Invisible Men Battle It Out in Hurst

We're pleased to announce that "Invisible Men Invade Earth" was named audience favorite at the Central Arts Short Film Battle in Hurst last night. It competed with "Don't Die" by Cody Lovorn from San Antonio. As winner, "Invisible Men" will compete with other 2019 audience favorites later in the year. After the Battle, a 90-minute … Continue reading Invisible Men Battle It Out in Hurst

Score: Fifteen – Love

In less than an hour, David and I will have been married fifteen years and nine hours. Or slightly less; the wedding began at 2:00 p.m., but with all the singing and marching and reading and plighting, it was probably 2:30 before the minister told us we could leave. To me, it seems like we've … Continue reading Score: Fifteen – Love

William and Ernest Make America Great. For the Second Year in a Row. In Dallas.

David and I are in Dallas for What the Fest 2 at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre, and we are officially chuffed. David's "Invisible Men Invade Earth," which was named Judges' Pick in the 2017 WTF, was screened last night, first on the program--and will be shown again tonight. What the Fest highlights films that don't fit … Continue reading William and Ernest Make America Great. For the Second Year in a Row. In Dallas.

Fort Worth Indie Film Festival & # ROW80 Report

It appears to be Wednesday--the scheduler from my doctor's office had to tell me it wasn't Thursday, but since her call woke me up, I take no responsibility for mixing up the days--and thus time for the #ROW80 report. If I were playing by the rules, I would have reported last Sunday, but we'd been … Continue reading Fort Worth Indie Film Festival & # ROW80 Report

Dedicated to the kindness of strangers

In June, David's "Alike and Different," a video "dedicated to the kindness of strangers," won the Out of This World Award at the Lionshead Film Festival in Dallas. The emcee who introduced the video said--and I wrote this down so I would get it right--"Not much I can say. Four minutes." And then, to the audience, "We'll see … Continue reading Dedicated to the kindness of strangers

Eccentric Director’s Films Like a “Living Comic Strip”

Fantastic Fest: Epilogue David is taking this in stride, but I am simply agog. As a result of his participation in Fantastic Fest, David has been profiled the September 30th iDigital Times. According to writer Andrew Whalen, "perhaps the strangest shorts in this very strange collection [Shorts With Legs] were those of David Davis." The article … Continue reading Eccentric Director’s Films Like a “Living Comic Strip”

The Best of Fantastic Fest: My Husband, His Films, and a Flying Vegetable Steamer

Last week a friend asked what David and I have done for fun lately. A long silence followed. After a courtship comprising concerts, coffee houses, radio spots, tacos Tapatio on Christmas morning in Ciudad Acuna, and a road trip that David's brother termed a kamikaze vacation to Maryland, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Georgia between Christmas and … Continue reading The Best of Fantastic Fest: My Husband, His Films, and a Flying Vegetable Steamer