Season 1

“Who is Jon Porter?” is a sci-fi comedy web series about a man who has a bizarre and uncontrollable power: the ability to teleport whenever he uses the restroom. His power hasn’t gone undetected, however. Agents from a secret government organization known as Department 24 have noticed him and are seeking to capture him. He struggles to stay one step ahead of them while navigating a series of increasingly awkward situations.

Temporal Things (Cliffhanger Version)

After breaking up with his girlfriend, Nathan becomes obsessed with figuring out a way to travel back in time and change the past.

This film was done as part of the Knoxville Film Fesival’s 7-day Shootout competition.

Required elements:
Genre – Cliffhanger
Action – Moving water
Dialogue – Any famous movie line


A con-artist’s world is shaken up when he encounters a customer who has had a mysterious dream.

Albert’s Trip Home

In 1943, Dr. Albert Hofmann inadvertently discovered the hallucinogenic effects of LSD.

This was our entry into the 2015 Knoxville 54 Hour Film Festival. We chose to get experimental with this film and attempt a few DIY camera tricks that didn’t turn out as we’d hoped. This was also one of our first runs with the BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera.

Genre: Historical Fiction

Solemn Witness – I am Man

The music video for “I am Man” by Solemn Witness

Solemn Witness – Christian Strong

The music video for “Christian Strong” by Solemn Witness.

Robbie Lewis


Robbie Lewis was born and bred in the urban heart of East Tennessee in Knoxville. His interests include literature, foreign languages, and film. His lifelong interest in the performing arts came to fruition in the final year of his high school education, and has continued to manifest itself in short films and other avenues ever since. Notable performances include:

  • Mystic Melvin in Freckles,
  • Nikola Tesla in Albert’s Trip Home, and
  • Cletus Scruggs in Right as Rain (Or the Great Jam Debacle).

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Gabriel Crutchfield

Gabriel Crutchfield was born in Knoxville, TN. He spent eight years working in news before entering competitions at film festivals as a hobby in 2012. Since then, he has completed six short films, including This Is Not a Game (2014).

His achievements include “Movie We’d Most Like to See” in the 2013 Knoxville Horror Film Festival’s Grindhouse Grindout competition as well as “Best Use of Elements” in the 2014 Knoxville 24-hour Film Festival.

The Website is Live!

It’s been a long road, but after more than two years we finally managed to launch a website. Welcome to our home on the web. Please browse the site and learn more about us and what we do, and while you’re at it, check out our short films and trailers and leave some comments!

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