Two co-workers begin to wonder if their jobs are worthwhile after staying late at the office and witnessing a monster take their co-worker.
Eric Eppinger's A Night at the Office is inspired by his own experiences working in a corporate office. Eppinger pulls inspiration from the mundane and adds absurdity to create a relatable perspective.
Eppinger kicked off the project by sending the script to Roberta Munroe (also known as the 'Short Films Queen') after attending one of her seminars. Munroe decided to produce the film.
Munroe is author of "How Not to Make a Short Film: Secrets from a Sundance Programmer," an Amazon bestseller. Munroe programmed shorts for the Sundance Film Festival from 2001 until 2006, gaining tons of knowledge in the field. An award-winning filmmaker herself, Munroe works with filmmakers to polish their work and help steer their films to festivals such as Sundance, Cannes Short Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival and Outfest Film Festival.