The most recent out of town editing production took place in Stephenville, Texas, known as, “The Cowboy Capital of the World," at Clinton Anderson’s Downunder Horsemanship office near his ranch. The No Worries Club sends DVDs to its membership to help with their personal horse training efforts. Phil edited content that made a 1 hour 45 minute DVD. As that project wrapped, he began work on a 5-hour Intermediate level training series for the No Worries Club members.
There are always short term corporate projects and other business videos being shot and edited by Phil, but he is often involved in documentary projects. Here is a list of current documentary projects: Works in Progress
HENDERSON AVENUE (the documentary) starts with a buggy ride down a quaint and largely unknown section of Dallas and ends with all the sidewalk banter, frenetic activity and congestion of a mile-long urban phenomenon. So how did we get here? And what were the toils along the way? This doc is a work in progress. Like many documentaries, funding determines when post production work can be done.
Cynthia Salzman Mondell is gathering funding for the feature length production of SOLE SISTERS. There are promos and short clips from this production available, but the full production will be edited when the funding is in place. Watch a short trailer below.
From her first wobbly steps in baby shoes, to a sassy strut in new red stiletto heels, to a slow shuffle in worn bedroom slippers, SOLE SISTERS will journey through the different stages of a woman's life in a feature-length documentary. Now you can be part of this project. Join forces with award-winning filmmaker Cynthia Salzman Mondell of Media Projects as she collects women’s stories and mounts the financial campaign for her SOLE SISTERS film project.
Pegasus Theatre has performed "Living Black & White"™ productions for 30 years. Because of its longevity in the community and the uniqueness of the style, a documentary is born.
This technique was developed at Pegasus Theatre through the use of trade-secret makeup, special lighting, meticulous costuming and set creation. Combined with stylized acting Kurt Kleinmann and the ensemble of actors create the illusion that the audience is watching—not just a play—but a 1930s-40s black-and-white movie brought to life on stage!
Footage for this documentary will come from Phil Allen's personal collection of footage over the last 30 years and some recent footage acquired by producing partner, Andrew Woodups.