Horse Archer Productions is basically two guys (Sean Kotz and Chris Valluzzo) who work with a very talented stable of local independent film and TV talents and stay busy enough that they don't update their website much. Actually, the whole thing will get an overhaul sometime this summer but for now let's just move on, shall we?
Anyway, Horse Archer was founded in 2005 and released their first feature documentary, Hokie Nation, in 2007. Since then, we have released four documentaries with several more in production. Most recently (2014) Horse Archer has taken over production of the PBS series, Song of the Mountains, produced at the Lincoln Theater in Marion, VA and carried on 180 stations.
Our films have been seen regionally on television and sold on DVD on every continent except for Africa (and Antartica, but they don't even return our calls, so whatever . . .)
Horse Archer also provides regional video services businesses and organizations who want a cinematic touch without a huge price tag. At that point we drop the cheeky attitude and Sean will even put on a jacket and nice shoes if it helps. (Chris goes for the "Speilberg meets the Clampets" look most of time but he pulls it off.)
That's about it really. I mean other than working on the website.
Oh wait . . . we don't do weddings.
Horse Archer Productions Returns to Song of the Mountains
Marion, VA. Horse Archer Productions returned as production company for the television show, Song of the Mountains, which airs on more than 100 PBS stations nation wide on August 14 when ownership of the show transferred from the Lincoln Theater to the Appalachian Music Heritage Foundation. Horse Archer will resume editing of season 10 in fall of 2015 and is signed on for the long term future.
"We are pleased to see Tim White bacak on stage," said Sean Kotz, producer of the show, "and have a great working relationship with the current leadership."