Sunday, December 21, 2014

Battle at Beaver Creek has been released to the world.

Brian C. Taylor and En Queue Film are proud to have released Battle at Beaver Creek last night.
It is already being watched all over the world.
We have chosen REELHOUSE as our main portal and DISTRIFY as our option for those of you with the ability to share the film to make money.
To watch the film go here

If you have enough traffic, influence or friends to share with, you can make 10% of the rental and purchase price of Battle at Beaver Creek. Go here


Thanks to the cast, crew, friends family and everyone involved with the film. 


Friday, December 19, 2014

En Queue Film donates portion of Battle at Beaver Creek to ATS

"AboveTopSecret.com is the Internet's largest and most popular discussion board community dedicated to the intelligent exchange of ideas and debate on a wide range of "alternative topics" such as conspiracies, UFO's, paranormal, secret societies, political scandals, new world order, terrorism, and dozens of related topics on current events, politics, and government wrong-doing with poignant commentary from a diverse mix of users from all over the world."
-Taken from abovetopsecret.com

Recently, abovetopsecret has been financially handcuffed by a conspiracy of their own, against a faceless corporate giant. To make a long story short, they've been unable to provide ads and therefore generate revenue. If you would like to read the introductory thread on the matter, please click here.

Because filmmaker Brian C. Taylor has been a long time member of ATS and because ATS is featured so prominently in Battle at Beaver Creek, En Queue Film has announced that 10% of the gross profits of the film will go directly to abovetopsecret.com, the Above Network.
(This percentage was allocated to En Queue Film and will in no way interfere with Cast or Crew payments.)

If you are a fan of appropriately sourced, fairly sorted, unfiltered user generated content about what is going on in the world. Consider checking out abovetopsecret.com.

And don't forget to watch Battle at Beaver Creek

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Share B@BC, make money!

En Queue Film is happy to announce the release of Battle at Beaver Creek at Distrify.
If you have the ability to share the film online, you can make 10% of the stream and download fees.
You must join distrify.com (which is free) THEN start sharing the film.
Join now, it's not too early to start sharing. The film goes live Dec 21.

Sharing = $
Got a facebook page? BLAM! 50 cents per download.
Got a blog? BLAM! 40 cents per stream.
We win, you win, the audience wins. Thank you!


Yes, we will be releasing the film at four other major film sites: Indiereign, VHX.tv, Reelhouse, Amazon, because we feel that the preferences of viewers should be accommodated as broadly as possible. Plus these sites are awesome portals to other great movies.

In terms of features, ease of use and especially beauty, En Queue Film will be using Reelhouse.org as their main portal. HD, bonus materials, built in store, everything, free, right there for you.
Reelhouse.org offers the premiere online film experience to both the filmmaker and the audience.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Fall 2014 Update

Hello all,

No I haven't fallen off the face of the Earth, but nearly.
I've taken some time off, watched a lot of baseball, flogged Battle at Beaver Creek to the festivals and people have had very nice things to say about the film.
I have decided to release Battle at Beaver Creek on Indiereign on December 21 2014.
There viewers will be able to stream or download the film for a very low price.

Battle at Beaver Creek has had a 25% gross return already, it is hoped that Indiereign will produce enough funds to pay off my initial investment and begin funding the next film, Real Country Dark.

This fall and winter I will be busy preparing the final touches for the release of BaBC, then releasing it, December 21st on Indiereign.Now that I have finished the script for Real Country Dark, I will begin shopping it around, continue looking for mountain cabins, write a definitive budget. RCD is a film that, although technically is going to cost 15 times what Battle at Beaver Creek did, is a much smaller project, more personal.

The plan is to raise the funds with crowd sourcing, venture capital, personal funds (should there be any,) hopefully we'll garner some professional attention too, then make the film much as we did the first time, only better. Being able to pay everyone, for a change, will help. Real Country Dark also has the marketable advantage of being a very strange, exciting and true story. It is the kind of thing that we should be able to make well, it is the kind of film people want to see. I look forward to talking more about it in the near future.
realcountrydark.com

Hang in there gang. En Queue Film has not given up the fight. You shouldn't either.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Seeking a very old log cabin in the woods or near water.

EQF is seeking a very old log cabin, in the woods, or near water.
Must be in the Okanagan area.
For a feature film project. 
Something like this.


We would prefer something on private land.


Please contact brian_taylor@live.com

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Battle at Beaver Creek reviewed by filmthreat


 
Battle at Beaver Creek has been given four stars by filmthreat.com!
Please see the review by Amy Handler here