Joe Gold and Tammy Caplan have produced three previous films through their production company, Gold Cap Films. Their first feature film, "Never Say Macbeth," was distributed on DVD by Vanguard Cinema in August, 2008. This 86-minute comedy had a successful film festival run, and received rave reviews, including a 100% fresh rating on the film review website, Rotten Tomatoes.
Their comedic short, "Fartman: Caught in a Tight Ass," was one of a select group of films chosen to appear on Howard Stern's In Demand cable channel, Howard TV, and was chosen by the very prestigious website for short films, Atom.com. On Atom, it has received over 262,000 views. Their dramatic short, "Petrol," was a finalist in the Almost Famous Film Festival.
Joe Gold has directed many plays for the theatre including Dario Fo's "The Pope and the Witch" and OyamO's "A Hopeful Interview with Satan." An award-winning magician, Joe also directed "Nouveau Magic" which was a unique blend of magic, theatre, and improvisational comedy. Nouveau Magic had a highly successful run at the Duplex in Greenwich Village, NYC, and toured many venues throughout the east coast. He is a long-time member of one of L.A.'s most prestigious theatre companies, the Circle X Theatre Co. He graduated with a theatre degree from the University of Michigan.
Tammy Caplan's screenplay, 8th Grade Sucks, was a Nicholl Fellowship Quarterfinalist as well as a Script Savvy Screenplay Contest 1st Place Winner.
She graduated with a degree in theater from UCLA where she received the Chancellor's Marshall award. She recently has a recurring role on Showtime's Weeds, and is currently working as an associate story producer on History Channel's, Ancient Aliens.