Day of the Gun on Howard County,MD Public TV!
Howard County, MD Public TV is showing "Day of the Gu"n and "The Day the Aces Got Trumped" as part of their Howard County Film Festival line-up. Both movies will air several times over the next two weeks.
Director of Photography Jeff Herberger's "The Game Comes Home" and "Day Of The Gun" actor Lee Doll's "Ready For Action" are also on the schedule.
For more information about the festival and which channels it is airing on, go to the HCCTV website:
(All times are PM)
June 22, Monday 1-2pm 1:00 The Day The Aces Got Trumped
June 25, Thursday 12:00 The Game Comes Home
June 27, Saturday 4pm 1:00 Ready For Action, 4:00 Day of the Gun
June 28, Sunday 12:30 The Day The Aces Got Trumped, 9:00 Day of the Gun
June 30, Tuesday 9:30 The Game Comes Home
July 2, Thursday 12:00 Ready For Action
July 4, Saturday 1:00 Day of the Gun
July 5, Sunday 12:35 Ready For Action
July 6, Monday 1:00 The Day The Aces Got Trumped
July 7, Tuesday 9:30 Ready For Action
Shipley Farm used one last time for "Outlawed Faith"
Shipley Farm, One-Eyed Horse Productions' western town was used one last time this past weekend for a two day shoot for the steampunk-western short 'Outlawed Faith'. One-Eyed Horse Productions worked in conjunction with Forge Studios. Check out the photos below.
The Capital Gazette Features One-Eyed Horse Productions in a New Article
"West County: Montana comes to Maryland before moseying on to West Virginia"
Sharon P. Schultz, Correspondent
Singletree, Montana, meet Jessup, Maryland.
Writer, director, filmmaker and retired high school English teacher, Wayne Shipley of Jessup, needed an entire 1895 western town as a set for his movie. The founder of award-winning independent film company One-Eyed Horse Productions, Shipley explored various options. Building his own set made the most sense as it would be customized to fit all of his requirements, it would be available whenever needed and he wouldn't have to travel any further than his own backyard.
Read the entire article at http://www.capitalgazette.com/neighborhoods/ph-ac-gn-west-county-0425-20150423,0,6690322.story
"Smash Or Trash" Review of 'DAY OF THE GUN'
Robert Long of "Smash Or Trash" recently wrote a fantastic review for our latest film, 'DAY OF THE GUN'.
You can read the full review at: http://smashortrashindiefilmmaking.com/?page_id=3095
'DAY OF THE GUN' NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD!
Order your copy now in our STORE!
Starring: LaDon Hall, Jim Osborn, Jason Brown, Sam Lukowski, Erin Heilman, and Eric Roberts
- Run Time: 138 minutes
- Tales Of The Wild West: Gunfight at Osage Station
- Tales Of The Wild West: The Day the Aces Got Trumped
- Day Of The Gun Trailer
INTERVIEW WITH ACTOR BRIAN ST. AUGUST!
Actor Brian St. August Guests on ActorsE Chat with Director Host Roxy Shih. Watch it now!
ActorsE Chat (Actors Entertainment on IMDb) is a live, entertainment interview chat show with entertainment industry professional guests. LIVE M-F 10am-11am (PST), with weekend wrap-ups. Over 1,300 guests on Ustream.tv/channel/ActorsE . ActorsE Chat is a Pepper Jay Production.
'DAY OF THE GUN' IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A NOVEL!
POSTED MAY 21, 2014
Written by Ben Bridges. Adapted from the screenplay by Wayne Shipley.
MORE GUN-SWIFT ACTION FROM NUMBER ONE BESTSELLING AMAZON KINDLE WESTERN WRITER BEN BRIDGES, BASED ON THE THRILLING MOTION PICTURE WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY WAYNE SHIPLEY!
