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Good news! Odds or Evens has an official screening time for the Taos Shortz Film Festival. It will screen Saturday, March 9 at 4:00pm at the Taos Center for the Arts.
Our film is part of the Global Shortz Block, which consists of 10 short films.
Well, this is it. The critically acclaimed TV show, Breaking Bad, starts its final season in July. The show features the talents of Charles Baker, who has built a cult following with his role as drug addict, Skinny Pete.
Quite the contrast to Charlie’s role in Odds or Evens, where he plays a marathon runner with a dark past. It’s proof, however, that his acting range is limitless.
But Breaking Bad is where Baker made his mark and in this interview with AMC, the talented actor from Fort Worth looks back on five seasons as Skinny Pete.
The cast and crew of Odds or Evens are thrilled and honored to be an official selection of the 2013 Taos Shortz Film Festival. Yes… that’s Shortz with a “Z”.
The schedule is being finalized and we are anxiously awaiting our screening time and date. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we have one.
The festival runs March 1-10, which is the perfect time for spring skiing.
Odds or Evens will have its Los Angeles screening Friday, December 14, as part of HollyShorts monthly screenings. Our film will screen with several other shorts from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Showbiz Store & Cafe, located at 500 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Admission is $12, which includes a raffle ticket and FREE drinks. Everyone loves free drinks! So to all of our L.A. friends, please stop by and check out some great short films.
We’re happy to announce that Odds or Evens has an official screening date and time for the upcoming Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth. Our film will screen with six other shorts in the Drama Block, Friday, November 9 at 5:00 pm.
Please join us that day to watch a great block of short films at the AMC Palace 9 in Fort Worth’s historic Sundance Square.
Odds or Evens is an official selection of the 2012 Lone Star Film Festival in historic Fort Worth. The festival takes place November 7 – 11.
We do not have a screening time as of yet, but we expect to announce one in the coming days. Congratulations to the cast, crew and to all of our dear friends and family members who supported our short film.
With the completion of Odds or Evens, filmmakers, Jay Gormley and John Venable added another film to their resume as a writing and producing team. They’ve been collaborating on films since 2002.
Dallas Film & TV Critic, Ed Bark chronicles their ups and downs in an article that proves the duo never lets their “downs” stand in the way of their “ups.”
Congrats to our cast, crew and donors for winning “best community short film” at the Oak Cliff Film Festival. There is plenty of filmmaking talent in Texas and being selected the best local short is truly an honor.