Shout-out to Jason London winning Best Actor for his turn as Jack Ridge in As Far As The Eye Can See at the Hill Country Film Festival. He’s well deserving. Can’t wait to share his performance and this film worldwide later in ’17.
I’ll be triple-booked the wkend of April 27th in Fredericksburg, TX. If you’re around Central Texas this wkend, hope to see you there! As Far As The Eye Can See – Thurs, 27th @ 7pm Jerry Don – Fri, 28th @ 6:15 Screenwriting Panel – Sat, 29th @ 9am *all events at the Fritztown Cinema […]
Jerry Don wakes up from a night of hard drinking. As he tries to piece things together, he is greeted by two conflicting sets of people. One being a cowboy who ranches with Jerry Don, the other a couple who work as film editors with Jerry Don. Which story is true? Jerry Don would […]
As Far As The Eye Can See continues its festival run on April 27th in Fredericksburg, TX at the Hill Country Film Festival. It will be followed the next day by the World Premiere of JERRY DON, a short film of mine that shot in Los Angeles in ’16. Fredericksburg TX will be the place […]
Click the link below to read my write-up on the AFATECS experience at the Lone Star Film Festival. All Gravy: Lone Star Film Festival 2016 Gets Straight A’s from this Moviemaker
David Hanley, a writer and critic for Offscreen, honored As Far As The Eye Can See by calling it one of his 10 favorite films of 2016. And it hasn’t even been released yet… but we’ll gladly take it! Thanks, David.
Kicking off ’17 with a bang, As Far As The Eye Can See will be a part of the Durango Independent Film Festival from March 1-5. Stay tuned for specific screen times… and for more festival screenings in the new year… http://durangofilm.org/
David Franklin, director of As Far As The Eye Can See, was recently interviewed by David Hanley for his online publication Offscreen. This interview is a thorough and insightful take on the behind-the-scenes of our film. Give it a read… http://offscreen.com/view/as-far-as-the-eye-can-see-david-franklin-interview
As Far As The Eye Can See was awarded with the Best Texas Film at the Lone Star Film Festival. Big thanks to LSFF for this kind award and to the great city of Fort Worth! https://www.facebook.com/LoneStarFilmFestival/photos/?tab=album&album_id=518906341636420
Hey Friends – The word it starting to get out about As Far As The Eye Can See’s Texas Premiere at the Lone Star Film Festival on Friday, Nov 11th @ 6pm. See what the Fort Worth Star Telegram and Fort Worth Magazine have to say… http://www.star-telegram.com/living/article112047292.html http://www.fwtx.com/articles/fwtxmagculture-fwliving/fwliving-culture/small-town-high-culture-meet-film-premiering-lone