Portland film Population: 2, directed by Gil Luna, has been receiving a multitude of awards and recognitions since it finished production in December of 2011. Top among these has been the reception of an Award of Merit by The Indie Fest and an Award of Excellence from the Accolade Competition.
The most recent news is that Population: 2 will be featured as an official selection in the World Premiere of The 45th Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film and Video Festival, which takes place between April 13th-22nd. Continue reading... “Population: 2 featured at Houston World Festival”
A dead world, a woman surviving alone, and the coffin she brings back every evening to her home.
These are the elements that make up Population: 2, an all-Oregon project that filmed in 2010 and is screening December 8th, 2011, at the Bagdad theater. The information for getting free tickets to the event is in a recent Confluence blog post, but unfortunately the post was a little garbled due to a browser incompatibility. For that reason, I’ll be reposting the information here. Continue reading... “A Little More About “Population: 2””
Continue reading... “Moon Tribe Studios Invites You to a One-time Screening of “Population: 2””
I am very excited to extend a special invitation to the private, one time screening of the feature film, “Population: 2”. The screening will take place on Thursday, December 8th, 7:30p.m. (theater doors open at 6pm) at the Baghdad Theater in Portland Oregon. I was a writer and producer on the film, and had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with Kenneth Luba of golightlyfilms as Director of Photography and Gil Luna of Moon Tribe Studios as writer/director.
Tickets to the event are FREE.
A world destroyed… a woman left alone… a relationship left unresolved…
These are the elements that come together in the newest drama from Moon Tribe Studio’s Gil Luna (director; writer) and Jonathan Stark (executive producer; concept) and golightlyfilms’ Kenneth Luba (director of photography). Every day, Lilith wanders the remains of civilization, scavenging what she can from the deserted refuse of what was once a bustling city. Every night, she returns to her home underneath the dead city and contemplates the past that has left her alone. Continue reading... “Population: 2- New Film from Moon Tribe Studios and golightlyfilms”