catch 22: based on the unwritten story by seanie sugrue is a feature-length thriller that explores a number of the darker sides of the human condition – betrayal of loved ones, substance abuse and addiction, rape, murder – and ultimately whether real friendship and love takes precedence over all the shit life can, and does, throw at you.
A cynical case study of the feature film production of All God’s Creatures written by multi-hyphenate writer/producer/director/actor Josh Folan, “Filmmaking, the Hard Way” puts low budget filmmaking under the microscope by analyzing the process of making a film from top to bottom with an honesty and transparency rarely found in writings of its kind. “Filmmaking, the Hard Way” lauds itself as THE indie filmmaker bible for problem solving at the micro-budget level and is written in a voice intended to speak to the reader as a peer, not a pupil.
“Josh has spent months processing and organizing everything he learned along the way and turned it into a book that can help you do the same. This is EXACTLY what indie filmmaking is all about. You would be hard-pressed to find another book as detailed and direct about the costs associated with getting this process right, the pitfalls, the tiny windows of opportunity that you must recognize and act upon immediately…” – Ryan Gielen, Award Winning Filmmaker
With Hurricane Sandy looming on the horizon, five hard-lived friends come to from a send-off celebration alongside an unexplained dead girl. What are friends for?
catch 22: based on the unwritten story by seanie sugrue is a feature-length thriller that explores a number of the darker sides of the human condition – betrayal of loved ones, substance abuse and addiction, rape, murder – and ultimately whether real friendship and love takes precedence over all the shit life can, and does, throw at you. Starring Jayce Bartok, Phil Burke, Brock Harris, An Nguyen, Donall Ó Héalai, Michael Rabe, Charmane Star, and Al Thompson.
A documentary about the genius behind that thing you had when you were a kid…what was it called?
Some of the most accomplished toy, game, and content creators from the 80’s and early 90’s are pestered about their craft and motivations by filmmaker Josh Folan. Interviewees include Mark Bellomo, Tim Clarke, Larry Hama, Garry Kitchen, and Jim Pressman.
What would living with Hitler in his 20’s be like? Osama Bin Laden? Ted Kaczynski? Pretty shitty, safe to say. “Shitty Roommates” is an offensive, satirical comedy series that explores some of history’s shittiest people, and the shitty tendencies that would make them shitty modern-day roommates.
Two ill-prepared slacker buddies head into the wilderness hoping their documented exploits catch the eye of their reality television survival idol, Bear. They should have left their girlfriends at home.
A feature-length comedy starring Josh Folan, Avery Pearson, & Phil Burke.
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Creature of habit, Jon Smith, spends his days mindlessly working as a barista in New York City. When night falls, this seeming everyman savagely kills “filthy women” as his social outlet. A chance encounter with Delia, a young prostitute searching for an escape from her troubled past, forces Jon to confront the most terrifying thing he has ever faced in all his dark affairs – himself. All God’s Creatures examines the true nature of what it means to be a monster and reveals that love is not only for a chosen few, but for all God’s creatures.
A feature-length romantic thriller starring Josh Folan, Jessica Kaye, Ginger Kroll, and Carson Grant, it premiered at the 2011 Hoboken International Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Actress (Kaye) and Best Screenplay (Folan & Billy Fox).
Bad Apples is a web series surrounding a group of four artists in their late twenties, living in New York City, struggling to make their artistic dreams come true. It’s a tragedy…obviously.
Starring Matthew Nicklaw, Ginger Kroll, Josh Folan, Phil Burke, and Kathy Searle.
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