Here is a video we made for The Village Idiot song, The Salmon Came Running Down. Hope you enjoy it.
Check out a little video documenting the creation of some giant salmon puppets for the 2013 Quilcene Parade:
Come join us on May 28th at 7 PM or May 29th at 4 PM – both at the Uptown. See you there. http://www.siff.net/festival-2013/shadowed
Spring Rain from greg brotherton on Vimeo. At least at Spring Rain Farm where the Quilcene Village Store gets it’s organic sustainably raised eggs every week. We took some time to visit and see how the chickens are raised, eggs collected, washed and packaged for sale at our store (and perhaps some other stores, to). [...]
Dipping Chocolate with Jimmie 2Shirts from greg brotherton on Vimeo. It’s been a while since I’ve updated this site. In that time my family has moved to the Olympic Peninsula and I’ve moved away from video work to opening and running The Quilcene Village Store. Come take a look. I’ve started a series of short [...]
Every week, Reel NW airs independent films from or about our own community. From thought-provoking documentaries to powerful narrative dramas, KCTS 9 showcases our region’s talents, stunning environment, and the issues that affect us. http://kcts9.org/reel-nw
We’ve been locked away in an editing booth with the driven Joey Johnson steadily working our way through the second spine-tingling cut of Shadowed, a feature thriller written and directed by Joey that we shot in September. It’s a good one and we are going into our second phase of post-production and starting it off [...]
We’re ecstatic that KCTS 9 will be broadcasting Smoke, Sand & Rubber on Halloween at 10:30PM – with more screenings over the following two weeks. It’s okay to wear a costume while watching – preferably a costume that moves fast.
Frenetic Productions has been a little quiet on the website front, but incredibly busy in offline life. We’ve collaborated with Daily Riots Productions and writer director Joey Johnson to shoot the narrative feature, SHADOWED, and are busy editing it. Smoke, Sand and Rubber was in the Local Sightings Film Festival and not only did we [...]