Category Archives: Cinema Six
I’m happy to announce that my short films The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul and Six Hundred and Forty-One Slates have joined the amazing library of films currently streaming at Fandor. In addition, I’m now featured on the site as … Continue reading
Mark Potts and Cole Selix’s Cinema Six is now streaming on Hulu, for free, right here.
Mark Potts and Cole Selix’s Cinema Six (which I produced and edited) is now available on cable VOD via Devolver Digital Films, look for a full digital release in early 2014.
A bunch of my projects have ended up on some “Best of 2012” lists. Mark Bell at Film Threat called Cinema Six the second best film of the year (only after Django Unchained) and Don Simpson at Smells Like Screen Spirit listed … Continue reading
Pictures of Superheroes, is going to have its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival. The film was included in AFF’s “early ten” announcement, which you can read about at Variety, Movieline, The Austin American Statesman, The Austin Chronicle, and Indiewire, and you … Continue reading
My short film Six Hundred and Forty-One Slates continues its festival run with September screenings at the Oakland Underground Film Festival and the South Texas Underground Film Festival. It’s also picked up some press from Laughing Squid, The SF Egotist, and … Continue reading
Since its world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival this weekend, reviews have been pouring in for our film Cinema Six. Film Threat: 5 Stars. I urge you, if you like to laugh, to find out where Cinema Six is playing … Continue reading
We’re very excited to announce that Mark Potts and Cole Selix’s Cinema Six is going to have it world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival and to celebrate we’ve released the film’s trailer [NSFW] and poster (designed by Yen Tan, Otto is the One). In addition, … Continue reading
The trailer for Pictures of Superheroes has been making the rounds on the internet and getting some press. Don Simpson at Film School Rejects says: …if I was a praying man, I would be praying that Don Swaynos’ Pictures of Superheroes and Mark … Continue reading