In The News

2017

July

Tiny House picked top comedy at Series Fest

Co-founder of Indiewire, Mark Rabinowitz, picked

Tiny House as one of the top two comedy pilots of

the festival.

Tiny House sells out at NYTVF

Our comedy pilot had a great screening in New York.

Our feature film screened at the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and set an attendance record.

MAY

2015

MAY

2015

Under the Hollywood Sign breaks audience record

We were thrilled when Katie Silverman was nominated for Best Young Actress (10 and under) at the 36th annual Young Artist Awards for her role in Rawhead and Bloodybones.

Rawhead and Bloodybones nominated for young artist award

2016

October

July

2020

December

2018

Tiny House nominated for best comedy 

Tiny House recognized as top comedy in the Los Angeles International Film Festival. 

Our music video Billboard world premiere

Billboard premieres Alex Lilly's "2% Milk" directed and produced by Nowadays Pictures. Lilly gives her unique take on director Sherry Romito's concept for the video. 

JANUARY

2014

Under the Hollywood Sign wins best actor

In our very first festival ever attended, we were nominated for 6 different awards including best feature, best director, and best screenplay , and we won The Best Actor award. 

Pilot Presentation

Teaser to tv comedy pilot Mixed Nuts
                                   Director:                                          

                                              Owen Williams                                                

                                                                                                  

                                   Created by:                                     

                                              Ryan Anglin, Owen Williams,
                                              and Sherry Romito

                                                                                                  

                                   Genre:                                              

                                                                                                                         

Brother and sister Tom and Trudy attempt to reclaim their past success in the children's television market with their new show “Joy the Ladybug.” As the guerilla-style crew attempts to keep the production on schedule with a shoe-string budget, Tom and Trudy reignite the conflicts that claimed their fame ten years earlier.

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