• In Development
  • "The Party" (2005)

    When the wife's away, the husbands will play in CME's first comedic short film.

    "Randi's Birthday" (2005)

    A father pays tribute to his daughter on her special day in this touching short.

    "Keep Livin'" (2007)

    Music video featuring Houston-based rapper Alias "J" - winner of the Mix Down/Picture Up Song and Video Competition, co-sponsored by sKinny beatz and Cougar's Marque Entertainment.

    "The Life and Times of Abigail Waller" (2015)

    CME's first foray into the world of the web series, now being re-imagined as Cougar's Marque Comics' first-ever webcomic!


    The Studio

    Cougar’s Marque Entertainment (CME) is a multimedia production company based in Houston, TX, owned and operated by writer/director Kevin Sorrell. Founded October 11, 2004, CME quickly established itself in the Houston media scene with the production of it’s first short film, “The Party” (2005), followed by the acclaimed “Randi’s Birthday” (2005). In the ensuing years, CME and its principals have participated in numerous productions both in front of and behind the camera.

    Looking to expand their brand into all forms of media, CME’s concurrent goal is to help establish Houston as the southern mecca of multimedia production.