MINX

MINX

Trailer for season one

An upstart feminist starts a revolutionary magazine after partnering with a publisher who specializes in smut in the new trailer for the upcoming HBO Max series, Minx, premiering on March 17.

The Seventies-set series stars Ophelia Lovibond as Joyce, a young woman eager to start a radical magazine dubbed The Matriarchy Awakens. While she’s unsurprisingly shot down by an array of old men in the publishing world, she manages to elicit the interest of Doug (Jake Johnson, who also serves as co-executive producer), who’s willing to publish her magazine with a few tweaks: “You’ve got to hide the medicine — it’s like when you give a pill to a dog, you dip it in peanut butter first,” Doug tells Joyce in the trailer. “Nude men!”

Produced by Feigco, Lionsgate and HBOMAX.

Showrunner: Ellen Rapoport

Starring Ophelia Lovibond, Jake Johnson, Idara Victor, Jessica Lowe, Lennon Parham, Michael Angarano, and Oscar Montoya

Directors: Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Jake Shreier, Max Winkler, Carrie Brownstein, Craig Johnson, Natalia Leite & Stella Meghie

Executive Producers: Ellen Rapoport, Paul Feig, Ben Karlin, Dan Magnante
Produced by Michelle Lankwarden, Zach Bianco, Jake Johnson, Lara Spotts & Allison Silverman

Cinematographer: Jason Oldak

Production Designer: Jeff Sage

Costume Designer: Beth Morgan Sanford

1st Assistant Directors: Anna Borden and Andrea Block

Editors: Rebekah Fridman, Tony Orcena & Adam Burr

A Cam Op: Mika Levin
A 1st AC: John Ruiz
A 2nd AC: Robyn Buchanan

B Cam Op: Brian Outland
B 1st AC: Rachel Dusa
B 2nd AC: Carter Smith

DIT: Eli Berg
Digital Utility: Chelsea Jenney, Deepak Adhikary

Gaffer: Neil Holcomb
BB Electric: Jason Campbell
Rigging Gaffer: John Mcgonegle

Key Grip: Kevin Ball
BB Grip: Jeremy Hamm
Rigging Key: Tasso Bravos

Senior Colorist: Tim Stipan (Co3)

Camera Support: KESLOW CAMERA

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH MASTERBUILT SF LENSES

Shot in and around the Los Angeles Area

Show Premiere March 17th, 2022, HBOMAX

GOOD GIRLS

GOOD GIRLS
season 4 cinematography montage

The series follows three suburban Michigan mothers (Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman & Retta), two of whom are sisters, who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They are tired of having everything taken away from them so they decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they’re in for more than they bargained. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether than just the money.

Produced by NBC and Universal Television and Minnesota Logging Company.

Starring Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman, Retta, Matthew Lilliard & Manny Montana

Directors: Michael Weaver, Ken Whittingham, Eric Tignini, Erin Feeley Sara Zandieh

 

Executive Producers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Michael Weaver, Dylan Massin, Carla Waddles

Produced by John Vohlers & Lisa Haskins

Writers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Carla Waddles, Helen Childress, Chantelle Wells, Greta Heinemann, Ester Lou Weithers, Jeremy Gordon & Vanessa Mancos

Cinematographer: Jason Oldak

Editors: Todd Gerlinger, Franky Guttman & Tony Orcena

Production Designer: Steven Jordan

Costume Designer: Peggy Schnitzer

1st Assistant Directors: Patrick Richmond & Kathleen Breenen

Gaffer: Neil Holcomb
Key Grip: Kevin Ball

Camera Operators: Mika Levin (A cam) & Brian Outland (B cam) & Shelly Gurzi/ David Speck (C cam)
1st Assistant Camera: John Ruiz (A cam) & Charles Bae (B cam), Jenna Hoffman (C cam)
2nd Assistant Camera: Robyn Buchanan (A cam) Carter Smith (B cam), Jonnie Mentzer (C cam)
Digi Utility and loader Matt Schouten, Glen Landry & Deepak Adhikary

