Friends on a Bench: Zumba will have it's Los Angeles premiere at the Die Laughing Film Festival. This a sequel to the short, Friends on a Bench, which won writers/stars Jill Carty & Emily Churchill the award of Best Comedy Duo. We're hoping that this year the reception will be just as strong for the…Read more Friends on a Bench: Zumba premiere at the Die Laughing Film Festival
We are proud to present this short, written by our own Michael Chau and Directed by our co-conspirator, John Scherer. "The end of the world is a conundrum. On the one hand, the complete annihilation of society and life as we know it is incomprehensibly terrifying. On the other though, there's something a little exhilarating…Read more Conversations at the End of the World: Prepared
"Online dating can be MURDER" Borderline Criminal Productions recently dropped the trailer for our recent co-production Swipe Left and we are simply pleased as punch. Swipe left is a short horror film in the vein of John Carpenter thrillers like Halloween. Director/Writer Kevin Mosteller's take on online dating platforms, through the lens of a throw-back 80's horror…Read more SWIPE LEFT TRAILER DROPS!
GET UP AND GO continues to be accepted into festival after festival!! This one is a special treat as this festival is happening in my hometown and there's so many great films that will be featured. We're providing a little levity to the fest as part of the Vineyard Shorts block, Sunday the 18th at…Read more GET UP AND GO: Screening at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival
UPDATE: Get up and Go will be shown in the 5pm block on Saturday, March 10th. Venue: Promenade Playhouse 1404 3rd St, Santa Monica CA For more details go to: https://www.lasff.com/2018.html Follow this link for your tickets. Be sure to get tickets for Saturday the 10th: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/shoppingcart?mfid=1519580945441_764f2e2df12ee&flowlogging_id=764f2e2df12ee#/checkout/shoppingCart
Maria Ciampa is someone I've know for years going back to hot mess comedy shows back in Boston. You may also recognize her as Detective Bloomfield from our film DICKRIPPER. Maria called me one day saying that she's been going through her old diaries and she wants to do a series. I asked her, "how many do…Read more Maria Ciampa’s Diary of a Gen-X-tra Awkward Girl