Cynthia directing Jen & Syd Genter in the green screen set.

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TEDxMansfield

WINNER

NATAS Emmy Award

Ohio Valley Chapter

Photography

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WINNER

NATAS Emmy Award

Ohio Valley Chapter

Audio Post-Production

Projection Design

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 Digital interactive projected theatre sets for Neos Dance Theatre

Corporate/Commercials

There's good news about The Bride Price! We have had our first "Yes" from an independent PBS station! As the screening time and date isn't formally scheduled, we can't say which station but a lot of detail work is being done. Jen had added seven minutes to the film and shortening the credits to conform with PBS standards. The film has finished it's film festival run with some very special accolades. Jen was named Female Filmmaker of the Year at Austin Revolution Film Festival but also, she found herself a Finalist for the Humanitarian Award from Accolade Global Film Competition, truly a special honor. Coming in behind a doc about Matt Damon's world water charity is A-Okay with us. Overall, the film won four Best Documentary awards plus several other awards and nominations for Best Director.



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In 2018, we produced TEDxMansfield, Mansfield, Ohio's inaugural TED Event. We shot a short film, "The New Mansfield", to open the event. 

Film, Television, Theatre

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Formerly, Yes, Mother earned teammate Cynthia Gray Semi-Finalist recognition at London's Lonely World International Film Festival, plus she won 1st Place for FX Makeup and 2nd Place in the Scream Queen Competition at The International Horror Hotel in Cleveland. The film made it's world debut at Horror Hotel, taking 1st Place in the category of Micro-Suspense/Thriller and earning nominations for Jen in Acting and Editing categories.

Jennifer Enskat and Cynthia Gray in Yes, Mother.

Yes, Mother screened on the big screen at Nightmares Film Festival last month and it was amazing! Nightmares is one of the "best fests in the world" (Dread Central), is known as "the Cannes of horror" (iHorror) and has "one of the best curated shorts programs on the planet" (The Film Coterie). We were super excited to share this award-winning little gem of a film with our many film friends, both old and new. The audience was enthusiastic both about the short and about the feature length script in the planning stages. 

Up next for Yes, Mother, in December, we will screen at Shockfest Film Festival! That one is out of New York but will be online. More information to come on that as we get closer to the dates.

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