Ten year-old Basil sets out to find his mother when she disappears while on vacation in Hawai'i. Official Selection - Austin Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival
• written and directed by Timothy Edwards • produced by Elizabeth Chatelain and Timothy Edwards • cinematography by E.J. Enriquez • edited by Timothy Edwards • original music by John Wilde • starring Trey Bumpass, John Ratliff, Mylinda Royer, Tony Silva
Theodore must grant his grandfather's last wish the night before his grandmother's funeral. Single for the first time in sixty-five years, the old man wants the company of a young woman. Official Selection - Texas Filmmakers Showcase, Newport Beach Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, Dallas Videofest
• written and directed by Timothy Edwards • produced by Catherine DeMartino and Timothy Edwards • cinematography by E.J. Enriquez • edited by Timothy Edwards • original music composed and produced by Justin Sherburn • starring Carl Guthrie, Megan Minto, Charley Devany, Amory Casto, Jerry Turman, Eva McQuade, Hilah Johnson and Stephanie BoWell
Instrumental (full film)
Deep in the heart of Texas Bill Collings and his merry band of luthiers build some of the finest guitars on the planet.
• directed by Timothy Edwards • cinematography by Timothy Edwards, Monique Walton, Roshan Murthy • edited by Timothy Edwards • music by Joe McColley
Paperless Office (full film)
Trapped in an office restroom when he runs out of paper goods, an obsessive-compulsive must find a way out without touching the door handle.
• written and directed by Timothy Edwards • produced by Ying Liu • cinematography by Gaia Bonsignore • edited by Timothy Edwards • original music by Timothy Edwards • starring Mark Stewart, Steve Wright, Bill Price, Eric Vann Fox, John Daws, Tiger Sheu and Ying Liu
The Moon and Yo-Yo Ma
I wouldn't say I wrote or directed this. I was just sitting in my backyard one night, listening to this piece by Bach, and watching the clouds race across the full moon.
Editor | Assistant Editor
DOCUMENTARY FILM | The Other Side of Immigration
I worked as Assistant Editor on this wonderful doc. Based on over 700 interviews in Mexican towns where about half the population has left to work in the United States, The Other Side of Immigration asks why so many Mexicans come to the U.S. and what happens to the families and communities they leave behind. Through an approach that is both subtle and thought-provoking, filmmaker Roy Germano provides a perspective on undocumented immigration rarely witnessed by American eyes, challenging audiences to imagine more creative and effective solutions to the problem.
REALITY | Shipping Wars: Marc Delivers an Oversized Houseboat (S7,E3)
Marc delivers an oversized and expensive houseboat in this scene from "Smooth Sailin', Rough Ridin'".
I was an Assistant Editor for three season's of A&E's hit reality series Shipping Wars. I later moved into an Additional Editor role, where I cut assembly scenes for episode rough cuts, including this gem.
REALITY | My 600 lb Life: 7,000 Calories a Day (S2, E5)
Christina's husband and mother are enabling her to eat 7,000 calories a day.
I was Lead Assistant Editor on all eight episodes of TLC's My 600 lb Life, Season 2. I managed a team of three Assistant Editors as we logged and organized over 1,200 hours of raw footage. I also helped cut assembly scenes for some of the episodes.
WEB | The Salon at SXSW Presented by MediaCom
A sizzle reel I cut for MediaCom at SXSW 2015. Editing was performed onsite with less than 24 hour turnaround.
WEB | Beats by Dre @ SXSW 2012
A sizzle reel I cut for Beats by Dre during SXSW 2012. Editing was performed onsite, with less than 24 hour tunraround.
WEB | The Sound and the Jury Finals 2009 DellLounge
The Sound and the Jury finals ROCKED! The Top 5 finalists met at Antone's nightclub in Austin for an evening of some serious musical competition. All night, the club was filled with cheers, crowd surfing and the sweet smell of victory when the winner was announced.
Produced by Super!Alright! for Dell Lounge. I think I was involved with the editing of this, but it's been a while.
WEB | Dead Venues Live: Club Foot (S1, E1)
A huge part of Austins music scene in the 80s, Club Foot (which lived where the Frost Bank Tower now stands) helped break such seminal punk legends as The Skunks. Veteran musician/writer Jesse Sublett talks with Ume frontwoman Lauren Larson about Club Foots checkered past, shedding light on the history of this venerable Austin institution.
Produced by Super!Alright! for Dell Lounge. Edited by Timothy Edwards.