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"Charlotte Ferris Today" Series

"Charlotte Ferris Today" is a spinoff of "The Charlotte Ferris Show," which ran for seven seasons from 2010-2016. The first season of the new show premiers in the spring of 2017, featuring characters Charlotte and John from the previous show moved to Raleigh, NC, to start the next phase of their...

Eclipse Pictures

"Recommendation: Termination" went into production in the Fall of 2013, directly after the release of "Shadows of the Past," the final original Agent 07 film. Initially, the style and role of the new project within AMPCorp was uncertain, but as the project began to take shame, it became clear that...

Agent 07, Philip Krieg Franchise: Back with Exciting Re-Edits

In the winter of 2005, with the "James Crabb" series winding down, actor Philip Krieg was looking for a new project to utilize new computer editing software at AMPCorp. Along with Martin & Peter Groff, he created what was originally intended to be a fan-film varient of James Bond, a series of...

Music Acts: Beat's Myth, Charlotte Ferris, Robyn Moore

BEAT'S MYTH Beat's Myth: The Myth of the Beat, is a band that began in 2005, founded by guitarist Brian Smith, pianist Martin Groff, and drummer Peter Groff. A few years later, Emily Smith joined the group, taking up bass parts on the keyboard. She now focuses on vocals, both backing and lead. The...

Storyline Pictures / Airbrush Pictures

Storyline Pictures and Airbrush Pictures are D-Dowd Productions' two short film subdivisions. With the end of the "On All Hallows' Eve" Franchise, which ran from 2004-2008, D-Dowd Productions was ready to move in a new direction, which emphasized story and plot in its short films. Storyline...

"Comedy Moments" Series

Flicker Pictures is a subdivision of D-Dowd Productions creating short web-based "viral" style comedy clips. Meant to replace "Three Too Many" as a secondary comedy show to complement "The Charlotte Ferris Show," it began in 2013 with "Comedic Commercials," which was replaced by "In the News" in...

"Around the World: In Three Minutes" Series

With the end of "The AMP Variety Show," AMP Productions resurected the Schoolhouse Cinema Pictures genre of educational entertainment as a replacement. "Around the World: In Three Minutes" is a series of three minute episodes surveying the major sites of a world city, including important history...

"A Cat's Life" Series

An aesthetic series by AMP Productions, "A Cat's Life" follows cats through their world, focusing on nature and the changing of the seasons. Though not storyline or dialogue-centric, each episode offers a look at the aesthetics of a simpler experience, with a focus on nature and beauty.

"Watching" Franchise

The "Watching" films are an experimental project produced by the Vanguard Pictures subdivision of AMP Productions. These films experiment in a basic way with the concept of defamiliarization, challenging the audience to look at familiar scenes an an unfamiliar way. By filming clips of familiar...

"The Charlotte Ferris Show" Series (Cancelled)

D-Dowd Productions was created in 2003 for the "James Crabb" series which ended in 2005. For several years, D-Dowd Productions, which had been defined by its founding series, sought for a new image, first in science fiction films, and then in horror/comedy movies. For over three years, the main...

"Three Too Many" Series (Cancelled)

In response to the great success of "The Charlotte Ferris Show," Martin Groff developed the idea for yet another sitcom, in a different style, with his friend Ben Carpenter, whose girlfriend, and mutual friend of Martin, also become involved in the project. The result was the show "Three Too Many,"...

"The AMP Variety Show" Series (Cancelled)

With the cancellation of the "What a Witch" series, a show that ran for five seasons in AMP Productions, it became clear that it was time for something new. For years, "What a Witch" was AMP Production's steadiest project. It came to define the division, but as devotion and quality in the series...

Robert First Franchise (Trilogy)

Starring Brian Smith, the Robert First films followed a super hero named Robert First, with the ability to see things in slow motion. This special ability gave First an advantage in his adventures as a crime-fighting vigilante. First appeared in three films at AMP Productions  between 2012 and...

"Blackwater" Series (Cancelled)

For years, the only active franchise at GK Productions was Philip Krieg. Though very successful and fulfilling, Martin Groff recommended that GK Productions expand its offerings a little more for 2012, so that each AMPCorp division would meet a reccomended quota of two active franchises. Thus,...