In December 2014 Anthony wrote, produced, and directed a short film One Nation. The film is about a group of kids that set up the ultimate surprise for soldiers returning from service.
One Nation is an official selection of:
The 2015 Alhambra Theater Film Festival taking place in Evansville, Indiana April 9 - 12th 2015 (Anthony is also the winner of the 2015 Spirit Award)
The 2015 West Chester International Film Festival in West Chester, Pennsylvania April 24 - 26th, 2015
The Montclair Film Festival in Montclair, NJ May 2, 2015 (Grand Prize Winner Cinemaniacs)
The Extremley Young Film Festival May 29, 2015 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The San Diego International Kids' Film Festival August 2015
Ocktober Film Festival New York, NY - October 2015
WINNER BEST YOUTH FILMMAKER
Gary International Black Film Festival - October 2015
WINNER BEST YOUTH SHORT
Gold Coast International Film Festival - November 2015
Providence Childrens Film Festival - February 2016
Bonita Springs International Film Festival - February 2016
Agent Hollywood is a film about a kid actor who is also a secret agent. His days are filled with Hollywood, homework, and henchmen.
COMING SEPTEMBER 2016
Imagination Lunchbox Presented:
A screening of Anthony's latest short film "Naga Pixie" on Sunday August 14th from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department Community Hall in Baltimore, Maryland.
You can view the trailer for Naga Pixie by clicking here
This screening is proud to recognize our sponsors!!! Thank you for your support!
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Award winning Baltimore filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs’ Releases Trailer for his new short film Naga Pixie
Anthony Michael Hobbs’ of the Emmy Nominated ‘The Abolitionist’ Preps for May 30, 2016 Release of his Second Short Film, Naga Pixie
(Baltimore, MD – April 6, 2016) – Eleven year-old actor/filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs (Emmy Nominated PBS Special ‘The Abolitionist’) released the trailer for his second short film titled “Naga Pixie”, starring himself as Jason Burrow and Trinity Breanne Perio as Naga Pixie. The film is produced through his company Imagination Lunchbox, LLC. On May 30, 2016 Hobbs will release “Naga Pixie” as his second short film. Anthony released his first short film, titled “One Nation”, when he was age 9. The film was screen at 10 film festivals and won at four.
Anthony wrote, produced, directed as well as starred in the short film as Jason Burrow. Jason and his group of friends are trying to figure out why Naga Pixie (Perio) is always nagging about things they think are trivial such as not hurting animals and respecting nature. Through a series of events Jason and his friends learn that things are not what they seem.
Also starring in “Naga Pixie” (Imagination Lunchbox) is Trey Feledy as Jason’s best friend Alex Hamilton, Kendall Clark as his friend Alexia Smith, Noah Thomas as Bart Allen, Kayla Johnson as Serena Keith, and Amanda Trinh as Jasmine Oftheives. Watch the movie trailer to “Naga Pixie” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4VOK0vLGCk.
Anthony Michael Hobbs’ first film One Nation has screen at 10 film festivals which includes the Gold Coast Film Festival (Port Washington, NY); the Gary International Black Film Festival (Gary, Indiana); the Aurora Picture Show Extremely Young Film Festival (Houston); the Alhambra Theatre Film Festival (Indiana); the West Chester Film Festival (Pennsylvania); the Montclair Film Festival (New Jersey); the San Diego International Kids Film Festival, and the Ocktober Film Festival (New York). To date Anthony Michael Hobbs has garnered four awards - the Alhambra Theatre Film Festival’s “Spirit Award”; the Montclair Film Festival’s “Grand Prize for Kidz Shortz”; the Ocktober Film Festival’s “Best Youth Filmmaker,” and the Gary International Black Film Festival’s “Best Youth Short.”
The Global Stars Network multi-award winning actor is best known for his roles as young Frederick Douglass in the 2013 Emmy Award nominated PBS Special “The American Experience: The Abolitionist” (http://video.pbs.org/video/2321796209) starring actor/director Richard Brooks (“Law & Order,” The Crow) and in the DreamWorks documentary “How to Train Your Dragon: Dragons and Dinosaurs” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bekKOmfsWfc).
Also a model Hobbs has appeared in national print campaigns for Finish Line athletics’ chain; Philadelphia based Urban-inspired footwear chain Villa; Charles River Apparel 2015 catalogue, and for the USDA’s Healthy Kids 2011 national print campaign. In addition, Anthony Michael is a motivational speaker who has appeared as a guest speaker for former NFL player Joel Gamble’s (Cleveland Browns, Tennessee Titans) “Joel Gamble Foundation: Career Scholars Program”, and for the Root Branch Academy’s Youth Film Festival.
For more information on Anthony Michael Hobbs log onto www.anthony-michael.com or contact his management at 410-908-4869. For more information on Naga Pixie log onto IMDb.com, you can also view the trailer there.