Principal photography has begun on SBB’s latest film – Minerva Black and the Killer Robot Army. Click here to see photos of the first day of shooting.
Joined by SBB veterans Bevin Antea and Emily Paton Davies, the crew breezed through crucial establishment scenes for the film.
Minerva Black tells the story of a small-town newspaper reporter who takes on corporate interests and their army of killer robots. The film expected to be released in October 2016, just in time for the election season.
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SBB is proud to announce that its documentary, The Making of The Undead Milkman, will screen at this year’s Intendence Film Festival.
The Intendence Film Festival will happen June 25 – 28 at the Open Media Foundation.
The documentary tells the story of the films that SBB co-founder John Aden made with his friends back in the 1980s.
The actual screening time of The Making of The Undead Milkman at Intendence will be announced shortly.
Check out this new intro for Shocking Beyond Belief Films!
Shocking Beyond Belief Films is now on Denver Open Media! The films of SBB will be playing on Denver’s public access TV station and also available for viewing on the denveropenmedia.org.
The Making of The Undead Milkman will screen as part of Indie Film Underground V, featuring Unusual Avant Garde Works From Colorado Filmmakers. The event is this Tuesday, September 17th, 8 pm, at the Denver Arts Society (734 Santa Fe Drive). Indie Film Underground V is hosted by John Hartman of Reel Groovy Films.
The Making of the Undead Milkman, a documentary by the folks at Shocking Beyond Belief Films, will screen at the Oriental Theater in Denver on Wednesday, August 7. The documentary will follow the screening of Low Down Dog, by Denver filmmaker Raoul Vehill. The event starts at 8 pm.
The extended version of the documentary made by the folks at Shocking Beyond Belief Films.
A documentary by the folks at Shocking Beyond Belief Films about a group of kids who made films together in the 1980s.
Adding various video effects and filters in Final Cut Express to get that elusive “film look.” Before and after, switching back and forth. The footage was shot on a Sony HVR-A1U.
Tearfully So has been selected as one of the films screened at the Emerging Filmmakers Project – Thursday, July 19, 8 p.m., at the Bug Theatre (3654 Navajo Street in Denver).