Inside the Quickies: Small Hands

An interview with  Jeannie Roshar  &  Gary Anthony Williams!



Good Vibrations is proud to present the 2012 QUICKIES Erotic Short Film Competition on Friday, October 26th at the Castro Theater. Get tickets and more information at Producer Camilla Lombard interviews the directors and participants inside this year’s Quickies! 

How did you find out about the Good Vibrations Quickies Short Film Competition?
From our amazing DP/Producer Laura Merians!

Jeannie Roshar

Tell us a bit about your film. What’s it about? And what inspired you to create it?
Gary Anthony Williams and I have been comedy partners for a long time.  One day we started singing the song in unison out of the air.  Making it up on the spot.  It was fate.

Seven minutes or less is a pretty tight limit. What are some of the challenges in creating a short erotic film?
Ours is a music video, so the time limit was no problem.

What’s your background in film or in making erotic films? How does making an erotic film differ from making a non-erotic one?
We run the L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival and are filmmakers ourselves.  We love all kinds of humor, but especially raunchy humor that makes my mother wonder where she went wrong…

What do you hope audiences will get from your work?
Laughs.  Preferably, out loud.

Gary Anthony Williams

Who are your performers, and how did you meet them/invite them to participate?

Gary had worked with both Missi Pyle and Daniele Gaither in Films and on TV.  We showed them the Bun in the Oven video and they agreed to come on board.

Were there any funny or unexpected moments while filming?
For the baby hands, we used my two year old daughter.  It felt very, very wrong….

What projects are you working on now/next, and where can we find you?
Check us out at


Thanks and good luck at the competition! Find more info about this year’s festival at


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