The Last Supper Café is currently in post-production and The Xenophobes is in pre-production. There have been multiple delays owing to the pandemic. Objects in the Mirror is on Amazon Prime.
Our fabulous new courtroom drama, Objects in the Mirror, is finished. Stay tuned for festival and release information! The distribution sales representative for this film is Adler & Associates Entertainment, Inc. All queries should be addressed to them, thanks. Opening music: Zadok the Priest by Handel, performed by Chantelle Constable & Hal Dace
“religious fanatic accidentally helps SETI scientist in search for aliens” One way or another… we’re going to find a way to finance the feature film. Stay tuned… If you like the trailer you might want to read the four-page synopsis of the full story of the movie. It’s here. Mind blowing. Really. Recently we got a good review from the Hot Wampa folks. An edited version of the review is here. Welcome to the trailer for Miss Wisenheimer and the Aliens, a forthcoming movie about humanity’s…read more
Have you ever thought, “I don’t think it can be right that the engine of evolution relies on a random mutation”? If you have, then you’ve come to the right place. The 1971 winner of the Nobel Prize in science, Dr. Dennis Gabor said: “I just cannot believe that everything developed by random mutations…” He’s just one of thousands of scientists who want a scientific alternative to the neo-Darwinist random mutation straightjacket. If you play the guitar all your life, will your child be born with calluses on one’s fingertips? Neo-Darwinists…read more
This clip is of the classic song Atomic performed live in Glasgow in 1998. No Exit has Blondie’s best live performances. If you love Blondie, you must see it. Purchase of this film on DVD for $17 + shipping amazon instant video rent or buy More Information Originally broadcast on TV in 34 countries, this film was largely forgotten owing to the release of the somewhat less exciting Blondie Live. It was finally released on DVD in 2008 and received ecstatic reviews. Owing to logistical problems, it was unavailable for…read more
This clip is of an incredibly beautiful ballad from Debbie & the Passengers called Wednesday Afternoon. It’s about an affair that only occurs on Wednesday afternoons because that’s the only time the man in question is able to sneak away from work to be with the lady singing the song. This film is a true original, and it’s about truly original artists. It follows them on their tour of England in 1998 with loving audiences and incredible musical performances and singing. The style of the film is visually expressive in…read more