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The Huffington Post tells the story of how fans of the book helped propel Something Like Summer to bestseller status and literary awards, and on its way to the movie screen.
As we move into preproduction for Something Like Summer, we’ve released concept art for the project on its Facebook page.
Our newest feature film, The Dark Place starts shooting April 2013 near Portland, Ore. Learn more at the film’s new website.
The Kickstarter campaign for The Dark Place and Something Like Summer‘s new RED Scarlet camera came to a successful conclusion, raising $34,624 in its month-long effort from 281 backers.
Runic Films and Blue Seraph Productions are proud to release the trailer for our short Western epic, Cowboy Creed. Directed and written by Ben Alpi, Cowboy Creed tells the story of Phineas, a young man who must face the most harrowing showdown of his life when the international criminal “Limey” kidnaps his ladylove Miss Graves.
Blue Seraph Productions stages a table reading Saturday, May 19, for its two features in development, Something Like Summer and The Dark Place. The event represents an important milestone in the films’ development process.
Blue Seraph Productions’ short film, Missed Conception, will screen in March at the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival. “We are so excited to get our very first public screening,” producer J.T. Tepnapa said, “and we hope our fans and friends come out to support actress Sharon Savene in her screenwriting debut.”