'Hangry' Movie Poster Released


The official poster for my upcoming short film Hangry has been released. I’m currently in post-production and will be delivering a rough cut to the Memphis Film Prize on June 12. If Hangry is selected to the Top 10, it will screen along with the other nine finalists during the first weekend of August. In the meantime, be sure to Follow on Twitter and Like the official Facebook page to stay up to date.

Poster design by Hannah Lewellen and photography by Kaitlyn Flint.

Casting Call For Short Film 'Hangry'


Right now I’m in pre-production on a new short film that I’ll be directing for The Memphis Film Prize. Hangry is a comedy about one elderly man’s attempt to right a lunchtime wrong. The shoot is scheduled for May 4-5 in Collierville, TN. In addition to an actor to play the main role of The Reverend, I will need extras to portray staff and residents of the nursing home location. If you would like to participate, please use the sign up link below or send an email to hangrymovie@gmail.com.

Upcoming Comedic Short Film Aims for $10k in Prize Money

The Memphis Film Prize is back for its fourth year and I’ll once again be participating in the competition. Currently, I’m in pre-production on Hangry, a comedic short that I wrote which focuses on one old man’s attempt to right a lunchtime wrong.

If you would like to stay up to date on this project and find out how you can get involved, be sure to follow Hangry on Twitter and Like the official Facebook page. Right now I’m working on casting and crewing the film. Here are the roles I need to cast:

Audition sides are available. If you’re interested in submitting a video audition, please email hangrymovie@gmail.com to receive the script and the instructions on where to upload your audition video.

The Memphis Film Prize Launch Party is Thursday, February 7 at the Cove on Broad Ave. at 6:30pm. I’ll be there to discuss my film and to garner interest and support.

Memphis Film Prize: Your Chance to Win $10k


The Memphis Film Prize is back for its 3rd year. The kick off event is scheduled for February 8 from 6:30-9:00PM at the Cove Bar on Broad Avenue. The goal of the Memphis Film Prize is to showcase the city as a viable filmmaking destination and to promote the talents of the local cast and crew (But you don't have to be a resident to participate in the competition; you simply have to shoot within Shelby County limits). I competed in its inaugural year with my short film Final Hitwhich made it into the Top 10.

After registering, filmmakers usually have around three months to produce a short narrative film of their choosing. Judges select the top 10 films and those finalists are screened at the annual Film Prize festival, held each August. The winner of the $10,000 is determined by a combination of audience votes and judges' scores.

If you're a filmmaker in and around the Memphis area, I encourage you to get involved. It's a great way to meet other talented individuals, and you just may walk away with $10,000.