Joe Tyler Gold recently released his 2nd feature film, Desperate Acts of Magic. It played theatres in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Santa Fe. It got great reviews from The New York Times, The Village Voice, and Variety. This comedy about magicians was inspired by his years as a professional magician. Watch it now on iTunes.
He received distribution for his first feature film, Never Say Macbeth, in which he served as writer, producer, and also played the lead role. The film has received rave reviews and now has a 100% fresh rating on Rottentomatoes.com.
His short film Fartman: Caught in a Tight Ass was picked up for television distribution on Howard Stern's In Demand cable channel, Howard TV and then played on Atom.com, where it received over 260,000 views. His other comedic screenplay, Betting the House, was a quarterfinalist in the Slamdance Film Festival Screenwriting Competition.