Zoiea Ohizep “Thought it Was You” Music Video

“Thought it Was You”
Produced by Zoiea Ohizep, Bob Baldwin, and Dennis Johnson
Written and Performed by Zoiea Ohizep

Directed, Shot, and edited by
André Joseph

Video Concept by
André Joseph

Starring
Zoiea Ohizep
Lissette Cancel
and
Suaine Harris

Production Assistant
Chris Galassi

Special Thanks
Ashley & Clearson Martin
The Vino Theater (Brooklyn, NY)
Brooklyn Skyline Video by Sarowar Hussain from Pexels

Filmed on
Panasonic Lumix GH4 and iPhone 11

Shot on Location in
Stamford, CT and Brooklyn, NY

2022 AJ Epyx Productions, LLC
ajepyxproductions.com

DISMISSAL TIME: An Interview with Oliver Feaster (“TK Clark”)

Introducing Oliver Feaster as “TK Clark,” the young victim in DISMISSAL TIME. For more about the Dismissal Time short film from AJ Epyx Productions, visit our LinkTree at https://linktr.ee/ajepyxdismissaltime and check out our hashtags, #DismissalTimeStories #DontDismissMe.

DISMISSAL TIME will be premiering at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival 6/8/22 @ 3pm in the SeraPhi Screening Room @ 941 N. Front Street. Get tickets & full schedule now at FilmFreeway under #PIFF listing.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE BASKETBALL DIARIES (1995)

This DEEP DIVE for Unfinished Business TELEVISION goes down the underbelly of ’90s NYC cinema with THE BASKETBALL DIARIES. Directed by the late Scott Kalvert, based on Jim Carroll’s novel, the controversial drama was a breakout film for Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Wahlberg. But which tragic young talent was up for the lead role? Find out and learn more! Follow Jeff on Instagram @Projectorj1 and @Unfinsihedb2 and on Twitter @MrUniverse and @UnfinishedB1. Follow André on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx and see more about his film work at AJepyxproductions.com.

DISMISSAL TIME: An Interview with Lisa Regina (“Sharon Vance”)

Introducing Lisa Regina as “Sharon Vance,” the teacher in DISMISSAL TIME. For more about the Dismissal Time short film from AJ Epyx Productions, visit our LinkTree at https://linktr.ee/ajepyxdismissaltime and check out our hashtags, #DismissalTimeStories #DontDismissMe. Support Lisa’s non-profit, A Write to Heal, at https://awritetoheal.com/

DISMISSAL TIME will be premiering at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival 6/8/22 @ 3pm in the SeraPhi Screening Room @ 941 N. Front Street. Get tickets & full schedule now at FilmFreeway under #PIFF listing.

DISMISSAL TIME Screening Date Announced

After weeks of anxiously waiting, we finally received the screening schedule for the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival! Our screening for Dismissal Time is listed under “Political Dynamics (Political Filmmaking)” and the information is as follows:

Wednesday, June 8th, 2022

Screening Block Time: 3:00pm – 4:45pm

SeraPhi Screening Room

941 N. Front Street

Philadelphia, PA 19123

General admission tickets for a single screening block are $10. You can purchase any ticket options at FilmFreeway. More info about the festival can be found at the PIFF official website. Hope to see you there!

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE GOLDEN CHILD (1986)

The chosen one of this week’s Unfinished Business TELEVISION DEEP DIVE is Eddie Murphy’s first attempt at a PG-13 fantasy adventure, THE GOLDEN CHILD. How did a serious detective story intended for Mel Gibson become a Beverly Hills Cop-like comedy vehicle for Eddie? Plus we share our first experiences with the movie, how it was supposed to launch an Indiana Jones-like franchise for Eddie, and who the other A-list filmmakers that Eddie sought for this misunderstood epic.

Follow Jeff on Instagram @Projectorj1 and @Unfinsihedb2 and on Twitter @MrUniverse and @UnfinishedB1. Follow André on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx and see more about his film work at AJepyxproductions.com.

Unfinished Business: May 2022

This is a mega pint-sized monthly episode of Unfinished Business TELEVISION! We’re jammed full of reviews on Nicholas Cage’s UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT, Steven Spielberg’s remake of WEST SIDE STORY, RED ROCKET, and DEEP WATER. Plus our take on Justin Lin dropping out of FAST X, the announcement of THE BATMAN 2, the Sony film announcements at CinemaCon, and so much more!

Follow Jeff on Instagram @Projectorj1 and @Unfinsihedb2 and on Twitter @MrUniverse and @UnfinishedB1. Follow André on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx and see more about his film work at AJepyxproductions.com.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE FAN (1996)

The legendary Tony Scott is the highlight in this episode of Unfinished Business TELEVISION’s DEEP DIVE. The guys look back at this flawed ‘90s thriller with Robert De Niro playing a psychotic baseball fanatic and Wesley Snipes as the struggling star in his sights. With a pre-Oscar appearance by Benicio Del Toro, how did Scott fall so short of the mound?

Follow Jeff on Instagram @Projectorj1 and @Unfinsihedb2 and on Twitter @MrUniverse and @UnfinishedB1. Follow André on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx and see more about his film work at AJepyxproductions.com.

SUPERMAN LOVER: A Music Video Parody

This is an experimental parody shot pre-pandemic to showcase our love for DC Comics and the Justice League. It is not intended to be taken seriously…. at all.

“SUPERMAN LOVER”

Directed by André Joseph

Concept by André Joseph & Michael Schiavo

Based on the song “Superman Lover” by Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson from the album “Ain’t That a Bitch”

CAST
SUPERMAN – Frank Santanastaso
BATMAN – Michael Schiavo
ROBIN – Gaspare Randazzo
WONDER WOMAN – Xandra Stegmaier
GREEN LANTERN – Albert Albanese
SUPERGIRL – Tori Smith

Production Assistant Chris Galassi

Visual Effects by Stormsvisual

Filmed on location in Staten Island, NY.

Footage from SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE and LOIS & CLARK owned by Warner Bros.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – THE HEAVENLY KID (1985)

On this edition of Unfinished Business Television’s DEEP DIVE, hosts Jeff Gallashaw and André Joseph look back at a little 80s cult classic, THE HEAVENLY KID. This reverse Back to the Future meets Teen Wolf meets Heaven Can’t Wait stars Lewis Smith (BUCKAROO BANZAI), Jason Gedrick (IRON EAGLE), Mark Metcalf (ANIMAL HOUSE), an unknown Jane Kaczmarek before MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, and the legendary Richard Mulligan. Armed with a surprisingly hot soundtrack by George Duke, how did this charming romantic comedy get lost in the shuffle? Find out and learn more!

Follow Jeff on Instagram @Projectorj1 and @Unfinsihedb2 and on Twitter @MrUniverse and @UnfinishedB1. Follow André on Twitter and Instagram @ajepyx and see more about his film work at AJepyxproductions.com.