You Can't Say No

Writer: Hus Miller
Director: Paul Kramer
Producer: Andrew Gunn
Cast: Marguerite Moreau, Peter Fonda, Hamish Linklater, Hus Miller

Just days from signing divorce papers, Hank and Alexandra give their relationship one final shot by playing a game with only one rule: no matter what they ask each other to do, they can't say no.


Spa Night

Writer / Director: Andrew Ahn

A closeted Korean-American teenager follows his desires and finds more than he bargains for at the Korean spa. World Premiere - 2016 Sundance Film Festival - U.S. Dramatic Competition.


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Casting comedic ensemble group for short form video content.



Writer / Director: J.T. Petty

The Gear Virtual Reality device runs off of a Samsung Galaxy phone and gets its content from the simplicity of wifi and an App. "Gone" will be included with Samsung's release of this new headset and will be one of the first long form narratives available for the VR platform. More about


Hunter Gatherer

Writer / Director: Josh Locy
Producers: David Gorden Green, Alex Uhlmann, April Lamb, Sara Murphy
Cast: Andre Royo – 2016 SXSW Film Festival - Jury Recognition for Best Actor

Ashley Douglas believes everything will fall into place when he's released from prison. It doesn't, so he's forced to restart his life with no friends, lovers or connections. Then he meets Jeremy and things begin to turn around. Selected as part of the 2016 SXSW Narrative Feature Competition.



Director: Daniel Alfredson
Producers: Rick Dugdale, Dan Petrie, Jr., Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Gregory Jacobs & Lindsay Williams
Production Co: Enderby Entertainment
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Julia Stiles, Ray Liotta & Alexander Ludwig

An ex-logger comes to the aid of a woman who returns to her hometown in the Pacific Northwest and finds herself harassed and stalked by a former cop turned crime lord.



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Creator/ Director: Sebastian Strasser
Producers: Catherine Baikousis, Christoph Petzenhauser
Production Co: Radical Media Berlin
Cast: R.D. Call & Andre Royo

A compelling story set in a dystopian society of the near future.



Written & Directed by Dan Petrie, Jr.
Producer: Rick Dugdale
Production Co: Enderby Entertainment
Cast: Grace Zabriskie, Brad Dourif, Brendan Coughlin and Ayla Kell

In a raging blizzard five days before Christmas, two young people who need to make it over the mountains ahead of the storm meet by chance. Their journey is quickly thwarted and they are forced to seek shelter with the reclusive owner of the Rosemont Lodge.

Dawn Patrol

Directed by Dan Petrie Jr.
Producer: Rick Dugdale
Production Co: Enderby Entertainment
Cast: Scott Eastwood, Rita Wilson, Jeff Fahey and Julie Carmen

A surfer-turned-Marine is held at gunpoint in a distant desert as he tells his tragic story of revenge gone wrong to stall his execution. Premiered at the Austin Film Festival.

Doobious Sources

Written & Directed by Clif Lord
Cast: Jason Weissbrod, Jeff Lorch and Creagen Dow

A pair of weed-loving, freelance video journalists find themselves targeted by a mark they slandered in one of their exposés.



Written and Directed by Sean Baker
Cast: Dree Hemingway, Besedka Johnson, James Ransone & Stella Maeve

The story is about an unlikely friendship that forms between a 21 year-old and an elderly woman after a hidden stash of money is discovered inside an object from her yard sale. The film Premiered at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, received the Robert Altman Award for Best Ensemble Cast, was nominated for the John Cassavetes Award at the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards and was one of five favorite films of the year on Rotten Tomatoes. Time Magazine called it one of the 10 Best Movies you'll miss and the Vanity Fair's Hollywood Issue called Dree Hemingway a top new talent for the film industry.

Under the Blood Red Sun

Director: Tim Savage
Written by: Graham Salisbury
Cast: Kyler Ki Sakamoto, Kalama Epstein, Dann Seki, Chris Tashima

After a young Hawaiian boy witnesses the attack on Pearl Harbor, the story centers on racist persecution, the government's suspicion of the Japanese and a family's efforts to downplay their heritage and prove their American allegiance.


The Heart of Christmas

Written and Directed by: Gary Wheeler
Cast: Candace Cameron-Bure & George Newbern

A family is devastated when they learn their young son has cancer. But with courage, determination and faith, they give him one last Christmas. In October.


Written and Directed by: Patrick Hasson and Juan Carlos Saizarbitoria
Producer: Rick Dugdale & Dan Petrie Jr.
Production Co: Enderby Entertainment
Cast: Bai Ling, Gabriel De Santi, Bree Essrig and Cherie Daly

A homeless loner moves into a self-storage facility searching for his past, but soon realizes that the place is haunted by a deranged female ghost.


Written and Directed by Jason Wolos
Cast: Tony Denison, John Patrick Amedori and Kandis Erickson

A workaholic chef rekindles his passion for cooking and love, and attempts to repair the bond with his son before losing everything - again. The film Premiered at the Sonoma Film Festival.

Oba The Last Samurai

Produced by: Cine Bazar
Cast: Daniel Baldwin, Treat Williams, Yutaka Takenouchi, Sean McGowan and Mao Inoue

During the end of World War 2, a group of Japanese soldiers fight on after US forces capture most of the island. They refuse to surrender and continue to resist after the Emperor surrenders.

Sweet Pea

Written and Directed by Pixer Artist Emma Coats

Sweetpea follows a pearl-handled revolver and the chase between two outlaws with a complicated relationship.

Oh No You Didn't

Written and Directed by Mira Lew


Written by Kimberly Rose-Wolter and Directed by Michael Kang
Cast: Illeana Douglas, Sung Kang & Janel Parrish

After Lily rejects her boyfriend's marriage proposal, she returns home to Hawaii where she's forced to help out her mother's wedding planning business.


Directed by: Jeremiah Birnbaum
Cast: John Heard, Dendrie Taylor & Faran Tahir

Two mothers bond when their teenage sons are killed in an explosion at a suburban mall only to discover one of their children is the prime suspect. Voted Best Feature at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.


Sideways (Japanese remake)

Produced by: 20th Century Fox Intl.
Director: Cellin Gluck
Cast: Rinko Kikuchi & Griffin Gluck

Shit Year

Written and Directed by Cam Archer
Cast: Ellen Barkin, Melora Walters, Luke Grimes, Bob Einstein and Theresa Randle

An actress finds herself adrift after she quits performing. Film Premiered at 2010 Cannes Film Festival Director’s Fortnight. A 2010 Sundance Film Festival New Frontier selection and Hamptons Film Festival Pioneers Visionary Award winner.


Directed by Mira Lew

A 35-year-old male baton twirler considers doing the deadly Archinko Assault in an attempt to win the World Title and the heart of his beautiful coach. A UCLA MFA film. Part of the SoCal Film Festival and Houston Comedy Film Festival.


Wassup Rockers

Written and Directed by Larry Clark
Cast: Jonathan Velasquez, Francisco Pedrasa, Janice Dickinson & Jeremy Scott
Poster Art: Shepard Fairey

Instead of adhering to the norms of their South Central neighborhood, a group of skater boys opt to bus into Hollywood and Beverly Hills, where they attract local rich girls - and plenty of trouble with the police, jealous boyfriends, and nervous parents. Film Premiered at 2005 Toronto Film Festival and was the Opening Night Film at 2006 Slamdance Film Festival.

Wild Tigers I have Known

Written and Directed by Cam Archer
Executive Producers: Gus Van Sant, Scott Rudin and Darren Stein
Producers: Lars Knudsen & Jay Van Hoy
Cast: Malcolm Stumpf, Fairuza Balk & Kim Dickens

A lyrical telling of the coming-of-age of a 13-year-old boy who learns to cope with his newfound sexuality and his unrequited love for the cool kid in school. Film Premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and won the Sarasota Film Festival Jury Prize for Originality.

My Bollywood Bride

Directed by: Rajiv Virani
Cast: Jason Lewis, Kashmira Shah and Gulshan Grover

A copywriter who dreams of being an adventure novelist meets a vacationing Indian beauty who's really a top Bollywood film star. Film Premiered at the 2006 Palm Springs Film Festival.


Written and Directed by Eric Byler
Cast: Chris Tashima, Allison Sie and Sab Shimono

Long after their breakup, Chinese American Raymond Ding and Amerasian Aurora Crane struggle to let go. Torn apart by mismatched ideals, meddling friends, and the complexities of racial identities, they find other suitable mates but cannot stay away from each other. Film Premiered at 2006 SXSW, was selected to the 2006 San Francisco Asian American Film Festival and was the Closing Night film 2006 VC Film Festival.

Into the Sun

Directed by: mink
Cast: Steven Seagal, Takao Ohsawa and Juliette Marquis

When a government official is killed, an American operative with experience in the Yakuza culture is brought into investigate.

Full Clip

Directed by: mink
Cast: Busta Rhymes, Xzibit, Mark Boone Junior., DeRay Davis & Tommy 'Tiny' Lister

Tongue and cheek 70's style action picture set in a comic book style universe. Joshua Pope returns to his childhood home to claim an inheritance only to find that the local police have turned the town upside down and are ruling with an iron fist. With the help of an old friend, he sets out to reclaim the town he once loved. By any means necessary.


Cast: Dane Cook, Steven Martini and Sticky Fingaz

Two Family House

Directed by: Raymond De Felitta
Cast: Michael Rispoli, Kelly Macdonald and Kathrine Narducci

A dreamer finds that his wife and friends are binding him to his mediocre existence. Film was awarded the Audience Prize at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.


Bad Trip (aka Tyrone)

Directed by: Erik Fleming & Chris Palzis
Cast: Kevin Connolly, Ethan Suplee, Coolio

Three friends trip to Mardi Gras is interupted when they run into an escaped convict and a backwoods sheriff who mistakes them for drug traffickers.


But I'm a Cheerleader

Directed by: Jamie Babbit
Producer: Andrea Sperling
Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Clea DuVall, Melanie Lynskey & Michelle Williams

A naive teenager is sent to rehab camp when her straitlaced parents and friends suspect her of being a lesbian. A cult favorite.


Directed by: Mark Anthony Galluzzo
Cast:Jeremy Sisto, Eric Michael Cole, Jaime Pressly & Jonathan Banks

Coming-of-age drama set amongst the poverty stricken trailer parks of the deep South. In a spiraling tale of hatred, love and loyalty, two teenage friends realize that the only way for each of them to escape their miserable futures is by forever sacrificing the other.


As a Casting Associate

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Riding in Cars with Boys
Charlie’s Angels
Drive Me Crazy
The Suburbans
Slums of Beverly Hills
Hope Floats
A Very Brady Sequel
Tracey Takes On
Get Shorty
The Truth About Cats & Dogs
Fallen Angel