Monthly Archives: March 2014
I decided not to premiere “Hypothetically” online because I feared no film festivals would accept it. It is common knowledge that posting a film online, whether a short or a feature, makes it ineligible for film festivals. Well, that common knowledge is wrong (at least for short films). Months ago, I was turned on to […]
I had the privilege of meeting Geoffrey Pomeroy in a “10-minute” play showcase with the Abingdon Theatre Company. At the time, I was in the midst of casting the webseries Death’s Door. Watching him perform, I realized that Geoffrey was a very good actor, and he had an interesting quality to him that I found […]
Directing “Hypothetically” was a blast. I was able to reconnect with Joe and Mickey (I’d directed these two previously on stage) and to work for the first time with the wonderful and hilarious Vincent Pastore. When I first read Geoffrey’s script, I was immediately drawn to its quirky, comedic, danger. It reminded me a little […]
Vincent Pastore, one of the stars of “Hypothetically,” is in the Broadway production of Bullets Over Broadway. This new musical is based on the 1994 comedy-crime film written by Woody Allen and Douglas McGrath. The production is now in previews at the St. James Theatre. Also in the cast is Brooks Ashmanskas (Promises, Promises), Zack […]
“Hypothetically” is an official selection for the Sarasota Film Festival! The short film will screen Saturday, April 5 at 11am along with five other comedy shorts. If attending the festival, click here to purchase tickets.
The short film “Hypothetically” is an official selection of the 2014 Cleveland International Film festival which will be held March 19 – 30.
I initially came up with the idea for “Hypothetically” after seeing an episode of one of the many Prime-Time cop dramas that dominate the airwaves. In this particular episode, the cops wanted to interrogate some small-time crook who they think might have witnessed a homicide. This crook wants to cooperate, but in doing so, he […]