a film by Ellen Spiro & PJ Raval
This short documentary film captures the transformation of a young woman to leadership of America’s most inspired anti-gun violence movement called #CocksNotGlocks. After concealed carry of handguns is legalized on the University of Texas campus, Jessica Jin posts clever humor on social media, and with the help of a tight-knit group of young female students, a movement is born: The Great Texas Dildo Revolt.
-Audience Award Best Short Documentary New Orleans Film Festival 2018
-Audience Award Best Short Documentary Sidewalk Film Festival 2018
-Best Short Documentary Grandy Jury Prize Houston Asian American Film Festival 2019
Now available at Grasshopper Film
Free streaming link: https://www.nfb.ca/film/dirt/
Canadian National Film Board
Dir: Meghna Haldar
Winner Leo Award Best Screenwriting
Winner Leo Award Best Editing
Winner Leo Award Best Sound Editing
Nominated Best Documentary Leo Award
Best Feature Documentary Female Eye Film Festival
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DIRECTED by Bryan Poyser
CINEMATOGRAPHY by PJ Raval
CAST Katie Aselton | Butch Anderson | Justin Arnold | Kareem Badr
Sundance Film Festival
First film created for a chimpanzee audience.
Directed by Rachel Mayeri
Official Selection Director’s Fortnight Cannes Film Festival
Official Selection Sundance Film Festival
American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Heritage Award winner PJ Raval
Wake is the heartbreaking story about a 5-year-old girl who spends four days in a small apartment when her mother doesn’t wake up from sleeping, and not understanding the concept of death.
Kodak Award Competition 2004 (Grand Prize Winner), ASC Student Heritage Award 2004, McGuffin Film Festival 2005 (Best Short), Arizona International Film Festival 2005, Spindletop Film Festival 2005 (1st Place: College Shorts), Kodak Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at Cannes Film Festival 2005, Seoul Net Festival 2005 (Special Jury Mention), Newport International Film Festival 2005, Jackson Hole Film Festival 2005 (Best Student Short), Texas Filmmakers Showcase 2005, Dallas Video Festival 2005, GwangJu International Film Festival 2005, Palm Springs International Film Festival of Shorts 2005, Hawaii International Film Festival 2005, Austin Film Festival 2005 (Best Student Short), Savannah Film Festival 2005, Lyon Asian Film Festival 2005 (Jury Award for Best Short Film / Public Award), Edge works Film Festival 2005, Slamdance Film Festival 2006, San Francisco Korean American Film Festival 2006, San Francisco Asian American Film Festival 2006
On his first day on the job, a high school algebra teacher mixes up his medication to disastrous results.On his first day on the job, a high school algebra teacher mixes up his medication to disastrous results.
Written & Directed by: Bryan Poyser
Produced by: Megan Gilbride, Jonny Mars, Chris Ohlson
Cast: Zach Cregger, Schuyler Fisk, Wilfredo Ruiz Jr, Andrew Edison
Performer: Justin Vivian Bond
Song by: Bambi Lake
Co-Directors: Silas Howard & Erin Greenwell
“The Golden Age of Hustlers” captures the 1970’s gay hustler scenes of pre-HIV/AIDS era on Polk St in San Francisco from an insider’s experience.
Directed by Super!Alright!
Music video by Riverboat Gamblers performing Don’t Bury Me…I’m Still Not Dead. (C) 2007 Volcom Entertainment
Art Installation & Non-narrative
Commercials / Promotional
A TV spot for Five Point Credit Union.
Starring: Tyler Wells
Direction: Matt Muir, Revelator Productions
Cinematography: PJ Raval
Design: The Decoder Ring
Motion Graphics & Editing: David Hobizal
Music: Tody Castillo, “Sooner” (from The Windhorse)