Last year's member highlight reel was AWESOME ... but is getting a little out of date!
So now it's time to submit your work for consideration in our next highlight reel. Submit via this link by Sunday, November 26: https://goo.gl/forms/3ruWiuPVSJnffU533
The next SOFaM highlight reel will premiere at the Martini Shot celebration on December 6!
2016-2017 SOFaM Highlights Reel
2015 SOFaM Highlights Reel
Discover Southern Oregon, friendly to a filmmaker's eye as well as budget, where incredible locations, experienced crews, strong film incentives and no state sales tax have attracted industry professionals from across the country and around the world. For a full description of what Southern Oregon has to offer, begin your journey HERE or click on the links to the left.
Watch the SOFaM 2015 Highlights Reel to the right for a glimpse at some of the great work being done in Southern Oregon. To see more SOFaM videos, visit our Vimeo page here.
MovieMaker Magazine names Ashland A Best Place to Live and Work as a Moviemaker for 4th Year in a row! Congratulations Ashland and all of Southern Oregon for being recognized as a great place to live, work and shoot! Read the article here!
SOFaM's Cameras and Cocktails AKA THE MARTINI SHOT CELEBRATION!
December 6, 2017
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Ashland Hills Inn Stardust Room
2525 Ashland Street in Ashland
Join fellow SOFaM members for another evening of our famous SOFaM networking. Make new connections, strengthen old ones, and find out what's happening in the production scene.
Since this is our last opportunity to gather for 2017 we are asking you to help us celebrate all the amazing work going on in Southern Oregon with a look at the highlights from the work completed this year, a little dancing with The Rogue Suspects, some appetizers all while enjoying a cocktail or two.
November 11, 2017
9:00 AM to 11 AM
1525 Webster St.
Ashland, OR 97520
Join fellow members for some early morning networking and an educational talk from Julie Gillis and Chris Lucas of Tilton River Productions about funding your next project and who among us doesn't need help with that? This is a Cameras and Coffee you don't want to miss so be sure to mark your calendar today!
Tilton River Productions can help you with:
Archives to libraries, interviews to qualitative field work. Let us dig up the details that bring your story to life. Rigorous, professional methods and documentation that inspires confidence.
We work closely with you and your partners to fully understand your project, review requirements, write the narrative and budget, and deliver you safely to the submission date or to meet your crowdfunding goal.
Make that event, fundraising, grant, or campaign narrative count with stories your audience will take to heart and share widely. Have a project you want to bring to the world? We excel at telling stories that reveal people and communities at their best.
NEW AND RENEWING MEMBERS:
SOFaM welcomes our newest members and thanks those renewing. Please check out their listings to learn more about them.
Andrea Hudson - Supporter
Anita David - Supporter
Rabiah Lee - Student
Cascade Film Festival - Festival
Tanner Smith - Student
Tracie Bergeson - Supporter
Maria Blandino - Hair & Makeup
Shanda Hurst - Production Coordinator
Kymberley Franklin - Line Producer
Mike Dickenson - Videographer
Michael Caruso - Supporter
William Hallows - Supporter
Lala Peterson - Supporter
Calvin Kennedy - Grip & Lighting
Susan Saladoff - Director
Tyrel Strumpff - Supporter
Todd Wilson - Director; Director of Photography
Courtney Williams - Assistant Director
Chance Settlemire - Student
C2 Cattle Company - Location
Richard Jensen’s short “CUCK!” will be screening at the Catoosa County Film Festival being held on December 1st-3rd in Ringgold, Ga.
MARK SCHNEIDER is directing Arthur Miller's ALL MY SONS at the Camelot Theatre in Talent, opening Wed, Oct 25 and running through to Sun, Nov 12. This is a powerful production starring Gwen Overland and Peter Alzado, and will be told through the provocative eye of Expressionist painter, Lyonel Feininger. Both cast and production crew have been chosen for their uber talents and gift for telling a story that will leave us stricken with much to consider in these days of questioning what is truth, what is it that we fabricate to protect our own. Please join us for an unforgettable theatre experience.
An Affair Remains wrapped in Medford on October 1. The short film was produced locally and featured a predominately local cast including SOFaM members Marlyn Mason, Scott Ford and Mig Windows. Kurosawa actor, Masayuki Yui (Ran, Kagemusha) was flown in from Tokyo to play opposite Mason. The crew included SOFaM members Ray Robison (writer, producer, director), Twanissa Cox (art director), Shanda Hurst (1st AD, 2nd AD), Levi Anderson (1st AD), Jason McMurry (DIT), Kirk McKenzie (lighting grip), Cathy Kelley (associate producer), Ross Williams (PA, grip) and Mary Wilken-Kelly (set photographer)
After completing a successful Seed and Spark campaign it's official! Row 211 Film will be filming it's first feature independent film, Emma was Here in Southern Oregon! Daniel Rester will direct, Angelica Owens will coordinate/produce/take still photography, Rory Owens will edit, and Mig Windows will produce, promote, and play the role of Jenn.