Back in Tennessee

Posted on 3/21/14 by Colton Davie.

Chattanooga, TN is where Jesus Fish was born and raised. We are happy to announce that the film will be screening at the first ever Chattanooga Film Festival this April. We are thrilled to be a part of this innaugural event and hope it becomes a staple of Chattanooga's artistic culture.

Check our Screenings page for details, and learn more about the Chattanooga Film Festival at their official website.

We love you, Tennessee!
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

Jesus Fish and Blood of Man Unite in Beverly

Posted on 2/18/14 by Colton Davie.

...Hills that is! This Saturday Jesus Fish is back in LA to screen at the Emerging Filmmakers Forum in Beverly Hills. We are extra excited because we will be screening alongside the short film Blood of Man, directed by our good friend Ben Watts, and featuring Lesley Warren who plays Timothy and Light's mom in Jesus Fish, as well as sharing our amazing production coordinator Amy Stephenson. Basically, the Blood of Man team are awesome people and their Flannery O'Connor inspired film is an excellent companion to Jesus Fish.

Check our Screenings page for details, and learn more about the Emerging Filmmakers Forum at their official website.

Hope to see you there,
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

Returning to Alabama

Posted on 8/21/13 by Colton Davie.

Bryce and I spent months in Birmingham, AL writing and prepping for Jesus Fish. This weekend the Fish is returning to Birmingham to screen at the 15th annual Sidewalk Film Festival. We are excited to screen alongside festival friends like Die Like and Egyptian and 12 O'Clock Boys as well as some awesome looking new films like Ain't Them Bodies Saints.

Check our Screenings page for details, and learn more about Sidewalk at their official website.

Can't wait,
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

Jesus Fish Online!

Posted on 6/23/13 by Colton Davie.

Jesus Fish on Vimeo.

I am happy to announce that Jesus Fish is now available online in its entirety! I hope you enjoy the film. If so, I would be truly grateful if you shared the link with your friends. Let's help the Jesus Fish swim as freely as possible!

Bryce and I would also love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to comment on the Vimeo page or contact us directly. And if you have any questions we would be happy to get back to you!

Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

Hollywood Y'all!

Posted on 6/20/13 by Colton Davie.

This Sunday, June 23rd, Jesus Fish will be making its Los Angeles premiere at the American Film Institute in the heart of Tinseltown. The screening is free to attend and several of us who worked on the film will be in attendance. The film looks and sounds great in AFI's FBSR Screening Room, so if you're in town, don't miss out!

Check out the event page on Facebook for details.

Hope to see you there!
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

The Jesus Fish is Coming Home

Posted on 4/10/13 by Colton Davie.

The roadside sign Timothy peels out in front of in the film may proclaim Lake Conway as the "home of the Jesus Fish," but truthfully that distinction belongs to the town of Dayton, Tennessee. Dayton's green hills, small churches, and muddy rivers are the inspiration and backdrop for our rambunctious story, and the people of Dayton are the ones who made this production possible. For these reasons and more, it is with great joy that I get to announce that Jesus Fish will be screening in Dayton April 22nd.

The screening will be hosted by Bryan College, from which several of us on the crew graduated. The screening is free to attend and will be followed by a Q&A and a reception with the filmmakers. A number of us who worked on the film will be in attendance and we hope to see you there as well.

Check out the event page on Facebook for details.

Can't wait to be back!
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

Jesus Fish is Going to Boston

Posted on 3/22/13 by Colton Davie.

Independent Film Festival Boston just released their 2013 film line-up. Guess who's listed alongside films like Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing and David Gordon Green's Prince Avalanche...

Program Director Adam Roffman said about Jesus Fish, "The story was original, the performances by the two leads were extremely compelling, and the cinematography was absolutely beautiful. I am very excited to share this film with our audiences." We are likewise excited for Jesus Fish to be a part of this awesome line-up of films.

Check our Screenings page for details, and learn more about IFFBoston at their official website.

See y'all back on the East coast!
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer

First Official Selection

Posted on 3/14/13 by Colton Davie.

We are excited to announce that Jesus Fish has been selected to screen at the 2013 Indie Grits Festival in Columbia, SC. This festival, which focuses on Southern filmmaking, will take place April 12-21. Check out our Screenings page for details on when Jesus Fish will be playing. To learn more about the festival and buy tickets, visit the Indie Grits website. We are thrilled to finally reveal Jesus Fish to the world, and hope to see you there!

More news to come...
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer


Posted on 12/17/12 by Colton Davie.

Welcome to the brand new website for our short film Jesus Fish! It's been a long year and a half since we wrapped production last August, but the film is now complete and being sent out to festivals for the 2013 season. Through this website, we invite you to learn more about the film, the folks that made it, and the process behind it all. This journey has involved numerous adventures so far, and promises more adventures to come. We look forward to sharing those with you here, and hopefully around movie screens near you.

Until then!
Colton Davie, Producer/Cinematographer