When in Doubt
A new documentary about the importance of difficult conversations and the benefits of doubt.
The Signal Productions is making a documentary with the aim of helping improve dialogue across ideological divides and strengthening relationships. We are working with one of the authors of How to Have ImpossibleConversations, Peter Boghossian, who will be coaching our documentary subjects to improve their ability to communicate. The film will feature amazing people like Daryl Davis, self-described race reconciliator, who was able to get over 200 people to leave behind hateful organizations like the KKK just through dialogue and by befriending them. Continue reading... “When in Doubt – Documentary on our Divides”
Centered around music licensing and scoring original music, Marmoset is a Northwest music agency aiding filmmakers in creating remarkable soundtracks for every project. And with a roster of vintage to independent and emerging artists, Marmoset is equipped to match music to picture on any and every scale.
Writer & Director & Producer — Bryan R. Thompson
Director of Photography — Jeremiah L. Scott
PA- Benjamin James
Gaffer: Steve Waters
Sound: Jeff Scott Taylor
Editor & Color: Bryan R. Thompson
Hair & Make-up / Costume Design — Alicia Watkins
Applications are now being accepted for the fall Roy W. Dean Film Grant. The grant seeks films that are unique and make a contribution to society. The winner receives $3,000 cash and close to $30,000 in film products and services to use to complete their film. Films can be documentaries, short films, features, or webisodes. Deadline for submission is September 30th, 2015.
Anyone interested in launching a crowdfunding campaign to fund a movie, or any other film project, may want to check out the audition scheduled for September 17.
Crowdfunding Mojo is hosting an open audition at NedSpace Morrison, 619 SW 11th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Anyone considering creating a crowdfunding campaign is eligible to become a cast member. Crowdfunding Mojo is a TV series following the stories of 12 intrepid inventors, entrepreneurs, innovators and creators as they plan, schedule, and launch their innovative crowdfunding campaigns, including ultimate successes and possible tragic failures. Continue reading... “Is a Crowdfunding Campaign in Your Future?”
Applications are now being accepted for the Roy W. Dean Fall Grant. The grant gives filmmakers a chance to get their films going or completed with an award of $2,500 in cash and $30,000 in film products and services. Films can be documentaries, short films, and features and must be unique and contribute to society. Deadline for submission is September 30th, 2014
Extraterrestrial visitation. Ecology. Wilderness. Human Psychology. Human Nature. The mechanistic response to be fearful of things we do not understand—of that which lies outside of our limited understanding.
Oregon filmmaker Ian Clark is raising funds on Kickstarter for A MORNING LIGHT—a stark, feature-length portrait about alleged alien abduction phenomenon. Starring Zach Weintraub and Celia Rowlson-Hall.
The2014 OPIF Tax Credit Auction began Wednesday July 9 and continues through July 18.
The Oregon Department of Revenue is auctioning $10 million in OPIF tax credits. This is the largest amount of tax credits we have auctioned off at a single time, so it is a great opportunity for more people to be able to have successful bids.
Bids can be placed through the online auction at the following link: