High Profits, the eight part docu-series I’ve been editing for Bat Bridge Entertainment, will premiere Sunday, April 19th at 10PM ET/PT on CNN. I’m really proud of this show and I can’t wait for people to finally see it. From CNN:
In the newest CNN Original Series High Profits, viewers will meet Brian Rogers and Caitlin McGuire: two business-minded, dream seeking, relentless visionaries with a plan unlike any other – to franchise marijuana. The eight-part series, produced by Bat Bridge Entertainment, will grant exclusive access to the couple poised to be the first ever “moguls of marijuana.”
Watch the trailer after the jump. Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that John Bryant’s dark comedy The Samaritans (which I edited) took home the Jury Prize for Best Texas Short at the SXSW Film Festival.
After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Brad Besser’s documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV (which I produced) will make its Canadian Premiere at the prestigious Hot Docs Film Festival on April 26th. For more on the film, like it on Facebook or follow it on Twitter.
I’m happy to announce that John Bryant’s dark comedy short The Samaritans (formerly John 3:16), which I edited, is going to have its world premiere at SXSW on Tuesday March 17th. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce that Bill Hader has signed on to narrate Brad Besser’s Sundance documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV. Deadline first broke the news along with a first look at our teaser trailer, which you can see after the jump. Continue reading
Brad Besser’s Beaver Trilogy Part IV is going to make its world premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The documentary tells the story surrounding the creation of Trent Harris’ legendary cult film Beaver Trilogy and I’m honored to be producing it along with Brad, Jonathan Duffy, and Kelly Williams.
Jennifer Harlow’s The Sideways Light has been receiving positive reviews following its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival. Don Simpson at Smells Like Screen Spirit says the film expresses “an exuberant amount of directorial patience in the methodical pacing… a meticulous exercise in mood and tone,” Cinemen calls it “a refreshing take on a ghost story,” The Austin Chronicle states “Harlow is trying for new territory here… Cinematic depictions of senility often come across as demeaning, comedic shtick… Instead, Jefferies’ battles with the invisible, whether real or imagined, are truly heartrending.”
The film screens again this Thursday at the Lone Star International Film Festival in Fort Worth.
Just in time for Halloween my short film, The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul, is now online. The film focuses on the bad day in the life of horror host Dr. Ghoul, played by Chris Doubek (Computer Chess, Lovers of Hate, White Reindeer). You can see the entire eight-minute film after the jump.
I’m currently editing CNN’s recently announced Original Series High Profits. The show’s eight episodes will focus on the owners of the Breckenridge Cannabis Club, entrepreneurs at the forefront of Colorado’s newly legal recreational marijuana industry. The series begins airing in 2015 but CNN has a trailer online now. The show has already been covered in Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly, Deadline, Complex, and MTV.
Jennfier Harlow’s dramatic thriller The Sideways Light is going to have its world premiere October 23rd in the Dark Matters competition at the Austin Film Festival. The film stars Lindsay Burdge (A Teacher, Wild Canaries), Annalee Jefferies (Monsters, Hellion), Matthew Newton and Mark Reeb. For more information check out the film’s website.