- Feb 3, 2009 10:16 PM Check out our final POSTER!
- Jun 13, 2008 8:27 AM Enter the LIFE WITH FIONA ’Write Our DVD Synopsis" Sweepstakes!
- May 13, 2008 1:32 AM Long time no speak!
- Feb 20, 2008 12:47 AM So here’s the latest from the World of Fiona...
- Jan 21, 2008 9:50 PM We’re playing Seattle again as part of STIFF Nights!
About me:LIFE WITH FIONA is a twisted romantic comedy starring Greg Lobb and Avery Clyde.
With well over 50 speaking parts and featuring some of the best up-and-coming actors, comics and musicians in Los Angeles, the film also stars Rook Overman, Raynecat, Jonathan Walker Spencer and Eddie Pepitone, with Boris Hamilton, Daniel Leslie, Tracy Wilcoxen, Carol Margraf, Carol Herman, Charlie Gilbert, Tom Sharpe, Paul Hopkins, Cory Assink, Stephen A.F. Day, Brendan Davis, and Alexander Soto co-starring. It also features memorable cameos from Kim Kendall, Natasha Leggero, Wendy Carter, Michelle Sharpe, Ana Rey, Stacy Michelle Gold, Vera Kopp, Cassy Assink, Beverly Hinds, and many, many more...
The film was written and directed by Greg Lobb and produced and edited by Brendan Davis.
Here's Life With Fiona on IMDb
and a link to our website. :)
And hey, look: it's Life With Fiona's own Tom Sharpe, being funny on the TV!
Who I'd like to meet:..MORE PEOPLE WHO SAY THINGS LIKE THIS:..
"The Estes Park Film Festival is excited to screen Life With Fiona as our opening night feature. Greg Lobb and Avery Clyde are outstanding in their leading roles, supported by a cast of some of the most talented up-and-coming actors in the industry. Producer/Editor Brendan Davis and Writer/Director Greg Lobb have created a romantic comedy that is off-beat but thoroughly believable, touching but not sappy, and most importantly: very, very funny". - Cliff Armitage, Estes Park Film Festival co-director..
"Actor-writer-director Greg Lobb's Life with Fiona does the Kevin Smith hyperliterate romantic thing - with a quarter of the smarm." - Andrew Wright, The Stranger (Seattle)
"Life With Fiona tells the story of what happens when a regular guy actually lands a woman who is way too hot for him. Watching him as he ignores the tell-tale signs to RUN is as uncomfortable as it is hilarious throughout!" - Kevin Gilbert, STIFF Programming Director
"Funny characters and funnier situations give this film a charm that can't help but make you laugh!" - Henry Davidson, DancesWithFilms
We'd also like to meet people who love comedy films - be they fans, fellow filmmakers, friends, festival programmers, or distributors - in general.
And the winner for "Coolest Festival Logo" is...Festivus!.. .. ..........
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Dating, Serious Relationships, Friends
- Body type: 8' 2" / More to love!
- Ethnicity: Other
- Religion: Taoist
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
- Children: Love kids, but not for me
- Smoke / Drink: No / Yes
- Education: College graduate
- Occupation: Cinematic Excellence.
GeneralWell, we'd really like to be picked up for major distribution and get an overall production deal or two. Too much?
MusicOur soundtrack is pretty groovy, if we do say so ourselves (and we're not the only ones). The score and sound design were done by soundwarrior (which is Robin Lynn and Tony Austin) and the film also features tons of great original songs by Tim Acres, AM, Beth Thornley, Gram Rabbit, The Cloves, Zeroleen, Jay & The Americans and many more.
Tim Acres wrote (and recorded, along with the film's Brendan Davis and Jonathan Walker Spencer) the rockin' theme song called "Why Can't I Get It Right?", which - along with Tim's three other contributions to the film - was produced by the one and only Harry Maslin.
BooksThe Kid Stays In The Picture by Robert Evans.
Chris Gore's Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide.
HeroesLew Wasserman, Warren Beatty, Michael Cimino.