Free Support and Outreach for Colorado's Filmmaking Community
GhostFire Entertainment invites you to the"Raining Fire Film Showcase." hosted by Jennifer Wilde!
Be the first to see four Denver based short film productions from filmakers Lewis Leslie and Tim Keller. The films include "Strange Company" (Director's cut) directed by Lewis Leslie, the acclaimed shorts "Dreamlady" and "Grift" both directed by Tim Keller and the world premiere of epic THE INITIATION OF PROFESSOR KIMMER directed by Lewis Leslie and…Continue
Added by Lewis Leslie on April 30, 2011 at 8:44am — No Comments
Check this out!. A brand new, totally FREE Talent site for the Denver area has just been born.
It is a clearing house for those looking for talent & those that provide talent! We help make connections between those two parties directly. We do this as a service & make no money. All Talent listed within these pages charges between $50 - $200 an hour for their services (Individually…
Added by Steve Stone on April 22, 2011 at 9:21am — No Comments
Every week students at Benjy Dobrin Studios produce amazing work as they strive to hone their craft. In each class through scene work, monologues or exercises, students at BDS commit wholeheartedly to becoming the best actors possible. They can be seen working professionally in TV, film and on stage across Denver and beyond.
Whenever possible we like to share some of our work with those in the industry that otherwise might not get to see us in action. If you are an industry…Continue
Added by Benjy Dobrin on April 21, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Would be interested in hearing what you think of our feature film coming out at the end of this summer. "Openings" is about real people telling true mystical stories through interviews and reenactments. We need to shoot a few more scenes and then dive into postproduction. I'm co-producer and composing the filmscore, working with director Mark McGinnis.
There will be…Continue
Added by Lisa Gerstner on April 17, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
Check out the new IMDB.COM page for the new movie "476 A.D."
The movie is however still in production and is scheduled to be completed by November.
Added by Ivan Pavletic on April 13, 2011 at 1:16am — No Comments
So, there was another conversation on this site lamenting the lack of financing in Denver and I thought it would be fun to do a little math. I'm a DIY-er at heart, so I thought I would see what it would take to just break even on one film.
Here are some parameters for the thought experiment:
Let's assume I can find a 200 seat theater, and they'll let me screen there as much as I want for free.
Let's also assume that 1 out of every 5 of my projects is good.…Continue
Read the Article from Croatian World Network
I recently put together an animation course at work where they discussed the concept of "plussing" -- doing things to a character, or a frame, or a gesture, or a performance to really focus and emphasize what's there.
How can I use this concept in my own work? I've been mulling this over a lot lately, and it snapped into focus for me when I bumped into these two clips.
Same script. Different..... everything.
I want to make something substantial and sustainable happen in Denver. Meaning independently created stories being seen by local audiences. What other things have been tried? What's worked, and what's failed?
I'm trying to wrap my head around the supply/demand part of the puzzle at the indie level around here. I'd love any insight this audience may have. Mind if I philosophize for a minute as I try to simplify and frame the challenge?
Please read and…
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Added by Kathryn Gould on April 7, 2011 at 9:40pm — No Comments
After a recent project I realized that I could create almost any image I could imagine.
The old challenge was how to organize the technical aspects, to understand the light, how to capture cleaner dialogue, to cast well and dress the set well and to provide just enough direction to keep things believable and on track. While still important, these were no longer my central concern.
The new challenge is to simply imagine better things. This is a lot harder…
DS StudioWorks opened it's doors in the Summer of 08; since then, we have earned a solid reputation for our Commercial Audition and quick memorization training (S.M.T.) We are also known for custom writing scripts for our actors and have written over 200 since we began, which prompted us to launch our MockSides website; a library of free original scenes for workshop actors. We've produced our first instructional DVD "How to Memorize Lines Fast Using S.M.T.", and launched the MockSides…Continue