As part of our mission to retain and cultivate our talent, we work with
the camera as well as on the stage. Although we have worked on such
a variety of projects for major motion pictures to some really "independent"
films, we decided to produce projects in our own right.
FEATURE PROJECT: There is a classified
feature length project currently in development that will be disclosed
once copyright and WGA is approved. Currently scheduled for a low-budget
DOCUMENTARY: Slated to begin production in 2005
is a documentary on the unique culture of the Dallas Actor.
In Post Production in early 2004. Click here
to find out more.
Currently Collaborating with OMNI VISUAL MEDIA
COMEDY KILLERS PROMOTIONAL
Currently in Production
COFFEE ROOM: Shane-Arts joined up with
Audacity Productions and PX Arts
to create a screen version of the play "Coffee Room" by Michael
Allegra. However, three quarters of the way into production we lost
our location. The project is currently back in development. Of the original
five person cast and director, all but one is currently involved with
Shane-Arts. They include director Vikas Adam (who also runs PX Arts),
Beauen Bogner (who has since left Texas), Valerie Hauss-Smith, Brad
McEntire (who also runs Audacity Productions) and Tim Shane (founder
of Shane-Arts). The project is currently "shelved" until we
can begin principal photography with a new concept and location.
|My Father's Daughter
|The latest independent feature most recently picked
up by a distributor. The film was written and directed by Parul
Bhatia, a former student of Tim Shane at Richland College. (Tim
appears in the film as one of her professors without the best intentions)
The film had a world premiere at the Angelika and you can check
the links to the left for local showings.
|Hall of Mirrors
|A great independent film featuring and associate
produced by Tim Shane. Many of the above the line crew were once
students of his at Richland College, and they are all now accomplished
working professionals. Some scenes were shot aboard the Texas Queen
Riverboat, home of the Comedy Killers.
Blood and Stone
|Two productions completed with a great deal of
help from various teams at Shane-Arts. "Blood and Stone",
a silent film based on Pygmalion was co-produced by Vikas Adam,
using a camera owned by Brad McEntire. The stars of the film were
Vikas Adam, Audra Oakley, and Tim Shane. The expertise of Jamie
Little-Puente with some of the costumes, Jaymes Gregory with some
of the make up.
||A short based on a poem by William Butler Yeats
stars Tim Shane, Brad McEntire, Rhiannon McMillen, with a cast of
extras made up of Tim's most recent class at Richland College. Visit
the website for more details.