Hit-The-Fan Productions

Istarted Hit-The-Fan Productions in 1988 as a way of producing theatre that would get the attention of casting directors. It failed. So I changed it to producing indie film shorts that would deplete my savings account. It was a resounding success! (If you’re old and rich, let’s date.)
There’s over three hours of film shorts and shows here (not counting my latest and greatest – you need to rent that sucker: The Crooked Eye on iTunes). So, grab some popcorn and a Snuggie™ — It’s about to get weird in here!
HOLLYWOOD FACT: DC’s 1st short was inspired by a girl
he obsessed over (who later married an industry mogul.)

Theatre and Film Production

Hit-The-Fan Productions began in 1988. In 2007 it came under the umbrella of Douglas Media Incorporated.

FALLING WORDS

D.C. Douglas - Lance
J.J. Rodgers - Elizabeth
Tom Jourden - Mark
Jason Oliver - Jason
Chayse Dacoda - Girl At Bar
Toni Gallagher - Party Girl #1
Adrienne Alexander - Party Girl #2
Adele Baughn - Cheating Couple
Tom Paul Wilson - Cheating Couple
Alexandra Raines Lewinson - Communication Couple (as Alexandra Raines)
Chris Emerson - Communication Couple
Kat Malone - Kinky Kitty Couple
Robert Consoli - Kinky Kitty Couple
John Sarkisian - Bartender
Ellen Rooney - Laughing lady

Directed by
Jason Phillips

Writing credits
D.C. Douglas
Produced by
Lloyd Eric Cotsen - producer
D.C. Douglas - producer
Chris Emerson - producer

Original Music by
Chris Emerson

Cinematography by
Cory Christiansen

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas


THE EIGHTH PLANE

Noah Michael Levine - Tommy
Reagan Bailey Wilks - Johnny
D.C. Douglas - Henry

Directed by
D.C. Douglas
Reagan Bailey Wilks

Writing credits
D.C. Douglas writer
Noah Michael Levine writer

Produced by
Thomas M. Dailey - co-executive producer
Robert Estareja - associate producer
Noah Michael Levine - producer

Original Music by
Noah Michael Levine

Cinematography by
Cory Christiansen

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

FREUD AND DARWIN SITTING IN A TREE

Jamie Donahue - Gwen
D.C. Douglas - Charlie
Chayse Dacoda - Marion
Reagan Bailey Wilks - Doug
Delaina Mitchell - Jen
Larry Roop - James
Pamela Gordon - Grandmother
Debbie Wheaton - Gwen's Mother
Von Rae Wood - Charlie's Mom
Carl Speigelberg - Charlie's Dad

Directed by
D.C. Douglas
Reagan Bailey Wilks

Writing credits
D.C. Douglas

Produced by
D.C. Douglas - producer
Rebecca Garrison - associate producer
Reagan Bailey Wilks - executive producer

Original Music by
David Zasloff

Cinematography by
George Gibson

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

DUCK DUCK GOOSE!

Robin Daléa - Lizzie (as Robin Meyers)
D.C. Douglas - Jacob
Bryan Cuprill - C.B.
Lisa Long - La Matchmaker
Bess Meyer - La Giggly Girl
Dan Butler - Le Creepy Guy
Gina Gian - La Crying Girl (as Gina Marie Gian)
Michael Cade - Le Romantic Guy
Diane Mizota - La Religious Girl
Courtenay Taylor - La Penis Woman
Abraham Peraza - Le Opera Singer
Lilia Popova - La Pianist
Christopher Carroll - Le French Waiter

Directed by
D.C. Douglas
Writing credits
D.C. Douglas

Produced by
Rose Bertolero - co-executive producer
D.C. Douglas - producer
Josephine Gompertz - co-executive producer

Original Music by
Abraham Peraza
Lilia Popova

Cinematography by
Tom Robotham

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

THE CROOKED EYE

Linda Hunt - Sharon's Narrator
Fay Masterson - Sharon
Katherine Boecher - Rosemary
D.C. Douglas - Frank
Joe Duer - Roy
Clement Blake - Wayne
Monnae Michaell - Sharon's Supervisor
Ari Barak - Sharon's Doctor
Robin Daléa - Sharon's Tough Co-Worker
Karen Y. McClain - Sharon's Loud Co-Worker (as Karen McClain)
Lilia Popova - Smoker at Bar
Tom Paul Wilson - Drunk at bar
Laura Drake Mancini - Sexy Bar Fly
Abraham Peraza - Mean Drunk Leaving

Directed by
D.C. Douglas

Writing credits
Betty Malicoat (short story)
D.C. Douglas (adaptation)

Produced by
Bryan Cuprill - associate producer
Robin Daléa - associate producer
D.C. Douglas - executive producer
Laura Drake Mancini - associate producer

Original Music by
Abraham Peraza
Lilia Popova

Cinematography by
Alexander Nikishin
Nickolas Dylan Rossi (director of photography)

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

Anne Thériault's the Feminist in the Wild

D.C. Douglas - Narrator (voice)

Directed by
D.C. Douglas
Rachael Leone

Writing credits
Anne Theriault

Produced by
D.C. Douglas - executive producer
Rachael Leone - producer

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

Animation Department
Rachael Leone - key animator

GINGER & SNAPPER

Lacey Chabert - Ginger (voice)
Liam O'Brien - Snapper (voice)
D.C. Douglas - Narrator (voice)
Orion Acaba - Zombie #47 (voice)
Laura Bailey - Snapper's Mother (voice)
Steve Blum - Walking Eye Patch (voice)
Christopher Emerson - Snacking Zombie (voice)
Kyle Hebert - Zombie #79 (voice)
Matthew Mercer - Slither Zombie (voice)
Roger Craig Smith - Walking Philosopher (voice)
Karen Strassman - Sneaking Zombie (voice)
Courtenay Taylor - Sexy Zombie (voice)
Imari Williams - Zombie #152 (voice)

Directed by
D.C. Douglas

Writing credits
D.C. Douglas

Produced by
D.C. Douglas - executive producer
Rachael Leone - executive producer

Original Music by
Abraham Peraza
Lilia Popova

Film Editing by
D.C. Douglas

Production Design by
Rachael Leone

Art Department
Rachael Leone - 2d/3d character and environment artist
Rachael Leone - character concept artist
Rachael Leone - environment concept artist
Rachael Leone - storyboard artist
Rachael Leone - texture artist
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