Horse Archer Productions 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.
Horse Archer also provides regional video services businesses and organizations who want a cinematic touch without a huge price tag.
The Crowe Brothers, one of five acts appearing at the upcoming show in Marion,VA.
Horse Archer will be at the Lincoln Theater in Marion VA on August 2 to tape another episode of Song of the Mountains, this time featuring Cody Schuler & Pine Mountain Railroad, Deeper Shade of Blue, Annabelle’s Curse and Mipso. The show starts at 7:00 pm and tickets are $25. You can get yours by going to the Lincoln Theater website.
Producer/Director Sean Kotz of Horse Archer's VIRGINIA CREEPERS and HI THERE HORROR MOVIE FANS will appear at the Science Museum of Virginia for a night of fun and mad science. Meet seveal of the hosts staring in VIRGINIA CREEPERS including Dr. Madblood and Dr. Gruesome and of course, Bill Bowman, a.k.a. the legendary Bowman Body and star of Horse Archer's Hi There Horror Movie Fans, on June 20 to kick off the new exhibit, "How to Make a Monster." The exhibit explores film special effects from old school to the newest technology. Check it out here.
In April, Horse Archer attended the 20th Anniversary party at Legend Brewery in Richmond, VA. One of the true pioneers of craft brewing in the state, Legend's 20 year legacy paved the way for the brewing boom Virginia is experiencing now. The documentary, which will be available on DVD as part of a Virginia stories package, is being prepared for television as well. Look for it this fall!
Horse Archer will be returning to the story of reporter Danny Gordon of Wytheville, VA, whose life was turned upside down when he became the center of an international UFO flap. He was harassed and threatened, his home was invaded, and mobbed by people ranging from the curious to the obsessed. And he took pictures that are yet to be explained . . . and nearly cost him his sanity.