University of Illinois junior Keenan Dailey is casting for his micro-budget feature GREENE on campus tonight, Wednesday, February 22, 2017. He is also fishing for micro-funds to help make his film a reality!
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Only one kind soul responded to an advertising pitch sent out in December for C-U Confidential #9. Pay mind that said pitch arrived in the inboxes of more than 100 recipients. Let’s make this a much better February, folks.
C-U Blogfidential editor Jason Pankoke recently appeared on the Web series ALMOST INTIMATE from HD Productions Media of Champaign, IL. Watch the episode now and learn what’s happening with HD!
Before we can go large with the 10th anniversary of C-U Confidential digest, we need to see issues 9 and 10 through first. Here’s where you start to make a difference in our drive to provide!
Jessie Seitz and Capricorn Rising Films will soon bring the terror with the upcoming indie feature, DEVOTION, so we bring you right now the official teaser trailer of their locally-produced tale!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: For once, these here images are of our own making and with good reason. Skim through past issues of C-U Confidential before picking up the next!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Cancer survivor and creative dynamo Kimberly D. Conner of Springfield has unveiled a trailer for her next feature film, BEFORE ‘I DO,” which is nearly done and delivered!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: On Sunday, December 20, 2015, all C-U cinema patrons will gather at the Art Theater Co-op to get a first look at the locally produced micro-film HOLLY. Yes? Correct? Perchance, we dream…
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Heroic Age Studios of Mt. Zion, IL, celebrates “The Art of Fear” with activities all day on Saturday, October 10, 2015, at their Heroic Age Art Center.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Animated high school students come to life in real-life college student Andrew Ambrose Lee’s new Web comedy, TABLOIDS. There will be a quiz after the reading!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: Here is a video-laden update on indie films with a touch or two du C-U – THE END OF THE TOUR, THE ORIGINS OF WIT & HUMOR, and CONSUMED!
The largest rock music gathering ever in central Illinois is chronicled in INCIDENT AT KICKAPOO CREEK, the long-in-the-works film by R.C. Raycraft of Raycraft Productions International.
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: HOLLY is probably the biggest risk taken so far by HD Productions of Champaign, but they have plenty of previous do-it-yourself experience to draw from.
Filmmaking entrepreneur Kimberly Conner of Springfield broke through when her first feature JUMP IN received national DVD distribution last September. Her second full-length drama is on the way!