SOJOURN

A short film made for the Denver 48 Hour Film Project competition by Denver, Colorado based, Lake House Productions.

This film was shot and edited within a 48 hour time period.  The genre drawn for the contest was Vacation or Holiday.  The elements required to be in the film were a character named Russell Powers, a coach, a straw and the line of dialogue: “Let’s keep it in the group.”

Sojourn has successfully reached the “Best of” round and will be shown at the Esquire Theater on September 5th, 2012.

Starring

Jadyn Beaver

Devin Mugavero

Danny Ferry

Jared Petsche

Bianka Ihde

Directed

by

Henry McComas

Produced

by

James Drake

&

Henry McComas

Written

by

Jared Petsche

Kevin Kerndt

James Drake

Henry McComas

&

Natalie George

Cinematography

James Drake

Edited

by

Henry McComas

Music

by

Christopher Joye

Special Effects

Kevin Kerndt

Line Producer

Natalie George

Key Grip

&

Boom Operator

Nate Gage

Sound Mixing

Henry McComas

Runner

Tyler Scarbrough

Special Thanks

Crooked Lake Productions

Kerndt Design

Natalie George

&

Christopher Joye Music

2012

Peace for the Wicked – Trailer

Sometimes being wicked can feel pretty good.

Peace for the Wicked is a comedy about a struggling amateur filmmaker who gets tangled up with a couple of thieves who may make or break his chance at a filmmaking career already hindered by a wet-blanket girlfriend who stands firmly in his path.

HOLDING PATTERN Presents in Association with FERRY BOAT FILMS

JOSHUA MARABLE “PEACE FOR THE WICKED” KELTON REID DANNY FERRY APRIL MACKEY IAN MAXWELL HEATHER PENHALE and NIGEL PENHALE

Sound by BRIAN LOGAN

Edited by DANNY FERRY

Director of Photography KELTON REID

Produced by KELTON REID and DANNY FERRY

Screenplay by  KELTON REID and DANNY FERRY

Directed by DANNY FERRY

2011

Starting My Business

I have decided to start my business, Ferry Boat Films.  It has been a long time coming, but after having taught in the public schools for the last seven years and gaining a great deal of professional experience and security as far as income and benefits, it is time I pursued my passion for filmmaking fulltime.  This comes as a difficult decision because of what I will be losing, namely a sure paycheck and reliable work.  But I know that writing, shooting, editing, and working with actors and clients, inspires and excites me.  So I am starting a web-based video production company called Ferry Boat Films.  I would be able to write, shoot, and edit for you or your company’s website, commercial documentary films, educational programs, events, infomercials, real estate presentations, sports videos, training films, and narrative short films.  I have a story-telling, cinematic style and I merge that into everything I make.  Formerly, I was a member of a movie-making co-op with the handle of Holding Pattern Productions.  After wrapping our last short film project in early August, that co-op has since disbanded and been resurrected as Ferry Boat Films.  I will soon be picking up the Sole Proprietor moniker to make this all official.  But in the meantime please know that I would be honored to work with you in making movies for your business.  It is certain that on-line advertisements increase sales of your product and I offer competitive prices to make your vision a reality.  If you want to join forces and create moving images that will bring customers and income, please call at 303 501 0696, send me an email at ferryboatfilms@gmail.com, or write me on Facebook.  I am eager to bring your vision to the web.  Thank you for reading this post.