Quiet River Premieres at the Orlando Film Festival


So, the little movie that could is finally having its world premiere: Friday, October 23, at 9:30PM, “Quiet River” will finally be unveiled to a live audience as part of the Orlando Film Festival. Our team couldn’t be more thrilled: The Orlando Film Fest is a terrific event run by true film lovers. Thanks to all the folks at the OFF, and we’ll see you there!

Kickstanding — I mean, Kickstarting

We’re live on Kickstarter! We’ve raised a little money. Not that much, but a little! Go here to check out American Breakdown on Kickstarter. And remember, in the world of finance, nothing matters but cold hard cash. Please support indie film!

American Breakdown on Kickstarter.

Your Ass Is Grass

Right. I’m extremely proud to announce that my production company, Harrow Beauty Motion Pictures, has teamed up with Jaime Byrd and Adam Cohen, of Blind Lyle Films, to mount my third full length feature film, Your Ass Is Grass.

We’ll keep you updated as things develop. Casting, location scouting and (gulp!) funding are now furiously underway.

It’s coming. Or, rather, I should say … she’s coming.

Men of Persuasion

A little short film some friends and I made last year was recently given the 2011 Best Western North Carolina Film by the judges of the Asheville Cinema Festival, the city’s primary fest. Named Men of Persuasion, the movie was written and produced by Jamie Parker, directed by me, and stars Willie Repoley, Joseph Guice, and Rebecca Morris. It’s a dark comedy about two professionals hired to argue two sides of every situation … until their own issues seem to get in the way.

The first movie I’ve directed that I didn’t write, it was a fun experience to be a part of something a little different — a comedy, someone else’s sensibility, and a stylized view of the professional world. Check out the trailer here:

Men of Persuasion: Official Trailer from Jamie Parker on Vimeo.