Posted on October 17, 2014
Boise filmmaker Will von Tagen released the official trailer for his film “The Other Side of September,” a comedy-drama about a dissatisfied 20-something who seeks life and relationship advice from a retirement-home playboy played by "The Six Million Dollar Man" star Lee Majors, with mixed results.
It also stars Von Tagen, Terry Kiser (“Weekend at Bernie’s”) and Ballet Idaho’s Jessica Sulikowski, Jane Merrow (“The Lion in Winter”) and a host of Boise actors. The crew filmed this summer in locations around the city, including Zoo Boise, The Owyhee, McCall and other familiar sites. Andrew Stensaas and Ryan Peck, otherwise known as Edmond Dantes, wrote the soundtrack.
Von Tagen wrote and directed the film. He is in the process of organizing a Boise premiere sometime in 2015.
Posted by Dana Oland on October 16, 2014
Call to artists: Idaho Power is seeking artists for a commission of three art works paintings or photography for its Centennial Celebration in 2016.
Posted by Dana Oland on October 15, 2014
Boise Contemporary Theater opened its season last weekend with a crisp 90-minute two-hander that will take you for a thrill ride. There will be no dozing through this one.
Posted by Dana Oland on October 14, 2014
The i48 folks bring you the scarier version of the film competition Horror 48.
Posted by Dana Oland on October 13, 2014
About 550 people turned out to welcome filmmaker Michael Hoffman back home and attend a benefit screening for his latest film "The Best of Me" Sunday night.
Posted by Dana Oland on October 10, 2014
‘The Best of Me’ is Hoffman's first old-school love story
Posted by Dana Oland on October 9, 2014
Kaye York on Cambridge took home the Best of Show award at The Salmon River Arts Guild in White Bird for her oil painting "Shooting the Breeze."