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Back Story Screens in Milan

Writer-Director Jeremy Dylan Lanni had a fantastic experience screening our short comedy Back Story for festival crowds in Italy.


Founded by world-renowned actor Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner, The Hitcher), the "I've Seen Films Festival" provided a wonderful platform for us to share our film with international audiences.

Back Story is a surreal comedy about a furry fellow who gets his back waxed and then becomes convinced that he is turning into a woman.

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Conjuring Orson with Peter Jason



What do you do when you are making a film about the making of a film that Orson Welles never finished and, because Orson never finished his film, you can’t finish yours? That’s easy. Hold a séance and ask Orson himself what to do! Showcasing Peter Jason (Deadwood, The Other Side of the Wind) as his onetime director and friend Orson Welles, "Conjuring Orson" is a short comedy for film lovers of all ages.

Jason’s stunningly true-to-life turn as Welles is complimented by equally brilliant performances from Eileen Barnett (Days of Our Lives, Santa Barbara), Sarah Glendening (All My Children, As the World Turns), Clifford Morts (Redlands, Holly’s Holiday), and Stuart Pankin (Fatal Attraction, The Artist).

 

Heal Thyself with Eric Roberts

Noble Savage Productions is thrilled to announce that we have completed our latest short film Heal Thyself, a "sick" little satire starring Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Eric Roberts as a morally challenged doctor thriving in America’s profit-driven health care system.  Roberts’ hilarious turn as the cynical Dr. Cash is complimented by stellar performances from Edie McClurg, Peter Jason, Sarah Glendening, Cory Scarborough and Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey. 

“Heal Thyself gets everything right that it should get right.  No one puts in a bad performance.  You can’t go wrong with putting Edie McClurg on camera with a phone in her hand....And Eric Roberts is at his charming-yet-slimy best as Dr. Cash while Sarah Glendening plays the naive nurse to perfection.” 

- Mark Bell, Film Threat

"Reuben" Screens at LA County Museum of Art

A Reuben By Any Other Name won Best Comedy in Ovation Television's Film Contest and, as a result, we had an opportunity to screen at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 

A Reuben By Any Other Name takes a humorous look at the differences between Orthodox and Reform Judaism in terms of the Reuben sandwich. 

Great performances are provided by a cast of familiar faces from film and television - Paul Ben-Victor (In Plain Sight, Entourage), Larry Cedar (The Crazies, Deadwood), Alanna Ubach (Hung, Legally Blonde), Matt Winston (John from Cincinnati, Little Miss Sunshine), Anita Barone (The War at Home, Daddio), Jasmine Anthony (Stephen King's 1408, Commander in Chief), and Pamela Cedar.

"Reuben" in Palm Springs
"A Reuben By Any Other Name" screened before enthusiastic audences at 2011's Palm Springs International  Shortfest.  Palm Springs International ShortFest is one of the most prestigious festivals for short films in North America, so we were absolutely thrilled to participate in the festivities.

 

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