The Bathroom Diaries
Post production for the first installment of The Bathroom Diaries is complete. A gritty, sensual, dark comedic slice of life into the downfall of a Los Angeles Probation Officer, Ray Peratta. A drug dealer, sex addict, who is struggling to take care of his dying father, pay the bills and uphold the law. Ray is caught in a web of self destruction, his fragile world built upon lies becomes unhinged as a decade of ill planted seeds come to harvest in one cold winter.
Based on the book "Paris In Flames", THE BATHROOM DIARIES is a crime-drama about self-destruction and redemption. Directed by Jake Barsha and produced by Eric Ragan, featuring an amazing cast of new and established talent. Robert Paul Taylor, Domiziano Archangeli, Jason Davis, Austin Musick, Robert Axelrod, J. Scott Shonka, J.D. Driskill, Stephen Winders, Cela Scott, Sierra Collins, Robert Swain Jr., Paula Rodriguez, Leslie Lluvet, Vianessa Castanos and more!
The Funny Man
A villain videotapes his victims, demanding that they say something funny on camera prior to killing them. Cast includes Leslie Easterbrook, David Fine, Abby Wathen, Ryan Reyes, Jessica Cameron, Nicki Tomlinson, Domiziano Arcangeli, Shaun Gerardo, and Don Danielson.
The Devil Gets His Due
THE DEVIL GETS HIS DUE is the story of a man's descent into jealous rage, in which the main character is blackmailed and persuaded to commit horrible acts of violence in order to save the woman he loves. When James Montgomery is handed a photograph of his wife; in which she is bound, gagged, and beaten, he finds himself faced with a dilemma. He learns the hard way that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
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In 2009 Right Hook Films launched a series of videos intended for Internet audiences called Leidy's New Boyfriend. The series has had more than 1,500,000 collective views on multiple platforms and is accumulating thousands of additional views every day. In 2011 Right Hook Films launched a 10 part horror series called THE FUNNY MAN (budgeted at $40,000) filmed and edited over a 7-day period and exclusively streamed on www.dailymotion.com which garnered 50,000 views on Halloween, 2011 and over 250,000 views in the first 21 days of streaming. According to Dailymotion, the marketing value of THE FUNNY MAN series exceeded $500K USD. Collectively our projects have generated well over 2 million page views, and demonstrate our potential as NEW MEDIA content creators. Video sharing platforms like Youtube and Dailymotion receive billions of viewers each day. Youtube alone receives more than 2 billion viewers per day and the U.S.A. accounts for 70% of them - and half of those users are under 20. We have several exciting NEW MEDIA projects in development and sponsorship opportrunities are presently available.
During the 1960's Tony Barsha, a beat generation poet and playwright from New York City's Theater Genesis scene, shot a feature length film. Theatre Genesis was an off-off-Broadway theater founded in 1964 by Ralph Cook. Located in the historic St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, it produced the work of new American playwrights, including Lanford Wilson, Murray Mednick, Leonard Melfi, Walter Hadler, Sam Shepard and notably Tony Barsha. It is regarded as one of four theaters responsible for the explosion of New York's off-off-Broadway theater movement, along with Joe Cino's Caffe Cino, Judson Poets Theatre and La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. The legendary photographer Ralph Gibson, whose photographs have been exhibited in museums all over the world, helmed the camera. The cast featured several of the actors who were part of the off-off Broadway La Mama theater scene during the 1960's. More than 25,000 feet of film was shot and titled AVOCADO, but the film was never finished… UNTIL NOW. After more than 40 years, the master reels have been found. A historically significant project and true labor of love.