Category Archives: Collection Agency Films
Here’s the second video Dano Johnson and I created for the Filmmakers for Bill White initiative. It stars John Merriman and Emily Kaye. [YouTube link]
Embedded above is the first video I created for Texas Gubernatorial candidate Bill White as part of the Filmmakers for Bill White initiative. In this spot current Texas Governor Rick Perry is played by actor/filmmaker John Merriman. You can read … Continue reading
I redesigned my website, so I figure it’s a good time to give an update on what I’ve been working on. Dano Johnson and I recently completed two ads for Democratic Texas Gubernatorial candidate Bill White and I’m currently finishing … Continue reading
Collection Agency Films’ The Bright Knight just took home a Gold Pollie Award for Best Web Video. The spot was written by Dano Johnson and myself from a concept by Bill Hillsman, it was produced by Collection Agency Films and … Continue reading
A screen grab from Collection Agency Film’s ad for Charles Wheelan (which was written by Dano Johnson and myself, from an idea by Bill Hillsman) was recently used as the photo for the Huffington Post’s story on “The Craziest Political … Continue reading
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE TALKS ABOUT JOLLYVILLE PICTURES, THE BALLAD OF FRIDAY AND JUNE, COLLECTION AGENCY FILMS, YEAR AT DANGER, ZOMBIE A GO GO, etc.
The Austin Chronicle’s Marc Savlov recently wrote an article about the “loosely knit” filmmaking collective Jollyville Pictures, to which I belong. Savlov mainly talks about The Ballad of Friday and June, calling it “one of the most exquisite short films … Continue reading
Collection Agency Films was commissioned by the Secular Student Alliance to write and produce a funny and informative video about their organization… So here it is.
I just found out The Insur-Animals: Episode 1 won two Pollie Awards (which recognize “the best in political and public affairs communications”). The video took home a silver for “Best Use of Web Video” and a bronze for “Best Use … Continue reading
The final three episodes of Insur-Animals were finished in 2008 but only appeared online last week. Fortunately (sort of) the health care debate continues and these cartoon are still relevant. Insur-Animals were produced by Collection Agency Films. Check out Episode … Continue reading
The first episode of The Insur-Animals is featured on this week’s Channel Frederator Podcast. You can read more about their latest podcast on the Channel Frederator blog, and check out their interview with Dano Johnson about the “worst animal-headed superheroes.”