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Lone Star Film Festival

As Far As The Eye Can See has been accepted into the Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth.  More details forthcoming later in the month.  Festival runs Nov 10 -13.  Check out the announcement at Lone Star Film Festival announces first ten films for 2016 festival


As Far As The Eye Can See’s website is up and running.  Go here and for any and all movie info… of which there will be plenty…

World Premiere!

As Far As The Eye Can See will be having its World Premiere at the Montreal World Film Festival.  First performance is on Friday, August 26 @ 7pm.  AFATECS is the lone American feature at the festival.  Big shout out to the amazing cast and crew.  MWFF schedule is here – – hope you […]


I’ve been cast in the world premiere of Prospect House Entertainment’s musical about screen icon Marilyn Monroe.  Written and directed by Tegan Summer.  We will enjoy a preview performance at the Alex Theatre in Glendale on July 29th! Prospect House Entertainment, in Association with Glendale Arts Productions, Presents Marilyn!


Happy to share the poster image for the feature, As Far As The Eye Can See.  Big props to Benjamin Wheelock who designed this for us.

Directorial Debut

I am making my directorial debut in May with a short film I wrote entitled, Jerry Don.  Fortunate to have an A-list cast on board:  Malcolm Madera, Lew Temple, Erika Elyse and Nelson Lee.  Cinematography by Kerim Duran.  Pictures and more info forthcoming…

Bose – Mark Ronson

Staying busy in the New Year as I’ll be shooting a Bose internet video with Mark Ronson in celebration of his Grammy nomination for Uptown Funk.  I play an Uber driver… a job I might be doing in real life at some point… stay tuned…


The IndieWIRE interview with director David Franklin for As Far As The Eye Can See.  The cherry-on-top of all that Project of the Day… Week… Month work.  Give it a read.  Stay in the know.

As Far As The Eye Can See

Jack Ridge is stuck, 40 years old, living on a North Texas farm he has let go to seed. In the land of Van Cliburn, where classical piano holds pride of place, Jack is a former prodigy who has withdrawn to his family’s land. His wife has left him, and the week of the annual […]


Forty years after placing his wife in a sanitarium, and at the ripe age of 75, Lester decides to break her out. Complications ensue. L is a new play currently in development.  It was a part of the Road Theatre’s Summer Playwrights Festival in North Hollywood this past summer.