Posted by Dana Oland on July 25, 2014
Filmmakers Russell Friendenberg and Heather Rae return to Idaho next week for the Idaho premiere of their latest film, “Among Ravens.” Produced by Rae and Sun Valley Film Festival co-founder Teddy Grennan, written by Friedenberg and co-directed with Randy Redroad, it was filmed in McCall and Hailey.
The comedy stars Rae and Friedenberg’s daughter Johnny Sequoyah, 11, who became a central character during the film’s making. She was 8 when the film was shot. You can read a story about Johnny in Scene.
Rae grew up in Idaho. She and her husband, Russell Friedenberg, moved here in 2005 when Johnny was 2. They became deeply involved in Idaho’s filmmaking community, a connection the couple has maintained since moving back to Los Angeles in 2010. The production team will be on hand for several Q&A discussions at The Flicks and events throughout the film's Idaho run.
Posted by Dana Oland on July 24, 2014
The Discovery Center of Idaho and Boise State University collaborate to explore the meaning of genius in today's world.
Posted by Dana Oland on July 23, 2014
Telaya winemakers Carrie and Earl Sullivan create a cool multimedia event at the Owyhee.
Posted by Dana Oland on July 22, 2014
The Meridian Symphony Orchestra is seeking musicians for its 70 member all-volunteer community orchestra
Posted by Dana Oland on July 18, 2014
Performing arts interpreters help bring the theater to life for deaf audiences.
Posted by Dana Oland on July 16, 2014
If you've wanted to be in a film, here's your chance. Filmmaker Connor Williams is holding an open casting call for his first feature.