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TOP FEATURE FILM AWARD
We were hoping to win an Audience Award at San Francisco's Another Hole in the Head Film Festival, but so many people watched and voted for our film, we ended up winning the top prize!
We are eternally grateful to all of our friends, family, and fans! Thank you so much for your support!
Special thanks to George, Romany, Benji, and Eric for giving us this opportunity!
A CREATIVE TEAM WITH A FOCUS ON STORIES WITH HEART
Dave started off working in post-production on an array of shows across cable networks including Animal Planet, Discovery, Nat Geo, and the Speed Network. Wanting to get into a more creative role, he went back to school to get an MFA in Screenwriting with an interest in Producing.
Since, he’s co-founded Low Light Pictures with Adam and taken on the role of Writer/Producer on the company’s first feature film, Stray Dogs.
Dave is currently working on writing the next feature with Adam.
After finishing his undergraduate degree in Film at San Francisco State, Adam quickly realized he needed to learn more, so he went back to school to get an MFA in Directing with an interest in Screenwriting.
Aside from being a co-founder of Low Light Pictures, Adam recently wrote and directed his debut feature film, Stray Dogs. He also has an array of credits in the Art Department on productions like A Quiet Place II, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and Netflix’s series What/If.
Adam is currently working on writing the next feature with Dave.
Skyler is an actor with over 30 acting credits to his name including the lead role in Low Light Pictures debut feature film, Stray Dogs.
He’s produced shorts and features and worked in the Art Department on shows like USA Network’s Pearson, and HBO’s Perry Mason.
After working on Stray Dogs with Adam and Dave, Skyler joined the team to add his expertise in post-production and visual effects work into the mix.
Skyler is currently working on VFX with Adam for an upcoming short, Hybercrate.