Below are the films on which I have had the pleasure of working as Assistant Director.

*Scroll to the Bottom for details on what that actually means.

Black Flowers (2019)

Black Flowers (2019)

Black Flowers is a post apocalyptic sci-fi drama set after a Nuclear War has caused the collapse of civilization as we know it.

Filmed in the remote and scenic areas of Siskiyou County, California and in the Rocky Mountains and Lakes of Southern Montana, BLACK FLOWERS is a powerful story of survival in an expansive landscape.

Starring: Krista De Mille, Andrea Sweeney, Jesus Lloveras, Ron Roggé, Neil Dickson, Christina DeRosa, Mark McCullough, and Domenica Cameron-Scorsese. Produced by: Martin Gooch, Krista De Mille, and Christina DeRosa

Prodigy (2018)

Prodigy (2018)

A father must protect his estranged son from the outside world when the boy accurately predicts three end-of-world events.

PRODIGY is a father and son dramatic thriller full of adventure and humanity. Amidst a journey of self-discovery, Erik is given one last chance at redemption as his faith and ability to deal with his past demons are put to the test.

Filmed at a number of scenic locations along the Santiam River Highway, between Salem, OR and Sisters, OR, including Detroit Lake during the Solar Eclipse of 2018. The film premiered at ICFF (International Christian Film Festival) in Orlando, FL on May 4, 2018, and was nominated for Best Film. PRODIGY also received nominations for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Supporting Actress at ICFF.

Between the Trees

Between The Trees (2017)

Steve, suffering from a collapsing marriage, invites his three closest friends on a weekend retreat to the mountains, only to discover his real troubles are in the forest that surrounds them.

The latest horror/thriller from Barbed Wire Films, directed by Brad Douglas, stars Greg James, Jonny Lee, Michael Draper, and Dan Kyle. With Hannah Barefoot and Marlyn Mason

Filmed in the remote hills surrounding Nevada City, CA.

BETWEEN THE TREES premiered at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills on May 16, 2018.

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Besetment - the movie

Besetment (2016)

Shot on location in central Oregon, BESETMENT is the story of Amanda Millard (Abby Wathen). Amanda is desperate for a job, and takes a maid position at the Oregon Hotel in the creepy, back country town of Mitchell, Oregon. Owners Mildred Colvin, (Marlyn Mason) and her Son Billy (Michael Meyer) seem nice enough at first - but once Amanda finds out their real intentions, the struggle to make a living turns into a real fight for her life.  

Written, Produced, Directed by Brad Douglas

- UPDATE 12.22.16 - 
 Marlyn Mason wins "Best Supporting Actress" at Back in the Box Fest 

- UPDATE 10.31.16 -
 "Besetment" picked up for distribution by Uncork'd Entertainment 

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Concrete Canvas

Concrete Canvas (2017)

Ex-boxer Evan Sanchez lives on the streets, haunted by headaches and failure. But, when he runs into his ex-girlfirend, desperation drives him to get his life back. While hesitant to fight again, his street buddy sets up a winner-takes-all-bout at the local gym against the bullying homeless punk Ray.

The debut film from LUI-G films, directed by Gary Lundgren (Black Road, Redwood Highway, & Calvin Marshall) and starring Jai Bugarin, Luis Rodriguez, Erik Alexander Gavica, and featuring Angie Sanchez.

The Settling (2016)

Torn between his past and future, a husband (John T. Woods) is forced to say goodbye to his wife (Hannah Barefoot) and children while spending one last weekend at their family cabin.

Film Festival Screenings - 2016
AIFF - Ashland, OR (Apr. 8)
Film Invasion LA - Los Angeles (Sept. 1)
BendFilm - Bend, OR (Oct. 6-9)
Klamath Independent Film Festival - Klamath Falls, OR (Oct. 1)

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What can I bring to your film as an Assistant Director? Let me take the stress off your director so that they can focus on crafting their vision. I will create a manageable work schedule for all departments, coordinating and communicating with them throughout production, to keep from distracting the director from this vision.

I know it sounds pretty vague, and really, I'm not very good at explaining what I do as an AD without getting really boring. I mean, what kind of AD has his own website anyways?

The truth of it is, if you hire me this is what I will do:

Levi Anderson - 1st AD on The Settling
  • Pre-Production
    • Breakdown Script into: Characters, Props, Vehicles, FX, etc.
    • Develop a Strict (yet flexible) Shooting Schedule
    • Communicate to all Departments the Shoot Schedule and Adapt to Their Needs
  • Production
    • Create & Communicate Daily Call Sheets and Dept. Needs
    • Run the Set from Call to Wrap
    • Put Safety & Comfort of Cast/Crew Above All Else
  • Post-Production
    • Deliver Production Reports Highlighting the Work Done
    • Prepare Press Release and EPK Materials

Interested? Let's Talk.