Bringing back the 90s
Everything Sucks! is a new comedy scheduled to premiere on Netflix in 2018. In brief, it’s 1996, we’re in high school, and we’re in Oregon. The quirky, outrageous, and unforgettable peculiarities of the time are brought back to life in this hilarious comedy.
Why bring back the 90s? The shows creators, Ben York Jones (Like Crazy) and Michael Mohan (Save the Date) say is best, “We think this is a great time to take a look back at high school and relive the fashion, music, and attitudes of the mid-’90’s the way we remember it. Not sensationalized, not watered down; but desperate, heartfelt, awkward, and exciting.”
An Unexpected Romance
A shy, brilliant boy and a popular girl fall into an unexpected romance, but as their bond deepens, his attraction begins taking on dark overtones.
Available on: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Google Play.
To learn more, please visit IMDB.
A Guy, A Guitar And A Girl
Where passions collide
A Guy, A Girl And A Guitar is the story of a young man on his journey to success, and the choices he makes to find balance between his love of music and the love of his life.
As the producer and star of this film, I am so excited to see it come to life. I have been so fortunate to work with so many talented people. The film is currently in production. I hope that audiences enjoy watching the film as much as I have enjoyed making it.
My Summer As A Goth
A search for identity and love
My Summer as a Goth is a coming-of-age comedy about the sometimes painful—often entertaining—search for identity and love in adolescence.
After the sudden death of her father, 16-year-old, tomboy Joey Javitts is sent to stay with her eccentric grandparents while her author mother promotes her latest novel. Joey promptly falls for the beguiling Goth boy next door, Victor, and is transformed by him and his merry band of misfits in black.
Set in present-day Portland, My Summer as a Goth navigates Joey’s relationships with her new friends, her family and herself, and will resonate with anyone who survived the social alienation of adolescence—and that first summer heartbreak.
To learn more, please visit the film websites for My Summer as a Goth.
Left of Sanctuary
From the underworld, to everyday life
Left of Sanctuary is a short film about a mobster seeking sanctuary. The story follows a mobster and his daughter as they adjust to a normal life.