End of year fun at One of Us Films

WDHS "kids" with teacher Russ Gibb

One of Us Films hosted a baking day for clients, colleagues, kids and friends.  The goodies were then shared at a WDHS holiday reunion.  WDHS is the television studio at Dearborn High School, that produced alum who currently work in television, film and media.

showing off a Night Before Christmas Mouse

Mouse in progress.

Regional Roots at the Mitten Movie Project

Tuesday, June 7, 2011
7:30 at the Main Art Theater
Royal Oak, MI

As part of the Mitten Movie Project, a monthly film festival dedicated to screening independent films. Began in 2005, it has evolved into a great venue, outlet, and incubator for independent filmmaking. It regularly attracts 100-150 moviegoers each month.

The Mitten Movie Project screens independent shorts, trailers, student films, documentaries, music videos, experimental shorts, and animations. While the majority of the shorts accepted are from Michigan, the MMP is not limited to Michigan-made shorts as it has screened work from other states and countries. The only requirement is that the short be independent – meaning, not studio backed or with studio distribution.

On screening nights, the night starts off with a pre-screening reception at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Art lobby where moviegoers can mingle with the directors, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts. After the screening, a Q&A session is conducted with the filmmakers in the theatre. An afterglow party is usually held at Mr. B’s, which is within walking distance of the theatre.

An Audience Choice Award winner is selected by moviegoers each month. This Audience Choice Award winner is given the opportunity to include his/her short in the Mitten Movie Show, a public access TV show broadcast in Oakland County to over 140,000 households.