Tape Recorder will be screening next weekend as an official selection at the 10th annual Omaha Film Festival. It’s a wonderful fest and I’m really pleased to be back in it with this short. Full Disclosure won the Best Short Film Award at the very first OFF in 2006. So I was really pleased recently when Jeremy Decker the festival director asked if they could show Full Disclosure again as part of a retrospective of fav films from their first ten years. If you’re in Omaha next weekend, come on down and check out the festival. Here are the screening times:
- Tape Recorder – Short Film Block #7 “Comedy” Sat. 3/14/15 5:00PM Village Pointe Theater #9 (304 N 174th Street, Omaha, NE)
- Full Disclosure – OFF Shorts Retrospective Sun 3/15/15 2:15PM Village Pointe Theater #16 (304 N 174th Street, Omaha, NE)
Tonight is Tape Recorder’s premiere. Thanks to everyone who helped make the film and get us here. I am so grateful. (Plus we had a lot of fun along the way!)
I’m told a few tickets are still available but they’re expecting a sell-out, so act fast. Tickets are available at the SIFF Box Office: (Direct link for ShortsFest Closing Night screening, including Tape Recorder.)
I will be doing a Q&A along with most of the team. See you there!
I’m thrilled to announce that my new short film, Tape Recorder starring Basil Harris and Alycia Delmore will premiere as an Official Selection at the Seattle International Film Festival in May 2014. Specifically, it will be screening Memorial Day, May 26th at 6:30PM as part of the SIFF ShortsFest Closing Night screening. Tickets are available at the SIFF.net Box Office. It’s going to be a great show and to me watching new independent films is really best enjoyed with a crowd so I really hope you can make it. Buy your tickets early, since it’s sure to be a sell-out crowd. I am certainly planning to attend and speak after the screening and I expect the film’s cast and crew will be there too. (continue reading…)
If you’ve been reading my posts, you know that I’ve been making a big push to launch my films onto the Internet using Reelhouse and IndieFlix. The big news is that several of my favorite short films have now launched on IndieFlix. What I love about IndieFlix as a subscriber is that I can always find cool, interesting, well made films to watch. For me the difference between IndieFlix’s curated listings and just about every other video service around is like the difference between going to a great film festival or channel surfing basic cable at 3:25 in the morning. (Sure there is good content around, but try to find it!)
As a filmmaker, I like having my films viewed by an audience who appreciates films like this and want to have constant access to awesome independent films and series. IndieFlix subscribers can view any of the films right here. If you’re not a subscriber, I have a special offer for a free trial coupon code below.
I’m very pleased to say that my first feature film, Entry Level, is available again for the first time anywhere–and it’s on a platform that I really love, IndieFlix. Entry Level is a comedy about starting your life over and the craziness of looking for a job. It stars D.B. Sweeney, Missi Pyle, Kurtwood Smith, Cedric Yarbrough, Lisa Ann Walter, and Taylor Negron. It won Best Feature and Best Writing awards at VisionFest and played in several other film festivals. The original distributor, Porchlight Entertainment went belly up and I’m happy to be able to share this film again. You can see its ratings from the DVD version on Netflix. People say some nice things. What’s more, the film is available for the first time in 1080P HD. I hope you’ll check out Entry Level on IndieFlix. (continue reading…)