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Former child star Tabitha Briarwood discovers she’s no longer famous, and that just isn’t okay.

Tabitha Briarwood (Victoria Gordon), once the adorable star of 90s sitcom At Home With the Turners, just got some bad news: due to a miscommunication online, the world believes she died a year ago. No problem, insists her hack agent, Pat Wonders (Stuart Pankin): he’s got just the gig to bring Tabitha some glory. The problem: Pat may have oversold the idea a teeny bit.

Featuring a supporting cast including former child stars Erin Murphy (Tabitha on Bewitched) and Scott Lane (McKeever on McKeever and the Colonel) and LA standup Hannah Einbinder, I Might Be Famous has proven a hit with audiences both online (where it maintains a five-star rating on Amazon!) and at film festivals throughout the United States.


When two high school overachievers get kicked out of school on the eve of graduation, they decide to take a different approach to life.

Lifelong overachievers Ava (Victoria Gordon) and Maddie (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) are set to go to Harvard, when a misunderstanding gets them “suspended indefinitely” from high school. Desperate, confused, and ready to see what life is like outside the confines of a classroom, the girls vow to try living life as underachievers.

Underachievers won Best Comedy at the IFS Film Festival and has received more than one million views online on Vimeo and Amazon.


A satire of the classic family sitcom that lives up to the core tenet of all family sitcoms: life is fun, sometimes very special, and always easily resolved in 22 minutes.

Meet the Wells family. They’re your perfect, average sitcom family—except it’s the 21st century and no one lives the way they do. All is fine until a suspicious new neighbor, former FBI agent Mrs. K, moves in across the street and tries to get to the bottom of this oddly retro family.

Designed for a multicamera format, Behind the Times has appeared at film festivals worldwide and was nominated for Best Comedy at the London International Film Festival.