When Jonah (Tom Kemnitz Jr.) and Maggie (Jennifer Faith Ward) move into their dream home in Orlando to start their family, things take a sudden turn for the worse when Jonah loses his job at the local paper. Then, as they’re trying to figure out how to make ends meet to survive their mortgage, Jonah is lost at sea in a mysterious camping accident. Now Maggie has to deal with her grief while trying to do everything she can to save money so she won’t lose the anchor that’s drowning everything in her life: the house.
Last year, with the release of the film, Hardcore Henry (which was shot entirely with GoPro cameras in first person perspective), we decided that we were going to look at the different cost-effective sport and mobile cams on the market to see which ones were worth investing in for our readers. The gold standard in this market has been GoPro, who kindly provided us with one of their HERO4 Black cameras for this extended research article...
“Nowhere, Michigan” Kickstarted: Releases Trailer After Successful Campaign (Microbudget Press Release)
4/12/17 - BVB Films is excited to announce the successful completion of their crowdfunding campaign for “Nowhere, Michigan”, the independent feature film directed by Robert Vornkahl, written by Andrew Beguin, and starring Emmy nominee Tequan Richmond (“General Hospital”, “Blue Caprice”, “Everybody Hates Chris”), Jenna Boyd (“The Missing”, “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), Christina Scherer (“The Intern”), Richard Riehle (“Office Space”, “Glory”, “Casino”), and Ashlie Atkinson (“Bridge of Spies”, “The Wolf of Wall Street”).
“Isn’t It Romantic?”: Route 202 Productions Wins Award in Best Shorts Film Competition (Microfilmmaking Press Release)
– Paul Rothbart and Cooper Campbell, of Route 202 Productions, have won a prestigious Award of Recognition from The Best Shorts Film Competition. The award was given for their funny short film, “Isn’t It Romantic?”, which was the first project of their partnership. “Isn’t It Romantic?” features an exceptional story written by Rothbart and Campbell, who also played the lead roles with Rothbart directing and Campbell producing.
Feature Film, “Nowhere, Michigan” Reveals Trailer: Launches Kickstarter to Complete Post (User Press Release)
Fleeing the scene of a murder, David (Tequan Richmond) drives north, attempting to get as far as away possible. He ends up in a small, frozen town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and reluctantly becomes absorbed into the town, forms unlikely relationships, and starts to build a new life for himself.
Blackmagic Design today announced that DaVinci Resolve Studio was used to edit, grade and finish “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!,” an original shortform comedy series from Wraptastic Productions premiering March 6, 2017 exclusively on Amazon. DaVinci Resolve Studio was used by Chris Sobchack, executive producer, to handle the entire post production process.