YouTube invited their most popular 2012 internet sensations to star in a mash-up of culturally defining moments of 2012. Can you spot all the references?
Electric Slide, the upcoming action crime thriller movie directed by Tristan Patterson and starring Chloë Sevigny, Patricia Arquette, Constance Wu, Isabel Lucas & Jim Sturgess
Two brothers maneuver through the criminal underworld of Los Angeles in search of wealth, love and redemption. Their string of success screeches to a halt when a high-stakes job goes horribly wrong. Soon they find themselves at the mercy of a crooked mob lawyer and tangled in a love triangle with a sexy femme fatale. […]
Home early from their vacation, a wealthy Pacific Palisades couple discovers a pair of homeless young lovers have moved into their home.
I had the pleasure of location managing three short films starring Kevin Spacey for the Jameson 1st Shot Films competition. Filming in Los Angeles with a shoestring budget, six days of production, and directors from New York, South Africa, and Russia was an unforgettable experience!
The first feature film from comedy leaders CollegeHumor, Coffee Town is an updated workplace comedy for the generation that works out of coffee shops.
Kate and Charlie like to have a good time. Their marriage thrives on a shared fondness for music, laughter . . . and getting smashed.
A boozy, washed-up rocker (Robert Carlyle) must finally come to terms with his inner demons when he is threatened with deportation in the wake of a DUI arrest combined with an old drug charge.
Frank is the withdrawn owner of a mannequin store, but his life changes when young artist Anna appears asking for his help with her new exhibition. As their friendship develops and Frank’s obsession escalates and the number of victims increases, it becomes clear that Frank is far more dangerous than he seems.
Starring Academy Award Nominee John Hawkes, Academy Award Nominee William H. Macy and Academy Award Winner Helen Hunt, the film is based on the true story of California-based journalist and poet Mark O’Brien. Portrayed by the exceptionally gifted John Hawkes — who gives a career-defining performance, O’Brien’s story is the immensely poignant and surprisingly funny […]