Sterling Hurst’s Dramatic Reel
Sterling expands on some of his recent projects.
Small Group, directed by Matt Chastain. Currently is post-production. Documentary filmmaker R. Scott Cooper. (Sterling Hurst as R. Scott Cooper), on a mission to expose the dark side of Christian culture, goes undercover to infiltrate a small group.
This was my second feature film in the lead role. I’m crazy excited for this to the hit the silver screen. Stay tuned for updates.
(Matt Chastain, Sterling Hurst and Manuel Fajardo)
Shooting the Prodigal, directed by David Powers. Released in March of 2016. A brash young Jewish filmmaker from New York (Sterling Hurst as Josh Blume), tries to help an overly-zealous Baptist preacher in south Alabama (Paul Wilson as Brother Bob Cross), make a movie about the Prodigal Son. In the process they both learn about the love and acceptance of the Prodigal’s father.
My debut as the lead role in a feature film.
(Update: Shooting the Prodigal has now been re-named, re-packaged and is being re-released as ‘By the Grace of Bob’ to appeal to a wider, more secular audience. Be on the lookout in the coming months.)
Shifting Gears, written by R. Keith Harris and directed by Jason Winn is currently in post production. Keep an eye out for this hilarious family comedy featuring Sterling as the MacDaddy!
Behind the scenes snap of Sterling Hurst (MacDaddy) and MC Gainey (Dirty Harry Hawkins)
Hey Jason, written and directed by Cecil Stokes and Josh Summers (with Sterling Hurst as Jason) won the Best in Show Audience Choice Award as well as 1st Place in the Dramatic Category from the judges at the 100 Words Film Festival. The festival challenged filmmakers to create a compelling story using exactly 100 words – no more, no less. Click on the following link to experience Hey Jason.