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Epic Washington: Director's Cut
Short Film. Rated 13+. 71 minutes. When Cliff moves from Seattle to Los Angeles to make it big in Hollywood, he promises his filmmaker friends he won’t forget them. So when an opportunity drops into his lap, he and Junior Associate Producer Kyle embark on a road trip to create the most epic "feature film short film anthology" of all time. Epic Washington was conceived by Darryl Robert Small to bring together filmmakers of all skill levels.
Macbeth The Musical Parody: Director's Cut
Feature Film. Rated 18+. 90 minutes. Pico Morte Community College at midnight. Two professors brawl for use of the theater. The A/V club and the drama club are along for the ride with a dozen campy parodies (Dolly Parton! Elton John! Cake!), ridiculous sight gags and, of course, the curse of The Scottish Play. Fun, geeky, and nerdtastic wackiness.
Angel of Aberdeen
Short Film. Rated 18+. 17 minutes. Come as you are to Aberdeen, Washington. Written and directed by Jennifer DiMarco in 2015 and produced by Beginning of Heaven Studios, Angel of Aberdeen is a short drama with a rich vein of humor. In this "Eat Pray Love" for Millennials, Angel Harjo is a twenty-something caught in her own discontentment. Her work should be rewarding but it isn't. She should be happy but she's not. When she loses her job, Angel embarks on a wacky search of self-discovery while being followed by a guardian angel.
Dogs of War
Short Film. Rated 18+. 17 minutes. Struggling to find peace after deployment, Tom moves through the motions of life while his wife Kat drowns in emotions for both of them. When their teenage son lashes out, is it a wake up call or a call for help? Dogs of War stars Ralph Smith, Stacey Venzel and Maxwell Kier DiMarco, and features Gabriel T. Rushin.
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Feature Film. Rated 13+. 99 minutes. The alternate world of Ghost Noir looks like our own 1940s... with some gritty differences. Demons roam the streets. Death is almost impossible. And no one is older than sixteen. Detective Camille Delatore is trying to ignore the disappearance of her free-spirited brother by throwing herself into her work, but all roads lead to Roman, and Camille realizes the world itself holds secrets beyond imagining.
Jared's House: Writer's Cut
Short Film. Rated 13+. 21 minutes. When Alicia loses her job and her moms step in, the last thing she wants is their help. They mean well but how can she find her own way when they’re being so over-protective? Jared wonders the same thing but his perspective is slightly different and through his eyes Alicia may come to see her parents -- and reality itself -- in a new light. Showcasing the power of casting actors with autism to portray characters with autism, Jared’s House is a celebration of difference and finding ourselves.
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Feature Film. Rated 13+. 220 minutes. Six Writers. Six Secrets. When the reclusive poet laureate, Portia Grey, starts a writers group, six women can't stay away. From all walks of life -- a mother, a solider, a pastor's only child, a teenager, a detective and a wizened senior -- the writers gather every week in the hundred-year-old arts center at the edge of Port Laurel. As they wait for the laureate to make her grand appearance, the secrets and lies begin to build in the elegant sitting room
My Wyvern Heart
Short Film. Rated 13+. 25 minutes. Karen is a painter who can’t fill her canvas. Julia is her daughter who just wants to heal her heart. The tragedy these two women shared is barely remembered by one of them but nonetheless it shapes their lives. A story of recovering from loss and healing over time while exploring the parent/child bond and dynamic. Winner of Original Score (Brianne DiMarco, composer) and Best Actress (Faith DiMarco, Julia) from the Best Short Competition.
Pages of a Book
Short Film. Rated 13+. 13 minutes. Pages of a Book is a short film drama with animated segments from a secret comic book. Eden is an artist, a dreamer, and terminally ill. Her best friend, Jett, is rough-and-tumble, a girl from the other side of the tracks with a rocky home life and an endless capacity for hope. Even as Eden's father and Jett's mother are falling apart in their own separate worlds, Jett continues to stay at Eden's side... even when Eden won't share one last secret.
