The MOVIE MAKERS
Timothy David Orme
Timothy David Orme is a writer, filmmaker, and animator
His short films have won international awards and shown at film festivals all over the world including Big Muddy,
European Media Arts Festival, Ann Arbor, and many others.
Hailey Jackson is an actress and director born and raised in Boise Idaho,
currently seeking film opportunities in the crazy universe of Southern California.
Starting at a young age Hailey had a passion for visual art and for music,
and around the age of 11 discovered the art that combined them both,
theater, which later translated into film. Hailey's whole world is film making,
she hopes she can change the minds and hearts of humanity through her greatest passion.
Larry has been directing theater and making movies for decades.
He is co-founder, along with Melina Marx, of the Colossal Cinematic Showcase.
Let me start this by saying we, at Rav Schnitz, 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 at Ravenous Schnitzel.
Lee Vander Boegh & Kristy Leigh Lussier
Lee Vander Boegh and Kristy Leigh Lussier are huge horror fans,
and enjoy making super-short jump scares on the cheap.
Lee's been fiddling with digital film ever since he discovered his old DSLR camera
had a "video" option, and he's gone on to win a few awards, including an Emmy.
Kristy's been writing and acting since she was a kid,
and wrote her first feature-length screen play before she
was old enough to get into a PG-13 movie.
Several of her scripts have received critical acclaim, including top-tier finishes
in the Nicholl Fellowship and Project Greenlight.
Chris Kulin is an audio engineering/sound design student
currently attending The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.
He is a budding filmmaker and intends to be part of the post production,
editing and foley arts community after school.
Sky Park Films and Recycled Minds Comedy
"Make it Count" was a collaboration of Sky Park Films and Recycled Minds Comedy made in 48 hours. Both Sky Park Films and Recycled Minds Comedy are based in Boise, Idaho and have a passion for film making centered around strong story and relationships.
Eric Hyde is a die hard indie filmmaker from Kansas
who grew up with schoolteachers, musicians, outdoorsmen,
mechanics, and photographers. He recently returned to the industry
after a series of life changing events. But if it weren’t for his working class parents
who owned movie channel subscriptions and celebrated film
as a family event, he would not be here.
Kip Whitaker, born in Downey, Idaho. Moved to Boise, Idaho in 2003.
Studied filmmaking and multimedia from 2004-2006.
"I’ve been making short films for approximately 12 years.
I’m a writer director at my film company Swashbuckler Films
specializing in narrative film entertainment. I’ve written over 30 short films
and produced, directed and acted in many of them. I also edit, score,
do special effects and makeup for many of these films.
My goal is to one day make feature films in the film industry. My other hobbies
include painting, Lego Stop Motion Films, Farming, Fish Aquariums,
Cooking, Novel Writing, Photoshop. I also founded a non-profit organization
“Superfriends” that collects toys, food and clothing
for less fortunate children and their families.
Brian Jagger is a director, screenwriter, actor and casting professional
with multiple professional credits to his name in TV and film.
Jagger is also an entertainment industry software entrepreneur
and co-founder of Casting Calls America.
Apricott Films is a Boise-based production company created by April Matson and Scott Grady.
April and Scott are writers, producers, directors in their second year of filmmaking as a duo.
Apricott has already collected a handful of awards for their short films over the past few years.
I believe in a global-community, and my parody on racial-profiling
goes to the extreme to remind us to think before we pass judgement.