Category Archives: Film Festivals
After its Sundance premiere, Anna Margaret Hollyman’s Maude is coming home to screen at SXSW. A list of screening times and a teaser trailer can be found here.
After a long festival run that included The Overlook Film Festival, Fantasia, Cucalorus, BendFilm, Telluride Horror Show, Cinepocalypse, Indie Memphis, and Sidewalk, my dark comedy short film Don’t Ever Change is now streaming on Vimeo. Since going live last week … Continue reading
A few months ago I was very fortunate enough to edit Anna Margaret Hollyman’s very funny directorial debut Maude. Now I’m happy to report that Maude is going to have its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival! For … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce that Travis Mathews’ Discreet is coming to VOD in North America via Uncork’d Entertainment. For more information on the deal check out the write-up at ScreenDaily. Meanwhile the film continues its international festival run tonight at NewFest in … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that my short film Don’t Ever Change will be making its international premiere at the incredible Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal on July 19th!
I’m excited to announce that my new short film Don’t Ever Change will be premiering at The Overlook Film Festival! I wrote and directed the film, which stars Cyndi Williams, Heather Kafka, and Frank Mosley, was produced by Jennifer Harlow … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that Travis Mathews’ new film Discreet, which I was producing one year ago today, is going to have its world premiere in the Panorama Section at the Berlinale Film Festival. The film has already garnered press … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that Carlyn Hudson’s The Big Spoon will be premiering at this year’s Austin Film Festival. I edited the film which stars Mallory Culbert, Zachary Knighton, Isabelle McNally, and Agustín Silva. You can see the full AFF line-up announcement … Continue reading
In 1990 James Bryan (director of the infamous “video nasty” Don’t Go in the Woods) and his collaborator, cult actress/producer/writer Renee Harmon, produced a shot-on-video horror film called Jungle Trap. After production wrapped… nothing happened and the film ended up sitting on … Continue reading