Deep in the Southwest, love and heartbreak make death come alive.
A new trailer for "Texoma." Expected release is SOON!
I was a bit nervous to film because I hadn’t met or interacted with any of the other actors in the film yet, and I believe my scenes were the first to be filmed. My nerves quickly subsided with the help of Dr. Jenkins and my brother. It was great filming my scenes - I feel like it went smoothly and I wanted to keep filming because we were having so much fun.
I’ve had the pleasure to work with Dr. Jenkins and Charles Stanley on a prior film, Veda. It was an honor to star as Veda Novak - I loved it! Playing Veda was challenging and exciting. Veda’s character was calculating yet flirty, captivating and mysterious all at once. Veda was the first feature film I participated in and I enjoyed every second of it. My experience with Dr. Jenkins, Charles Stanley, Christopher Clark and all of the cast was awesome! I truly felt like it was a collaborative effort between the Directors, Producer, cast and crew. They were there every step of the way to provide guidance and constructive feedback to myself and the rest of the cast. Everyone put their best foot forward, by working as many hours in the day as needed in order to get things done.
I am currently producing my first documentary alongside International Director, Alexandra Galindo Moreno. We started filming in December 2016 and it is an ongoing production. The documentary focuses on the tragedy of losing my parents, the struggles my brothers and I have endured since then and also the healing modalities we have incorporated. Our objective is to give others hope and show them that no matter what they are going through, they can obtain harmony, happiness, peace and make their dreams a reality.
I really enjoyed working with Dr. Jenkins and his team and look forward to working with them in the near future! They are high caliber Directors, Writers and Producers who are so creative, talented, hard working, encouraging yet so down to earth. It has been an honor to work with them. We have talked about working together in a possible novela, which really excites me because one of my dreams is to be in a bilingual novela. Thank you, Dr. Jenkins, for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your films, I truly appreciate it.
Dan seeks out and takes on challenging roles in such Texas made short films as “Houston” (Where, I might add, Pat Bishow plays the role of the President of the United States in a mighty fine performance) and “Maximum Credibility.” Dan’s crowning achievement comes with the 2010 epic motion picture “Beaches, Buns and Bikinis.” He stars with American acting icon Ron Jeremy. Dan relishes the success and recognition this portrayal brings. It becomes difficult for him to grab a burger at a Jack in the Box without being recognized.
However it’s another 6 years before audiences will have an opportunity to savor Dan’s acting. His triumphant return to the big screen is happening with the new feature “Texoma”. Dan plays the easy going rancher Clint Forest.
Three AM Films and Misfits of Film present "Texoma." Clint Forest faces trial over the murder of a rival rancher who schemed to get Clint's ranch and his girlfriend. See the movie Fall, 2017.
With this Ouija board a couple of friends and I managed to drum up a completely false entity that came completely out of my clever friends imagination. She scared the hell out of my friend Rachael and I and we ran screaming through the house, disturbing my mother who was watching reality TV on the couch. In receiving this part, it was amazing to me that I would identify so much with my first character to play.
Of course I was a little nervous on shooting day. I had a class presentation that Thursday morning and had to leave to Lawton straight from there. Once on the highway I was greeted by THREE, yes, three, tolls that required exact change I didn’t even have. I already felt vastly unprepared. It wasn’t the best way to start off a groundbreaking day, but once I actually got to Lawton and met my fellow actors, I knew it was all going to be just fine.
Matt was great at creating an open environment so we could all get to know each other before we shot. The girls were incredibly welcoming and we laughed for the majority of the way we drove to shoot. We had some hiccups. It was much windier than we had anticipated and a huge yellow CAT grader just so happened to be working on the same road in the middle of nowhere where we shot that day… But it just added to the experience. This was an incredible group to shoot with and I am so grateful that my first professional experience with acting was with this one.
mean you'll probably watch this scene and wonder why she is behaving so hostile while Clint is just sitting there calm as a cucumber. She's impulsive and childish. I think she really wants to get a rise out of him but he refuses to give her what she wants. So her final attempt to break into his anger, get him to show some emotion is throwing the cake down, and yet she still doesn't get what she wants.
But starting at this point with Kat i think was great because then you get to see how throughout the film she matures and grows. I think it's going to be a fun process making her into a character that you can love by the end of the film, even if you love to hate her first!