Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The Year in Review

2012 was a very productive year for En Queue Film.

We released "the Bite" a 20 minute horror short.
It has been viewed thousands of times, downloaded all over the world, (especially India.)
"The Bite" received a very favourable review from filmthreat.com and was entered into three different film festivals where it was well appreciated.
"The Bite" continues to wow audiences all over the world. To watch it, please click "the BITE" above.

We started production on "Battle at Beaver Creek" and put a major dent into it.
We have approximately twenty minutes of film so far, which is advantageous because it was the hardest and most expensive twenty minutes.
"Battle at Beaver Creek" is a sci-fi war movie set 100 years in the future.
It is a very large project and will most likely not be released until Christmas 2013, if all goes perfectly.
For more info on the project, please visit http://www.battleatbeavercreek.com

As of today we are about three quarters of the way through shooting "Garf Garf" which is a comedic short about an alien and hamburgers. It's all very strange and secretive. Garf Garf should be released in early 2013.

We are also beginning a pre-production campaign for "the Gravity Project" which is an, as of yet unnamed cooperative feature film, made out of five to nine short films, produced by indie filmmakers all over the world. For more info, please click GRAVITY above.

En Queue Film became a registered business in 2012.
So far we have only spent money, but the rewards are forthcoming.
Thanks to all our volunteers,
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

I'll be bugging you all to get back to work soon.

Brian Taylor

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