In 2014, Geoff played a season as a QB with the Marin County Pride, a Semi-Pro Football team. At 46, he was the oldest player to make the team.

 

Produced and directed three (3) animated commercials that aired during Super Bowl XLIII.

 

In 2013, he was selected, along with 4 other filmmakers, to compete in the Napa Valley Film Festival's Sony 4k Film Challenge. He was selected by SONY and the NVFF to direct a 5-minute short film. Based on a randomly assigned topic and using the latest SONY equipment, Hey Mickey was the film delivered by "Team Callan". Produced in less than 50 hours it stars Mickey the Baboon (Tom Cruise's sidekick "Hey Man" in the film Rock of Ages).

 

Geoff is the brother-in-law of Lt. Gov. of California Gavin Newsom.

 

Prior to founding Emergency Clock Productions, Geoff served as the Executive Producer for One World Network's (co-founded by Melanie Griffith) "new media" division. He was responsible for all film, video and Internet production.

 

In 2006 Geoff recognized and honored by 7x7 Magazine as an "Innovative Leader in the Creative Industry" (Category: Independent Filmmaking).

 

As a director and Producer, along with Mike Shaw as co-director and editor, their film Pursuit of Equality was widely acclaimed as "...required viewing for all Americans."

 

 

Official Selection to

Long Beach Q Film Festival in 2008.

Maui Film Festival 2005.

The Tahoe Reno International Film Festival 2006.

50th Cork Film Festival, Ireland 2005.

12th Annual San Luis Obispo Film 2006.

OUTFEST 2005

 

Audience Award Winner for Best Documentary at the 48th San Francisco International Film Festival in 2005.

 

Audience Award Winner at the 12th Annual San Luis Obispo Film Festival 2006.

 

Audience Award Winner at the 9th Annual Sonoma Valley Film Festival 2006.

 

In 2009, then San Francisco, CA: Mayor Gavin Newsom and actor Jason Lewis presented a Local Hero Award to San Francisco filmmakers Geoff Callan and Mike Shaw for their film Pursuit of Equality.

 

"Best of Fest" at the Palm Springs INT'L Film Festival 2006.

"Best of Fest" at the 17th Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival 2006.