The Production of DISMISSAL TIME Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Published today is the first of many news articles discussing the production of our new film, Dismissal Time! Check out the story that Kevin Riordan at the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote. Big special thanks to Lisa Regina for making this happen: https://www.inquirer.com/news/racism-cyberbullying-subjects-of-upcoming-film-shot-in-philly-area-20211026.html

We are still seeking anyone who is willing to tell their anti-bullying, anti-racism story as part of our end credit sequence. Learn more in the video below:

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – 28 DAYS LATER (2002)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – 28 DAYS LATER (2002)

Our last deep dive for Halloween Month of Unfinished Business arrives as we discuss the greatness that is Danny Boyle’s 28 DAYS LATER. This British zombie apocalypse classic launched the careers of Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, and screenwriter Alex Garland while launching a franchise in the process.

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DISMISSAL TIME Wants to Hear to Your Story

With production now wrapped on DISMISSAL TIME, we begin the next important phase of the project with editing, sound mixing, and music. But we also have something very important we would like to do in fitting the movie’s themes. If you have been a victim or a witness to racially motivated bullying in school and/or witnessed a school administration’s lack of effort to take action, we would like for you to tell your story on camera and have it featured in the end credits. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact me directly at ajepyx1@gmail.com to tell your story. If we feel your story is appropriate for the film, you can shoot your testimonial on your phone and send it to us before we complete the editing process by early next year. Thank you.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DEEP DIVE – FEAR (1996)

Our Halloween Month continues here at Unfinished Business. This week, we take a deep dive into this Gen X sleeper gem FEAR which was the breakthrough film for Marky Mark himself, Mark Wahlberg, and a pre-Legally Blonde Reese Witherspoon. Also featuring a pre-CSI William Petersen. What made this Fatal Attraction knock-off so different from the rest? You’ll also discover how dark and twisted the original script was from the final film!


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Lisa Regina & Andre’ Joseph to Appear on “New Perspectives” on RVN TV

Lisa Regina and I had a great time today as we were being interviewed by the wonderful Barry Lefkowitz for his talk show, New Perspectives. We spoke about our careers and the importance of our new project Dismissal Time in relation to how the film will impact audiences. The full episode will stream on RVN Television network Nov. 10th at 8:30pm and Nov. 13th at 3:30pm!

DISMISSAL TIME Behind the Scenes Pics from Day 2

More pics from Day 2 of filming courtesy of Lisa Regina! Big special thanks to The Philadelphia Clef Club and Victor Lofts in Camden, NJ for allowing us to use their spaces for our shoot!

While we are halfway through the production of our film, we still need as much support as possible to cover the costs for post-production in the coming months after we wrap. Especially the costs for producing music and marketing the final film. You can still make a fully tax deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor Fractured Atlas today at the following link: https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/dismissal-time…

Unfinished Business: October 2021

It’s Halloween Month here at UNFINISHED BUSINESS! All the latest episodes we have in store will be movie reviews on both classic and modern thrillers as well as a big surprise before the season is out. This month’s edition we look at the recent releases of Netflix’s KATE and HBO Max’s MALIGNANT. Plus, the latest news and trailer reviews.


Lastly, Jeff and Andre beg the question what would a remake of COCOON look like?


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ANGELINA Screening Date & Time at Atlantic City Cinefest Announced

If you want to check out Milan Martin‘s music video ANGELINA on the big screen, come to the Atlantic City Cinefest on Saturday, October 23 in BLOCK 8 at 8:05 p.m. – 10:10 p.m.

$5 per block/$20 for all festival pass. To order online, visit https://filmfreeway.com/atlanticcitycinefest/tickets. Half-price tickets for family members of filmmakers must be purchased at the door. All films screened at Stockton University’s Atlantic City Residence Complex, 3701 Boardwalk. All screening times are rounded up to a whole number. Masks must be worn in the auditorium.