Why Him ?

During the holidays, loving but overprotective Ned (Bryan Cranston) travels to California to visit his daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) at Stanford University. While there, he meets his biggest nightmare: her well-meaning but socially awkward boyfriend Laird (James Franco). Even though Laird is a billionaire, Ned disapproves of his freewheeling attitude and unfiltered language. His panic level escalates even further when he learns that Laird plans to ask for Stephanie's hand in marriage.

Last Day Dream

Directed by: Chris Milk

Produced by: Radical Media

The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down

Released 2007 Directed by Paul Sapiano  Produced by Hani Salim  Big Primpin Productions

An outrageous story blended with a “how to” guide to enjoy a truly insane party lifestyle. The film follows a group of Hollywood party-goers on their escapade as they travel from home to bar to party to after-party seeking the ultimate party experience. Through their adventure, viewers will learn truly insightful – and at times politically incorrect – lessons in nightlife etiquette, which will leave you feeling a bit dirty for enjoying it so much

PONY

PONY  Released 2014

Directed   by Candece Carella

Produced by Sam Bayer and 

                    Xander Berkley

 

This lovely little story was a labor of love, shot in 10 days with micro crew of artists.

Claudia, a hardworking single mom, has to go out of town on an important last minute business trip, forcing her to leave her 5 year old daughter MIKO with uncle JEFF, a rock musician in his 50's who is still running on fumes of his glory days. Spending the weekend looking after a spirited 5 year old, Jeff must suspend his delusions of grandeur and face reality. Miko is the catalyst for him to re-evaluate his life and re-connect with the inspiration that originally led him to music and he is able to gently guide her to a nascent understanding of life's vicissitudes. 

 

 

Electric Heart

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Electric Heart  Released: 2017

Directed by   Ben Mattingly

Produced by  Scott Little

 

Electric Heart is  the first ever silent narrative feature to be accompanied by an Electronic Dance Mix. It's a modern day EDM version of The Artist.
Electric Heart is a buddy road trip film, with our main character, Bryan, traveling with his best friend, Andres, from Portland to Las Vegas for an EDM Festival. Bryan has been invited to the EDM Festival by Lacy, a girl that Bryan thinks he has the opportunity to take it to the next level with.

2nd UNIT 

Marvel's The Avengers (Visual Effects/ 2nd unit) / Logan Media

Iron Man 3 (Visual Effects/ 2nd unit) / Logan Media 

Captain America: The Winter Soldier ((Visual Effects/ 2nd unit) / Logan Media