Third in a series of films produced by abstract chicken for the American Academy of Neurology (http://www.aan.com)
This film focuses on a cop with Multiple Sclerosis (http://www.nationalmssociety.org/index.aspx) on what might be his last investigation trying to stop a killer. His chief suspect? The Neurologist whose patients are the victims. But the tables are turned, when the Neurologist's own disorder, Synesthesia (http://www.synesthesia.info/), triggers a clue that just may solve the case.
The film stars Mark Overholt, Matt Burch of "Operation Repo" (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Matt-Burch/272906136101704?v=app_57675755167), and Emmy Award winning Actor, Oto Breznia.
The film was Produced by Eric Benson and Written/Directed by Tomm Gillies
In 2012, the film was awarded two Bronze Telly Awards. One for Editing (John Robinette), and the other for Cinematography (Roland Cañamar).
"My Name is Joe" is the first in a series of films produced by abstract chicken for the American Academy of Neurology (http://www.aan.com).
The film tells the story of one man's struggle to cope with his deteriorating body in the final stages of ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). For more information about ALS, visit this website: http://www.alsa.org/.
The film stars Richard Olsen as Joe and features Mallory Carrick as his daughter, Chelsea. The film was Produced by Eric Benson, Written by David Culp and Directed by Tomm Gillies.
In 2011, the film was awarded a Silver Telly for Cinematography.