‘Commit to the Song’ now on Amazon!

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Commit to the Song: The Joe Thomas Jr. Guitar Pull is now available for rent or purchase on Amazon.

The feature documentary stars Robert “Bubba” Hall, Gini Thomas, Jonathan Tew, Greg Thornton, Michael Thornton, Sarah Thornton, and Mike Winkelman. Directed by Josh Carples.

Watch it here.

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Megan McMillan – “Things That Change” out now!

A Terrible Master Films production. Megan McMillan – “Things That Change.”

Credits:

Director: Josh Carples
1st AD / B-Camera Op: Jake Maben
Hair and Makeup: Kandy Shoults
P.A. – Jarrod McMillan

Special thanks:

Dwight & Pat Hutson
Jaime & Barbara Terry
Eric Hull & Black Warrior Brewing Co.
Royce Williams

Song info:

Written and performed by Megan McMillan
Produced by Shawn Byrne at Great Hill Studio in Nashville, TN

New TMF projects in the works

More details will be provided as these projects get closer to completion, but TMF is currently finishing up a music video, helping complete a film as a co-producer with C Squared Films, and working on a documentary project with two co-producers (one of which is Carolyn Jean’s Son Visions.)

Spot for “Seville: The Basement Cuts” coming soon

A spot for a Montgomery salon – Seville: The Basement Cuts – will be coming soon.

The spot stars Brittany Vallely, seen here:

And Christopher S. Hubbard, seen here:

It was directed by Josh Carples.

‘Documentary Honoring Legacy of Local Musician Community’

The Alabama News Network covered the Montgomery area screening of Commit to the Song: The Joe Thomas Jr. Guitar Pull at the Capri Theatre on Feb. 20.

“For Josh to recognize it and make a whole documentary of how it came to be and tell Joe’s story… touching on another level. I’ve watched it ten times prior to this to try to prepare myself, and I still had to leave in the middle of it. It’s incredibly special and touching that someone would make a whole event out of this and Joe’s life and what he dedicated his life to,” said Gini [Thomas].

Read the entire article: “Documentary Honoring Legacy of Local Musician Community

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