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Greyscale Trailer

November 10, 2008

Fellow OMM member Ryan Dunlap of Daros Films has been working on his film Greyscale. I have seen a few of the scenes and clips that were in an early stage of editing, and it looks really BEAUTIFUL!

There is definitely a delicate eye behind the camera, and a unique vision being put forth in this film. The film’s Production Chart was published on, which states that actors Tim Russ and Anthony Tyler Quinn are part of this film:


Also recently, Ryan Dunlap has put together a teaser with :45 seconds of some of the films images. The music behind it is “Feeling Good” by The Muse:

Greyscale Teaser :45 from Daros Films on Vimeo.

Also check out some of the pictures that Ryan has sent to me in this previous post. Also follow Ryan on Twitter and and me too!

Locard’s Principle – Hanger Scene & More

October 10, 2008

Well Jake Richardson’s film [myspace], Locard’s Principle, has it’s first scene edited! Jake is a OMM member and this is his first feature film!

We had a great time shooting this part of the film, except that I remember it being FREAKIN’ cold! We still had a good time. Not only was I in it, but I got to help out around the set, and you might remember this video/post I did with some of the behind the scene’s footage it took with my Flip Video Camera.

Here are some pics of the mental hospital shoot that we did about a month ago:

Locard's Principle main man, Cain House at locards's principle shoot

Samantha on locards's principle

We should have the Mental Hospital Scene edited soon. You might remember this video/post that I took a while back of one of the crazy guys in the hospital.

Here are some pics of the Park shoot we shot a few weeks back:

Walking in the park, locard's principle Close in the part, locard's principle

Night shooting

I’ll have some more video soon! Lots of behind the scenes from the mental hospital and the part need to be uploaded!


June 4, 2008

Scott Hillhouse brings you Life’s Little Gaps, winner of 15 film festival awards.

Brought to you by House Productions and OMM Films

Life’s Little Gaps

Evan (Brian Ross) is your ordinary six foot, two-hundred and fifty pound man in cricket pajamas. Some would call him “special”, others, “mentally handicapped.” Left with the mind of a child, Evan now faces his greatest challenge when Bill (Gary Olinghouse), his brother and guardian, is called into work in the middle of the night. Bill’s apprehension is evident as he leaves Evan in the supervision of Gary, (Matthew J. Christian).

To Bill, Gary is nothing more than a free-loader and bad influence on Evan. Though there is no love between Bill and Gary, Gary is Evan’s best friend. Together they set off on a night of “great moments”.

That is until an escaped fugitive seeks refuge in their home.


February 9, 2008

Jesus Fish premiered in Tulsa back in January, and we had a great time.