The MOVIE MAKERS
Stephanie Michelle Lokelani Cullen
Stephanie Michelle Lokelani Cullen is a Boise implant from Hawai'i and Seattle. Her days consist of creating how-to videos for HP, such as "how to clear a paper jam," and her nights consist of studying for her Bachelor's Degree in Digital Cinematography from Full Sail University. She is a founding member of BFUG, Boise Film Underground, and Two Cats Fighting Productions. Her new production company, Renewed Films, focuses on bringing the local film community together through laughter, creativity, fun, and booze.
Casey William Walker
Casey William Walker and his production company One Mile Productions are fairly new, with "White Ghost: Episode One" being the first of many to come. Casey grew up in Blackfoot, Idaho but is currently based out of Salt Lake City, Utah where he works full time in the Utah Film Industry.
One Mile Productions
Larry Dennis has been directing theater and making movies in Boise for 30 years. He has directed 55 full length stage plays and made over 20 short movies and music videos. He is a co-founder, along with Melina Marx, of the Colossal Cinematic Showcase.
Clam City Productions
Dani Larson & Britt Harris
Dani Larson grew up doing musical theatre in Boise, and eventually
found her musical/comedy soulmate in Britt Harris. It turns out, Britt was living
a twin musical theatre life, but in Tacoma, Washington. Years later, these best friends
and non-genetic evil twins formed Two Evil Actors, a writing/performing duo
which continually challenges itself to generate more original content
and self-produce bigger and bigger projects. Britt’s adventures can be followed
at www.brittharris.com, including her work as half
of Brazilian husband/wife musical duo NavesHarris.
Dani’s adventures can be followed at www.danilars.com, including her collaborations
with her FX-creating husband-to-be, Ryan J. Reynolds.
Ian’s been making movies that are both short and long
for fifteen years. He’s made some funny ones and some not so funny ones,
with some getting accepted to film festivals in Alaska,
California, Virginia, and Washington D.C..
Marie Marx Strohm
Hummingbird Productions, LLC is an award winning, full service
turnkey video and film production company with offices and crews
in Spokane, Washington and Phoenix, Arizona. For more than 25 years, writer, producer, director and principal Marie Marx Strohm along with her crews
of seasoned professionals have filmed in locations throughout the US, Canada,
Europe, and China. Most recently Hummingbird Productions’ “Napa County Water, Forest & Oak Woodlands Protection Initiative” documentary was awarded
the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival award for Best Documentary Short
and was also a winner at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards.
Andrew EllisAndrew Ellis has been playing around in the independent film
making scene in Boise since 2001. He is a co-founder and co-director of i48.
Linda bought her first DSLR camera in 2016 and complained
that it came with all this “extra stuff” on it for video that she would never use.
Two months later, she was shooting camera-2 footage.
She is the founder of Silver Lady Productions whose most recent work is the short film, Lost Loves.
Sarah Goodwin comes from a small town in Idaho where she
began theatre classes in High School. She spent
the majority of her time in theatre productions or taking improv classes
before making the transition to film. Sarah began working on Independent films in Idaho
to gain experience behind and in front of the camera
before moving to New York in January of 2015 to attend training
at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Aside from her studies
and booking work she has been producing her own work,
completing a short film in May 2016 and currently
producing her web series "Haunted". She completed the pilot episode as a
one woman crew completing every aspect of the project alone. Recently her web series
was picked up by a producer and currently the first two episodes of "Haunted" are in pre-production.
Jeffrey Paul and Greg Ilk
Time Wall is the creation of Jeffrey Paul and Greg Ilk.
It is an unusual look at the use of time travel for power.
Time Wall is 3 cycles of a potentially endless journey of data, dimensions, and death.
Lee Vander Boegh & Kristy Leigh Lussier
Kristy has been acting since the 6th grade. She's been in numerous
local films and plays, and a handful of Hollywood movies.
As a writer, her screenplays have cracked the final rounds of Project Green Light and The Nicholl Fellowship.
Lee's been making movies since he discovered his old still camera had a “movie mode.”
He spends his days at a local TV station, where he's earned several awards, including an Emmy.
Together they enjoy making movies
under the moniker “The Rockit Moving Picture Company” and yelling
at their cats to get off the counter (but they never do).