Musicians in the Wild: Tom Moran – full documentary short

I met up with Pittsburgh musician Tom Moran on a sunny Sunday, without a definite plan, hung out, talked and he played. We got some pretty awesome results, I think. Check it out!


48 Hour Horror Film Project Screening on October 25th at Hollywood Theater in Dormont!

Public screening of films submitted to the 48 Hour Film Project – Horror edition, will take place on October 25th starting at 6 pm at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont.  Team Clever Cleaver will show our film (“Puzzled, picking up the pieces”) in Group A, between 6 and 8 pm.  Tix are $10 or $15 for a couple, so save money and buy tickets in pairs! All films are 7 minutes or less, and awards will be presented after the screening, including an audience award.

This is a super awesome way to get in the Halloween spirit – and support local filmmakers!!

Link for tix: 

Information from the 48 Hour Film Project’s facebook invite:

Do you love things that go bump in the night? The Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Horror Project is a creative contest where teams of filmmakers create a horror film in a single weekend.
Join us as we watch the films, vote on our favs, give out awards and celebrate with a wrap party!

$10 Single
$15 Couple


Group A — 6 pm
Actors with Strings — Mark McKinney
Falling October Productions — Alexander Cronin
Beginnings — Jackie Druga
Dynamite Carrot — John James Lynn
Clever Cleaver — Samuel Harris
Locust Street — Lance Parkin
Pyrite Production — Nicole Wintruba
Naked Sheep Productions — Travis Culley
Blind Tiger Films — Josh Hausman
Blackwater Films – Paul Martinez

Group B — 8 pm
Children of the Corman — Darin DiNapoli
Cipher Eye Media — Steven Croner
Crawling Gorloks — Herbert Wolfe
Everything But the Name — Edwin Huang
Gaff Tape and a Prayer — Mike Hanley
Goldbug Productions — Raj Pandravada
R. Walker Productions — Rodman Walker
ShadowFrame — Jason Boyer
Winston Says Boo! — Christopher Friedrick

After all of the screenings, winners will be announced!