Monthly Archives: July 2011

Halfway Home

Producer & Editor Dave French

Sound and editing expert Dave French continues to slice, dice and stitch together “Odds or Evens.”  After three edit passes, it’s safe to say, we’re halfway home to our goal of finishing the film by mid September. There’s plenty left to do, including sound, color correction and musical score.  If the first half is any indication, the performances by our exceptional cast are sure to amaze you.

Speaking of the cast, here’s what some of them are up to:

Charles Baker is currently featured in an article for the Screen Actors Guild Newsletter. The article is titled “Back to One.”  To read it, click here.

Lydia Mackay just finished starring as Roxane in Shakespeare Dallas’ “Cyrano de Bergerac”

Bob Hess will be performing in the upcoming theater rendition of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”  Bob is also the current president of the charitable organization, DFW Actors Give Back.

Susana Gibb wrapped up filming in Oklahoma. She plays Chris Kattan’s wife in the feature film, “Just Crazy Enough.”

Check out Yolonda Williams in this commercial with NFL star, Clay Matthews.

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Baker Breaks Down In Breaking Bad

Season 4 of  AMC’s “Breaking Bad” is underway.  Dark!  Very Dark!  Of course, by now you know that Charles Baker is one of our lead actors in “Odds or Evens.”  But this Sunday, July 24th, Charlie returns to Breaking Bad as Skinny Pete.  For a sneak peek of his performance, check out the trailer for Sunday’s episode.

Stars of Odds Or Evens Stumble Into God’s Pub

Actor Bob Hess eyes his fate in God's Pub

July 6, 2011 – Before they were nailing their roles on the set of “Odds or Evens”, Susana Gibb, Bob Hess and Lydia Mackay were stumbling into God’s Pub.  As part of their long and impressive resumes, the three actors star in the short film, appropriately named, “God’s Pub.”  The film, which premiered in April, was written and directed by Jay Gormley.  Jay also co-wrote and directed “Odds or Evens.”

God’s Pub will screen Monday night, July 11 at 8:00 at the Angelika Theater located at Mockingbird Station in Dallas.  The screening is one of three films showing at TexFest sponsored by the USA Film Festival.  Although the press release says tickets are $10, the cost to see God’s Pub is only $5, because it’s only 15-minutes long.  Tickets are available at the door. Check out the trailer.

After the film, there will be Q & A with the cast and crew.  By the way, Charles Baker, who stars in “Odds or Evens”, has confirmed that he will attend Monday’s screening of God’s Pub. So if you’re a fan of the TV show, “Breaking Bad”, come say hi to Skinny Pete.  He’s Charles’ character on the show.