COLUMBUS (OH) — Short film “Revenge Inc.,” from Producer Stephanie West, Eleven One Productions, and written by Dianna Craig, was called a “provocative” short film by the Best Shorts Competition, who announced its winners today. Revenge Inc. placed in the Top 10 and Craig, who also starred, earned a Best Actress nod.

This is the third film festival placement for the 8-minute short about revenge. It will be available to view following its festival run. You can learn more here.

You can read the Best Shorts review here.

Laurel from the Venice Shorts Film Festival for Revenge Inc. in the Best Indie Shorts category

COLUMBUS— The short film REVENGE, INC., from Eleven One Productions was selected to its first festival today. The 8-minute piece, written by and starring Dianna Craig, as well as produced and directed by Stephanie West, is an Official Selection of the Venice Shorts Film Festival in California in the Best Indie Shorts category. The film also costars Dana Keller.

Learn more about REVENGE INC. on IMDB here.

Eleven One Productions is seeking two teenage girls (able to play 15-16-year-old girls) for a pilot treatment. Deferred pay for treatment; contingent on series pick-up. Travel at own expense. One day of work.

JAX, 15 (LEAD FEMALE): High emotional IQ, volleyball player, whip smart, clever and witty, more emotional of the two best friends. Middle-of-the-road character; not the most popular or the least popular, but friends with everyone.

JONAH, 15 (SECOND LEAD FEMALE): VERY sarcastic character, funny, quick wit, beloved. Allergic to emotion. Her only friend is her best friend, JAX. Not middle-of-the-road, not anything; no one really knows her and she’s completely good with that. Volleyball player because Jax is a volleyball player. Completely lovable. Cat personality.

Send head shot and resume to if interested no later than March 28.

Eleven One Productions is currently casting for a short, inspirational film titled “CYNISCA REBORN,” for festival run. Scheduled to film May 14-17, 2020. PAID. Non-union. For consideration, please submit reel and resume to the production team at by this Sunday, Jan. 26. Subject Line: CYNISCA REBORN | RANDALL.

Role breakdown below.



Male lead. 30-40, 5’10” to 6’3″, average to athletic. Caucasian. Non-union.

Necessary skills: Must be average to athletic. Personal training experience preferred. Paid.

Randall is a family man with a genuine care and concern for his aging grandma who just relocated to Ohio from California. At 90, she’s starting to feel a little down, depressed, and separated from a life she used to know. Randall is a personal trainer and former pro baseball player who believes an active lifestyle can help overcome the blues. Knowing his grandma used to bowl, he comes to her with a unique idea on how to improve her mood and life.

Watch the video here:

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COLUMBUS – Eleven One Productions, a small production company in Columbus, Ohio, has selected “Toys for Tots” for its 2019 giving pledge.

Since it’s beginning in 2015, Eleven One has chosen at least one charity per year to provide services, assistance, or fundraising. Past recipients have included the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio, First Responders Face-Off Foundation, and the Columbus Ice Hockey Club. This year adds the celebrated Toys for Tots program, operated by the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Last year, Lima Company was able to provide more than 41,000 toys to almost 14,000 children in Central Ohio.

This year, Eleven One partnered with Arlington Pointe Apartments in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Now through Dec. 12, bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child of any age, to the Arlington Pointe leasing office in Upper Arlington (2555 Shore Line Dr.) and help us help the Marines give Central Ohio kids a great Christmas morning.

For more information visit Toys for Tots.


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COLUMBUS (Oct. 2019) – Columbus-based Producer and Director Steph Greegor was recently accepted into the Sundance Institute’s Collab producing course and will finish in December.

“The Sundance Institute offers so many opportunities for emerging artists, particularly women, in a variety of ways, from its fountainhead festival to labs and fellowships,” said Greegor, who has produced two short films, of which Olsky was festival-accepted and Emmy-nominated, and Revenge, Inc., is currently in post-production. “For them to offer this additional layer of education through the Sundance Collab initiative shows their dedication and commitment to diverse voices having opportunities to be heard from all areas of the world.”

Greegor is one of 34 applicants from across the world accepted into the online course run by storied producer Karin Chien and 2018 Independent Spirit Piaget Producer’s Award recipient Summer Shelton. Shelton will…