Consoling the Stars IV
Lance Britt (seen here with Professor Gary Lee of the Sport Karate Museum Archives in Sugar Land, Texas) created the story for Consoling the Stars while working with Dean Pyles back in 2009. Since the first film short project that was shot in Mt Airy, North Carolina there were a second and third installment.  Now Consoling the Stars IV is in production.
Consoling the Stars III
Kimber Bentley a 2x NASKA National Champion and Gregory Rowe a 3x NASKA National Champion appeared in Consoling the Stars III. As part of goal with the Consoling the Stars franchise we highlight actual talents from their fields of expertise. This way we can showcase these amazing individuals in their natural environment doing what they do best.
Consoling the Stars II
Sarah O'Brien was the leading actress in Consoling the Stars II. It also starred Jayda Moody, Taya Fisher, Taylor Long, Amber Wright, and Payton Rae. Sarah has been working with Across the Canvas Productions for a number of years now and her character from Consoling the Stars II will return in Consoling the Stars III.  She is one of the many talents who work with Across the Canvas Productions that are also spokespersons for No Room 4 Racism. 
Consoling the Stars
The Consoling the Stars franchise is an on-going film project that was set-up as a way to tell a story about one girls search to find real meaning in her life so she can stand center stage and show the world that she is truly a shining star. As of December 2016 2 versions had been completed Consoling the Stars I that stars Catherine Sewell and Dean Pyles. Consoling the Stars II that stars Sarah O'Brien, Jayda Moody, Taya Fisher, Taylor Long, Amber Wright, and Payton Rae. It includes music performed and arranged by Guy Walker of Guy Walker Studios in Orlando, Florida. Consoling the Stars III went in to production on Christmas Day 2016.   Dean Pyles [Known in the Martial Arts World as Grand Master Pyles holds a 9th Degree Black Belt, is a member of the Martial Arts Hall of Fame, a member of Gary Lee's Martial Arts History Museum, a Martial Arts History General, Stunt Coordinator, Fight Choreographer, Actor, and Spokesperson for No Room 4 Racism and Across the Canvas Productions] has been working with us on Blank Surfaces for Across the Canvas Productions since 2009.