Portland production Birds of Neptune takes home Best Dramatic Feature at the Arizona International Film Festival, and the Special Jury Award for Best Performance to Britt Harris! Birds of Neptune written and directed by Steven Richter, produced by Lara Cuddy, stars Britt Harris, Molly Elizabeth Parker and Kurt Conroyd.
Portland based feature film to premier at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, January 23rd and 26th.
Birds of Neptune, a feature film by Steven Richter which was shot in Portland in 2013 will make its World Premier in Park City, Utah at the Slamdance Film Festival. With an all local Portland based cast and crew and a soundtrack from primarily PNW bands this is truly a local production.
Birds of Neptune is a feature film shot in Portland, Oregon, to be released in 2014. Written and Directed by Steven Richter (Center of Gravity, The Myth of Drowning), Cinematography by John J. Campbell (Mala Noche, My Own Private Idaho, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues.) Edited by Michael Ward (House of Last Things). A Reverie Films production, starring Britt Harris, Molly Elizabeth Parker, Kurt Conroyd, Christian Blair, and Lauren Luiz.
Birds of Neptune, written and directed by Steven Richter (Center of Gravity, Myth of Drowning), is an independent feature film set in Portland, OR, produced by Reverie PDX and Lara Cuddy (The Weather Outside, Cell Count), and scheduled for release in fall 2013.
Based on a short story the running time of this film is not going to stretch anyone’s patience – but that doesn’t stop the director from cranking up the tension as the movie unfolds. Contained, collapsed almost to the world of just this relationship, we follow the power struggles, history and attempts to create a future that Renato and Renata negotiate. The work from these actors is, unsurprisingly, fantastic; more is said in a look than many can get across in a monologue. Continue reading... “Center of Gravity Reviews from Raindance”
Portland based director Steven Richter’s feature film “Center of Gravity” is in the official selection for the 20th Raindance Film Festival in London (Sept.26 – Oct.7 2012).
The film was shot in five days in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with two cameras, a minimal crew and budget, starring Brazilian actors Julio Machado and Ana Carolina Lima. Based on a story by American writer David Plante, “Center of Gravity” deals with universal questions about love and our expectations toward the beloved, the thin line that simultaneously divides and unites one another. Continue reading... ““Center of Gravity” in the 20th Raindance Film Festival in London”