here's the link). It appears that you can no longer stream it, sadly.
A sequel is in the works, but they are struggling to raise money. My character gets killed off in the film (in a murder that inspired applause at a Hollywood screening I attended), and so I am not involved in the sequel.
LAST DAYS (officially released in 2010). This quasi-apocalypse suspense thriller is still in search of a buyer. It has made it into a few film festivals, mostly recently at the Fright Night Film Fest in Louisville in a newly-edited version that I think improves greatly on the initial release. I'm not aware of any scheduled showings anywhere, but if you drop by the house I could pop it in the DVD player. Sssssh.
Watch the trailer.
FOLKLORE (2012). After a long and frustrating post-production process, this highly-anticipated film was finally screened for the public in Las Cruces this past summer -- while I was in Italy! There have been a few parties interested in distributing this film, so I'm not sure what the latest is. I have high hopes that there will be exciting news about this film very soon. Meanwhile, how about this trailer??
HUMBLE SPIRITS (2012) is a documentary that premiered at the Plaza Classic Film Festival in El Paso this summer, produced and directed by Andrew Jara (the writer and director of Last Days, above). I narrate the documentary, which tells the story of a family of professional boxers.
Watch a trailer here. This film, too, is in search of a distribution deal.
AMONG THE DUST OF THIEVES (forthcoming) will be released this fall, almost one year after filming took place in Las Cruces and Santa Fe County. From what I understand, it will be released as a DVD and sold in at least two venues in New Mexico: the Gadsden Museum in Mesilla and Coas Books in Las Cruces. (It is an historical drama based on some New Mexico history.) I suppose either of these venues would ship.
And yes, there is a trailer.
In closing, I'd like to mention a short film entitled Cigarette which was written and directed by Sheridan O'Donnell, then a film student at NMSU's Creative Media Institute. This 10-15 minute character drama was an extra-curricular project and because Sheridan is a busy fellow, it took a very long time for his film to come to light. He did a nice job and as far as I know, it's not being shown anywhere.
It can, however, be viewed in full..... right here! Enjoy.
Cigarette from Sheridan O'Donnell on Vimeo.