and Sydney is in it! SharkMother Arts Collective (a Brave New Works regular, our friends, and a recent Ars Nova ANT Fest participant!) is doing an original musical in Williamsburg! THE LOST LIGHT a music theatre show for adults and children December 1-4 (Thurs-Sat @ 7:30pm, Sat & Sun @ 2pm) Center for Performance Research, […]
Monthly Archives: November 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h9ggSp9EDc Dracula & The Pre-Med Student: Episode One compliments of Pipeline Photoplays! Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube page to get our bi-weekly short film releases and new episodes of DPMS. Don’t forget to check out The Accident, that was just featured at The Magnet Theater’s Flick & Good To See You!
A lot of really cool Pipeliner’s* and a lot of other amazing artists we have worked with are putting on a 48 Hour Play Festival in New York! Fourteen new plays born unto the world in 48-hours! Friday, November 18th8pm and 10:30pm Saturday, November 19th8pm and 10:30pm $15. Theater for the New City. 155 1st Ave. […]
Newly-formed film company, Pipeline Photoplays, is seeking low-budget short screenplays, up to 15 minutes in length, for winter/spring production for online distribution and/or festival consideration. We are accepting scripts of any genre, with preference towards small budgets and younger, age appropriate casts. This is a wonderful opportunity to get your work produced. Submission deadline is […]
Pipeline Photoplays presents GOOD TO SEE YOU Written by Colby DayDirected by Nathaniel KatzmanFeaturing Daniel Johnsen & Arielle Siegel Produced by Ari SchrierSound Michelle DominguezWardrobe Caitlin Ackerman
Go see Fernando in NUCLEAR LOVE AFFAIR, being presented by Built For Collapse (a Brave New Works company!) at Ars Nova’s ANT Fest 2011. TONIGHT @ 8 Tickets $10
Pipeline Photoplays presents: THE ACCIDENT Written by Ryan BeckDirected by Colby Daywith Willy Appelman, Allison Smith, and Jenny Donheiser Produced by Daniel Johnsen & Meagan KensilEdited by Nathaniel KatzmanDP Andrew GustafsonSound Ned Raube-WilsonWardrobe Caitlin AckermanArt Direction Alex Mills