Welcome to Studio-e2, a small independent production company in Austin, Texas USA, committed to creative entertainment with special detail to the story.
Good scripts make good foundations and we work independently and collaboratively with other filmmakers to meet common goals. When the story can add a call to action for social justice and change, that’s an added perk.
Studio-e2 is especially attracted to works that are experimental, radical, or unorthodox with respect to art, culture, or society.
Don't forget that Kat is available for hire on directing and producing gigs too. Check out the director reel for Kat Albert.
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e2 Updates and News
We're headed to Utah to network and checkout some great films.
Also, in the works is a brand new music video with a post apocolyptic backdrop. This band is off the charts rad.
October News 2018
Come to a special preview party for our latest music video
for Eve and the Exiles. Band performance and video premiere
at C-Boys on South Congress. You might see a special guest or two playing along.
We just got back from screening Cloudy Daze at the Denton Black Film Festival and we were super impressed with everyone involved with the fest. Thank you.
Face Value is now complete as a short doc film featuring hair and makeup artist, Kate Kuballa.
Happy holidays from Studio-e2. We had a dusting of snow, so we feel winter as well.
What a productive month. We've been shooting for a documentary project and in preproduction for a commercial.
If you're in Austin, come see us Wednesday, November 29th for Follow the Thread at Spiderhouse for the Austin Spotlight Film Festival.
We're also screening our experimental film, Passengers, at the Hyper-real Film Club's Zine party.
Studio-e2 is back on the road filming interviews for a documentary film project.
A Moment in the Park kicked off the Austin Revolution Film Festival and played on the big screen at Alamo Draft House.
Lila Exposes All screens at the Downtown Tyler Film Festival on Friday September 29th.
Cloudy Daze had its' world premiere at the Capitol City Black Film Festival.
60 Punishing Minutes showed before Thelma and Louise at Laguna Gloria's outdoor movie night.
Two new music videos this month.
We're doing an underwater shoot for a new music video...uncharted territory. Follow The Thread premiered at Evangeline's Cafe to a packed crowd followed by Eve and the Exiles monthly set.
We screened Lila Exposes All at the Butterfly Bar at the Vortex Theatre.
Exited that we wrapped principle photography for Knight Games, theatre and film project by John Fennessy, Beau Thompson, and Kat Albert.