Senior Colorist: Todd Bochner (SIM international)

Camera Support: OTTO NEMENZ

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH LEICA SUMMILUX LENSES

Shot in and around the Los Angeles Area

Show Premiere March 7th, 2021, on NBC

A TEACHER

A TEACHER
season 1

additional cinematography for the series

Montage Reel

Produced by Aggregate Films & HULU

Starring Kate Mara & Nick Robinson

Director: Hannah Fidell

Executive Producers: Hannah Fidell, Michael Costigan, Kate Mara, Jason Bateman, Louise Shore

Produced by Victor Hsu & Jennifer Corey

Cinematographer: Jason Oldak

Production Designer: Katie Byron

Costume Designer: Megan Evans

1st Assistant Director: Michele Labrucherie

Gaffer: Chad Cohlmia
Key Grip: Kevin Ball

Camera Operators: Brian Outland (A cam) & Mika Levin (B cam)
1st Assistant Camera: John Ruiz (A cam) & Patrick Blanchet (B cam)
2nd Assistant Camera: Robyn Buchanan (A cam) Blake Hooks (B cam)
DIT: Chase Abrams
Camera Utility: Jonnie Mentzer

Camera Support: PANAVISION

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH T-series Anamorphics

Additional photography (for episodes 8 and 10) shot in and around the Los Angeles Area

Show Premiere November 1st, 2020 HULU

MARVEL’S 616

MARVEL’S 616: AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY SERIES
DISNEY PLUS

Excerpt from the Paul Scheer episode

FOR MY EPISODE:
Director: Paul Scheer
DP: Jason Oldak
Operators: Brian Outland, Abby Linne, Gabriel Patay
Assistants: John Ruiz, Shaun Mayor, Jason Knoll, Scott Johnson, Patrick Blanchet, Robyn Buchanan, Carter Smith, Jordan Martin, Andie Gill
Gaffer: Chad Cholmia
Key Grip: John Coyne, Mark Hyde, Justin Lesch
DIT: Nathan Saks

8 remarkable stories
8 unique filmmakers

“Marvel’s 616” explores Marvel’s rich legacy of pioneering characters, creators and storytelling to reflect the world outside your window. Each documentary, helmed by a unique filmmaker, showcases the intersections of storytelling, pop culture, and fandom within the Marvel Universe. Episodes in this anthology series will cover topics including Marvel’s world-spanning artists, the trailblazing women of Marvel Comics, discovering the “forgotten” characters of Marvel, and much more.

PRODUCTION COMPANY
Marvel New Media with Supper Club

NETWORK
Disney+

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Joe Quesada, Shane Rahmani, Stephen Wacker, John Cerilli, Harry Go, Sarah Amos, Jason Sterman, Brian McGinn and David Gelb

RELEASE DATE
November 20, 2020

Directors: Alison Brie, David Gelb, Gilian Jacobs, Brian Oakes, Sarah Ramos, Andrew Rossi, and Paul Scheer

DPs: Jason Oldak, David Bolen, Matthew Chavez, Wolfgang Held, Nick Midwig, Chloe Weaver

Editors: James Long, Andrew McAllister, Oona Flaherty, Jared Martin

 

MARVEL’S 616

MARVEL’S 616: AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY SERIES
DISNEY PLUS

8 remarkable stories
8 unique filmmakers

“Marvel’s 616” explores Marvel’s rich legacy of pioneering characters, creators and storytelling to reflect the world outside your window. Each documentary, helmed by a unique filmmaker, showcases the intersections of storytelling, pop culture, and fandom within the Marvel Universe. Episodes in this anthology series will cover topics including Marvel’s world-spanning artists, the trailblazing women of Marvel Comics, discovering the “forgotten” characters of Marvel, and much more.

