Open House

Created for the 2017 Charlotte 48-Hour Film Project Shot entirely in the Director’s home in Cramerton, NC To film the “empty house” scenes, a crew of PA’s were on standby. After filming the flashback scenes, …


48 Hours with The Queen’s Miscreants

Posted by Carey on April 5, 2017  /   No Comments

We’re looking for some Miscreants to be a part of our 2017 48 Hour Film Project team.   Weekend Date August 11-13, 2017 Join the Team If you’re interested in being a part of The …



Just Killing Time co-writer Michael Patrick Benning penned this script. Produced specifically for the 2016 100 Words Film Festival, it features exactly one hundred spoken words. The Queen’s Miscreants were also an official selection for …


Just Killing Time

Our entry for the 2016 Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project. Fun Facts: All the locations were in a one-block area of Cornelius, NC The “Mayhem Ladies” were both featured in other Queen’s Miscreant projects. Keya …


Stuck in Time

Posted by Carey on January 14, 2016  /   No Comments

Filming in currently underway for an awareness video on behalf of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Be sure to check our social media pages for updates.


Our second film: “BRB”

Posted by Carey on October 8, 2015  /   No Comments

When we were getting ready for the Charlotte 48-Hour Film Project this past summer, we scouted a number of locations in beautiful Belmont, NC. Among them was the Wells Fargo building on Main Street, a …



A young caretaker searches a creepy basement for her charge, but finds something more sinister. Principle Photography completed Sept 27, 2015. Premiered as an Official Selection at the 2015 100 Words Film Festival in Charlotte, NC. …

Clocking Out Poster

Clocking Out

Our submission to the 2015 Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project was selected by the judges as BEST FILM, and we couldn’t be more pleased and honored! We will be representing Charlotte at Filmapalooza 2016 in …


“Clocking Out” wins BEST FILM at screening!

Posted by Carey on August 21, 2015  /   No Comments

Y’all, we are so excited to announce that Clocking Out was chosen by the judges as the BEST FILM of the 2015 Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project!


48 Hour Film Project in Charlotte

Posted by Carey on August 10, 2015  /   No Comments

We just wrapped up our weekend of filmmaking for the 2015 Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project! Here’s a brief recap of our wild two days: