This story was originally here on my blog, but after a good, much-needed edit, it became exponentially better and was then accepted for publication in the iconic, warm Deep South Magazine. I could not be more proud. Makes me wanna drink a big ‘ole glass of sweet tea.
It’s inspired by real people who I knew from my dad’s hair salon in the Beverly Hills of Dallas, Park Cities.
Read the story here.
Yes, it’s true. Our film, “His Name is Bob“, was voted by the Dallas Observer as in the Top 10 best music docs in the city.
Huge honor. Here is the link to the story.
Just a quick back story: I co-produced it with J. Sebastian and Heather Lee. Together, we are 3 Frogs Productions.
Selected to be in nine film festivals across the U.S., the film received distribution on The Documentary Channel and ran for a year. After that it received streaming distribution from Nelson Madison Films in Los Angeles, and it can be seen now on Amazon Prime, Google Play, YouTube Movie Rentals and SnagFilms.
You can also buy a DVD on our site.
The story of a spiritual savant who survives his own personal holocaust.
A line from our trailer that pretty much says it all:
Bob has nothing to offer us. Except the answer that could save us all.
Come join us on a spiritual journey.