Coyote County Loser. a romantic comedy for the loser in all of us


Jason Naumann | Director

Jason’s short films include "The Wash," "In Between" and "Happy Wednesday," a dark comedy starring Glenn Howerton (Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Mindy Sterling (Austin Powers), and Tony Hale (Arrested Development). He is currently working on his second feature, Jesus People, the story of the rise and fall of America’s worst Christian dance group.

Jacob Roebuck | Producer/Writer

Jacob holds a BS in Broadcasting and a MS in Leadership and Ethics from John Brown University. He has also taught in the communication/media departments at John Brown University and at Biola University. After 14 years of producing marketing material, "Coyote County Loser" is his first feature.

Rob Bethke | Co-Producer

In 2003, Rob directed and produced romantic-comedy short "Glances," which won a Best Comedy award at the Eureka Springs Film Festival. In 2006, he directed and produced the dramatic short, "Silent Voices." Rob is currently in post-production on a documentary exposing the plight of North Korean refugees.

Alan Trever | Co-Producer

Alan is a leader in theater/film education and production in New Mexico. He has served in a variety of roles from local production coordinator to assistant director for film and TV companies such as Lion’s Gate, Paramount, ABC Family and NBC. He has produced television shows for ESPN, Discovery Channel, the History Channel and the state of New Mexico. Trever is scheduled to direct “Ash Man” starring county music star Randy Travis. Trever holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Eastern New Mexico University.

Lucas Roebuck | Writer

Lucas is an award-winning journalist and college professor. He has previously taught for both George Fox University and John Brown University. Before becoming a professor, Lucas was managing editor for the Northwest Arkansas Times and the Siloam Springs Herald-Leader. He is also the former assignment editor for KNWA-NBC. Currently, Lucas teaches journalism for Northwest Nazarene University. Lucas, along with Jacob, wrote the original one-act stage play version of "Coyote County Loser."

Joel Deutsch | Director of Photography

Joel has served as Director of Photography for dozens of short, feature, TV and documentary productions. His work has appeared on Comedy Central, VH1, MTV, Fox, Discovery, ABC, TV Land and more.

Brian Jonason | Editor

Brian has worked on feature documentaries, television movies, three seasons on the television series “Charmed,” and most recently on the CBS hit crime drama, “Numb3rs.”

John Herklotz, Jordan Wagner and Polly Hartman | Executive Producers