Two Dum Micks


THEME: Duets

THURSDAY  |  7 - 9:30 PM

Narrative | 2019 | 4 min. 44 sec.
Official Selection
Suggested Rating | PG-13
Country | United States
Language | English
Producers | Diane Hendricks, Kara Shaw

Director | D.B. Sweeney
Writer | D.B. Sweeney
Cast | Sean Astin, D.B. Sweeney
[LA Live Film Festival • Chicago Blow Up International Film Festival • Great Lakes International Film Festival • Accolade Global Film Competition • Florence Film Festival • Rome Prism Film Festival • Under The Stars Film Festival • Varese Film Festival • Kino London People Films Festival • New York Cinematography Awards • Couch Film Festival • Salt House Creative Film Festival • Vidi Space Film Festival • Crown Wood International Film Festival • Care Awards]
Two unlucky guys meet in the drunk tank and hatch a plan.


D. B. SWEENEY'S many films include Gardens of Stone, Memphis Belle, Fire in the Sky, The Cutting Edge, No Man’s Land, Spawn, Roommates and Eight Men Out (as Shoeless Joe Jackson). The Steven Spielberg produced Captive State was released March 2019. His latest, Manson Brothers Midnight Zombie Massacre will be released in early 2020. 

On Television he played Dish Boggett in the landmark Lonesome Dove miniseries and the memorably oblivious Larry opposite Jon Cryer on Two and a Half Men. His other extensive credits include Sharp Objects, Ice, Criminal Minds, 24, CSI, Crash, Jericho, House, Harsh Realm, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge and the multi-Emmy winning Miss Rose White

Sweeney made his debut as screenwriter, director and producer with Two Tickets to Paradise. The self-financed movie was a huge hit on the film festival circuit, garnering much acclaim. D.B. was named Best Director at the Boston International Film Festival and was cited for “Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking” at Method Fest. The many other awards for the film include Best Picture at the Savannah Film Festival, the Audience Choice Award at The Vail Film Fest, Best Comedy at the Staten Island Fest, Fort Lauderdale Film Festival’s “Renaissance Award” and the Santa Fe Film Festival’s “Best of the Independent Spirit Award.”

D.B. is currently in pre-production on Horsehead Crossing a Western based on an Elmer Kelton novel featuring an all star cast. 

One of America’s pre-eminent voiceover artists, D.B.’s list of clients includes Coca Cola, Lincoln Motors, Disney, Bud Light, John Deere, Ford Motor Company, Major League Baseball and NFL Network. He narrates Mountain Men for History channel and was selected by Oprah Winfrey as the original voice of her OWN network. 


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