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Even before it was officially a production company the Cremer Brothers (Herb and Joe) had been making short films using the name, JoeBert Entertainment, since they first shot The Burial in the Summer of 2008, using a home camcorder.

They went on to shoot five more shorts (Robbin’ St. Nick in 2009, Justifiable Homicide in 2010, Eggnogged in 2012, Deep Inside the Rabbit’s Hole in 2013, and Jason Voorhees: Attorney-at-Law in 2013) using the title JoeBert Entertainment before incorporating the company on July 2, 2014.

 Due to personal roadblocks it was an entire year before JoeBert Entertainment began its first official production. Filming for Keep It in the Dark began on November 20, 2015 and wrapped on November 22, 2015.​

 A ten-minute version of Keep It in the Dark premiered at the Passaic County Film Festival on April 22, 2017, where it took second place.

 The full length version premiered at the Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival on May 21, 2017. It was nominated for Best Horror and Best NJ Drama.

 JoeBert Entertainment’s  God’s Law, a full length slasher film wrapped on September 17, 2017 after thirteen days of filming and is  JoeBert Entertainment’s, as well as  the Cremer Brothers’, first feature film. It premiered at Grove Film Festival on September 26, 2018.

 

 While waiting for God's Law to be scored JoeBert Entertainment produced Grace Soriano's A Tall Drink of Walter, a short student film. Filming began on April 20, 2018 and wrapped the same day. It premiered at The Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest on August 4, 2018.

Next JoeBert Entertainment produced Assisted Suicide from June 30 - July 1. It is a short dark dramedy, dealing with depression and suicide.

On July 7, 2018 JoeBert Entertainment produced a scene of a B-Horror movie featured in the fifth season of the award-winning series: Or So the Story Goes.

JoeBert Entertainment's next production was A Cosplay Life, filming from August 8-9 and August 13-14; with an additional day of shooting on August 23.

Keeping their productive 2018 going, JoeBert Entertainment co-produced Outtake Productions' The Angry Man. The short horror movie was filmed from September 28-30. It was written by Melissa Malone and directed by Theresa Lebreglio.

On November 9, 2018 production began on Forgotten, a short drama by the Cremer Brothers. It wrapped on November 10 and production immediately began on Play Date, which wrapped on November 11. Both films were co-produced with Outtake Production.

Play Date premiered at The Lost Sanity Film Festival on February 22, 2019where it took home the Twisted Tale award for most disturbing horror film.

Both Forgotten and The Angry Man premiered at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival on May 4th and 5th respectively.

Assisted Suicide premiered at Art is Alive Film Festival on July 1, 2019. It was nominated for Best Comedy and Diann Gogerty was nominated for Best Actress.

Grace Soriano's Better Safe Than Sonny began production on August 31, 2019. It had its second and final day of filming on September 14, 2019, wrapping just after 1:00AM on September 15, 2019.

Production for You're It began on November 16, 2019 at The Gingerbread Castle in Hamburg, NJ and wrapped on November 17 in Jersey City, NJ.  The film was co-produced with Outtake Productions.

Immediately after wrapping on You're It production began on Theresa Labreglio's Best of Fest, an Outtake production co-produced with JoeBert Entertainment. It wrapped the same day.

On February 1, 2020 Grace Soriano officially became part owner in JoeBert Entertainment.

Grace Soriano's Ebb and Flo began production on March 13, 2020 in Passaic, NJ and wrapped on March 17, 2020 in Manhattan, NY. The film is Grace Soriano's capstone but due to the Covid-19 pandemic two scenes were postponed, as well as one day of reshoots.

What Can I Say? was filmed April 25, 2020 (and went into April 26). The telephone conversations were recorded on April 29, 2020 and the film was released on YouTube the following day.

Best of Fest premiered online on July 18, 2020 at the Tri-Rivers Film Festival.

“The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture.”

– Alfred Hitchcock