Poker Face

Poker Face is a story about marriage, friendship, and very high stakes poker.

Stephen and Brian sit down for a friendly game of poker, but as the game progresses, it becomes clear they are playing for some very high stakes!

  • Josh Henry
  • Josh Henry
  • Josh Henry
  • Stephen Oakey
  • Josh Henry
    Key Cast
    The Founder, Halt and Catch Fire, Banshee, Drop Dead Diva, Mercy Street, The Haves and Have Nots, Bloodlands, Elbow Grease, Illusory
  • Dustin Strong
    Key Cast
  • Lesa Wilson
    Key Cast
    Drop Dead Diva, For Better or Worse, Necessary Roughness
  • Josh Henry
  • Dan Marrero
    Camera Operator
  • Travis Sawyer
  • Adam Johnson
    Sound Design
  • Kether Abeles
    1st AD
  • David Torcivia
  • Joe Trimmer
    1st AC
  • Tiffany Love
    2nd AC
  • Emily Coughlin
    Make-up Artist
  • Nicole Kovacs
    Set Photographer
  • Laina Burgess
    Script Supervisor
  • Jae Shawl
    Boom Operator
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  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 52 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 12, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Josh Henry

'Poker Face' is Josh's first foray into directing (unless you count a 1 act play he did in college). Since high school, his primary focus has been acting. After college he moved to L.A. to pursue acting and is now successfully continuing that career in Atlanta.
Directing this film was not his goal at the outset of this production, but after adding so many other "firsts" to his resume as a result of creating this film, it felt like he would be cheating himself to not have the experience of directing as well. Subsequently, he fell in love with it and hopes that this film will be the first of many he will helm.

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Director Statement

This project involved a GREAT deal of 1st's for me. It was my first time directing, writing, producing, and editing. It is therefore a hugely important project for me because it signifies a great deal of growth and development for me as an artist.
Regardless of how much success it does or doesn't have in the film festival circuit, I am proud of this film. Not only because it was completed (which is a feat in and of itself) but because I got to enlist the talents of several wonderfully creative people, pay them for their talents, and give them an avenue to showcase their skills. And, speaking with as much objectivity as I can about something that is totally "my baby"....I think the final product is pretty damn good!

Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy it!

- Josh