Ten ’til Noon wins the BEST SCREENPLAY award at the Phoenix Film Festival.
The SAG Foundation will be hosting a screening and Q/A for both Morphin(e) & Ten ’til Noon on April 12th at 7:00pm. This is a FREE screening so you must register to attend at the SAG Foundation. Ten ’til Noon Reviewed by Brian McKay on EFilmCritic.com. Reviews from the 8th. Annual San Francisco independent Film Festival. “The Best Movies Never to Play a Multiplex”. Click here to read John Stackpole’s reviews.
Ten ’til Noon and 29 Reasons to Run have both been made official selections at the 7th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival. 29 Reasons to Run is a winner again: BEST DOMESTIC FILM at the 2006 Foursite Film Festival. Ten ’til Noon has been made an official selection at The San Fernando Valley International Film Festival! The Festival will be held at the Beverly Garland Hotel in North Hollywood. “Ten ’til Noon” will screen on March 18th at 7:00PM. I hope to see you there.
29 Reasons to Run wins 3rd award in 3rd Fest! It just won BEST COMEDY FEATURE at the 2006 Gem City Film Festival Fest! Ten ’til Noon has been made an official selection at the Phoenix International Film Festival in late March. The festival runs from March 23-30.
Ten ’til Noon has just been accepted into its third film festival. It is now an official selection of the Riverside Film Festival. Paul, alongside Scott Storm and Paul Osborne are currently producing a documentary titled “Official Rejection“.
29 Reasons to Run won Best Feature at The Southern Fried Flicks film festival.
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Morphin(e) has just been reviewed by Daulton Dickey from Film Threat, check out what Doulton has to say Film Threat the Truth in Entertainment. Off to yet another project, Paul is currently working on the independent feature film A Line in the Sand, playing Sergeant Johnson of the US Marine Corp.
Morphin(e) will then Screen in Atlanta on September 03, 2005. Screening information to be announced.
The pilot Central Booking has just wrapped, where Paul took on the role of Deputy Tompkins at a correctional facility.
Ten ’til Noon is expected to be released on June 15th. 2005. Paul’s character, Nickel a loyal and committed, sleek and shy hit-man who lives life on the edge, brought a presence to the screen that captivates the audience.
Morphin(e) is now an official selection of the 6th. Annual Malibu Film Festival and the 6th. Annual Newport Beach Film Festival. Morphin(e) garnered him the lead role as Jack Norris, a vulnerable Ex-Con who’s just trying to get his life back on track.
Paul remains one of the busiest working actors in Hollywood and admits that he loves to work. Don’t expect him to slow down anytime soon!