Have you watched yet?
Helloooo beautiful backers!
Have you watched the movie yet? Well what are you waiting on?!
TIGER ORANGE is available everywhere. Amazon, iTunes, Vimeo and now on DVD too. All the... Read more
Release Dates Announced!
Hello dear Kickstarter friends.
It was Spring 2013 when we launched this campaign. Two years later, we've finished the movie, screened in festivals around the world and sold it to... Read more
Happy New Year lovely Kickstarter supporters!
From the amazing premiere of TIGER ORANGE at Outfest in July of last year to the dozens of film festivals we’ve screened all over... Read more
TIGER ORANGE festival update
This tale of two estranged gay brothers is a modest, moving, expertly acted reverie on small-town life. – The Hollywood Reporter
So so many exciting updates of late.... Read more
2014, we're coming for you
Happy New Year, friends!
Here's hoping you got to bask in a little holiday love from friends and family over the past few weeks.
What's going on with the film?... Read more
That's a wrap!
We've been busy. Less than two weeks after the end of our Kickstarter campaign, we were already shooting. We shot for three days here in LA then we headed... Read more
22 Hours To Go
We are a mere 22 hours away from the end of our Kickstarter campaign. (ends tomorrow at 1PM) It has been a wonderful ride thanks to all of you. ... Read more
Hello beautiful backers.
We've been busy pounding the pavement, spreading the word far and wide about Where We Belong(aka the little film that could). We haven't forgotten about you,... Read more
Thanks from Frankie
Here's some Day 10 appreciation for all you backers. Frankie's in the wilds of Montana somewhere and made a little video. The image is a little choppy but the message... Read more
We are three days into the campaign and are going strong thanks to you, our early backers. These early pledges are crucial. They set the stage for what's to come... Read more
Want to know a little more of the plot?
Chet and Todd are gay brothers who grew up in a small town in Central California to a homophobic, working class, single father. Now adults, the two could not have... Read more