PRODUCTION COMPANY
Marvel New Media with Supper Club

NETWORK
Disney+

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Joe Quesada, Shane Rahmani, Stephen Wacker, John Cerilli, Harry Go, Sarah Amos, Jason Sterman, Brian McGinn and David Gelb

RELEASE DATE
November 20, 2020

Directors: Alison Brie, David Gelb, Gilian Jacobs, Brian Oakes, Sarah Ramos, Andrew Rossi, and Paul Scheer

DPs: Jason Oldak, David Bolen, Matthew Chavez, Wolfgang Held, Nick Midwig, Chloe Weaver

Editors: James Long, Andrew McAllister, Oona Flaherty, Jared Martin

FOR MY EPISODE:
Director: Paul Scheer
DP: Jason Oldak
Operators: Brian Outland, Abby Linne, Gabriel Patay
Assistants: John Ruiz, Shaun Mayor, Jason Knoll, Scott Johnson, Patrick Blanchet, Robyn Buchanan, Carter Smith, Jordan Martin, Andie Gill
Gaffer: Chad Cholmia
Key Grip: John Coyne, Mark Hyde, Justin Lesch
DIT: Nathan Saks

GOOD GIRLS

GOOD GIRLS season three cinematography reel
TV show | Drama | hour long

The series follows three suburban Michigan mothers (Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman & Retta), two of whom are sisters, who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They are tired of having everything taken away from them so they decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they’re in for more than they bargained. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether than just the money.

 

Produced by NBC and Universal Television and Minnesota Logging Company.

Starring Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman, Retta, Matthew Lilliard & Manny Montana

 

Directors: Michael Weaver, Phil Traill, Lee Freidlander, Andrew Mccarthy, Sara Zandieh, & Dylan Massin

Executive Producers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Michael Weaver, Dylan Massin, Carla Waddles

Produced by Dylan Massin & Lisa Haskins

Writers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Carla Waddles, Helen Childress, Chantelle Wells, Greta Heinemann, Ester Lou Weithers, Jeremy Gordon & Vanessa Mancos

Cinematographer: Jason Oldak

Editors: Todd Gerlinger, Franky Guttman & Ken Lamere

Production Designer: Steven Jordan

Costume Designer: Peggy Schnitzer

1st Assistant Directors: Patrick Richmond & Eric Tignini

 

Gaffer: Neil Holcomb

Key Grip: Kevin Ball

Camera Operators: Gary Camp (A cam) & Brian Outland (B cam) & Nicole Lobell (C cam)

1st Assistant Camera: John Ruiz (A cam) & Jason Knoll (B cam), Patrick Blanchet (C cam)

2nd Assistant Camera: Robyn Buchanan (A cam) Em Gonzalez (B cam), Carter Smith (C cam)

Digi Utility and loader: Jonnie Mentzer & Matt Schouten

 

Senior Colorist: Todd Bochner (SIM international)

Camera Support: OTTO NEMENZ

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH LEICA SUMMILUX LENSES

Shot in and around the Los Angeles Area

Show Premiere February 16th, on NBC

 

 

GOOD GIRLS

GOOD GIRLS season three
TV show | Drama | hour long

The series follows three suburban Michigan mothers (Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman & Retta), two of whom are sisters, who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They are tired of having everything taken away from them so they decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they’re in for more than they bargained. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether than just the money.

 

Produced by NBC and Universal Television and Minnesota Logging Company.

