Founded by musician, entrepreneur, and producer Ty Morse in 2016, Time Horse Productions makes films about people on the periphery. At its core, Time Horse is interested in big things: music, religion, humans. But after taking in the big picture, Time Horse wants to tell stories about people who don’t fit easily into that picture. They are people who love that big thing, who think about it, and sign on to it, and smile and laugh passionately about it, but exist outside of it in some crucial way. Our films bring those outsiders into the spotlight in order to reveal new aspects of the big things that matter to so many of us. We tell stories about characters who are blurry and out of focus until we turn our heads, and our cameras, onto their original and new points of view.
About Time Horse Productions
Ty Morse is a musician, entrepreneur, and producer. His first major project as a co-writer and producer was Frankenstein the rock opera which was performed at Davidson College in 2003 and presented at a stage reading in New York in 2004. In 2004, he co-founded Royalty, Etc. Records, which successfully launched bands from the Minneapolis area like Middlepicker, SpaceCamp, ZibraZibra, and Grickle-grass. In 2017, a coincidental meeting of the Japanese Packers Cheering Team at their home-base bar in Japan led to an invitation for the group to visit Green Bay, Wisconsin and attend a Packers game. That experience is currently being transformed into the documentary, Japanese Packers Cheering Team. Morse is currently working with award-winning filmmaker Brandon Vedder to produce Strange Negotiations, which follows critically-acclaimed musician David Bazan’s as he struggles with his faith. Another upcoming project is Our Band Won’t Be Your Life which explores how musicians navigate the dedication and desire to be musicians in the face of a changing music industry landscape.