Latest Titles With Justin D.M. Palmer
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6. Nate & Margaret (2012)
Nate is nineteen. Margaret is fifty-two. Their odd, quirky, totally working friendship gets rattled when Nate gets his first boyfriend, who drives him away from Margaret as she tries to pursue a life as a stand-up comedian.
7. Cock N' Bull (2012)
8 min | Short, Comedy
Wes invites his best friend Chris over for a night in after being dumped by Henry. They attempt to blow off some steam by prank calling strangers, but soon realize that may have been the worst idea ever.
8. The Last Rites of Joe May (2011)
107 min | Drama
THE LAST RITES OF JOE MAY chronicles the last days in the life of Joe May, an aging, short money hustler who always believed that a glorious destiny awaited him around every corner. Now in ... See full summary »
Bad Sides (2010– )
On the Fence
Marcuss is "on the fence" about an actor they want to see for the role of the gay Farmhand. Tina has a past with one of the actors who comes in to audition. Carol trains Nick how to do her job.
Another day of auditions for Marcuss's indie film Torn Up. It's the new intern Nick's first day, several actors audition for the role of 16 year old gay farm boy Jimmy, Natalie West gets a call-back for the part of Grandma.
12. Irregular Fruit (2009)
16 min | Short, Comedy
Abby owns a little organic grocery store. Her employee quits unexpectedly and she must hire a replacement as soon as possible. A revolving door of unbalanced applicants show up to interview... See full summary »
13. I Love You This Much (2009)
9 min | Short, Comedy, Romance
Justin and Danny finally say 'I love you' to each other. Their choice of words open a Pandora's box of admissions, promises, and verbal commitments that grow so intensely vulgar and ... See full summary »
14. Counting Backwards (2007)
For some, the lives we have are not always the lives we wanted. For Joe, a small time guy from the small time town of Sandwich, Illinois, his has not even come close - until now. Faced with... See full summary »