Meet the NOTHING SO STRANGE Filmmakers

NOTHING SO STRANGE is the brainchild of Los Angeles director/producer/playwright Brian Flemming. He co-wrote the recent off-Broadway hit Bat Boy: The Musical (Best Off-Broadway Musical 2001-Lucille Lortel Awards and Outer Critics Circle; 8 Drama Desk nominations); wrote and directed the feature film Hang Your Dog in the Wind (Special Jury Prize, 1997 Florida Film Festival; official selection, Gen Art Film Festival); produced, directed and appeared in segments for IFC's former newsmagazine show "Split Screen"; and produced a radio documentary about a debate between a rabbi and Larry Flynt. He is also the co-founder of Slumdance, an alternative festival that appeared in Park City in 1997. Brian is the author of, which chronicles his various exploits, including his being pushed around by Bruce Willis's security thugs in Idaho.

Flemming turned to Orlando-based media production company GMD Studios, whose Brian Clark and Tammy J. Kearns serve as executive producers for NOTHING SO STRANGE. GMD Studios' work has most often focused on the intersection of new media with traditional entertainment, but NOTHING SO STRANGE represent their first foray into feature film production. In 1997, the firm's online documentary about the handover of Hong Kong for PBS Online earned rave reviews, and the resulting joint production approach with P.O.V. founder Marc Weiss gave birth to the web content think tank Weblab. Since then, GMD Studios' clients and collaborators have included independent production houses like Haxan Films (The Blair Witch Project, "Freakylinks"), broadcasters and distributors such as the Independent Film Channel, dozens of film festivals and over 22 independent filmmakers. Clark is a Managing Member of indieWIRE, the leading voice in news coverage for specialty film professionals, and the co-founder of with FILMMAKER Magazine's founding publisher Karol Martesko.


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