FAN FILM OF THE DAY: CATWOMAN-RESOLUTION

Today it’s time for the ladies to kick some ass on FFOTD. Our first feature today is from a long time supporter, and good friend of Fanboy Theatre, Ms. Amber Moelter! Some of you may be familiar with Amber’s work on her first Fan Film, Catwoman-Copycat. Her follow up to that same film, Catwoman-Resolution  is what we will be screening today.The film was directed by Colin Blakeston, and stars Amber as Selina Kyle/Catwoman. Recentlty Amber has Her started up Her own Independent Media Company, ALM Talkies. Some of her first projects with the producton company are new additions to Her Catwoman Fan Film series. Her newest Catwoman feature, Catwoman-Re-Emergence is also featured below. Lookin’ good Amber, keep on keepin’ on with the Catwoman goodness 🙂 Enjoy everyone!

-Fanboy Will

CATWOMAN:ANIMA-A NEW LOOK AT SELINA KYLE

WE'LL BE THERE! WILL YOU?

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Recently I was contacted by Kevin McGuiness regarding a new Catwoman fan film he is woking on, Catwoman:Anima. The film looks to take a dramatically different approach portraying the character of Selina Kyle, and what makes her tick. Below is a synopsis provided by the Director..

The film which I have submitted is titled “Catwoman: Anima” and is based on the popular DC heroine. This film is a dream sequence which examines the psychological aspects of Selina Kyle’s Catwoman persona, as it pertains to Carl Jung’s writings concerning the Anima, the unconscious and unbridled female psyche. I hope that this work will eventually serve as the foundation for a feature project concerning Catwoman.

Mr. McGuiness plans to release the film in parts on Youtube over the next couple of months, keep your eyes peeled….

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BLINKY PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS-KNIGHT WALTZ!

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I’ve been a friend of Chris Notarile for quite sometime. He is an old friend to the site, and a hard working filmmaker that manages to bang out multiple Fan Films that always impress. His latest release, Knight Waltz, has been years in the developing stages. I remember talking to Chris about the premise for the film years ago, but knowing Chris, He wasn’t going to turn out a film unless he was 100% satisfied with the final product. Well, the time has come! Knight Waltz is up for viewing, check it out below! Also be sure to stop by Mr. Notarile’s website for more quality Fan Films. Congratz Chris!

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STORMFRONT ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES A NEW FAN FILM!

“THE DISAGREEMENT” FAN FILM RELEASES FEBRUARY 26TH

Stormfront’s first short film focuses on DC Comics’ Female characters

Baton Rouge, LA- February 25th, 2010-  Central Louisiana enters the world of fan film
creativity with the introduction  of Stormfront Entertainment’s (SFE) short film
“The Disagreement”. The movie has a scheduled release of 8pm on February 26th, 2010
from the official SFE website at http://www.stormfrontentertainment.com/Videos.html.

Based on two of the most popular female characters in the DC Universe, this little project
follows a polite conversation between Selina Kyle and Diana Prince that quickly turns sour
when the two characters discover their boyfriends have too much in common.  It does not
help matters that these lovely ladies are also Catwoman and Wonder Woman in disguise!

The project, which took approximately four months to complete with a budget of $600 dollars,
is the inaugural production by upstart independent film company SFE.  Actress Kristin Ann
(Selina Kyle), whose experience includes stints on Monk and The West Wing, takes the lead
role opposite Zabrina Lusker (Diana Prince), a newcomer to the acting scene.  Rounding out
the cast is actor Joshua Stelly.  All three actors are natives of the New Orleans and Baton
Rouge areas in south Louisiana.

Stormfront Entertainment plans to use “The Disagreement” as a launching platform to
enter the world of international fan film productions.  Other fan films projects currently
under development include “Hidden Friend” (Transformers), “Poker Night” (The Flash),
and “Donna Parker” (Green Lantern).  SFE also plans to integrate original projects into
the above list of developing fan films.  Original projects include “Zydeco” (horror),
“The Undelivered” (thriller), and “Proximate Violence” (suspense).

If you would like more information about this project, or would like to interview Producer
Sunah Park or Director David Noble, please contact SFE at 850-733-4569 or at
info@stormfrontentertainment.com.

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