Tampa Bay Indie Films and Motion Pictures
Dream Nine Studios is primarily a independent film and motion picture production company. We will be setting new standards for film with mainsteam, underground, and experimental movie productions.
Indie Film and Motion Picture Productions
A feature length film which never made it into production, Reverence began preproduction in 2001, and after a series of script revisions, two subcontracted production teams, and five auditions, the project imploded in early 2003 with the loss of all hands. The cancellation left a resource deficit that came close to putting Dream Nine Studios and the Passinault.Com companies out of business. Dream Nine Studios was taken offline for two years and rebuilt while the Passinault.Com companies focused on themselves and regrouped. Today, the Passinault.Com companies have recovered and Dream Nine Studios has been completely rebuilt. A Reverence Tribute section is online in honor of this lost production and the story about what really happened.
The following list covers some of our planned productions. Included in the future production list are C. A. Passinault's romantic drama feature film Invisible Ink, C. A. Passinault's musical comedy feature film series Waveform, Rachel Eaglin's drama feature film Inducing Manic, C. A. Passinault's science fact/ fiction drama/ musical feature film REM, C. A. Passinault's science fiction time travel saga animated feature film Frontier 4, C. A. Passinault's autobiographical animated drama/ comedy short film series The adventures of DJ Whiz Kid, and C. A. Passinault's psychological thriller/ horror short film The Point (The Point is a published story being converted into a screenplay). None of these productions will be green lit until 2008 at the earliest. We will be adding project profiles to our film section shortly. Here are some old conceptual posters for many of them:
In this classic conceptual poster for the comedy musical feature film Waveform, Tampa Bay actress and model Roxanne Kowalska portrays a character named Seapony. Actually, when this picture was taken by Aurora PhotoArts senior photographer C. A. Passinault on Clearwater Beach in late 2002, Roxy went crazy and began pelting our photographer with balls of beach sand. Her playful mood carries very well into the theme of the film promo poster, and this was a really fun day.
Tampa Bay model and actress Roxanne Kowalska lends her good looks to a teaser poster for the romantic drama feature film Invisible Ink (actually, the teen model looks a bit young here to portray the love interest, but we can suspend disbelief and go with the concept). This may be one of our first films of 2008, as most of it is slated to be filmed on a sound stage much like Nicole Kidman's Dogville (or on a single set like with Two girls and guy) The closed set has the potential for some interesting possibilities. Invisible Ink was originally an Eventi Stage stage play production, and it was inspired by the motion picture Two girls and a guy.
C. A. Passinault's smash hit short story The Point was based on true accounts of a supposedly haunted parking garage at the south end of Rocky Point in Tampa. It is presently being converted into a screenplay for a compelling 20 minute short film.
Net Worth is another C. A. Passinault featured film project which is also an Eventi Stage production. The first entry in his exploitation is not art trilogy, this tastefully done film tackles a tasteless subject. The story is about a group of young, damaged girls who live in a web cam house and allow every aspect of their lives to be viewed by countless strangers. There is a rumor that this was based on a true story concerning a talented girl who died on the inside and became another lost voice in the world, never to again be heard.
The second film in the exploitation is not art series, Principle is a story about a group of independent filmmakers who are short on talent but not on ambition, and it compromises their professionalism and ethics. The indy filmmakers are out to do anything that sells, and in the process they sell out themselves and their respect.
Currently, Frontier 4 is a series of novels by C. A. Passinault. A science fiction series, this is beyond our budget to do it justice in a live-action motion picture. If we option this, it will be time to set up shop on a sound stage and put together an epic animated feature film. Frontier 4 is about time traveler Melissa Parker and her many adventures in time with her time machine.
.... And Futura gave way to Genome: Frontier Society. This cyber culture television series is not currently planned to be produced, but you never know. We might turn it into a killer web cast or DVD series.
Dream Nine Studios Staffers (left to right) Rachel Eaglin, Rosemary Riquel, and Marlon Brown during the fifth and last audition for the Reverence feature film project on February 2, 2003. Rosemary looks like she is thinking This production is in trouble, and she would have been right (either that, or she is teasing Executive Producer C. A. Passinault as the actors go over their lines). Reverence was cancelled in the weeks that followed. It can be said that we became very good at doing auditions and casting great actors, and there will be more auditions in the future for projects that will finally have the resources to be produced and completed.
Dream Nine Studios is a motion picture production company, a video game developer, and a music label based out of Tampa Bay, Florida. It is a Passinault.Com company and a part of the Passinault Entertainment Group.
Dream Nine Studios was formed under the Passinault Entertainment Group in 1999. For the past eleven years, we have been developing infrastructure while the service companies of the Passinault Entertainment Group and Passinault Industries LLC have been working on expanding business. We have also been patiently waiting for technology to catch up with many of our ideas and concepts, which were way ahead of their time, so that we can finally proceed with them in a cost-effective manner. We are currently scheduled to begin operations sometime in 2010, eleven years after initial formation. Our company, which began live as an independent film production company, has evolved to become a indie film production, video game development, and music label company. All of our production lines are designed to assist others, which is one reason that it took us this long to get started, and this will give us an advantage in our production efforts. We will become the dominant entertainment media production company in the Tampa Bay and Florida markets, and as future leaders of the professional production communities in Tampa Bay we will be the catalyst and the innovators which will put local productions on the map and make the rest of the entertainment industry take notice. Our efforts will lead to the recognition and respect that media productions will earn and deserve as powerful forms of art, and professionals who ally themselves with us will benefit greatly. Dream Nine Studios is the primary sponsor of Tampa indie film resource Tampa Bay Film, which currently operates the best online film festival in the Tampa Bay and the Florida markets. We will soon heavily push the next generation of film festival events with the assistance of our sister and event production company Eventi Events and Stage Tampa Bay.
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