Musicmentaries are our favorite type of production. We’ve had the pleasure of bringing great artists to the screen such as Bob Schneider, Blue October and Bowling for Soup. These concert films are the perfect blend of music & film, because what’s better than hearing your favorite band perform? Seeing them rock out on stage with behind the scenes interviews too!

Blue October: Argue with a Tree

Shortly after concluding an 18-month tour in support of its 2003 album HISTORY FOR SALE, Texan rock act Blue October performs at the Lakewood Theater in their hometown of Dallas on June 4, 2004. The lengthy concert features material from across the band's career.  Fans new and old will get a chance to learn more about the band, as cameras take viewers behind the scenes for a backstage look at BLUE OCTOBER'S creative process. Front man Justin Furstenfeld explains the methods behind the group's alternative rock sound through interviews, sound checks, confessionals, and radio station performances.

Produced by Melina McKinnon                                                             Directed by King Hollis  

Bowling for Soup: Live and Very Attractive

Live & Very Attractive is the Bowling For Soup's first live DVD which was filmed over the course of the UK Get Happy Tour October 2007. The film premiered at the AFI Dallas International Film Festival. Bowling for Soup is a Grammy nominated, comedy-influenced pop punk band that originally formed in Wichita Falls, Texas in 1994. The band is best known for their singles "Girl All the Bad Guys Want" (a 2003 Grammy Award nominee) "Almost", "High School Never Ends", and "1985".

Produced by Melina McKinnon                                                             Directed by King Hollis

Bob Schneider: Live At The Paramount

First with Joe Rockhead at the Black Cat Lounge in the early '90s, then with the Scabs from 1997 to 2001 at Antone's and now as a solo artist, Bob Schneider is beloved, acclaimed and revered as the King of the Austin music scene. Filmed at the legendary and historic Paramount Theatre in December of 2008, this is Bob as you have never heard or seen him before. Unfiltered and performing old and new favorites - Bob always throws a great rock & roll party.

Produced by Melina McKinnon
Directed by King Hollis


When a stranger is picked up by a sultry waitress and taken back to her trailer, he faces the most important decision of his life.

Skytrain Films presents "MARIOLA" Starring Chris Zuhdi and Edna Garcia. Music by Goodnight, Charlene.

Produced by Jason Cirone, David Lacombe, Richard Krall
Directed by Michael Marco