Thursday, March 20, 2014

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Victoria's Peruvian Restaurant

We took a lunch break last week, and discovered amazing Peruvian food, and the location of our evening shoot!  Thanks to everyone at Victoria's for amazing cuisine, and for allowing us to film!  You can find them on Facebook at

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Consignments by Sally

Sally was kind enough to let us film there last week.  Amazing store AND wonderful mother / daughter team who run the place!

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Quest Workspaces: our amazing judicial conference room!

The ever-gracious Amanda at Quest Workspaces in Boca Raton (561.210.8300) hosted us for filming on Friday.  If you ever need office space or a great conference room in South Florida, at very reasonable day rates, be sure to give Amanda a call!

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Recent Set Pictures

Been very busy filming.  Here are some set pictures over the past couple of weeks...

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Release Date Announced: July 4th, 2014

On Friday July 4th, 2014, the feature film Sam & Me will bring fireworks to the big screen.  That's when the patriotic-themed political satire will premiere in South Florida (details coming soon).

"Principal photography wraps up January 31st, and the months of February through June will be spent in post-production," said Brian Kirk, director / writer of the film.

"There's no date like July 4th in American history, and since this film has its own subtle revolutionary themes, we can't think of a more perfect release date than Independence Day," continued Kirk.  The fact that this year July 4th lands on a Friday means the movie gods are indeed smiling on this project.

Sam & Me personifies the federal government through "Uncle Sam" Armstrong (played by Craig Henne) and his nephew Kevin (played by Kirk).  Uncle Sam is a bloated, addicted has-been, who demands more and more from his nephew, ultimately bringing them both to the breaking point.

Contemporary political issues subtly explored in the film include:
  • The NSA surveillance scandal
  • Excessive taxation and regulations
  • Foreign Aid
  • Immigration
  • Nanny Statism
  • Alternative Energy
  • Housing Subsidies
... and more

Kirk said the goal from the beginning was to produce a humorous, well done film, and that the political themes were secondary to the artistic value of the project.

"However, the fact that 72% of Americans now see big government as our biggest threat means our target audience is much larger than we initially projected.  The issues we present will resonate with a vast super-majority of Americans, going past traditional party labels."

Kirk always wanted to make a film that his atheist & leftist friends could enjoy as well.

"This isn't a niche film, really, but very few fictional feature films are targeted toward a conservative / libertarian audience.  The fact that this film treats religion with respect, and has very few curse words, means we'll also be competing in the religious film marketplace.  I can't think of any single film that artfully combines political populism with humor and faith in God.  It's The Passion of the Christ meets The Patriot meets a Judd Apatow comedy.  We're not trying to be all things to all people, but I know there's a hunger out there for content that is well written, humorous, politically incorrect, with faith upheld, not mocked," continued Kirk.