Posts tagged "screening"

From Elgin To Hollywood: The Little Film That Could

From Elgin To Hollywood: The Little Film That Could
This time last year we were in the midst of furiously working to put the finishing touches on our first feature film “Dark Before Dawn” which we finally premiered in February. If you’re a follower of this blog then you already know that “Dark Before Dawn” was shot on a micro-budget that consisted largely of... Read more »

Coming Soon To A Theatre Near You: "Recalculating"

Coming Soon To A Theatre Near You: "Recalculating"
    Now that it is awards season we are all looking forward to seeing the brightest stars walk the red carpet and hear who wins the highest awards for great filmmaking. These are the heights that every filmmaker aspires to reach and this can be a very inspiring time of year. What would you say... Read more »

3 Reasons To Go Out On A Thursday Night

First of all, I’m sure that savvy Scenesters such as yourself are the adventurous sort who love to shake things up from time to time. Fancy cheeses made in Spain? Why not? Coffee that comes in a tiny cup? All the better to taste the sophistication! A movie on a Thursday night? Well, premieres only... Read more »
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United Film Festival Trailer

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Here is a sneak peek at our film “Dark Before Dawn” which will be making it’s Chicago premiere on Thursday September 27th at 9:30pm as the closing night feature of the United Film Festival: Chicago. We invite you to join us!

Festival First Saves Best For Last

Festival First Saves Best For Last
Not long ago we premiered our very first feature film “Dark Before Dawn” to a full house at the Marcus Cinema in Elgin, IL. It was a grand night and we looked forward to launching our film into the festival circuit with anticipation and optimism. Today, we are delighted to announce that we have been... Read more »

Everyone's a Critic

Picture this. You’re sitting in a movie theatre, the lights go down and the coming attractions flicker on the screen.  In a mere minute and a half they promise two hours worth of intrigue, suspense, wonder, love and entertainment.  And as soon as each trailer ends everyone becomes a critic: “That looks good.”  “I totally... Read more »
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Lights, Curtains, Action: Previewing A Film

By Greg Kiernan So there I was walking stiffed-legged through the frigid cold, down Elizabeth Street to a dark building I had never seen before that night.  My breath forms a stinky mist through the scarf wrapped around my face.  My eyes tear from the harsh wind and my normal rosy complexion turns a strawberry... Read more »

Up Coming Screenings of "Mattress World"

You’ve heard the expression “Let’s get this show on the road?” Well, that is just what we plan to do for the next few months! Within the next month we will be taking “Mattress World” from coast to coast. Like a tour. We should make t-shirts… MARCH 19th, 2011 This will be our third year... Read more »

Chicago- The Worst Place To Visit Ever?

Chicago- The Worst Place To Visit Ever?
As March nears we are in the process of making plans to travel literally coast to coast to screen our most recent film “Mattress World” at film festivals. Our first stop will be Vegas for the Vegas Media Expo followed shortly by the LA Women’s Film Festival, followed shortly by the Lichtfield Hills Film Festival... Read more »
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"Mattress World" Awarded Best Family Short at Illinois International

What a wonderful way to start off November! We screened “Mattress World” on November 7th at the Illinois International Film Festival to a wonderfully appreciative audience. Gwydhar and Danellyn were in attendance for the screening as well as one of our stars Tin Penavic.  Recently we also learned that our little film was awarded Best... Read more »