Thank You a Lot (2014, 85 minutes, color)
Jack Hand is a two-bit hustler and bottom-rung music manager with a questionable reputation. His dwindling social circle is made up of his only remaining clients; a hip-hop artist and an indie rock band. Jack's next best asset is his talented but estranged musician father, James Hand, a highly respected and reclusive songwriter whose legacy goes a long way in a music town like Austin.
Jack is forced by his management company to sign his father – or he’s fired. Jack hustles his way through a vibrant and diverse music scene as he struggles to keep his clients and create a bond with his estranged father.
SXSW Film Festival
2014 Dallas International Film Festival
Napa Valley Film Festival (Narrative Competition)