For more information click www.brokenswordsforever.com Broken Swords: The Last in Line is now available VoD from Amazon Prime, iTunes, Microsoft. Also available on demand in South America. 3/1/2020. Available at retail stores (Walmart, Best Buy, etc) across the U.S. 12/4/2019.… Read More »Broken Swords
Here is a segment from the upcoming behind-the-scenes documentary of the making of Broken Swords: The Last in Line.
“Was this the face that launched a thousand ships and burnt the topless towers of Ilium?”
An unnamed women who might be the inspiration behind the two famous lines from playwright Christopher Marlowe’s play “The Tragedy of Dr. Faustus” is the central figure in this film. There are hints of the presence of Helen of Troy. Her beauty, her sensuality, her very presence sparked one of the most famous and terrifying wars in history, moving two gigantic powerhouse civilizations, the Greeks and the Trojans, into war…for ten years; nearly decimating their countries.
And behind it all stirs the hand of something . . . epic. When creativity is sparked a cry goes out to One of the Nine.
“Faces” is a short experimental film directed by Michael Babbitt and starring Clark Sarullo (“Necessary Roughness”, “Drop Dead Diva”).
Two videos shot for promos to help with training Regal Theater employees on selling and sharing info about their new Unlimited Ticket plans.
When war takes a break, it’s time to pick up the dice and play Mergers & Managers ™. Starring Eowyn Blum, Joe Goldston, Kelly Caniglia, Alex Finegan, Seth Bloom and Rebecca Blum as “The Slum Lord.” Directed by Michael Babbitt.
A webcast show called Deadheaddaddy’s Creepy Things has reviewed The Endless Whispers Cycle. Give it a watch, spread the word (ahem, whispers) and let them know what you thought. It was wonderfully to see the talk up the mythos aspect… Read More »DeadheadDaddy Reviews The Endless Whispers Cycle
Two of our short films (No-Good Maxine and Sacrifice) were recently accepted into the Eastern North Carolina Film Festival. That was good news in itself. But today I got word that Melissa Lozoff (No-Good Maxine) and Clark Sarullo (Sacrifice) have… Read More »Eastern North Carolina Film Festival Nominated
How far would you go to save your family? Starring Clark Sarullo as Terri and featuring Kaitlynn Neill, Brian Patrick Walsh and Chase Anderson. Directed by Michael Babbitt, this is the third featurette from The Endless Whispers Cycle. `