Starring Austin Pendleton
The most famous actor you've never heard of.
The quintessential character you might just recognize. Follow Austin as he reflects on his life and craft, while his A-list peers discuss his influence, dogged determination and what it means to be an original in today's celebrity-obsessed world. Introducing: Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Portman, Olympia Dukakis, Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Denis O'Hare, George Morfogen, Laurie Metcalf and more.
A documentary short film; world premier at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, with additional film festival participation including; Catalina Film Festival, Anchorage International Film Festival (Jury Award Winner), Miami Short Film Festival (Winner- Best Documentary Film), DocuWest, Chagrin Documentary Film Festival, NY Indie Theatre Film Festival, Newburyport Documentary Film Festival, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Cape May Film Festival and others.
The documentary feature film is currently available for Educational Distribution via Alexander Street Press (email@example.com) additional streaming opportunities coming with Conde Nast Entertainment. #starringaustinpendleton
The Last Great American Web Series
Dial-up, log on, and strap in/ on with this cult classic you never knew you needed.
Thanks to Morgan Gould & Friends, the web series genre is back! This new American satirical comedy features sex, murder, recycling, and heartbreak in a small seaside town— all the while taking you on a nostalgic, genre-bending journey through the tv shows you know and are embarrassed to love.
TLGAWS screened at Playwrights Horizons (NYC) and several 2018 film festivals including Studio City International Film & TV Festival,
Directors Circle of Festival Shorts, International Women's Film Festival, Miami Independent Film Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, Best Shorts Competition, GLOWFest+
American Dream. SOLD.
The mortgage bubble bursts but the residents of Northern California’s newest luxury GATED community have far bigger issues. This humorous drama pries open the gates of these McMansions to expose their flawed inhabitants. Using an ethnically diverse cast of 7 actors to portray 17 residents, they tackle this newly born dysfunctional suburbia. The illusion of the American dream and the perfect home is torn down by the realities of suicide, mental disorder, child abuse, Iraq, erectile dysfunction and keeps this community GATED.
Nominated for Five Midtown International Theater Festival Awards including Best (Producer/Director/Writer & Play)
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Angry White Men Played by Two Happy Asian Girls
A joy ride through the trials and tribulations two Asian women endure in the entertainment world playing the men that objectify them.
Winner of "Best of the Fringe" in the 2012 The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC).