The Lottery Ticket - Place Called Sacramento 2013
This short film was a part of the 2013 Place Called Sacramento Film Festival. You can learn more about the project at The Lottery Ticket
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Prombot - 2012
3rd Place winner of the UC Davis CSTEM competition. The students did an amazing job for such a rushed production. It was a lot of fun.Back to home.
Bloodline Sacramento 10 x 10 - 2010
Official Selection From the 2010 Sacramento Film and Music Festival. Part of a 10 x 8 Film Competition, Blood Line had to have an overall theme of "Lines"; 2 props had to be used, a dart board without darts and a child's toy. We also had to incorporate 2 lines from the movie Monty Python. Enjoy.Back to home.
Sacramento 48hr Film Festival - February 2008
48hr film festivals are my favorite; it's a jam packed rush, write, shoot, and edit. Our given theme for this shoot was "Romance", I'm not sure the judge's found it romantic...Back to home.
Wheel of Knowing - June 2007
The Wheel of Knowing short film was produced for the Place Called Sacramento Film Festival. It won the festival and motivated the production of the feature film.Back to home.
Short Films continued...
Faith in Fear - November 2007
This film was produced for a 168 hour film festival sponsored by Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena California. Considering what we had at the time this little flick turned out quite well. Back to home.
Sometimes the only thing that gets us going in the morning is a good cup of coffee. Watch out for the pastor who hasn't had his morning brew. Tossed together in a weekend. I'd like to thank Jan and Norman for doing such a wonderful job acting.Back to home.
This video was produced for Sermon Spice. A special thanks to Ed Barber who does a wonderful job acting, then again maybe he should stick to coaching ;-) Back to home.
Hacker Joe 2006
Hacker Joe is my ever so precious student film, rather embarrassing really, I apologize for the harsh language and violence...
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Say No More 2006
My good friends Say No More, while the band is no longer together, their music lives on via www.barberpolefilms.com! This was the first music video produced and directed by BPF's, with Joe Rubenstein as the Director of Photography.
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