We Stand For distinction in everythingwe are champions of Great Cinema
Welcome to EverythingWorks, a group of filmmakers so focused on our goals and principles that our mission statement is in our name.
Here we believe that hard work, passion, and inspiration will breed success if everyone and everything is in its right place. Our team is unanimously dedicated to creating exquisite, fascinating, and intelligent entertainment. We are only interested in excellence.
Like an engineer designing a bridge, we apply careful planning, innovation, and a sound understanding of the craft toward our work.
Our first priority is to skillfully produce complex, interesting, and accessible films.
We believe in doing business like gentlemen, having disciplined control over time and finances, ensuring that money is never wasted and deadlines are always met.
Finally, we are dedicated to fostering great business relationships by providing a reliable and substantial return on investment for the shareholders of our projects.
Meet The Team
A New Fellowship of filmmakersLeading The Way To Great Entertainment
The company's founder, Trevor wanted to build an organization that can foster creativity & talent by effectively using capital to create opportunities for artists.Read More
Jeffrey Eugene Hoch
A brilliant and ambitious filmmaker, Jeff has an unparalleled understanding of cinema and a determination to create films that define the medium's new era.Read More
Our Latest Film & Television PRojectsIn Development or Nearing Completion
We have a number of projects being simultaneously developed. At present we have short-narrative film 'Knock', a feature-length documentary 'The Platform Master', a sitcom television pilot 'RPM', and a feature-length narrative film 'Hollowbrook Penitentiary'. Knock can be seen at selected festivals in Spring 2012. The Platform Master will be touring festivals worldwide beginning in the Summer of 2012. Production will begin on RPM and Hollowbrook Penitentiary once financing requirements have been satisfied.
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Hollowbrook PenitentiaryIn Development - Seeking Investors
Thomas, an intelligent college-aged man determined to get the most out of his youth, is desperate for new experiences. He has been planning a trip to an abandoned prison for months. There, along with his girlfriend Bethany and his somewhat jealous best friend Paul, he plans on locking his group in one of the cells for an entire weekend.
Once they reach the prison, Paul’s jealousy toward Bethany begins to reveal itself, and the agitation between the two starts to rise. After the first night, the keys mysteriously disappear, confining them to the small chamber. At the mercy of each other’s panic, the rattled friends steadily fall apart, tortured by the nightmare around them. There is no doubt in their minds: they are not alone in that prison.
Their conviction becomes a terrifying reality when the boys awake to find Bethany locked in a cell across the hall. They plan their escape diligently in fear of the approaching night, but as the day drags on, the dread and uncertainty that rolls in with the dark starts to envelope them.
With winsome, realistic characters, a sinister setting and a scenario guaranteed to evoke chills in its audience, Hollowbrook Penitentiary is a surefire horror hit that will thrill both genre fans and film enthusiasts alike.
RPM - Television Sitcom PilotSeeking Network or Cable Deal
In the vein of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and ‘Trailer Park Boys’ comes RPM, a smart new music-based comedy about three upstate New York hipsters running the only record store in town.
Dustin Riches, the assistant manager at Vinny’s Vinyl, is a mischievous and charismatic 25 year-old with aspirations too big for his skinny jeans. Along with the help of Harriet Petty and Thaddeus Marburg, Dustin’s job is to make sure that owner Vincent Dunn never has to do any work whatsoever.
When Vinny’s Vinyl receives a $10,000 small business grant, Dustin decides that he will direct an unforgettable commercial and prove to everyone that he is an artist. Petty and Thad get roped in and very soon Dustin is way over budget. Cut off and forced to fire his cast and crew, he makes one last heroic attempt to save the commercial and the company from financial ruin.
It all comes crashing down when the store is accidentally burned to the ground. Nonchalant and confident as ever, Dustin assures everyone that things will be fine once Vinny pulls a few strings. Vinny, of course, is too lazy to do anything at all, so it’s all up to Dustin to make things right. How far will he have to go and how low will he have to stoop to come up with the money to rebuild the shop?