Category Archives: Jollyville Pictures
Bad Lit just posted a teaser trailer for my (almost-finished) feature film Pictures of Superheroes. Check out Bad Lit’s write-up here or check out the teaser after the jump. For more on the film, visit the official site, or follow … Continue reading
I’ve been doing a poor job of posting project updates on here, fortunately The Austin American Statesman published a list of Texas films currently in production which includes two of the films I’m currently working on. The article discusses Jollyville … Continue reading
I’m currently directing a feature-length comedy called Pictures of Superheroes. It stars Kerri Lendo, Shannon McCormick, and John Merriman and is being produced by Tate English and Kelly Williams. The film’s already received some press from Bad Lit so hopefully … Continue reading
JollyvillePictures.com is now online and so is Tate English’s critically-acclaimed, award-winning short film The Ballad of Friday and June (which I produced and edited). Since being posted, the film has receive some nice press from Bad Lit and Film Festival … 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
Tate English’s The Ballad of Friday and June won “Best Short Film” at the Indie Memphis Film Festival this weekend. The film will be screening at the Austin Film Festival on October 24th.
Jollyville Pictures’ The Ballad of Friday and June continues its “World Tour of America’s Southern States,” playing Indie Memphis on October 11th and the Austin Film Festival on October 24th. I’ll be attending both festivals along with director Tate English … Continue reading
Tate English’s short film The Ballad of Friday and June is going to have its world premiere at the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday, September 26th, and then play the next day at the Charlotte Film … Continue reading