SOURCE: Timber Creek Productions, LLC

Timber Creek Productions, LLC

March 02, 2009 16:26 ET

"Rockabilly Baby" Sought by Backseat Film Festival in Philadelphia

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - March 2, 2009) - "Rockabilly Baby," a film produced by Timber Creek Productions, received an invitation to screen at Backseat Film Festival, an independent rock 'n' roll film fest based in Philadelphia ( The seventh annual Backseat Film Festival plays "Rockabilly Baby" on Friday, March 13, 2009 at 7 p.m. at 941 Theater (941 N. Front St., 215-235-1385,

"We get tons of submissions each year. We watch every single one we get, and I can honestly say that 99% of them end up in the 'smashing pile.' But not [this] movie!" said Zafer Ulkucu, director of programming. "We are very proud of this year's lineup; 'Rockabilly Baby' is in great company!"

Official accolades started pouring in with its first festival entry into the Trail Dance Film Festival. "Rockabilly Baby" took the coveted Audience Choice award, and Denton Blane Everett won Best Actor.

"Rockabilly Baby" is based on the stage play by Emmy winner Leslie Jordan. Written and directed by veteran actor Ken Farmer, "Rockabilly Baby" delivers a fictitious look at the birth of rock 'n' roll in the 1950s. Buck Stienke served as Executive Producer. Veteran director of photography, and producer Jim Roberson, shot "Rockabilly Baby" in HD using the three-camera system filmed in Texas.

The film stars Denton Blane Everett as Baby Boy Watkins, Todd Farr as Dirty Dawkins and Brandi Price as Jollene Watkins. Todd Farr ( plans to be in attendance for the festival.


Baby Boy Watkins, a piano-playing combination of Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Elvis, gets his big break playing the Nashville Jubilee. His manager, Dirty Dawkins, has set up his visit to the Nashville Jubilee followed immediately by a sold-out performance at the World's Fair in New Orleans. However, Baby Boy's sister, Jollene, shows up backstage at the Nashville Jubilee imploring Baby Boy to return home with her to help with their ailing mother. "Rockabilly Baby" is a roller coaster ride of emotions, chock full of all original rockabilly music. It was the birth of what we call today, rock 'n' roll, set to the tune of a heart-wrenching story. It was the Rockabilly Era. When it was over, nothing was ever quite the same.

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