Good Mooning, Homewood (2014) is an eccentric short documentary uncovering an often forgotten, quirky, fun piece of Birmingham, Alabama history from the 1980's. The film remembers a time when the whole city was abuzz over local fm radio legend Jack Voorhies and his hilarious song about Birmingham's favorite cast iron derrière.
This film was made entirely within a span of 72hrs as part of the 2014 Vulcan Sidewalk Scramble, where it won The Judge's Choice Award for best film, as well as The Audience Choice Award and The Most Entertaining Film Award. It was selected to screen at the August 2014 Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival and exhibited at Vulcan Park and Museum from February to September of 2014.
A Rose For Emily (2013)
Goodbye Wave (2013)
Wisp (2012) is a short narrative film by the Our Vanilla World film collective. It was created as part of the 2012 Birmingham Sidewalk Scramble, a 48 hour filmmaking competition, where it was chosen as the winner of The Audience Choice Award and was also given the award for Best use of Inspirational Sub-Genre.
The Maidens' Keeper (2013) is a short film by the Our Vanilla World film collective. Based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "Jorinda and Jorindel" this adaptation tells the story of two young lovers who become separated by the will of a fairy, and how true love is the motivation for true courage.
This film was made as a part of the 2013 Spring Sidewalk Scramble, a 48 hour film competition. It was written, shot, and edited, in its entirety all within 48 hours. It was chosen as winner of The Judges Choice Award as well as The Audience Choice Award. It later was selected to screen at the 2013 Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival.