Dream Nine Studios
Nine Studios was founded in the summer of 1999
by entertainment and business polymath C. A. Passinault.
A Passinault.Com production company and a part of the Passinault Entertainment
Group, the company began life as an indie film production company and
took a back seat to the efforts of the Passinault.Com service companies
as it took its time in finding itself.
In late 2000, Dream
Nine Studios began work on its first production, a feature-length psychological
thriller titled Reverence.
Reverence, written by C. A. Passinault and
Rachel Eaglin, underwent six drafts, and over five auditions. After
two aborted contracts with production teams, the project was canceled
in early 2003.
The Passinault Entertainment Group and Passinault Industries LLC immediately
began investing in talent resources, and in several talent resource
web sites. Independent Modeling and Independent Acting increased in
size, and they were soon joined by regional talent resource Tampa Bay
Modeling, Tampa Bay Film, Tampa Bay Acting, Tampa Bay Photographers,
and Advanced Model. Of all of these, Tampa Bay Film was specifically
set up to support the future productions and the post-production marketing
of Dream Nine Studios.
It was decided that further investments in resources were needed, as
well as additional development time for the company. Executive Producer
C. A. Passinault realized that production technology had not yet advanced
enough to ensure that the myriad projects of the company would be cost-effective.
It was decided that more time would be spent in developing support infrastructure,
and in waiting for technology to catch up with certain ideas. These
ideas, of course, grew, and entirely new concepts were realized as the
years passed. Passinault and his teams spent their time working on the
Passinault.Com service companies Aurora PhotoArts Tampa photography
and design, Eventi Events, Eventi Stage , And Tampa Bay advertising
agency Eos MediaArts. The profits from these service companies would
be needed for the productions of Dream Nine Studios, which has been
designated as the future of the Passinault Entertainment Group, and
will become the primary player in the Florida entertainment industry.
In 2004, Passinault.Com
photography services company Aurora PhotoArts became the top photography
services company in the Tampa Bay area, and a leader in the Florida
markets. The photography and design services company is now focusing
on the commercial photography and design services markets as of 2008,
and will be a major sponsor of Dream Nine Studios projects with photography
and design support, as well as funding. Aurora PhotoArts photography
and design, a Passinault Industries LLC company, was founded in 1994,
and it took that first decade of hard work to get the company to where
it needed to be.
Eventi Events, which was the first Passinault Entertainment Group company
founded on October 6, 1990,
did well from 1997
onward. In 2006, the
company became a binary production services company covering events
and stage productions. By late 2008,
Eventi Events, and Eventi Stage will become the core Passinault.Com
companie, as was originally envisioned, and this profit and production
powerhouse will become a major backer of Dream Nine Studios production
projects with production support, film festivals, marketing events,
stage production hybrid productions, and funding.
Tampa Bay advertising agency Eos MediaArts, which began life in 1993
as production support company Geomedia Productions, is now a fully licensed
advertising agency, as well as a Passinault Industries LLC company.
This Passinault..Com advertising agency will be working heavily with
both Aurora PhotoArts and Eventi Events and Stage for commercial photography,
design, and event marketing work. Eos has been working hard on web sites
and marketing support for all of the Passinault.Com companies since
2004, and will begin
offering services to businesses in the Tampa Bay and Florida markets
in 2010. Eos, also,
will be a major supporter and source of funds for Dream Nine Studios.
Dream Nine Studios changed over the years, too, as it's sister Passinault.Com
service companies grew as they prepared to support the production company.
What began as a simple film production company became a multi-faceted
production company comprised of three different production divisions,
itself a miniature version of the collaborative and cross-supporting
business philosophy of the Passinault.Com companies. The roadmap of
future expansion and business models was laid, and Dream Nine Studios,
much like it's sister companies, was scaled back to conceal many of
it's revolutionary ideas and concepts until the company was in the position
to do them. Dream Nine Studios encompassed Dream Nine Films, Dream Nine
Games, and Dream Nine Music. Dream Nine Films, spinning off smaller
development houses for experimental production work, is slated to begin
work in 2008. Dream Nine Games and Music will come online later. All
three production divisions comprise Dream Nine Studios.
It is truly amazing what has happened to Dream Nine Studios as it has
grown and evolved. The business models for Reverence, which were ahead
of their time in 2003,
are now obsolete, although all of the predictions of the future market
which Passinault made at that time have come to pass. We now have a
completely new business model, which will be revealed only in due time,
and our advanced ideas and production technologies will lead the way
in indie film, video games, and music.
It has been a good wait. The wait is almost over. After what Dream Nine
Studios and our support companies accomplish in the near future, the
wait will have been worth it. Welcome to the revolution!
While our current work is classified, and is strictly on a need to know
basis, we can say this much about our indie film projects. Look for
Dream Nine Studios indie films to screen on both on the Tampa Bay Film
online film festival and at the Tampa Film Showcase monthly film festival
event. Both of these support projects were created specifically to assist
us and the professional Tampa indie film community, and they are optimized
for our production support.