Starring Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman, Retta, Matthew Lilliard & Manny Montana

 

Directors: Michael Weaver, Phil Traill, Lee Freidlander, Andrew Mccarthy, Sara Zandieh, & Dylan Massin

Executive Producers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Michael Weaver, Dylan Massin, Carla Waddles

Produced by Dylan Massin & Lisa Haskins

Writers: Jenna Bans, Bill Krebs, Carla Waddles, Helen Childress, Chantelle Wells, Greta Heinemann, Ester Lou Weithers, Jeremy Gordon & Vanessa Mancos

Cinematographer: Jason Oldak

Editors: Todd Gerlinger, Franky Guttman & Ken Lamere

Production Designer: Steven Jordan

Costume Designer: Peggy Schnitzer

1st Assistant Directors: Patrick Richmond & Eric Tignini

 

Gaffer: Neil Holcomb

Key Grip: Kevin Ball

Camera Operators: Gary Camp (A cam) & Brian Outland (B cam) & Nicole Lobell (C cam)

1st Assistant Camera: John Ruiz (A cam) & Jason Knoll (B cam), Patrick Blanchet (C cam)

2nd Assistant Camera: Robyn Buchanan (A cam) Em Gonzalez (B cam), Carter Smith (C cam)

Digi Utility and loader: Jonnie Mentzer & Matt Schouten

 

Senior Colorist: Todd Bochner (SIM international)

Camera Support: OTTO NEMENZ

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH LEICA SUMMILUX LENSES

Shot in and around the Los Angeles Area

Show Premiere February 16th, on NBC

 

 

SWORD OF TRUST

SWORD OF TRUST
feature film | Drama | 88min

Mel (Marc Maron) is a cantankerous pawnshop owner in Alabama who spends most of his time swindling customers while trying and failing to get his man-child employee Nathaniel (Jon Bass) to do any work. When Cynthia (Jillian Bell) and her wife Mary (Michaela Watkins) try to hawk a Civil War-era sword inherited from Cynthia’s recently deceased grandfather, he tries to get the better of them. The sword, however, comes with a convoluted report from Cynthia’s grandfather claiming the relic to be proof the South actually won the war. It isn’t long before the coveted “”prover item”” draws the attention of overzealous conspiracy theorists and the two duos have to join forces in order to sell the sword to the highest bidder. The journey that ensues takes the ragtag bunch on a tour through the deep South and the minds of the local fanatics who inhabit it. Created from the raw talent of its cast and infused with a lot of heart and laughs, Sword of Trust takes a stab at uncovering emotional truths through moments of hilarity and hits right on the mark.

Produced by Forager Films & Distributed by IFC Films

Starring Marc Maron, Michaela Watkins, Jillian Bell & Jon Bass
Director: Lynn Shelton
Written by: Lynn Shelton and Michael Patrick O’Brien
Produced by: Ted Speaker, Molly M. Mayeux and Lynn Shelton
Executive Producers: Peter Gilbert, Edwin Linker, Stacey Davis,
Associate Producer: Virginia Newcomb & Tasha McCrory
Cinematographer: Jason Oldak
Editor: Tyler L. Cook
Production Designer: John Lavin
Costume Designer: Tora Eff
1st & 2nd Assistant Directors: Drew Langer & Emily Neumann

Gaffer: Armando Ballesteros
Key Grip: Patrick Durkin
Camera Operators: Jason Oldak (A cam) & Chris Hilleke (B cam)
1st Assistant Camera: June Zandona (A cam) & Haley Watson (B cam)
2nd Assistant Camera: Jay Galloway
Camera Utility: Joshua Choran
DIT: Benjamin M. Bailey
Senior Colorist: Aaron Peak (NEON DIESEL FINISHING)

Camera Support: KESLOW CAMERA | ATLANTA

Photographed on the ARRI ALEXA MINIS WITH COOKE SPEED PANCHRO LENSES
Shot in and around the Birmingham, AL area.

In theaters July 12th and VOD July 19th.

TRINKETS

TRINKETS
season 1

NETFLIX

A MONTAGE REEL OF THE SEASON ONE SERIES.

An unexpected friendship forms when three teenage girls meet in Shoplifter’s Anonymous.
The upcoming series adapted from 10 Things I Hate About You screenwriter Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith’s novel of the same name is essentially The Breakfast Club for shoplifters — three very different girls (popular Tabitha, wallflower Elodie, and outsider Moe) cross paths at a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, and their ensuing friendship changes their lives in unexpected ways.