It might have been 1895, but the country around Singletree, Montana, was still as wild as ever …
The county had a problem with rustlers, and Cyrus McCall, who ran Big Sky, strung barbed wire between his land and that of his neighbor, Maggie Carter, to stop them.
From then on, Maggie had to herd her cows an extra two miles before they could reach water, and that took time and manpower she couldn’t spare. Worse, it seemed to suggest that Maggie was in league with the rustlers, because they always pushed stolen stock across her land.
Maggie promised hell if the fences weren’t taken down. And hell is just what she and McCall got … though in the end it had nothing to do with rustling, but everything to do with a past that wouldn’t stay buried …
PAPERBACK EDITION AVAILABLE FOR $8.05 on LULU.COM
KINDLE EDITION AVAILABLE FOR $1.49 ON AMAZON.COM
HENRY'S WESTERN ROUNDUP REVIEWS 'DAY OF THE GUN'
POSTED MARCH 22, 2014
"Over the years we’ve gotten used to seeing Westerns made in Spain and Italy; in Germany and Croatia – the Karl May films; Australia and New Zealand; and even the Canary Islands – okay, just once, with TAKE A HARD RIDE. But somehow, making a Western in Maryland seems the most bizarre of all. Yet Maryland-based filmmaker Wayne Shipley and his One-Eyed Horse Productions has recently completed their second Western feature there, DAY OF THE GUN......"
Read the full review at www.henryswesternroundup.com
BALTIMORE SUN ARTICLE: SHIPLEY MAKES RETURN ENGAGMENT AT CHESAPEAKE FOR 'DAY OF THE GUN'
POSTED MARCH 14, 2014
READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON BALTIMORESUN.COM!
DAY OF THE GUN SCREENING: Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester Virginia on Sunday, January 12th!
Posted December 26, 2013
SAVE THE DATE!
One-Eyed Horse Productions is proud to announce the screening of Day of the Gun at the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester Virginia on Sunday, January 12th. This screening will be hosted by VA filmmaker Connie Lamothe. Along with the feature movie we will also be showing our short The Singletree Montana Bank Raid and Director Denene Crabb’s debut short Second Time Around. The show will start at 2pm with the two shorts running first followed by a short break and Day of the Gun starting at approximately 2:50. Tickets are $10 a piece and are available through the Alamo’s web page. The link is:
The link to buy the tickets is on the right hand side of the page.
The theater has limited seating, so purchasing tickets ahead is strongly encouraged. They will also be available at the door, if the performance has not sold out.
The Alamo Drafthouse combines food and drink service with the movie-going experience. They have a full service menu available during the showing of the movie and we encourage all of you to plan to have dinner while you watch the movie.
DAY OF THE GUN PREMIERE: NOVEMBER 14, 2013!
Posted October 14, 2013
We are proud to announce that Day of the Gun will premiere on Thursday November 14, 2013 at the Weinberg Center In Frederick, MD (20 West Patrick Street, Frederick MD 21701).
Reception at 7 pm. Screening at 8 pm.
Tickets are $10 (with a $5 service fee per transaction) and are available at www.weinbergcenter.org or by calling 301-600-2834.
Tales Of The Wild West: 'SINGLETREE MONTANA BANK RAID' Now Available on DVD!
Posted July 3, 2013
Order your DVD copy today in our STORE! Only $9.99 and that includes shipping and handling!
Singletree, Montana, 1890. Bank President Hamilton Chaney has just opened a brand new bank in the little cattle and mining town of Singletree. A prosperous spring has left his vault chock full of cash. On this glorious Friday afternoon, Jesus Miguel Sanchez and his sons, far from home, ride into town under the pretense of making a deposit before heading north to pick up horses. Sheriff McKenna and a very protective mule named “Gracie” step in when the Sanchez gang decides instead to make a withdrawal.
Also includes special bonus features!
INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER WAYNE SHIPLEY BY TERESA McCORMICK ERTEL OF D.C. METRO THEATER ARTS!