Sound & Silence
Short Film. Rated 18+. 54 minutes. For more than forty years, Riley has lived a quiet life. Maybe her mother was right: Being a black woman in America is hard enough without being gay, too. But when Roxanne auditions as a singer at the speak easy where Riley works as a bartender, Riley’s life is turned inside out. Exploring the complicated terrain of self-worth and discovery, Sound & Silence is an original short film by Jennifer DiMarco, starring Geraldine Alsup Bowers and Leah Kelley, and created in partnership with the Blue Village acting troupe. This film has complete captions.
Short Film. Rated 18+. 30 minutes. What is “normal” and what trade-offs do we ask our children to make to conform? Why do we resist diversity when difference can be our greatest asset? Jack isn’t like other boys and usually he handles the world just fine. But when a series of bad-timing and bad calls by the adults around him set off a surreal chain of events beyond his control, Jack’s carefully planned life crumbles around him. Winner of the Disability Issues laurel from Best Shorts Competition.
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The Trees Have Names: Director's Cut
Feature Film. Rated 18+. 118 minutes. Memory is unreliable. In a sleepy small town the unspeakable happens: Children are being taken, their boiled bones found in the Blackwood Forest. While the police struggle for answers, the Chief has his hands full with his granddaughter who seems lost to reality. Tori comes of age in an asylum and we watch her become an adult... and remain broken. When a new doctor, with new technology, takes over Tori's care, the town's secrets and Tori's own are laid bare. A psychological thriller from early in the film careers of Blue Forge Films and Beginning of Heaven Studios (2016).
A Novel Approach to Writing
Workshop. Rated 13+. 53 minutes. "What’s your story? I believe everyone has a story within them. The trick is finding the best way to share it. While many people think a story has to be 'Once upon a time…' or follow specific tropes and strict guidelines, I’ve found that isn’t always the case. In just under an hour, my goal is to help you discover how to tap into your inner inspiration and explore new ways to share what you have to say." --Carrie Avery Moriarty, author and actor
Things That Affect the Human Race
Sermon. Rated 13+. 52 minutes. A sermon of hope and truth delivered by the Christian prophetess, "My sermon and book were created to encourage and inspire during this time of crisis. The assassin, COVID-19, snuck in and caught the world off guard. Black, white, old and young, all religions and all nationalities—this virus does not discriminate. As I watch the news, my heart cries for all of us. May you listen to the sermon or read the book and find strength and courage." --Dr. Leah Kelley
Short Film. Rated 13+. 15 minutes. It arrived on prevailing westerlies. Written and directed by Jennifer DiMarco and produced by Beginning of Heaven Studios and Gentle Giant Productions, Red is a short film about trust, love and the end of the world. Fate is a mysterious thing. On the day Cache breaks up with her girlfriend, Sadie, their world changes forever. The arrival of an unknown virus decimates their small town and transforms strangers into monsters and ex-lovers into something beyond explanation.
Feature Film. Rated 13+. 128 minutes. What would you risk to connect? In a world where the airborne viral count is higher than the pollen count, citizens in lockdown receive monthly stimulus packages with luxury goods—like coffee or chocolate. But when some citizens receive a high-tech social box instead, the new normal takes an unexpected turn. Based on the uncanny 2019 short story of the same name, Social Box is a unique independent film. Written and filmed entirely during the real-life lockdown in the United States in 2020, actors across three states filmed themselves, working with a storyboarded script by best-selling novelist and filmmaker Jennifer DiMarco.
From the Debris
Short Film. Rated 13+. 18 minutes. Why are we drawn to the dangerous? When we act on compulsions are we embracing our deepest wishes? From the Debris is the story of four people driven to discover the unimaginable. Written and directed by best-selling novelist and poet, Jennifer DiMarco, the film is presented in four elemental segments featuring Faith Aoibhinn DiMarco (Ghost Noir, Maxwell Kier DiMarco (Those Who Remain), Angela DiMarco (Brides to Be), and Daniel Christensen (The Coffee Table).
