BELOW ARE FORMER AND ONGOING PROJECTS INVOLVING TALENTED FRIENDS.
CHITLIN CIRCUIT : TV SERIES
Adapted from the book by Preston Lauterbach called: "CHITLIN CIRCUIT and The Road to Rock and Roll", this incredibly important historical work is in development for a various properties including a limited run series and documentary.
A collection of the selected photographic output of the endlessly enigmatic Harry Goaz. Aside from his well known role on Twin Peaks, Harry Goaz is also an avid collector of art and man of the world. This volume of Harry's world, taken largely from his travel is a chance look into a mysterious and notoriously private mind.
An ongoing collaboration and a flagship for Talented Friends, the Texas Theatre is an internationally recognized arthouse theater located in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas Texas. After an invite for Reimer to join the Oak Cliff Foundation, Barak Epstein approached with a business plan and Aviation Cinemas was born. Countless examples of creative output can be witnesses here. To learn more click below.
OAK CLIFF FILM FESTIVAL
What could be considered a by-product of the Texas Theatre, the Oak Cliff Film Festival has become a yearly compacted experience of the output from this group. Reimer has served as its Creative Director and Co-Founder since inception, in charge of various aspects of its marketing brand as well as assisting with programming. This festival has been recognized time and again by media outlets as an essential experience for those in and around the area interested in getting to know the neighborhood and a host of Creatives in the trenches of Dallas.
Talented Friends were asked to participate in a multi-media project as part of a collaboration with the GOOD/BAD art collective and the Nasher Sculpture Center. The resulting film "Forever" appeared on the CBS network in various markets across the US.
TEXAS FINE ARTS THEATRE
The Fine Arts theater in Denton Texas has long been sought after by artists and developers alike for its highly prized position on the downtown square. Finally in 2018, a new partnership was formed to re-open the theater and rebrand its iconic stature.