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Crooked Lane’s own Chase Bailey, also Executive Producer of Drunkboat, is taking Drunkboat to Chicago International Film Festival and NH Film Festival in October 2010.
Chicago International Film Festival marked the World Premiere of Drunkboat, a film starring John Malkovich, John Goodman, Dana Delany, Jim Ortlieb, and Jacob Zachar.
At NH Film Festival Drunkboat is up for a GRand Jury award against YellowBrickRoad and Brotherhood.
Crooked Lane’s own writer and director Chase Bailey will be addressing the Catapult Seacoast group in their Business Speaker Series. Catapult is a unique organization focusing on up and coming young professionals.
Catapult attendees can hear Chase speak at the June 30th, 2010 event to be held at the 100 Club in Portsmouth. Things kick off at 6:00 PM.
From the organizers:
We are thrilled to have a dynamic speaker like Chase Bailey. We found his story relatable and inspirational. Nowadays, many people are considering complete one-eighties in their career paths, opting to follow their true passions. Harnessing passion and forging it into bankable success is what we encourage our members to do, and this Business Speaker Series gives them a chance to directly ask seasoned professionals how they accomplished that very thing.” said Jamila Lasante, Catapult’s Board Marketing & Communications Chair
This was a quick grab using my phone of the first half of the Q&A session during Shorts in Ports night at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH. Chase Bailey, writer and director for Crooked Lane, curated 6 fabulous, award winning films (including Crooked Lane, The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers, The Toll, Sniffer, West Bank Story, and Ana’s Playground) and several of the directors and producers were on hand to answer questions.
In this portion of our interview, Crooked Lane producer Mark Constance talks about the difference between NH up front benefits to filmmakers versus the MA Film Tax Credit:
Crooked Lane alum Mark Constance sat down with us recently for a conversation on some of the latest news in film. Here is his take on the Massachusetts Film Tax Credit issue, why the credit is important to filmmakers in the area, and how the threat of losing it or having it capped is already affecting local film.
Nevermore Schedule (pdf)
Fans wanted to know how Crooked Lane went from a feature length film to a short paranormal thriller, and if there will be a feature. (Answer: Yes!) Chase Bailey talks about the process:
Camera/Film Work and Editing by Amy Greenlaw, Film POP!
Interviewer: Leslie Poston, Film POP!
See the full 30+ minute interview on the Viddler channel (scheduled to post there during the NH Film Festival).