Types of Films
The ‘Factory’ will be making films that are artistic and have a point. We anticipate the following categories:
- Feature Dramas (40+ min.)
- Short Films – Drama, Comedy, Music Videos, etc. (5-15 min.)
- Commercial Projects
- “Welcome to Fallbrook Film Factory” – 6 min. with Greg Dehm
- “The Perfect Blind Date” – 6 min. short for submission to 48-Hours of Madness Film Festival (supporting Polite Chaos Productions) “Not Exactly a Hollywood Ending” – Documentary on the filming of 48-Hours…
- “The Swing” – Short 10-minute film currently in production produced and directed by Janie and Clint Chesney and scheduled for the upcoming Hollywood Film Festival (supporting Rabbit Hutch Productions) Demo tape for Katie Kopitzke for submission to American Idol producers
- “The Foundry” – (20 min. 29 sec.). features three interviews of the Foundry’s top in-resident sculptors/artist. (R. Shattuck Director/Editor)
- “Sandy’s Story” – (4 min. 6 sec.). We assigned two of our young filmmakers the task to produce a short film piece that would be screened prior to each theatre performance. (B. Chesney Director/Editor, C. Shattuck Camera, R. Shattuck Mentor) “Josh” – Short One-Act Drama Project September 30 Art Event – Documentary and Commercial Project about Art Campus of Fallbrook’s major arts event on Sep 30 featuring brass pouring, glass blowing, art show and auction, live music, and arts and crafts for children
- “My Necklace, Myself” – Lacie is a shy, fifteen-year-old who finds herself a mess upon getting ready for her first date. As she tries to figure out what to wear and how to act, Lacie’s mother presents her with a gift—a necklace that allows its wearer the chance to become anything they wish. So, with her best friend Serrin in tow, Lacie magically becomes a princess, a rock star, and an actress before she realizes that those worlds aren’t all they are cracked up to be and that the only thing she truly wants to be is herself.
- “The Elders Project” – Ongoing Series of Documentaries cosponsored by various churches in the community featuring elder’s stories and legacies on film.
- “Misunderstood” – A film about a struggling artist who refuses to give up her dreams of success.
- "Time Off for Sargent" –
- "12 – Webisode 1" – A new web series created by award-winning writer/directorBryan Caron that parodies the hit television show, 24. The series will consist of 12 episodes that run between 13 and 15 minutes each.
- "Fallbrook Film Festival Promo Commercials" –
- “Memoirs of My Life” – Greg Dehm is playing the grandfather in his screenplay: a short about a young boy who learns the power of his own life through his grandfather’s magic book.
- “Simple Fran” – ‘Factory’ Feature based upon a true life story
A Music Video (tent. “Burning of Rome” band)
- “12 – Webisode 2 ”- The next webisode of Bryan Caron’s web series.