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  1. Okay, this project is likely right up the alley for most visitors to this forum. Maverick Moore, one of my friends, colleagues, and partners in crime is heading up this short film. He co-wrote the script and will be directing. Maverick is a fairly new professor in the Baylor Film and Digital Media Department, and he's also the Programming Director for my film festival: Deep in the Heart Film Festival (which I just realized I have yet to mention on this board). Please watch the teaser trailer for "My Dinner with Werner," and check out the film's campaign details on Indiegogo: https://www.i
  2. My producing partner and I had a great few years on the festival circuit with 3 of our shorts, and all of that experience made us realize that Waco, the town he calls home, was in need of a quality film festival. So with a lot of additional research, and an amazing advisory board, we premiered the Deep in the Heart Film Festival last year. The consistent comment that we got over and over from both attending filmmakers and our audience was that Deep in the Heart did not feel like a first year festival. The Texas Film Commission was also in attendance, and they said it felt like we'd alread
  3. As I mentioned in the thread for my debut festival short, Moving Day: we are still in the middle of a great festival run! Now we've finished our second short, "The Usual Silence," and have begun festival submissions. This film is based on an actual experience I had at work this past year. While I'd never wish on anyone what I witnessed, I'm grateful for the chance to explore what happened, and I look forward to sharing the experience with an audience. Since it's a short film we felt it best to keep the trailer short as well. You can watch it here.
  4. I haven't been on this forum in quite a while. I guess over the past few years I've been making more films and videos than watching them. Until recently, most projects have been for competitions or contests. Of course, having a family and a full time job on top of all that keeps me busy. My latest film venture is different than everything I've done recently. It's a 20-30 minute short called "Moving Day" Here's the... Logline: When a terminal illness strikes, one couple calls it quits... and for all the right reasons. And a short synopsis: Pete and Carrie are in love, and they'll be
  5. http://vimeo.com/43567120 I finished this last year as my thesis film for my BFA degree, and made it available online recently. It's (surprise!) a post-apocalyptic story, very Road-influenced in terms of setting and the coming-of-age elements, but with an attempt to get into some of the theological implications of how Christians would try to maintain the liturgical elements of worship when everything has utterly collapsed. I originally came at it from an Anglican perspective (I was raised Anglican) but I think it plays more coherently for Catholic and Orthodox audiences. The Anglicanism I gr
  6. Anders

    Ashes (2012)

    You can watch Joe's new short film for free on MUBI here. I'm going to check it out this afternoon.
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