We are privileged to have collaborated with Sean and his crew at Mudturtle Media Productions on this PSA. Arcay Studios provided the production sound gear and recording. With our services and all the rest of the efforts of Sean's team, they have released a very powerful and educational PSA on the dangers and truths of heroin usage. Please take a look.
The AFI Student Film, NANI, has been winning awards at festivals around the world. Now, Director Justin Tipping gets to add a Student Academy Award to his long list of accolades.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences held their 39nd annual Student Oscars ceremony on June 9, 2012.
Arcay Studios is proud to have completed the sound design for this award-winning film.
Read more about Justin and NANI here:
Koren was invited to speak to students at CSUN about the importance of promoting yourself and your business through social media. Joining him on the Panel were representatives from Northstar Moving, Slide and the Los Angeles Unified School District. Over one hundred marketing and communications students had the opportunity to ask questions about the newest networks, privacy concerns and how to use social media to land their next job. This was Koren's first time back at CSUN since he graduated 10 years ago.
Level 33 Entertainment is a young distribution company in Los Angeles. With nearly two dozen films in their catalog, they specialize in specific genres, including family, teen comedy, action, horror, etc. Arcay Studios is proud of the menu design, audio/video encoding and DVD authoring we did for these great titles.
Accidental Icon’ tells the story behind the world famous book and film franchise that brought surfing to the masses more than half a century ago. In the summer of ’56, Los Angeles teenager Kathy Kohner discovered Malibu, boys and surfing. The rest is history, with the book becoming a bestseller and inspiring a string of movies and TV series that spanned more than 30 years.
High school student Rusty Funkhouser has a big problem. He just found out that his new stepdad is a freakin’ vampire… and he’s looking to raise some serious hell!
James gets evicted from his apartment and moves in Kim, with his girlfriend of three months and quickly discovers she’s everything he never wanted in a woman. He enlists best friends to find a relationship exit strategy; but for Kim, breaking up just isn’t an option.
A filmmaker learns a lot from working on student films in school. For the Young Brothers, the greatest lessons came from their first post-college independent film.
The Writer (2004)
was shot on 35mm film using a Panavision camera and a Nagra to record non-sync sound. As Producer, Koren got to learn things like how to deal with union actors, license music from major labels and get permits from the county and the state. Ryan had the pleasure of reconforming audio after new picture locks and learning about pull-downs for film speeds. This was their first opportunity to work on a professional dub stage.
After 7 years, it’s finally available online. See it for yourself!
Every year, the Motion Picture Sound Editors acknowledge the year's best work in the various areas of sound editing: Dialogue & ADR, Effects & Foley, and Music. The 59th annual Golden Reel Awards Ceremony was held on February 19, 2012. Ryan Young and the team from Super 8 took home the award for Best Sound Editing in a Feature Film. This is the second consecutive Golden Reel for Ryan. He took home an award last year
for his work on 30 Days of Night:Dark Days.
James van Maanen of TrustMovies.com reviewed our SWINE Trilogy
and gave it a stellar review.
"SWINE was a project so well-done and so much fun that it proved one of the best DIY projects I've so far encountered."
We were delighted to receive an invitation from TrustMovies.com to participate in an interview about the filmmaking process. We discussed the origins of Arcay Studios, Well-Oiled Machine and The SWINE Trilogy.
Read the entire review and interview here:
Check out the January 2012 issue of Rogue Cinema
. Columnist Cary Conley interviewed our own Koren Young about Swine and the creation of Arcay Studios. They discussed the filmmaking process and some of the amazingly talented people on the team.
After two and a half years of development and production, The SWINE Trilogy premiered last night in beautiful Old Town Pasadena. The cast and crew were in attendance, including Executive Producers Koren and Ryan Young. The series screened to a full house following an opening reception at Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana
The Producers announced their intent to produce three more
chapters of the SWINE series, creating a feature-length film. Special perks are being offered to contributors, including autographed photos, posters, DVDs, and exclusive experiences such as a role in the film.
The DVD of the trilogy has officially been released and can be found at various retailers across Southern California. See this wonderful display near the register at Meltdown Comics
on Sunset in Hollywood.
Arcay Studios recently completed the encoding and authoring for a new line of Blu-rays for Indican Pictures
. These thrillers are available on amazon.com and retailers everywhere.
Based on a true story comes this chilling tale. In 1432 a stunning apparition of the Virgin Mary appeared in the sleepy town of Caravaggio becoming the inspiration for the gruesome yet extraordinary paintings of the artist, Michelangelo Merisi (better known as Caravaggio). Now, in modern day 2011, three women travel to Caravaggio — Lisa, an aspiring art student, Claudia, a sexy Italian translator and May, a young woman about to enter the nunnery. Their world turns upside down when the apparition reappears and poor May becomes plagued by premonitions of shocking murders. Who will survive the terror of the supernatural as murders based on the paintings come true and the three women must discover an obscure secret to unlock a shocking destiny…
An obsessed doctor tries to cure human deformities through DNA splicing, an obsession drawing him into a dark world where he experiments on the patients at Edgewood Asylum. Ignoring his pregnant wife Olivia, she comes to see him one night, but everything goes horribly wrong as Dr. Newman watches in horror as Olivia deliver their twins – One twin is a beautiful baby girl, the other a deformed creature that defies nature. 25 years later, on a dark road, a van breaks down. Young, beautiful Liz Holliman of the Roslyn Center For The Deaf is traveling with a group of young teens and her driver, ex-con, Jeff Thomas. With a flat tire, a storm and freezing temperatures, they must seek shelter. The group makes their way to an old abandoned building — the Edgewood Asylum. Little do they know – evil awaits them…
Meili (Vivian Wu – “The Pillow Book,” “Eve and the Fire Horse”), an interpreter who becomes an angel of vengeance when her husband is shot dead on his way to sign a joint-venture contract. The appearance of an enigmatic American (Richard Burgi – Desperate Housewives) who claims to be a kind of troubleshooter for companies draws her into a web of deceit, love and guilt in this time bending murder mystery that is part Memento and part Lover.