Short Film. Rated 13+. 12 minutes. Do only the horses remember Jacob? Moving among throngs of people at a carnival, Jacob is unnoticed. The night is inky black, streaked with neon, laughter, and the music of the rides but Jacob is alone, a resident of the park existing outside of time. An ambient dreamscape that sets a young man from the 1970s against a modern landscape, Horses Remember is a mediation indelible memories, written and shot in eight hours on the birthday of writer/director, Jennifer DiMarco. After the credits of the film, the real-life events behind the story are shared.
Those Who Remain
Short Film. Rated 18+. 18 minutes. A surreal dark comedy with a dry streak of humor. When young Daniel Lyon takes a job as a night janitor at The Center, he has no idea he'll have to clean up after dead bodies and demons. Featuring a grand cast of characters, Those Who Remain has layers of meaning and more creepy fun than Daniel can wipe away with bleach. "I see dead people," Ellie tells Daniel. He just shrugs, "That's common around here."
ANTHOLOGIES & FESTIVALS (Mixed Genres)
Blackwood Film Anthology
Anthology. Rated 13+. 40 minutes. Filmmakers from all walks of life -- both brand new and established -- gathered at a single location to work together to make each of their films over just twelve hours. Supporting the Blue Forge Films belief that all perspectives are valuable, our Blackwood Film Anthology was based in and around the woods that surround the Black Door Studio on the Blue Forge Films campus.
Lucky #13 Film Anthology
Anthology. Rated 13+. 35 minutes. Writer, director, and cinematographer Jeremy Lehtonen has created thirteen short films for this collection including nine world premieres. Featuring four best actress winners Amber Rainey (Forge Flashpoint Film Festival 5), Brianne DiMarco (Forge Flashpoint Film Festival 4), Lisa Rempel (Wonderland Film Anthology) and Faith Aoibhinn DiMarco (Take 8 Film Festival), plus a remarkable cast of Washington talent including Jessica Slagle Thompson, Larry Hawkins and Alex Dunn.
Saint August Chapel Film Anthology
Anthology. Rated 13+. 28 minutes. Filmmakers from all walks of life -- both brand new and established -- gathered at a single location to work together to make each of their films over just twelve hours. Supporting the Blue Forge Films belief that all perspectives are valuable, our Saint August Chapel Film Anthology took place in a small church that was more than a hundred years old. Perhaps because faith itself is such a personal element of life, these seven films were even more diverse than we expected.
Take 8 Film Festival
Film Festival. Rated 13+. 70 minutes. Eight teams of eight actors. Each of them selected a one sentence plot and a genre. Award-winning filmmaker Jennifer DiMarco then crafted eight short films based on those two factors—all located in and around a 100-year-old community center. The eight short films screened to audiences online and at a live event and votes were cast for which short film should be remade into a feature film. Watch and enjoy then find out the winning decisions or vote in (or enter) a current festival here.
Take 8 Film Festival Forest
Film Festival. Rated 13+. 54 minutes. Eight teams of actors. Each of them selected a one sentence plot and a genre. Award-winning filmmaker Jennifer DiMarco then crafted eight short films based on those two factors—all located in the lush temperate rainforest of Washington State. The eight short films screened to audiences online and at a live event and votes were cast for which short film should be remade into a feature film. Watch and enjoy then find out the winning decisions or vote in (or enter) a current festival here.
Take 8 Film Festival White Room
Film Festival. Rated 13+. 55 minutes. Eight teams of actors. Each of them selected a one sentence plot and a genre. Award-winning filmmaker Jennifer DiMarco then crafted eight short films based on those two factors—all located in a single white room. The eight short films screened to audiences online and at a live event and votes were cast for which short film should be remade into a feature film. Watch and enjoy then find out the winning decisions or vote in (or enter) a current festival here.
Wonderland Film Anthology
Anthology. Rated 13+. 38 minutes. Filmmakers from all walks of life -- both brand new and established -- gathered at a single location to work together to make each of their films over just twelve hours. Supporting the Blue Forge Films belief that all perspectives are valuable, our Wonderland Film Anthology was located in and around Leavenworth, Washington, during its wintertime festival of lights.