The Menschen team is excited to release the first behind the scenes look at Menschen's first day of shooting in Greeley, CO shooting the bombing of the Wehrmacht convoy.
Currently Menschen is in post production and… Continue
Added by Sarah R. Lotfi on July 24, 2012 at 8:20am —
The evening of Saturday Menschen premiered their trailer at the 4th Annual 1940s WWII Ball in Boulder, CO with some of the cast and crew. Today the trailer went online! https://vimeo.com/44407508…
Added by Sarah R. Lotfi on June 20, 2012 at 2:51pm —
What is it about the second world war that enthralls filmmakers down the generations? For me it is so much more than the uniforms and equipment. The veterans I've met have left me in awe of their incredible strength of character and simple… Continue
Added by Sarah R. Lotfi on August 11, 2011 at 9:50am —
Please consider supporting Colorado feature film by participating at "Openings" on Kickstarter
. One more week to go for this fun campaign! We are so appreciative of the support so far.
Added by Lisa Gerstner on May 23, 2011 at 8:13pm —
Submissions are open for the Colorado Independent Women of Film, taking place July 19th, 20th and 21st, 7:30pm each night, at the Bug Theatre!
Colorado Independent Women of Film celebrates a unique style, perspective, and artistic vision within Colorado’s indie filmmaking community. The three-night festival features short films (narrative and documentary), music videos, experimental works, trailers, web-based projects, and… Continue
Added by Eileen Agosta on May 1, 2011 at 12:30pm —
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 —
I've received a ton of e-mails and phone calls from actors about the upcoming seminar: SAG Contracts Made Simple: The Reel Deal about the Screen Actors Guild … Continue
Added by Paddy on February 9, 2011 at 9:58am —
Hi, Film Fans and Industry Friends,
This is Tanya, producer of In the Loop: Colorado Filmmaking. I’m excited to announce the release of our 11th episode of our show! In a couple more months, we’ll be into Year 2 of In the Loop. It’s been an exciting first year with great guests who have gone on to great success with their films.
I wanted to ask you to please sign up for our e-newsletter by Constant Contact, so I can continue to send these new episode announcements to you… Continue
Added by Tanya Ishikawa on February 3, 2010 at 8:11pm —
I recently sat down with fellow filmmaker Kathryn Gould of the Denver Film Industry Examiner to discuss screenwriting, the indie film biz, and a little strategy to boot!
You can check out Part I here:
Added by Sean J.S. Jourdan on January 27, 2010 at 6:57pm —
This is the latest request I recieved;
This was a request from Janet Robb,
I'm looking for in minute and thirty-eight second long student film "Daddy's
Day" made in 2002 by Christie Eckert at the Colorado Film and Video Institute
for the Starz Encore Project. It was entered into the First Look Student Film
Festival of 2003.
Thanks for any help,
I was an extra in this project.
Added by Steven Wash on November 26, 2009 at 7:55am —
The Alliance for Community Media just announced that In the Loop: Colorado Filmmaking is a finalist in the WAVE Awards, which honor the best programs in public access television from the U.S. west (basically Colorado and most points west). The award winners will be announced at the ACM annual conference in Reno, Nev. on Oct. 17.
The selected episode of In the Loop aired on Denver Open Media in April and May 2009, and featured the filmmakers from "ink" and "The Sacrifice of Old San… Continue
Added by Tanya Ishikawa on September 24, 2009 at 8:56am —
This month, In the Loop welcomes the filmmakers from "The Cove" into the studio for a special feature on the amazing documentary, exposing dolphin killing in a small cove in the village of Taiji, Japan. Director Louie Psihoyos, associate producer Charles Hambleton and cinematographer Eric Abramson talk with In the Loop host Scott Rinehart in this show taped on May 30 for July and August air dates, near the film's nationwide release on July 31 and Colorado screening on August 7.
Added by Tanya Ishikawa on July 16, 2009 at 4:00pm —
The third episode (June 2009) of In the Loop: Colorado Filmmaking has been released!
Our featured guests:
Brian Malone and Cindy Malone with their documentary "Intelligent Life"
Patrick Sheridan and his crew on the set of the feature-length dark comedy "Jimmy Said" and the local filmmakers attending the Boulder International Film Festival Schmoozer on June 3.
Our featured Colorado film locations:
Louisville, Denver, Niwot, Boulder, and… Continue
Added by Tanya Ishikawa on June 16, 2009 at 7:13pm —
I've been have great fun with the "We Do Monsters" group and this seems to be something that I really like. I have looked through the membership of CASA and find an interesting and Unique group of people out there. With all the people from the Springs area, is there a place where you go to just talk about the Business?
I find it difficult to get up to Denver and most of the get togethers seem to fall when I'm not available, Oh well. I guess I'll just keep rolling along.
Added by Eric 'Denim Pete' Peterson on March 17, 2009 at 8:37am —
I'm looking for everyone that lives, visits, works or plays on the Front Range of Colorado.
I have started a new Social Network that will have mini sites within it for each City/Town on the Front Range as well as special Communities for other interest.The Communities already open are for Seniors/Boomers, Latinos and Gaming in Cloroado.
Come join us and invite your local friends.…
Added by Earlybird on January 10, 2009 at 8:06pm —