Join us #AtTheFlats for an informative breakdown of the production and preproduction process on Ryan’s ambitious project.

– Over 100 people worked on neo/neon noir short film “Say Goodbye, Grace”
– Kickstarter and private investments raised a healthy budget
– Crew came in from all over the west coast (LA) to the east coast (NYC)
– Ryan’s first film ever
– 2 1/2 years from conception to completion
– Film will be out on August 25th

Ryan N. Olsen is no stranger to video & film. Having been interested in film from an early age, he watched everything his parents would allow. His love for film began with Tim Burton, George Lucas, and Toho Ltd. Studios. He made claymations & short films with his friends throughout elementary & middle school. Once he graduated from Kearney High School in 2003, he enrolled in the Film Studies program at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln (UNL). He graduated from UNL in 2008 with his Bachelor’s and worked on film sets and commercials for a few years before starting his film production company, POW! Productions in 2011. After shooting a public service announcement for the state of Nebraska, Ryan earned a spot as the Director of Video Productions for the ad agency, Local Hero Design. After receiving multiple positive reviews with his most recent commercial for The Hot Mess bar in Lincoln, Nebraska, he has seen an influx in business. “Say Goodbye, Grace: A Detective Story,” is his debut film as a filmmaker.

 

Nebraska Independent Film Projects is a 501(c)3 nonprofit: Helping filmmakers connect and create film and new media arts since 1991.
OPEN MEETING: 6/22/2018 6-8PM

Turbine Flats Project @ 2124 Y St in Lincoln.

We still meet inside REACTOR Coffee area on the southwest side of the building
(*Note Reactor closes 5PM daily)

As always we provide snacks and beverages, joining NIFP is encouraged but never required.

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Original Kickstarter page for Say Goodbye Grace