I Might Be Famous
Former child star Tabitha Briarwood knew her career was on a downward slope. But it recently took a sharp turn off a clip when an infotainment show announced her death. Now desperate to regain her former glory, Tabitha has a plan to get back on the A-list—or, at the very least, the B-list. I Might Be Famous, a 14-minute film, won the Audience Choice Award at the Royal Starr Film Festival and was released on October 2, 2017 exclusively on Amazon.
For lifelong overachievers Ava and Maddie, one major misstep is the difference between Harvard and hopeless. After getting kicked out of high school, the girls find themselves with nothing but middle school diplomas and big dreams. This sitcom follows them as they attempt to navigate life beyond the classroom. This show has been viewed more than one million times online and won awards for Best New Media and Best Actress (Victoria Gordon) at the Hollywood International Media Awards. It is now available for viewing on Amazon.
Behind The Times
In this sitcom pilot, we follow the average lives of the Wells family, whose dated antics seem more out of Leave it to Beaver than the real world. When Mrs. K moves into town, the Wellses find themselves under the microscope of their nosy new neighbor. But through it all, this close-knit family lovingly pokes fun at the classic family sitcom while reminding us that, as TV always taught us, life can be sweet, fun, and easily sewn up in 22 minutes. Behind the Times appeared at film festivals throughout the US and abroad, including the London International Film Festival (where it was nominated for Best Comedy) and the IFS Film Festival, where creator-star Victoria Gordon received the festival jury’s Vanguard Award for Breakthrough Performance. The show is currently streaming on Amazon.