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Springfield Films was founded in 1997 in Orlando, Florida. The company started by producing music videos and corporate training videos, including a Server Training Video Series for Planet Hollywood.
In 1999, Springfield Films began producing feature films, including two films by Director Douglas Maxwell, Scrambled Eggs 'N Death and Special Weapons and Tactlessness. Over the next three years, the company produced numerous music videos (including Ask Me Later, Blue Meridian, Cider, Cross, Kaley and Triple Deep), a CD Release Party Video for Triple Deep, many live shows at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, several short films (including Recess, Dream Job and The Menu Thief), and one more feature film Stealing God.
In 2004, Springfield Films relocated from Orlando to Los Angeles. At the same time, the company welcomed a new co-owner, Jessica Mathews, who has been spearheading the Development and Production departments.
The company continues pushing forward: producing music videos for The Screaming MeeMees and South of Haven; the short films Kimberly, Savor the Insanity, Guitar Party Nightmare, Notes on Lying, In Silence and CeCe's World; the film trailers for PLAYdate and Bearing Gifts, a documentary; and the webisodes The Screaming MeeMees and Party Girl Plus One.
In addition, Springfield Films is currently pitching television projects to Bravo, The CW, E!, Oxygen and A&E.
Originally from Florida, Jessica Mathews earned a Bachelors Degree in Business from the University of Florida. Shortly after graduation, she founded Porcelain Productions.
Originally from Illinois, Dave Swuz attended Griffin High School in Springfield, Illinois. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Finance from Illinois State University and served as a Summer Intern for Illinois Governor Jim Edgar.