Friday, August 21, 2015

Making life more AGREEABLE and much less HARSH....

With no further ado.... my dark comedy short film,

sauce (verb): to make agreeable or less harsh

Now available to view online, for the very first time!!!

(and below the film are some BTS photos from our shoot days)

I truly hope you enjoy this short film!!

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Behind the Scenes Photos from Sauce's 3 Day Shoot:

Thursday, August 20, 2015

sauce PREMIERES online!!! (FINALLY!)

I'm so excited... truly.... tomorrow, my dark comedy short film, sauce: to make agreeable or less harsh​ will (FINALLY!) premiere online. 
It will also become the first official film for TGIFF​.  (Thank God It's Film Fridays. A new community that supports and celebrates FILM & FILMMAKERS!!)  Find out more information at:

Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel NOW, and see the short film TOMORROW!!
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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Over 1200 views in 2 weeks!!

I can't believe it!  This is what I love about the online world....
So. Random.

My video review of Janet Jackson's new music video "No Sleeep" has over 1200 views already, in addition to numerous comments...some thumbs up, and of course a ton of thumbs downs (from obsessive Janet fans) LOL
It's OK.  I really enjoyed doing the video review and think I may be doing more videos, similar to this one, soon.

If you haven't seen it yet, click below, and let me know YOUR thoughts!

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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Teaser Premieres

I'm very excited to share that the official teaser trailer for my next project, boys become men, has premiered on my youtube channel.

See it now and after viewing, please be sure to LIKE it, SHARE it, REPOST it, and TWEET it.  Help support the cast and crew and help support independent film and film making!

I'm very excited to share more of this project and premiere the short film/music video hybrid very soon!!  Stay tuned!!

See the teaser trailer for boys become men here:

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

An effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling.


noun: rhapsody; plural noun: rhapsodies
an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling.

I'm very excited to share that the 2006 short film, Rhapsody, is finally available to be seen online, for the very first time!
The film was one of the first "major" things I did and holds a special place in my heart!  It was such a fun (and at the time) original concept, plus a great learning experience to work on the film!  I've always been very proud of the end result!!
Rhapsody was an Official Selection for the International Newport Beach Film Festival (2006).

Blackbird Films present
Dan (Paul Howard) is a likeable loser with a failing love life. Just as Dan looses hope a series of strange events conspire to change his life.

Produced by BILL CLINTON
Directed by COREY MORRIS
Director of Photography RICHARD WILSON
Written by KEVIN REESE 
Sound Design by ONNALEE BLANK 

See the short film now at my YouTube channel!!

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Paul Howard's Actor/Producer/Director Reel (2015)

I am PROUD and excited to PREMIERE my brand new 2015 Actor/Producer/Director REEL!!

I love when I get to share a "retrospective" of all the current work I've done.  It's always nice to take a moment, and take stock of what you've accomplished...
Before moving onto NEW and MORE work....

Special Thanks to EVERYONE who appears and/or who helped to create these projects!!

THANK YOU and I hope you enjoy!



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Sunday, March 8, 2015


Today is International Women's Day, the purpose of the day ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political, and social achievements.

I support EQUALITY and I support DIVERSITY. Also, being a huge fan of women, (so many specifically AMAZING women in my life) I wanted to celebrate ALL the women in my life and those who personally inspire me!!

So SOME specific shout outs.... First and foremost my mother, Suzi Hann for being the greatest example of what a mother can and should be, and inspiring me daily by leading by example and being the woman she is. To Jamie Dedeaux for showing me that we can grow and change and improve and by showing me what friendship, truly is. To Ms McIntosh, Micaela Muro Dimos and Kelly Ann McMichael who through their individual ways educated, supported, inspired and lovingly helped me to the career path I am proudly still on today. To my family Bonnie Friddle, Lisa Howard, Martha Drummond, Roslyn Eliaser, Debbie Ford, Sandi Ridge, Melanie Shipley, who love and accept me as I am and for who I am. To Karis Campbell who reminds me that you can have it "all" and still continue to seek a deeper level of love, understanding, and living. To Cathy Puga and Helena Armstrong who helped me to laugh and dream. To Gina Vadnais, Nancy Recasner, Lauren Ivy Chiong, Karen Marie Dedeaux for living their lives filled with love, with family, and with honesty. To Joyce Korman who taught me to laugh, and to love, and believed in me when I didn't.
Thank you. To all of you that personally inspire and love me. Thanks to all the others I couldn't name here, and the famous women, entertainers, politicians, and innovators that constantly amaze me. I celebrate you all. 

I celebrate diversity. I celebrate equality. I celebrate women.


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