WEB-DEBUT OF “DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY” MUSIC VIDEO
Team Jess Paul is excited to present The Existential Gentlemen music video to Devil In The White City by Screaming Butterfly Entertainment. This marks Jess’s first on-screen involvement in a music video. And it’s such a fantastic video at that!
We had a great time working on the set of Camille recently, a webseries about “a quirky teenager [that] has always struggled to find a place where she belongs. When she meets a group of misfits called “The Oddballs” at a local bowling alley, her life takes an interesting change,” starring Bella LaQuatra.
PICTURES FROM THE SET: THE EXISTENTIAL GENTLEMEN MUSIC VIDEO - SBE FILMS
It was a horror show on the brilliant set of Holly Siders’ newest production for The Existential Gentlemen’s single “Devil In The White City”. Jess had the honor to be lead makeup as well as one of the Rob Zombie-esque “dead girls” for the music video. Keep a look out for the music video debut later this summer!
PHOTO CREDIT: Kevin Kukler and Bill Woodrum
IR WINS BIG @ COLUMBIA FILM FESTIVAL
The Immaculate Reception takes home 3 prizes including Best Film at New York’s Columbia University Film Festival!
DIRECTOR EXPLAINS “THE IMMACULATE RECEPTION” FILM’S CORE
Charlotte Glynn unveils her motivation for telling the classic narrative underlining one of Pittsburgh’s most famous events in an interview for the Columbia University Film Festival.
PICTURES FROM THE SET: “A Misbehaving Language”
Upcoming short scene by Ej Brown, featuring Tal Kroser and Jess Paul.
Cinematography credit: Tyler Montanino
IMMACULATE RECEPTION RULING THE FESTIVAL CIRCUIT
After the amazing ride at Sundance Film Festival, IR goes on to pick up 4 more national film fest inclusions. Florida, Omaha, Fort Meyers and Nashville have all recently welcomed our Pittsburgh fairytale into their official showcases.
Florida Film Festival
Omaha Film Festival
Fort Meyers Film Festival
Nashville Film Festival
After 5 years of entertainment, Jess closes up the rock newsroom. With recent success and upcoming projects, the college dorm-bred variety show goes into retirement.
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