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Guerrillastar Productions presents “Pigeons”! (2008)

July 27, 2009

Released in 2008, “Pigeons” is a short film presented by Guerrillastar Productions. It was written and directed by Travis Mills and shot by Wasef El-Kharouf. It stars Dave Surber, Hanna Leister, and Sarah Sheldrick. “Pigeons” features music by Treasure Mammal and Yellow Minute. It was filmed on location at the TV-made-famous Mel’s Diner (the location was the inspiration for the TV show “Alice” which aired 1976 – 1985), Revolver Records, and various other locations in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. “Pigeons” first public screening was at the 3rd annual ASU film festival where it competed in the 5min film competition. Enjoy!

“Pigeons” can also be seen at the following locations:

“Pigeons” on Myspace

“Pigeons” on Youtube


Guerrillastar Productions presents “Get Into It”! (2002)

July 27, 2009

Released in 2002, “Get Into It” is a 5 minute 16mm film made by Guerrillastar Productions for MCTV. Since its release it has aired numerous times in Arizona on MCTV (Cox Cable, channel 115). It was written and directed by Dave Surber and features cinematography by Travis Rust. The film was edited by Regan Letourneau and its original music score was created by Aaron Low. It stars Adam Cardon and Jennifer Riggs. Enjoy!

“Get Into It” can can also be seen on these sites:

“Get Into It” on Myspace

“Get Into It” on Youtube

Guerrillastar Productions presents “NANAFREAKINGBOOBOO”! (2001)

July 25, 2009

Released in 2001, “Nananafreakinbooboo” is a five-minute DV short that won grand prize in a nation wide filmmaker’s contest entitled “Ford Focus in Film” sponsored by J. Walter Thompson and Ford Motor Company. It was written and directed by myself (Dave Surber) and stars Yasmin Davanloo as Arlene and Rob Hinds as Jack. The cinematography was done by Travis Rust and it was edited by Jesse Wright. Chris Ekstrom did the sound mixing and it features original music by Chris Rayce and Travis Rust. Jesus Garcia and Joe Gill were the grip masters on set. Many thanks to the entire cast and crew! “Nananafreakinbooboo” premiered at The First Annual Filmmakers Forum held at Scottsdale Center for the Arts in 2001 where I (Dave Surber) was lucky enough to be named Arizona’s new-up-and-coming filmmaker. Enjoy!

“NANAFREAKINGBOOBOO” can can also be seen on these sites as well:




And for those of you who would like to check out the letter we received from J. Walter Thompson that announced our win, check out the image below.