Corrections is a near-future science fiction film about crime and punishment. Created with Moving Picture Institute support, the film takes place in a next-generation prison where inmates are rehabilitated and tested through simulations that evaluate their moral resolve in their most intimate moments. The film follows Cyrus, a prison parole technician, as he becomes obsessed with Alice, a beautiful and sociopathic inmate that the system seems unable to reform. I wrote and directed the film to examine ideas and themes that are especially relevant to today's debate about surveillance, privacy and the role of the state in defining ethics and evaluating our choices. This film is currently in the final stages of production and will hopefully be finished in early 2017.