Fund a New Western-Comedy Titled the Gorda by the Filmmakers Behind The Black Earth

My buddy James Warbington, who I worked with on the 48-Hour Film Festival twice and who created the zombie-comedy feature film The Black Earth, is fundraising for his next filmmaking endeavor: the western-comedy The Gorda! If you want to donate to a project by someone with a track record of successful crowdfunded projects, check outContinue reading “Fund a New Western-Comedy Titled the Gorda by the Filmmakers Behind The Black Earth”

Sci Fi Lab Radio Show Full Interview with James T. Warbington, Co-Director of The Black Earth

On October 25, 2012, the Sci Fi Lab Radio Show on Georgia Tech’s WREK.org 91.1 FM in Atlanta aired my hour-long interview with James T. Warbington, co-director of the upcoming feature film The Black Earth, as its pre-Halloween, zombie-themed episode of the fall semester. Unfortunately, the interview was cut short on the radio due toContinue reading “Sci Fi Lab Radio Show Full Interview with James T. Warbington, Co-Director of The Black Earth”

Exclusive: Jay Arco Interviews Actor Jefferson Traywick of The Black Earth on DynamicSubspace.net

I have written a few posts about my buddy James T. Warbington’s short film “The Black Earth.” It is a film about how two redneck brothers deal with the zombie apocalypse. James recently completed filming a feature-length version simply titled “Black Earth.” In the short film and the feature, one of the redneck brothers isContinue reading “Exclusive: Jay Arco Interviews Actor Jefferson Traywick of The Black Earth on DynamicSubspace.net”

Interview with James T. Warbington, the Director of The Black Earth, an Indie Zombie Comedy Short Film

James T. Warbington and I go way back. I first met him through his cousin Mark Warbington, who had the most awesome basement of networked computers in Atlanta, when I used to live there. While I was playing Battlefield 1942, he was talking about making music and movies. Eventually, I helped James as a furnitureContinue reading “Interview with James T. Warbington, the Director of The Black Earth, an Indie Zombie Comedy Short Film”

The Lullaby

My friend, James Warbington, is working on a short film with Kevin Wayne and Black Scorpion Films in Alabama called The Lullaby.  It is described as: A short thriller that finds innocence the key to cruelty.   A detective interrogates a physically scarred and mentally unstable woman who unravels the mysteries of how and why she hasContinue reading “The Lullaby”