This year I worked with RMNC to create the trailer for the 38th San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Enjoy!
TILT is a project of the Ninth Street Independent Film Center, and I work with them to teach film production and media literacy to students of all ages, from as young as 7-9 to 55 and above. These reels I cut for TILT cover their variety of programs, from Generations (an Intergenerational LGBT film-making program whose completed works screen at the Frameline, the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival), to their Mobile Media lab to their Expressions program which covers experimental and short narrative films.
I covered this event with Sam Devine for the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s coverage of the Anchor Steam IPA release party on February 5th. Check out the article here.
Edited by Jason Boyce
Footage by Alex Albers and Stone Si
I’m extremely proud to have worked with EASYSTREET to create the Frameline37 Festival Trailer, using Photoshop, After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
Check out the Minion Master website here!
Written & Directed by Jason Boyce
Director of Photography: Tony Rain
Special Effects by BitFlip
In 2012 I had the pleasure of working with Tracing Figures, a great SF band, as they were recording a four-song EP at Tiny Telephone. I filmed and edited this documentary on the band and their experience and wish them all the luck in the world with their amazing music.
Check out my documentary below and be sure to visit their website and get the new EP here.
Frameline36 Voices Trailer edited in After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
Frameline36 Membership Trailer edited in After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
Directed and Edited by Tony Rain
I was interview & performance 2nd camera, mostly closeups and side angles
Done in After Effects, Quicktime and Final Cut Pro. Music by Easy Street.