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Founded in 2006 by award winning producer/director Marianne Leviton, the Boulder Filmmaking Incubator
is a leader in producing
independent movies… from short films to feature length… from narratives
to documentaries… and winning numerous awards along the
A reliable resource
for Independent and Emergent filmmakers, the Boulder
Filmmaking Incubator provides an environment where people from all
disciplines of filmmaking can meet to share experiences, problem solve,
bounce around ideas, and cooperate to make their films a reality. Our
members (Incies) find that the opportunity to network and collaborate can be
invaluable in helping a project reach its highest level of
Our meetings are always chock full of discussions of future projects and screenings of members' work. Several times a year we bring in industry speakers such as: Soundman/Walking Dead; 1rst AD Gray's Anatomy; Colorado Film Commissioner; Steadicam Expert; Hollywood Script Consultant; Producers and Directors who work on Independent Features and National TV shows.
Working on your own
projects? You may screen your work at our monthly meetings. Want to
work on a project? Network with other filmmakers to get on board. Or… participate in one of the Incubator’s showcase group projects.
Come join us!
The Incubator meets bi-monthly at the Boulder Digital Arts facility in Boulder, Colorado. Registration is required. Go to our Meetup page
to sign up for our next meeting.
Participation in the Incubator is intended for serious filmmakers with all levels of experience. You must be 18 years of age or older to attend.
Meetings - 2015
Friday, Feb. 13 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, April 10 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, June 12 - Set Your Creativity Free - Filmmaker, Josh Cohen
Friday, July 10 - Test Screening, Feature Documentary
Friday, Sept. 18 - My Friend's Rubber Ducky - Feedback Screening
Friday, Nov. 20 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Meetings - 2016
Friday, Jan. 15 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, Feb. 19 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, Mar. 18 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, Apr. 15 - Network,Collaborate,Create
Friday, September 18th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
My Friend's Rubber Ducky - Feedback Screening
Come prepared to pitch your projects if you are seeking
collaborators/crew/muses… And bring in your projects for screening, we’ll get
to as many as time allows.
We are featuring a screening, tonight, of Josh Hyde’s 72
min. film, My Friend’s Rubber Ducky. The
filmmaker is looking for feedback as he prepares for the festival circuit.
My Friend's Rubber Ducky:
In a drunk fit, Joseph kidnaps an old friend who owes him
$5,000, enlisting the aid of his hipster girlfriend and stoner roommate.
My Friend's Rubber Ducky is the second feature
film for Josh Hyde as a writer/director/editor.
Josh’s filmmaking experience started after he earned his
film degree from Southern
Illinois University in 2003. He left for Peru to make a documentary
examining a cultural exchange between western medicine and indigenous Peruvian
He later interned with Kartemquin Films (Hoop Dreams,
Stevie, The Interrupters), then entered the MFA program at Ohio University
closely under Croatian director/producer, Rajko Grlic. (Border Post,
Josephine, White Roses, Just Between Us)
Hyde returned to Peru to shoot the short film, Chicle,
which played at over 50 festivals worldwide. (Berlinale, Tribeca,
Hamptons). The short was expanded into Hyde's first feature film, Postales.
(Edinburgh, River Run, Shanghai)
In 2012, Hyde helped shoot and edit the feature
documentary, Sweet Micky for President. (Slamdance, Best Documentary,
Jury Prize & Audience Prize, Hot Docs, EdgeFest, Los Angeles)
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Some Incie Films Currently in Production -
"Soul Searching" a miscreant is forced to make an impossible choice. Directed by Marianne Leviton.
"Connected for Life"
a broadcast length documentary about the rising epidemic of kidney disease and the miracle of organ transplant.
Directed by Bob Brandon & Marianne Leviton. http://TakeHopeProject.org
"Harvest of Horrors" a short feel-good horror movie with mixed animation and live action.
Directed by Stig Plantell. www.HarvestofHorrors-TheMovie.com
"Kung Fu Sushi Chefs" a short, high-octane, action movie.
Directed by Todd Bradley. http://kungfusushichefs.com
"Techno-cide" a short black comedy that will surely strike a nerve.
Co-directed by Sonny Alpern and Marianne Leviton.
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