We'd like to give a big congratulations to Roham, Director of Photography for BTW, for being selected as a 2017 Honoree of the Emerging Cinematographers Awards for his work on BTW. The yearly program is part of the International Cinematographers Guild who choose just 8 DPs that show great talent and promise behind the camera. The showcase will kick off at the DGA on September 24th; followed by similar events in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta. Congrats!
Hello Everyone, tickets to the Hollyshorts Film Festival screenings are now available. We will be screening on Friday, August 18th @ 5:00pm at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA. Already, that is a beautiful theater. In addition, they've asked for DCPs to screen; so the film will look and sound absolutely beautiful. Below is a link to purchase tickets - just click on the gray button and you'll be directed to the website. Looking forward to seeing you there!
We are excited to announce that Break the Will has been chosen to be a part of the 2017 Hollyshorts Film Festival in Hollywood, CA. We will be screening at the Chinese Theater on August 18th as a part of the TV Section of the festival. Stay tuned for more info!
The River Film Festival has begun! Screenings are taking place along the beautiful Italian canals in Piovego at Porta Portello Padova. "Break the Will" is screening on Saturday, June 24th at 10:00 pm. The film will even have Italian subtitles! The above picture is an excerpt from the 2017 programme. Below is a link to the full line-up of the festival, Ciao!
We are thrilled to announce that "Break the Will" has been accepted into the New Hope Film Festival. The festival is July 21st-30th; and BTW will playing as a part of the "Human Problems" short film segment. This festival will be particularly interesting because it's located in New Hope, Pennsylvania, an area surrounded by Amish communities. Though we don't expect the Amish to show up in droves, it will be interesting to see how the community reacts to the film and it's depiction of Amish.
Exciting news! We have been generously reviewed by George Nash at the UK Film Review who has called BTW a "beautifully shot and harrowingly realized...film of conflictions that is both remarkably layered and utterly compelling." See the link below to read the full article.
We are excited to announce that BTW is going international! We've been accepted into the River Film Festival in beautiful Padova, Italy. The festival will take place June 16th-30th, 2017. It is a free festival for all of those who wish to attend. Details on the screening time to come!
We're excited and happy to announce that Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival was a huge success! BTW won the Goujon Caille (Spotted Catfish) Award for Best Narrative Short Film. Thank you to all who came out to support the film. Below is a picture of the director, Jonathan Siebel, with the award.
We're happy to announce that BTW has been accepted into the Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival down in Lafayette, Louisiana. It will take place January 26th-February 1st. If you're in the Lafayette area, join us on January 28th for the screening!
We're excited to announce our acceptance into the Green Bay Film Festival, taking place in Green Bay, Wisconsin, March 2-5, 2017. If you're in the area check out the screening. A link to the website is below.