Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Trico Films

As alot of you know, I love indie films, I find its a market that though many major studios have gotten involved in, there are so many involved in it, that big studios will never ruin it, in a sense, Indie Film the last unsoiled land in the world of film given that there will always be unknown film makers and unknown actors making movies all the time, there will never be a shortage and as long as you know where to go, you will never run out of things to see, its like letting a kid loose in a candy shop, then waiting for the sugar to all kick in...

With that said, I would like to share with you all a link to a film company called Trico Films, which is owned by a friend of mine's brothers (if I remember correctly), they do some incredible work, if you look around the site, you can see they have their movies they've made streeming, its some brilliant work, with writing and directing being done in house, thus keeping the product as pure and untainted by big boardroom hands as possible, which really is important in artistic representation.

I would recommend you start with the film that my friend who's related to them linked me too when introducing their work to me, "Through A Dark Wood", a brilliant little tale about a young man who can see images of the underworld and sets about saving not only his own soul, but the souls of those around him too, no matter what the cost is. Its a complete 180 degree turn around from their short films they made before this one, which btw, both are also very good and worth giving a look even if you don't like short form films.

Anyway, enough buttering them up, here is the link to their website Trico Films give it a look, you should be rather surprised, after all i was. Oh and long live indie film...



1 comment:

  1. Wonderful article! Trico Films represents the youth-film setting extraordinaire of Seattle!!