Name: Michael K Anderson
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Centerboro Films
Occupation: Actor, Director, Editor, Music Composer, Producer and Screenwriter
Unique traits: Specializes in science fiction and comedy.
Drive Somewhere: The Saga of the Vulgar Boatmen
Film by Fred Uhter (Documentary, Biography, Drama and Music) Producer, Cinematographer A fan documents the band as they drive to their final gig of their 30 year career. What do you do when you have sacrificed everything for music and it's taken away? Stellar reviews, cross country tours, European TV and seamless pop music. 'Buddy Holly would be proud.' 'The best album in the last 10 years' 'their music is a cross between an Andrew Wyeth painting and a Robert Frost Poem. The story of 1,000 bands, this one is personal. Written by Anonymous
Guns, Ghosts & Girlfriends
Film (short) by John Gross (Comedy) Writer, Producer, Composer, Editor, Actor, Art department, Director Jim, Mike and John, the three hosts of everyone's favorite radio program, "The Wonder Show", get into three exciting adventures in this anthology film. First, the Wonder Show deejays encounter a friendly ghost with an affinity for baked goods. Next, Jim and John battle it out over their TV Girlfriend. Finally, Mike and John must solve the musical question "Who Shot Jim the Radio Guy?" Written by Phil the Vet
Think About the Future
Film (short) by Michael K. Anderson Writer, Composer, Director, Cinematographer, Production designer
Dale Crawford: Musician/Detective
Film (short) by Michael K. Anderson (Comedy and Musical) Writer, Producer, Composer, Editor, Actor, Director, Production designer Rock & roll detective Dale Crawford gets more than he bargained for when he sets off on a road trip to headline the annual "War of the Worlds Alienfest & Dinner Dance" in Grover's Mill, New Jersey. Soon he and his trusty sidekick Kelly Perkins find themselves hopelessly lost while being pursued by Nicola Morgan, an old enemy intent on wreaking her revenge. Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
Film (short) by Jim Tudor (Horror and Sci-Fi) Producer, Composer, Editor, Sound department In the near future, society is divided into two parts: the Alphas are the ruling elite, while the Betas are the computer-controlled worker drones. Dr. Alan Cooper is an Alpha psychosurgeon in charge of implanting the controlling chips into Beta test subjects. But his life changes one day when his latest subject turns out to be Arlo Visner, his childhood friend, who has an unexpected violent reaction to the Beta conversion process. Written by Arlo
Spit It Out
Film by Jonathan Skurnik (Documentary) Editorial department A funny and poignant portrait of Jeff Shames' successful efforts to come to terms with his stutter and his family's legacy of denial. Jeff's father is intolerant of and rageful towards his son's imperfections, while his mother never discusses her own childhood stutter. As a teenager, Jeff turns to alcohol and drugs to mask his shame, and eventually marries an alcoholic who interacts with the outside world for him. After his wife gets sober, Jeff discovers the stuttering self-help community and embarks on a healing journey of sobriety, self-acceptance and forgiveness. Written by Jonathan Skurnik & Jeff Shames
A Day's Work, a Day's Pay
Video by Jonathan Skurnik (Documentary) Editorial department Juan Galan, Jackie Marte, and José Nicolau, are three poverty-stricken welfare-recipients whose negative experiences with New York's controversial Work Experience Program (WEP) rouses them to social and political activism. The documentary visits Galan, Marte, and Nicolau at various times from 1997 to 2000, during which time they organize, interviewed, and educated WEP workers, while championing two key pieces of legislation affecting the lives of thousands of impoverished New Yorkers. Written by email@example.com
Film (short) by Michael K. Anderson (Comedy and Musical) Writer, Producer, Composer, Editor, Actor, Director, Soundtrack A mockumentary about Tim & John, two polka fanatics eager to share their new polka/hip-hop fusion with the world.
Television by Agnes Nixon (Documentary, Biography, History and Romance) Editorial department First hosted by veteran actor Peter Graves, and later by Jack Perkins, this popular Arts and Entertainment Network series profiled the lives of notable figures in the history of entertainment, sports, arts, science, politics and warfare. The show is notable for its in-depth research, which often provides viewers with little-known information about well-known people. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Film (short) by Michael K. Anderson (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Writer, Composer, Editor, Actor, Director Chaos rules when Bill and Julia, two characters from the TV show "Nerds on Campus" escape from their sitcom world and into Network One, the world's largest television broadcaster.
Pie and Priorities
Film by Michael Burks (Drama) Producer, Art director, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director J.J. is a restless teenager anxious to ditch his small town life and head off to college, but his overworked widowed mother is struggling with the family diner - breaking her back making pies for the local inn to make ends meet. When the diner's aging oven finally goes out, J.J. must decide whether or not to use his savings to realize his dreams of college or to buy a new oven for his mother. Written by The_Piemaker