We’re pleased to announce that our comedic short film, “Yes And I Do!” has been accepted into the 4th Annual Los Angeles Scripted Comedy Festival and will premiere on Thursday March 10th, at 7pm in the Del Close Theater at iO West 6366 Hollywood Blvd. Tickets are $5. … Continue Reading
For the last several weeks, Reel 9’s Erin Marie Davis has been saving her Tuesday evenings to share her love and knowledge of photography with teenage girls through the Las Fotos Project in east Los Angeles.
Founded in 2010 by LA-based photographer, Eric V. Ibarra, Las Fotos Project aims to build the self-esteem and confidence of their young, female participants by teaching them all the ins and outs of using a point and shoot camera. … Continue Reading
We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be teaching our video production workshop, Making your Sketch Videos Great, in collaboration with Steel City Improv Theater on October 4th in Pittsburgh, PA. Check out a full description of the workshop HERE. … Continue Reading
This past weekend marked the theatrical (and VOD) release of the horror comedy film BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS, directed by this great guy we know Brain James O’Connell.
We had the chance to check out the LA premiere with a few friends. Here’s our reaction:
Two thumbs up people. Three thumbs including our friend taking the picture (and a ton more thumbs based on the enthusiasm of the rest of the audience… so don’t think we liked it just because we know the director). … Continue Reading
Reel 9 Productions is pleased to announce that our short film, ‘Vandalismo,’ has been selected for the 3rd Annual Los Angeles Scripted Comedy Festival at the iO West Theater in Hollywood! The festival runs March 22nd-28th, 2015. Our film will be screening in the Del Close Theater on Tuesday, March 24th at 7pm.
‘Vandalismo’ was inspired by a short, electronic music track reminiscent of video game scores from the 80s and 90s by Eric Zrinsky, Reel 9’s Director of Audio and Design. … Continue Reading
Our short film, ‘The Crack,’ is competing in the Experimental Short Film Category at the 11thAnnual Other Venice Film Festival on Saturday, October 11th at 1pm. Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased here (keep scrolling we’re more than half way down the page). Tickets are for our film plus the other seven experimental short films in competition. Come out and support independent film! … Continue Reading
It’s hard to believe, but our journey making ‘The Way to Kevin’ started way back in 2010 when Kevin invited us to film one of his Mime Performances at a church in North Philadelphia. We didn’t know what to expect heading into that evening but came out knowing that we needed to make a documentary about this sweet young man who described himself as a Minister, a Mime, and a Gay Porn Star. Surprisingly, the experience that lay ahead exceeded the expectations set by that compelling combination of labels. … Continue Reading
Being cornered after a screening and told your film must be seen by everyone is a good experience.This past week, our documentary film, ‘The Way to Kevin’ had two screenings at the MICGenero Film Festival in Mexico City. As filmmakers, we always held the view that Kevin’s story is one that everyone should see. Having our desire mirrored by audiences in another country is a testament to the universal messages within Kevin’s journey. … Continue Reading
Unimaginary Friend is a sketch-improv comedy/short filmmaker duo comprised of Nathan Edmondson and Erin Marie Davis. UF was spawned from the desire to CREATE over-the-top comedy outside of Reel 9 and see how far we could go with no money, no resources, and no crew. Erin & Nathan write, produce, direct, star in, shoot, and edit all of their own videos. This has been a really fun challenge that we are constantly learning and growing from as creatives, filmmakers, and comedians. Please enjoy our latest video challenge using live action stop motion. Amazing original song by Eric Zrinsky. If you like, visit Unimaginaryfriend.com to see more videos!
Reel 9 Productions was mentioned in this great blog by Philadelphia’s own, Jo Pincushion. Read the article below and watch our video! Most importantly of all: SHARE IT!
“If you like it, share it.”
This is something I’ve been saying to myself a lot lately. I’ve created a lot of content over the past few years. It’s always nice to hear people say they enjoyed reading a blog post or watching my last episode of Creepy Basement. When people genuinely enjoy the things I create, it makes all the hard work worth it. I’ve invested a lot of time, money, and heartache into everything I do and I know there are a lot of people in Philadelphia doing the same.
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