from Indiana University in 2002 with a BA in Philosophy and Political Science.  He has been a principal member of AnC Movies for over 15 years, working as a collaborator on shorts like “Mustache 2” (writer/actor) which was showcased in ‘Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby’ a collaborative show between the IMOCA in Indy and The Creative Alliance at the Patterson in Baltimore and "The MD Hearts Series" (Writer).  Barnaby currently lives and works in Indianapolis. He has 3 cats and enjoys ultimate frisbee.


Nathaniel Blume is a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana where he began playing trumpet at a young age.  Due to his obsession with "The X-Files" growing up, he wanted to be a forensic pathologist for the FBI.  However, his penchant for the dramatic focused elsewhere when he decided to forge a career in music and film.


Blume has degrees in music composition from Butler University (Indianapolis) and Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh) where he studied with Michael Schelle and Leonardo Balada, respectively. He completed film scoring studies in the prestigious Scoring for Motion Picture and Television program at the University of Southern California with such composers as Christopher Young, Jack Smalley, Joel McNeely, and Eric Schmidt.


Since graduating from USC, Blume has worked on a number of film and television projects.  Recently, he composed the score for the documentary "Shakespeare High" which was an official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival and recognized by the US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.  Nathaniel has also written additional music on many television programs such as "Arrow" (CW), "The Mentalist" (CBS), "Pan Am" (ABC), and "The Assassination of President Kennedy" (CNN).


"Science Sex and the Ladies" marks Blume's second feature length film score.



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