2 Below 0
This 48 min. narrative featurette video production was shot in March of 2019 over 9 days in Bend Oregon. The entire film takes place in the snow which was challenging to say the least and add the fact that it was a period piece taking place in 1979 and couple that with the fact that it was a 2 person crew (myself and actor/writer Pennan Brae) on a insanely low budget I think we knocked it out of the park!
2 Below 0 was a collaboration with one of my long time clients and dear friends Pennan Brae. We’ve been working together on music videos and film for over 10 years now. And we’ve managed to streamline our process and create fun and new content for dirt cheap throughout the years. I like to think one of my talents is taking a little and making it go a long way. Finding ways to tell a story cinematically without costing an arm and a leg.
We shot most of the film on my property in Central Oregon which made everything much easier logistically and is always available to my clients at no cost. A warm house for the actors to run to after frigid hours in the snow and easy power for plugging in production lights.
Trailer for 2 BELOW 0
The Astronot (a 1 hour and 20 min. feature film) was my first journey into feature production in 2015. Again Pennan Brae and I collaborated on what was his first feature story. This one was also a period piece taking place in the 1940’s and 1960’s. Once again we had a shoestring budget and no crew. This was the hardest project I’ve ever worked on. Filmmaking is all about problem solving and usually you’re always against the clock. Focus is key! I learned a ton and took everything with me in to 2 BELOW 0.
Trailer for The ASTRONOT
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Far far away, Tim Cash films Pennan Brae for a scene in The Astronot movie