This list contains links to some of the film projects that Craig Hensley and Jenna
Miller have been involved with in different capacities. (Go to the “About the Designer” and “Actor Craig Hensley” tabs for details of their work on these projects.)
PHOTO: Craig Hensley with wife Jenna Miller on the red carpet at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood for the premier of Another Day in Paradise and the screening of Hot Bath an A Stiff Drink 2.
GUNSLINGERS: OK Corral Episodes American Heroes Channel
Breaking Down the Gunfight at the OK Corral Episode & The Point of No Return at the OK Corral Episode
RANDY HOUSER “LIKE A COWBOY” MUSIC VIDEO Team Two Entertainment www.TeamTwoEntertainment.com Filmed on location at Old Tucson Studios
COMMON THREADS Jenna Miller was the Costume Designer for this period piece produced by Team Two Entertainment and directed by William Shockley (Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman). Craig Hensley played the role of the town preacher Reverend Weston in the film.
YOU’RE GONNA MISS ME
GRIDDLE HOUSE Produced by Bear Fruit Films
DRAW THE LINE Produced by The Center For American Values www.AmericanValuesCenter.org Directed by Brad Padula (Director of the Emmy Award winning film Beyond the Medal of Honor) Produced by Capture It Productions Filmed on location at Gammons Gulch Movie Set in Benson, Arizona.
DEAD MEN THE SERIES Directed by Royston Innes
Produced by Saddlecreek Films and SunCast Entertainment
Filmed on location in Southeast Arizona www.DeadMentheSeries.com
HOT BATH AN’ A STIFF DRINK Produced by Hot Bath Stiff Drink LLC Directed by Matthew Gratzner www.HotBathStiffDrink.com
ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE
INSIDE THE HUNT FOR THE BOSTON BOMBERS National Geographic Channel
A HORSE STORY
WOMEN IN PRISON
SHOOTING GALLERY: Gunfight at the OK Corral
MONUMENTAL MYSTERIES: 2 Episodes
JOSEPHINE & THE HANDKERCHIEF Short Silent Melodrama Film
Written and directed by Mara Patterson (daughter of star/producer Jeffery Patterson of “Hot Bath An’ A Stiff Drink”) Starring: Jenna Miller with Craig Hensley, Steven Conklin, David Hight, Karen Bradley, Lee Anderson and trick horse “Concho” Stunts: Austin Buchanan, Jesse Pickering and Greg DeBenedetti Filmed at Old Tucson Studios