Hi, I'm Timothy Patrick, an award-winning indie filmmaker in Los Angeles and the creator of the Indie Film Grit podcast. I've worked on many different projects including feature films, shorts, documentaries, animation, TV, music videos, live-streaming concerts and more. My film, The Booker, won Best Short Documentary at the LA Indie Film Festival in 2014. And I ran a successful crowdfunding campaign raising over $10,000 to make my animated short film, Hinges. I'm in the process of finishing up Hinges as well as my new documentary short, Master Casters.
Film (Animation and Short) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »
Film (Documentary and Short) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »
Film (Documentary, Short and Music) Camera and Electrical Department The Booker is a documentary short about Jeff Cahill's life booking bands on The Sunset Strip. Jeff Cahill booked live acts at many iconic music venues in Los Angeles including The Viper Room and The Key Club. Jeff found his home above The Roxy Theatre at On The Rox, a dark stylish lounge with a small stage, stiff drinks and an undeniable rock n' roll history. Joining The Roxy family in Jan 2010, Jeff Cahill successfully booked bands at On The Rox up until his unexpected death in Jan 2013. He focused mostly on local bands and he wasn't afraid to take chances on unknown musicians. Jeff created an atmosphere where artists and musicians felt empowered and he re-established On The Rox as a destination for live music and Hollywood class. Written by Anonymous
Film (Action) Camera and Electrical Department One man travels across country, smuggling illegal black diamonds to sell in order to pay for his father's pardon in South Africa. When he arrives to the United States to finalize what appeared to be a simple transaction he is soon double-crossed and becomes caught up in a contraband forcing him to overcome an opponent far more lethal and deadlier than he has ever met. Written by Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
Geek to Freak
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Plague of the Sonoran Bloodsuckers
Film (Action, Comedy and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department A new breed of evil lurks in the Valley of the Sun. To stay alive, Michael joins forces with twin cowboys, known as the Williams Brothers. The twins are self-proclaimed vampire-killers and lead the battle between good and evil in the hot Arizona Desert. Written by Anonymous
Tuesday Night Book Club
Television (Reality-TV) Art department Women gathering for a weekly book club meeting and discuss their personal lives as well as literary subjects.
Best Short Documentary - LA Indie Film Festival
2nd Place - Short Film Comedy/Horror - Indie Gathering Film Festival