At the 2017 Utah Film Awards, Wesley L. Austin and “The IP Section” short film were nominated for four awards: Made-in-Utah Short Film Best Short Film – English-Speaking Best Director of a Short Film Best Lead Actor in a Short Film The short documentary “My Dream’s A Joke: The True Story Behind The IP Section” […]

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When things didn’t work out looking for an agent, Wes decided to submit “The IP Section” and “My Dream’s A Joke” to a couple film festivals to see what would happen. Both shows were accepted by the first festival they were submitted to, iTVFest. Although they didn’t win any awards, they were so well received […]

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After producing the TV pilot for “The IP Section,” Wes tries to get an agent to help him sell the pilot.

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Both “The IP Section” and “My Dream’s a Joke” were accepted and screened at ITVFest 2015 in a quaint town in scenic Vermont. Getting accepted into the festival meant being considered for awards, meeting the movers and shakers of the TV industry, and getting to walk on a for-real red carpet. And they did all […]

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After practicing law for over 15 years, a patent attorney decides to pursue his dream of making a TV show without any experience in TV or film.

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An indie TV pilot about a patent attorney in his 40s who decides to secretly pursue his dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian while maintaining his high-pressure career.

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Is it possible to film a professional TV sitcom pilot with a lead actor who has never acted? Here's a glimpse into what the cast and crew of The IP Section think.

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