Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Jim McMahon Documentary "Mad Mac" Announced!

We are thrilled to announce or third feature documentary will be MAD MAC: THE MEMORY OF JIM MCMAHON” - one of the biggest talents/personalities the NFL has ever seen”

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

The Fiddling Horse Review - DaBelly Magazine

"The Fiddling Horse" is a charming little movie, well constructed by Wallis and boosted by solid performances from a cast of capable performers who may not be marquee regulars but nevertheless know their craft."


 This movie was brought to my attention via a Facebook post by a friend of mine, Paula Lindberg, an actress I met via my association with filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska. Lindberg had a small but vital role in the Soskas' "American Mary" and I met her when she attended screenings of Soska films "See No Evil 2" and "Vendetta."

In "The Fiddling Horse," Lindberg has a major role as Leslie Heart, a woman who has been born into a family rooted into the Southern world of unique heritage and charm. Upon the passing of her mother, Leslie now is in line to be accepted into the exclusive Ladies Who Lunch, a group of high society women led by the snobby Ethel Truman (Alley Mills, the mom from "The Wonder Years"), from the family of the powerful state treasurer.