ICG Magazine published an articling about the making of the show here.

Produced by AwesomenessTV and distributed by NETFLIX

Starring Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool), Quintessa Swindell (Granada Nights), and Kiana Madeira (The Flash)

Directors: Sara St Onge (ep 1, 2, 9, 10), Clare Kilner (ep 3, 4), Sherwin Shilati (ep 5, 6), Hannah Macpherson (ep 7, 8)

Executive Producers: Kirsten Smith, Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer, Linda Gase, Brin Lukens, Don Dunn, Scott Levine & Melanie Krauss
Produced by Melanie Kirk & Liz Brandenburg
Writers: Amy Andelson, Stephanie Coggins, Emily Meyer, Kirsten Smith, Linda Gase, Jess Meyer, Matt Shire
Cinematographer: Jason Oldak
Editors: Philip Fowler, Scott Ashby, Ben Callahan, Matthew Diezel
Production Designer: Schuyler Telleen
Costume Designer: Courtney Paige Stern
1st Assistant Directors: Kyle LeMire, Ime Etuk
Gaffer: Neil Holcomb
Key Grip: Mark Tomlinson
Camera Operators: Gary Camp (A cam) & Shawn Sundby (B cam)
1st Assistant Camera: Nico Wachter (A cam) & Eric Macey (B cam)
2nd Assistant Camera: Michael Greenman (A cam) & Rodrigo Melgarejo (B cam)
DIT: John Spellman
Senior Colorist: Natasha Leonnet (EFILM / ENCORE)

Camera Support: Koerner Camera

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH COOKE S4 LENSES
Shot in and around the Portland, OR area.

Show Premiere JUNE 14th, on NETFLIX

TRINKETS

TRINKETS
season 1

NETFLIX

An unexpected friendship forms when three teenage girls meet in Shoplifter’s Anonymous.
The upcoming series adapted from 10 Things I Hate About You screenwriter Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith’s novel of the same name is essentially The Breakfast Club for shoplifters — three very different girls (popular Tabitha, wallflower Elodie, and outsider Moe) cross paths at a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting, and their ensuing friendship changes their lives in unexpected ways.

ICG Magazine published an articling about the making of the show here.

Produced by AwesomenessTV and distributed by NETFLIX

Starring Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool), Quintessa Swindell (Granada Nights), and Kiana Madeira (The Flash)

Directors: Sara St Onge (ep 1, 2, 9, 10), Clare Kilner (ep 3, 4), Sherwin Shilati (ep 5, 6), Hannah Macpherson (ep 7, 8)

Executive Producers: Kirsten Smith, Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer, Linda Gase, Brin Lukens, Don Dunn, Scott Levine & Melanie Krauss
Produced by Melanie Kirk & Liz Brandenburg
Writers: Amy Andelson, Stephanie Coggins, Emily Meyer, Kirsten Smith, Linda Gase, Jess Meyer, Matt Shire
Cinematographer: Jason Oldak
Editors: Philip Fowler, Scott Ashby, Ben Callahan, Matthew Diezel
Production Designer: Schuyler Telleen
Costume Designer: Courtney Paige Stern
1st Assistant Directors: Kyle LeMire, Ime Etuk
Gaffer: Neil Holcomb
Key Grip: Mark Tomlinson
Camera Operators: Gary Camp (A cam) & Shawn Sundby (B cam)
1st Assistant Camera: Nico Wachter (A cam) & Eric Macey (B cam)
2nd Assistant Camera: Michael Greenman (A cam) & Rodrigo Melgarejo (B cam)
DIT: John Spellman
Senior Colorist: Natasha Leonnet (EFILM / ENCORE)

Camera Support: Koerner Camera

Photographed on the SONY VENICE WITH COOKE S4 LENSES
Shot in and around the Portland, OR area.

Show Premiere JUNE 14th, on NETFLIX