Posted February 11, 2013
Interview With Filmmaker Wayne Shipley on ‘Day of the Gun’ by Teresa McCormick Ertel.
Using his family’s farm to shoot most of the film, Wayne Shipley and One Eyed Horse Productions recreates the old West circa 1895 in Jessup, Maryland, to bring forth a new indie Western. What begins as a property feud, leads to a town in conflict, complete with classic shoot out scenes and unforgettable characters. Day of the Gun promises to deliver a treat for lovers of a genre audiences rarely get to enjoy today.
Teresa: What inspired you to write a Western?
Wayne: Having grown up with B-Western features and tv shows, I’ve always found the genre entertaining. When I was mature enough to appreciate more adult fare, pictures like High Noon and The Searchers continued to resonate. In fact, I remember seeing The Searchers in a drive-in theatre in 1957, a year after it was released. I was only thirteen years old, yet the film made an everlasting impression. It remains my favorite film.
JEFF HERBERGER’S ‘THE GAME COMES HOME’ GETS DISTRIBUTION DEAL WITH SNAGFILMS!
Posted 4 Dec 2009
The Documentary Film “THE GAME COMES HOME –THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL IN WASHINGTON DC”, a film that COME HELL OR HIGH WATER director of photography Jeff Herberger & partner Willy Meaux, started almost 4 year ago will now be seen by a larger audience other than the local Washington Film Fests its been in! Washington Capitols owner Ted Leonsis has personally screened our film, and now Herberger’s company Longthrow Multimedia Int. has signed an Internet Distribution Contract with his Documentary Showcase Website SNAG FILMS. Narrated by Mark Redfield (who also plays “Justin Gatewood” in COME HELL OR HIGH WATER), THE GAME COMES HOME tells the legendary stories of Washington baseball greats Walter Johnson, Joe Judge, Clark Griffith, The Homestead Grays, Mickey Vernon, Frank Howard and many others are brought to life by stories and recollections from family members, writers, sportscasters and fans. Featuring rare photographs from Mark Stang and Phil Wood's book "Nationals on Parade" and film clips & photos from the National Archives and The Library of Congress, "The Game Comes Home" is a must see documentary for all baseball fans.. A little bit about SnagFilms: SnagFilms.com is a website where you can watch full-length documentary films for free, but we’re also a platform that lets you “snag” a film and put it anywhere on the web. With a library of over 850 films, and rapidly growing, you’re bound to find films that resonate with your interests. We make it easy for you to find a film that shines a light on a cause you care about. You can then open a virtual movie theater on any web site, so any one can watch your favorite SnagFilms for free. Check it out http://www.snagfilms.com/films/hot/recent
LOUANNA LEE ON DVD!
Posted 4 Dec 2009
Wayne Shipley is the Associate Producer of Adventures of Louanna Lee (www.LouannaLee.com)
This film series, about a teenage detective, also features Wayne as Detective O'Bannon.
Adventures of Louanna Lee is produced and directed by Lee Doll (www.LeeDoll.com). Wayne Shipley's character, Detective O'Bannon is also featured in Tales of The Fixer, another film series from Lee Doll Film Productions. Louanna Lee is featured in Day of The Gun as "Sam", the constant companion of the amazing Grace, the performing mule.
These series are fun for the entire family!
TAKE 'COME HELL OR HIGH WATER' HOME FOR A BUCK!
Posted September 9, 2009
The next time you run out to the local supermarket, look for a DVDPlay kiosk near the check-out and rent COME HELL OR HIGH WATER for a dollar! Now playing (the DVD's change monthly and are available as supplies last), COME HELL OR HIGH WATER is the western directed by Wayne Shipley and starring Mark Redfield, Michael Hagan, Jennifer Rouse and Richard Cutting. DVDPlay kiosks can be found across the country at the following markets: Safeway, Dominick's, Kroger, Randalls, Tom Thumb, Genuardi's, Pavillions, and Vons. www.dvdplay.com