Archives for category: indie films

While working on our feature doc, Vino Veritas, we had the chance to meet Mary Olson, owner of of Airlie Winery. Mary treats her guests like family, and nothing shows this better than the annual Starry Starry Nights campout where she invites her favorite customers for a night of music, wine and community. Kegan Sims […]

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Jim Day started his wine journey with a single barrel in his garage. Now he’s launching his own label, and he hasn’t grown much in scale. He’s got a few barrels at several area wineries, and he punches his caps and tops his barrels during his lunch break at his regular gig. Jim’s no less […]

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Here’s a video we put together for the cast and crew of our 2010 short, A Country Wedding. Shot in Summer 2009, we screened at the Da Vinci and Salem Film Festivals in 2010. This was our first narrative project and we’re pleased with how it turned out. We had an all-volunteer cast and crew, […]

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We’re thrilled that our first film project, the short A Country Wedding, will be showing at the Salem Film Festival in October. ¬†Screening schedules haven’t been released yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as they do. We’re in full documentary/fundraising mode now with Vino Veritas, and we’re learning that a doc is quite […]

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As we combed the streets of Corvallis during the annual Rhapsody in the Vineyard wine walk, my partner-in-crime Kegan Sims pointed out to me that three of the greatest fears of modern humans include public speaking, being on camera and asking strangers for money. We just experienced all three as we passed out postcards on […]

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We’re going to do our best to document the process of making our latest film, a feature about wine and winemakers. This is the first installment, from a trip we took to the high desert wine region of eastern Washington.

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It seems that we weren’t the only ones to latch on the Fiechter House in the Finley Wildlife Refuge as an amazing location to shoot a film. A Portland Filmmaker, Edward Davee, set his film there, too. The old farm house is perfect for his early 1900’s period piece, shot in 16mm in black and […]

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Just noticed the site for this film, a product of Iceland called Country Wedding. Watching the trailer, I thought it not only looks amazing, but it has some resonance with our film. The isolated church in an open field is the spitting image of what I had in mind when we were scouting locations. We […]

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