Category Archives: Press
Bryan Poyser’s Love & Air Sex was recently named the New York Times Critics’ Pick of the week. Stephen Holden’s review says the film has “a spontaneity and cheeky attitude… along with spirited naturalistic performances that infuse the standard rom-com formula … Continue reading
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.
I was recently interviewed by Sean Malin at Cinemalin, we discussed Pictures of Superheroes, Pit Stop, and editing in general. Check out the full interview here.
After last month’s three sold-out screenings at the Revelation Film Festival in Perth, Australia, Pictures of Superheroes is going to continue its continental tour with a screening at the Sydney Underground Film Festival this September. We’re in great company screening next … Continue reading
Spencer Parson’s Saturday Morning Mystery (formerly Saturday Morning Massacre) is coming to VOD July 17th and getting a theatrical release on August 9th through XLrator Media. You can find out more about the release at Dread Central and see the … Continue reading
Bryan Poyser’s The Bounceback has been getting some great reviews during its festival run, including positive notes from Variety, Twitch, and Ain’t It Cool News. For information about upcoming screenings (and more good reviews) you can check out the film’s … Continue reading
Yen Tan’s Pit Stop received some kind words in B. Ruby Rich’s Sundance wrap-up for Film Quarterly: Yen Tan’s gift for long takes and his comfort with silences makes demands on the audience that films ought to make — and … Continue reading
The two features I have playing at this year’s SXSW, Yen Tan’s Pit Stop and Bryan Poyser’s The Bounceback (pictured above), both released trailers online yesterday. You can see both the trailers and a full list of screening times (and … Continue reading
Following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Yen Tan’s Pit Stop received a fantastic review from Variety: Pit Stop offers fully realized characters, and soft-pedals Lone Star State stereotypes. Never pulling emotional strings, the pic’s unwavering understatement pays off in … Continue reading