April 14th, 2014 posted by
April 18 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Marie Drake Planetarium
Admission will be $5 per person and proceeds will benefit the planetarium.
Space Trucker Bruce is sci-fi comedy feature film. It was created over six years with a budget of $10,000. All the sets were built in the film maker’s house and back yard
Description from spacetruckerbruce.com:
In the near future, a breakthrough in gravity control allows inexpensive access to space.Bruce is a trucker who works the hog fat lines between Earth and the Titan Station. He’s content with his life but a bit lonely. A month away from the Titan Station Bruce picks up Max, an easily bored automation engineer with a broken shuttle. As Max is about to go crazy from space boredom they receive a strange distress call. Soon they discover a huge dark object on a collision course. Bruce and Max must risk everything to survive their deadly encounter and deliver the hog fat.
- Visit spacetruckerbruce.com to learn more about the movie and to see a trailer.
- Juneau filmmaker Anton Doiron will introduce his film and answer questions. He will also sell DVD copies of the movie and movie posters.
- Thanks to Anton’s generosity for sharing his film to benefit the planetarium.
- Chairs provided or you can bring your own. Popcorn, bottled water, and candy for sale.
- Admission and concession sales will be used for starball maintenance and repair.
- The movie is 87 minutes. It is not rated, but has a few bad language spots (no F-bombs) and suggestive situations, but no nudity. There is some mild sci-fi violence.
March 25th, 2014 posted by
Alaska New Media is an education, training, and career advancement center for the Alaskan media community. They are offering a series of introductory one-day classes, free for Alaskan residents, who want to learn about working on film productions.
Taught by working professionals, each class covers what’s required to get hired; what you need to know, what skills to acquire and how much you can expect to make as a media production assistant.
Sunday, April 6
127 N. Franklin St.
9am – 5pm
Read more at Breaking In: The Production Assistant’s Workshop or download the flyer.
March 13th, 2014 posted by
After 6 years of work, Space Trucker Bruce premieres!
Gold Town Nickelodeon Theater
Friday, March 14 – 7pm and 9pm
Saturday, March 15 – 2pm
Sunday, March 16 – 2pm
The preview is available at spacetruckerbruce.com, and the complete Space Trucker Bruce will also be available on demand at the website starting March 18.
December 30th, 2013 posted by Lou Logan
Thursday, Jan 30 · 7 pm
Friday, Jan 31 · 7 pm & 9 pm
Saturday, Feb 1 · 7 pm & 9 pm
Gold Town Nickelodeon
The JUMP Society Film Festival features locally made short films. Admission is free and tickets will be available (soon) at the Alaska Robotics gallery at 220 Front Street. Call 523-0303 if you need instructions. The tickets will guarantee you a seat and will let us know when a screening is full.
We are still accepting films and the deadline is Thursday, January 23. We have one rule: videos need to be under 10 minutes in length (of course shorter is better). You can submit your movie at Alaska Robotics at 200 Front Street or at Lucid Reverie. Check out the submission guidelines for more information, and make sure to include the submission form with your film or we may spell your name incorrectly. Call (907) 586-3440 for more info.
October 8th, 2013 posted by Lou Logan
Oct 10, 7pm at Centennial Hall
A free “sneak preview” of Greg Chaney’s latest documentary “Life on Ice” will be showing at Centennial Hall. “Life on Ice” was filmed on the Malaspina Glacier following the adventure of Erin McKittrick and Hig Higman travelling with a baby and a toddler in the wilderness for two months.
It’s 15 minutes and will show before Erin McKittrick gives a presentation about her new book.
“Life on Ice” will have its world premiere at the Banff Film Festival on October 26.