Old Segundo Productions has produced a significant number of full-length feature documentary films on a variety of subjects since 2004–War World II, rodeo and western history, Japanese-Americans.  The producer/director of all these films has been Vernon L. Williams, founder of Old Segundo Productions.  Read below about Williams and the new feature film currently in production, Patton and Pancho:  A Clash of Cultures.  As the production proceeds and post-production gets underway, sample clips from the film project will find their way here.  So stay tuned to see some of our work unfold.

Filmmaker Biography–Vernon L. Williams

Dr. Vernon L. Williams grew up in an Air Force family during the 1940s and 1950s. His father, M/SGT Andrew L. Williams, served first in the Army Air Force in 1942 and later retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1964. During World War II, Sgt. Williams served in the Pacific war with the 509th […]