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The Trail Dance Festival is considered one of the 25 “Coolest Film Festivals” according to Movie Maker Magazine.
We’re pleased that Crooked Lane is an official submission in the 2011 Trail Dance Film Festival Line Up.
We’re always happy to be a part of the North East film scene, and KahBang is no exception.
We’ll be creating a Facebook Event detailing the screening times for those planning to attend, so stay tuned to our Facebook page for details.
For more on the festival, please visit the KahBang website.
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
We received a note from Mark Constance about a project he did with several Crooked Lane alums:
Hey all,Just a note that the latest music video (“The Bookstore” by Chatham) that I directed will be part of the youtube featured music video section starting Tuesday (May 25, 2010) through Monday (May 31, 2010).We shot the video in and around the seacoast area. Thanks to our incredible crew including the DP (Patrick Ruth), Editor (Marc Dole) Production Designer (Shawn Carroll) and Costume Designer (Virginia Johnson)!Here is a note I received from Chatham’s dad regarding the video…. If you have time could you forward the link. Tuesday we go live in the featured section. Out of all the video’s we made it to the featured section.Thanks Bill
Here is a link to the video. Please take a look and send it to a thousand of your closest friends!!!Thanks,Mark
He just finished shooting Monte Carlo for 20th Century Fox with Andi MacDowell, Selena Gomez and Leighton Meester. It’s about three young women vacationing in Paris who find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress.
He’s currently shooting The Gates, which is a new summer TV series for ABC
We were hoping he’d weigh in on the last episode of Lost (Brett played Goodwin in the Lost television series), but unfortunately, mum’s the word for the past and current cast and crew on how things all get wrapped up!
He uses his iPhone so he can keep in touch with you even when he is on the go. For example, he is currently in Paris, but has been sharing news with folks while away.
That gives you access to Chase, Leslie, Amy, Kit, Thomas and more. Enjoy!
Reviews from attendees were excellent, with most dubbing it a must-see production. Of note: Chase was also involved in the film, The Libertine, as a producer.
Read a review of The Libertine play from Seacoast Online.
Read a review of The Libertine play from New Hampshire.com
Crooked Lane’s own Jessica Webb (who played Bev) has been active in a variety of local films and plays since Crooked Lane wrapped.
Earlier this year she was in Rainmaker, portraying the role of Lizzie Curry.
Currently, you can see her in the May production of Hamlet by the GAN-e-meed Theater Project, where she will play the part of Claudius.
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.