Premiere of ARCHITECTS OF CRIME at LA Shorts Film Fest 2016
On Saturday, September 3, 2016, our film ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiered at the LA Shorts Fest… one of the Academy Award-qualifying film festivals.
We had a blast unveiling our film for the audience at LA Shorts Film Fest, and to our fabulous cast and crew who were in attendance.
Daniel L. Abrams, Hilliard Guess, Indra Bartona, William Derrick, Ko Massiah, Christopher Derrick, Peter Lucas…. filmmakers, producers, cast of ARCHITECTS OF CRIME, LA Shorts Fest – LA Live, Regal Cinemas
Hillard Guess, William Derrick, Luther Mace, Christopher Derrick – ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiere, LA Shorts Film Fest – LA Live, Regal Cinemas
Ana Zimhart and William Derrick at LA Shorts Fest, LA Live – Regal Cinemas
Peter Lucas, William Derrick – ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiere at LA Shorts Film Fest, LA Live – Regal Cinemas
Christopher Derrick, Hilliard Guess, Mario Perry, Indra Bartona – ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiere at LA Shorts Film Fes – LA Live, Regal Cinemas
Filmmakers, producers, cast, and crew for Architects of Crime premiere, LA Shorts Fest, LA Live – Regal Cinemas.
William Derrick, Marcos Efron, Bobo at ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiere, LA Shorts Film Fest – LA Live, Regal Cinemas
Waiting for the film to play on the big screen – William Derrick, Hilliard Guess, Christopher Derrick
Main title card for ARCHITECTS OF CRIME premiere at LA Shorts Film Fest – LA Live, Regal Cinemas
Every person who picks up a camera has a dream of seeing their film projected on a larger than life screen; it’s some form of the holy grail for visual storytellers. The vast majority of the time you’re watching your film on a small screen — whether it’s a Moviola or Steenbeck or a PC running Premier or an even iMac — the editing, historically, and currently, is done a screen about the size of tablet… yet, the final version was certainly going to be for theatrical presentation. Or at least that was the dream.
In our current digital, Wi-Fi everywhere age, nearly all films are going to be seen primarily on a handheld device.
Yet this robs the viewer of the experience the filmmakers intended for you to have. Every filmmaker is making his or her movie to be seen by as many people as possible, and we spend a great deal of time laboring to get the sound and the video to be as dynamic and immersive as possible.