Dear Film Lovers,
I'm pleased to announce that "bCreative" will screen at the 2005 Idaho International Film Festival in downtown Boise.
"bCreative" will lead off the "Made in Idaho: A Panorama of Local Shorts" screenings.
-Saturday Oct. 1 at 7pm. (The Flicks)
-Sunday Oct.2 at 12pm. (The Egyptian)
As a local filmmaker, I am thrilled to introduce a series on Boise's Creative Class with this fifteen minute documentary as Episode 1. This short film features artists from the 2004 Boise Art Museum (BAM) Idaho Triennial, as well as other members of Boise's Creative Class.
Nurtured by Idaho's landscape and culture of independence, the connection of locals, transplants, and boomerangs to western textures and values shapes Boise’s creativity and productivity, from technology to art.
EPISODE ONE: PRODUCTION TEAM
Writer, Director, Producer: Madeline Behrendt
As Executive Director of Idaho Women Filmmakers, Behrendt is active in developing production opportunities and events that help build Idaho's growing film industry. As film is a part of the local creative economy, Behrendt is also active in the Creative Cities workshops organized by B.S.U. and the Boise City Arts Commission (BCAC). Prior to working in film Behrendt has worked in other creative industries, including 9+ years at Polo/Ralph Lauren, rising to the position of Senior Director of Men's Design Operations.
Previous activites include:
-Women Filmmakers panel member during the 2005 Idaho International Film Festival
-"Silver Screen Struggle," writer of the September 2005 Idaho Magazine cover story about Idaho's growing film industry
-Working on both the Vision and the Competitive Packages subcommittees for the Idaho Film Industry Task Force
-Working with the Boise Co-op to organize a contest for local women filmmakers as part of the Boise Lunafest festival.
-News about Behrendt's film activites has appeared in the Idaho Statesman, The Idaho Press Tribune, Idaho Magazine, The Boise Weekly and Thrive.
Editor: Brad Kaup
From documentary films to commercials to corporate videos, editor Brad Kaup works to build the moments that best capture a subject's story and engage the audience.
Brad edited the documentary film Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey(2000) which includes Bruce Lee's exclusive, never before seen footage, and has worked as an editor at North By Northwest (NXNW) in Boise since 1998.
Music and Sound Design: Art Hodge
Art is a Grammy Award-winning producer (Santana's Supernatural) whose music is featured in film (Fight Club), TV (MTV Road Rules), Internet (Amazon Theater), and commercials (Nike, Gap, Toyota). He also teaches music production at Boise State University and hosts a KBSU radio show. http://www.myspace.com/arthodge
Narration: Rochelle Smith
Singer/Songwriter Rochelle Smith regularly performs at the local events that anchor Idaho's cultural soul, including Art inthe Park and the Hyde Park Street Fair. Her backing vocals are featured on albums by local artists such as Steve Fulton. Rochelle is also a radio announcer for 94.9 "The River" with a weekday show from 10am to 3pm. www.jarjam.homestead.com
Postcard Design: Wendy Fox
Still Photography images contributed by Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau, Boise State University, Chad Boutin, Capitol Photo, Lori Dagley, The Fancy Lads, Bob Neal, and Ben Shedd/Discovery Center of Idaho.
Any questions, comments, feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you all at the screenings!