It’s almost here! Our labor-of-love fan fiction film G.I. JOE: THE FALL OF COBRA premieres tomorrow afternoon at 3:30pm on the AJ Epyx Productions YouTube channel! Set after the events of 1987’s G.I. JOE: THE MOVIE, a recovering Duke sends Stalker, Scarlett, and Snake-Eyes on an unsanctioned mission to Cobra Island where they confront a newly revived Cobra Commander along with Destro and the Baroness. We didn’t just make this for experimentation. We did it for the love of Joe and what we aspired the Hollywood movies to be even on a shoestring budget. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to AJEpyxProductions1 to see it first when it premieres! Yo Joe!
If you are in Staten Island, NY and want to see Milan Lazistan’s INSPIRE US sci-fi music video on the big screen, it will be screening Saturday, October 15th in the 4:30pm block at Flagship Brewery (40 Minthorne St, Staten Island, NY 10301). There will be NO COVER CHARGE this year! Come down and join us for fun!
Got the news this morning that our music video “Inspire Us” for Milan Lazistan’s album MUSIC AT MIDNIGHT was selected to screen at the Wavestock Film Festival in Staten Island, NY on October 15! It was absolutely some of the most fun we ever had working on a production. The event will take place at Flagship Brewery on 40 Minthorne Street. Stay tuned for more news about the screening time and block. Congrats to everyone!
We have another very special episode here on UNFINISHED BUSINESS to conclude our Halloween Month by interviewing Armand Mastroianni. Armand is the writer/director of the 1980 cult classic HE KNOWS YOU’RE ALONE which was the debut film of a little known actor named Tom Hanks. Hosts Jeff Gallashaw and Andre´ Joseph of AJ Epyx Productions sit down with Armand to discuss this movie, his start in the business, subsequent films such as THE KILLING HOUR (aka THE CLAIRVOYANT), THE SUPERNATURALS, and his various works on television. We’re really excited about this one and very thankful to Armand for making the time to speak with us.
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For those of you who missed it, check out the virtual panel discussion from Staten Island’s Downtown Film Fest from this past summer when director Andre´ Joseph was interviewed by Kevyn Fairchild to discuss THE SAXOPHONIST alongside Emeka Mbadiwe who also screened his amazing film, JAMMED. The film will be virtually screening again FOR FREE this Saturday as part of the Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival in the 7:05-8:26pm block (STREAM 2) where we are nominated for Best Long Short, Best Director, and Best Actor!
We have been waiting weeks to let the world know about this very special announcement and now we can give it to you: AJ Epyx Productions’ first feature film from 2008, PRICELESS, will be part of the Moore Television Network lineup in August!
For those unfamiliar with the film written and directed by Andre’, the story follows a womanizing jewel thief (Andre’ Joseph) who tries to reform his ways by reuniting with his former girlfriend-turned-single mother (Tasha Perri) while running from vicious mobsters. The film features Anthony Mangano from Green Book; Bernard “Pretty Purdie who is the world’s most recorded drummer best known for working with Aretha Franklin, Steely Dan, and countless other artists (Also has a huge following in Japan); A.J. Pero the late drummer of the 80s rock band Twisted Sister; Mohamed Dione who played Whoopi Goldberg’s son in a famous episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent; Lisa Regina from The Sopranos; Robert Clohessy from Boardwalk Empire and Blue Bloods; Brandon Hannan from The Sopranos; Aesha Waks from Gotham; Laneya Wiles from Gimme Shelter.
Moore Television Network is a digital network that offers an opportunity for everyone to have a voice. The network allows whoever wants to have a show on television to have one. The network is available on Roku, Amazon TV firestick, Smart TV and Android TV.
Priceless will be available starting August through the end of the year. Various merchandise and incentives will be available in the coming weeks. Until then, you can listen to this great radio interview with Andre’ about the film and his career on Spotlight with Moore hosted by Moore TV founder Dr. Cheri Moore and guest host THE VOICE OF KCMRADIO3.com:
View the original trailer for the film below:
Big thanks to Kevyn Fairchild and the Downtown Film Fest for having The Saxophonist be part of their first annual event this past weekend! Also you must see Emeka Mbadiwe’s JAMMED when you get a chance! Such a perfect short film for our times!
If you live in the United Kingdom, the film is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video UK! Check it out and please write us a review.
I will be taking part in a live Q&A session to discuss The Saxophonist as part of the Downtown Film Fest tonight at 7pm EST. Click link to view all the films and get your FREE ticket for this collection. https://watch.eventive.org/cinemaconnex/play/5ecdbf0eafeaaf003636dee4/5ecdc07f08faf400623bbb66
Our virtual screening of THE SAXOPHONIST in Staten Island’s 1st Downtown Film Fest will take place next Thursday, June 11. Each of the film programs below will be available to screen anytime you’d like for the duration of the festival. Just make sure to order your ticket for each collection to get access. From 12:05am on June 11th you can begin watching, and you’ll have until 11:55pm on June 14th to finish. Make sure to join us each night of the festival for live, virtual Q&A’s with the filmmakers. Learn more + get tickets below. THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR EVERYONE!
Our award-winning dramatic short film THE SAXOPHONIST will be screening again as part of Staten Island’s first annual Downtown FilmFest to be held June 11-14th. This will be a virtual screening event for all films and Q&A sessions. Best of all, the screenings are free ticket registration. We’ll have more information about the screening date and links soon. Congrats to our team! Also, don’t forget it will screen later this fall at the Hang on to Your Shorts Film Festival in NJ.