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Epic Jelly Films is dedicated to creating honest, imaginative stories that celebrate every day life. 

Epic Jelly Films was founded in 2022 as the culmination of a two-year partnership between actors and writers, Joe Bridgwood and Emily Blake Anderson. 

Together, their mission is to create honest, original content that is both moving and relatable, giving their audience a joyful reminder to celebrate the human spirit and the nuances of everyday life.

With a clear vision from their founders, Epic Jelly Films continues to write, produce, and share both short and feature films at various stages in development.


Stay tuned for numerous new releases coming up!


Emily Blake Anderson

Emily Blake Anderson is an NYC-based actor. writer, and collaborator.


Originally from Arizona, Emily began performing at a young age and continued into a professional career in theater. She has performed in national tours and regional productions in every part of the country.


Recently, she has dedicated her time to acting and story-telling in film. Together with Joe Bridgwood, she created her first feature film, How to Find Love in a Pandemic, which she produced, wrote, directed, and starred in alongside Joe. Since then, they have produced two more short films, and have more in development. 

Emily loves to write, read, travel, and spend time with her husband, friends, and tuxedo cat. She adores live performances in NYC, whether it be theater, dance, or music. 

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Joe Bridgwood

Joe Bridgwood is an American artist,  actor, director, singer/songwriter, teacher.


Most recently, Joe has been working on various projects with his creative partner on films such as, “How To Find Love In A Pandemic,” and “We’re Not Alone.” 


Since Joe was a teenager, he’s had a love for telling stories through his art. While pursuing a career in Visual Art, Joe took up acting and was cast in various college productions. In 2002, Joe and fellow musicians formed the band, Wired. After touring and releasing two eps, Wired had a record deal with major label backing and went national. While releasing two albums, for the next 6 years, Joe Bridgwood focused on a career in music but, always felt the need to act. 


In 2016, Joe Bridgwood joined McCaskill Studios and reignited his passion for acting and writing. Currently, Joe Bridgwood feels blessed to have the opportunity to be working with his creative partner, Emily Blake Anderson with Epic Jelly Films. 

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