|L.A. based production company Posh Films was founded in 1999 by L.A. native
began studying film production at Chapman University in Orange, California.
While studying Aundre produced a film that ultimately became the primer
for Posh Films’ debut production Hungry Please Help. The response
to Hungry Please Help from audiences was overwhelmingly positive.
After this initial production Aundre’s studies continued abroad
at The Richmond American International University in London and the
International College de Cannes.
After graduation Aundre embarked on his professional journey, working
in all aspects of production and learning all the things they don’t
teach in “film school”. Aundre worked on Fox Television’s
24, MGM’s James Ellroy scripted feature Dark Blue and also as
a second unit director on Fox’s Oliver Beene.
continued working on his own productions during this time and completed
six short films. Hungry Please Help, The Limo Driver, Hired Help,
Fucking Hollywood, Crisis 76 and his most recent 4 & ¼.
Crisis ’76 was selected to be part of the Directors
Guild of America’s Digital Night, an annual event
organized to examine the ever growing potential of digital filmmaking.
With a successful series of shorts to its credit, Posh Films is currently
developing a feature length film to continue the tradition of sharp,
independent cinema that the company has become known for.
Posh Films; independent, socially conscious entertainment.
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