The MOVIE MAKERS
Cary Judd & Sean Conroy Mehen
"The Annexation of Time"
Sean Conroy Mehen is a DP and grip with over 20 years of experience.
Cary Judd is an aspiring stunt man & jack-of-all things media.
"Shades of Charity"
This dance film short is inspired
by stories of compassion. The Idaho Fine Arts Academy
middle school dance majors helped create this piece
with Repertory Dance Theatre’s, Nick Cendese,
based on text they wrote about times they have felt,
been given, or seen compassion.
Andrew and Nate Garcia are brothers who grew up making movies together.
In 2014 they started Ice Cream Entertainment with the purpose
of telling cinematic stories with integrity. In a short period of time,
they have produced content for some of the world's most
recognizable brands including Coca-Cola and Chevrolet.
Chris Phillips & Krystal Moore
"Dr. Who, Velocity, Ep. 3"
Doctor Who Velocity is a zero budget fan series.
Each episode stars a variety of local Idaho talent. We've been featured
on the BBC America website as well as streaming nearly 200,000 video clips
so far across our social media accounts.
Phillip Stucker is a Digital Media Designer born and raised in Meridian, Idaho.
He attended Film school at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT,
and directed "Entropy" as part of his Senior Thesis in 2013.
"The Art of Converse(ing)"
Sarah Kent is a freelance filmmaker living in Boise, ID.
“The Art of Converse(ing)” is her debut collaborative film project
in association with Bryan Bowermaster of Bowermaster Productions.
Ms. Kent has previously been involved in the Boise community
through theater (director, actress), dance (performance, choreography)
and as an independent photographer.
Kody Newton can't stop dreaming. He is creating, making
and there is no end in sight. Dude be crazy.
"Just One Girl"
Elizabeth Findley has been directing films since 2017
and this is her very first music video. In the process
of filming the video she also joined the band
and has already played a few shows with them.
She loves thinking of out of the box visuals and creating exciting story lines.
"Watoto wa Ahadi"
Mary Kienzle graduated from the University of Idaho with degrees
in TV Production and Music. She has been living in Boise
for the past 10 years working as an Emmy nominated videographer for the local news.
Alex is a filmmaker living in Boise, Idaho.
"Taste of Your Lips"
Bitten by film bug, Bonny M Koodathil, an IT professional had always dreamt
of making it big on the silver screen. A stepping stone
to his dreams, he directed 3 short films and his works
have crossed 1 million views.
"Taste of Your Lips" is his first music video and it has been
composed by a European musician.
"Taste of your Lips" is the story of an artist who dreams about a girl he painted.
Mack Lewis is a long time producer/director with
over 17 years of experience in creating content
for the Boise television market. He has also produced
a neo-noir short film and 7 feature screenplays during that time.
"Hellcats Highway" is his attempt to consolidate his love of horror
and exploitation cinema into one awesome nugget.
"Taste of Night"
Luidmila is a Russian filmmaker who came to cinematography accidentally
when she was over 50. She fell in love with Tango Argentina
and in order to change stereotyped impressions of it as a dance in red dress
with rose between teeth she found a filmmaking team, wrote the script,
and found dancers and choreographers to create "Taste of Night".
Scott Grady is an award winning writer/director/actor.
He began his career in entertainment bringing home the title of "Boise's Funniest Person"
(an amateur stand-up competition) in 2015. Since then he has studied acting
at "Platform Boise" under the tutelage of April Matson. His first film "Swipe"
won "Best of Fest" at the "Idaho Laugh Festival". His second effort "Blend In"
which he co-wrote with April Matson, took home "Best Film" and "Best Screenplay".
Ravenous Schnitzel is a duo made up of Travis Wright and Tom Sanford.
"We here at RavSchnitz are HUGE fans of the comedy/horror/action/grindhouse genres.
We cut our teeth on USA Up All Night (if you even know what that is,
you are our target demographic), Lloyd Kaufman flicks, and 80's horror.
We love these low-budget flicks! So much so, that we want to give back
to a medium that has meant so much to us. So we have spent
the last 8 years doing just that. We're not trying to change the world
with our films, just hopefully entertain.