an independent production company
After meeting on The Door in the Floor (a lovely movie if you’ve never seen it), Tom Cabral and Alan Kenny-Rudolph became fast friends, bonding over comedian Bill Hicks and Garth Ennis’ Preacher comics. Who wouldn’t?
We created Footnote Studios in order to develop and produce feature films and episodic series. We are working on a few original feature film scripts and looking at optioning additional material.
We play well with others and hope to work with outside filmmakers. Maybe that means full-on collaboration and developing a story from the beginning, or maybe it's something closer to Line Producing.
Co-Founder / Producer
Co-Founder / Producer
Tom has a wide variety of experience in production and corporate finance for production companies. He is currently Head of Production Finance for Michael Eisner’s Tornante Company, prior to which he was VP of Finance for Gold Circle Entertainment.
His credits include animated series (Netflix original Bojack Horseman, Glenn Martin DDS., and The Wonder Pets); feature films (Pitch Perfect 1 and 2, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016), and Supermarket); digital series (The Booth at the End, The Fuzz, and Stan Lee’s World of Heroes); and reality TV (Who Do You Think You Are?, The Real Housewives of New York, and Snoop Dogg’s Fatherhood).
Throughout the 2000s, Alan worked on feature films and TV productions of all sizes, mostly out of New York. His experience ranges from film sets and offices to production companies, and from micro-budget to studio produced projects, including The Door in the Floor (2004), Stay (2005), Just My Luck (2006), and Tenderness (2009). During this time Alan produced short films including Beautiful Night, which premiered at the inaugural Tribeca Film Festival in 2002, and was one of only eight shorts selected to screen with a feature.
Most recently he was a producer on Funtrain Media’s short film Conversations With and About My Electric Toothbrush (2015). In 2015 Alan completed UCLA’s prestigious Screenwriting Professional Program, and is now developing feature projects through Footnote Studios.