cwittry in Uncategorized on October 9, 2015
By Dan Sohner
Have you ever had an idea stolen? Copied maybe? It’s not a particularly great feeling. But now imagine that that idea ends up on the cover of, let’s say, National Geographic.
Photographer Tim Kemple has something to say about that. In short, Kemple made an image of an iconic […]
cwittry in Lessons in Production on September 28, 2015
Chloe: Dan, how long have you been an editor? (Of photography and video)
Dan: Ever since I started shooting, I have been editing. A lot of people try to be the “do it all” kind of person. Doing that teaches you a lot about efficiency, but is very difficult to do properly.
Chloe: What do you […]
cwittry in News & Events on September 21, 2015
by Chloe Wittry, Project Manager
What Professor john a. powell has done to advance the discussion and action taken around social equity is astounding. His talk was engaging and extremely relevant as we’re facing some of our most pivotal racism, poverty and inequality issues today. The crowd of attendees were members of organizations and foundations […]
James in News & Events on August 31, 2015
By Jessica Chance
Chance Multimedia is growing. Stories Without Borders, our nonprofit organization, is gaining steam and producing great projects. And any day now, I’m going to have a baby.
What does this mean for our company, our clients and partners and the future? We’ve been answering a lot of good questions lately. Here are […]
Things have been a little quiet lately on the blog because of a new project we’re working on, but we’re back online! We’ve been developing a new documentary with with a unique window into tea production practices in Kenya, the world export leader of black tea.
We spent the last couple of weeks […]
cwittry in Uncategorized on June 11, 2015
Our documentary Living With the Dead has been chosen to screen at the Intendence Film Festival the last week of June. We are excited and honored!
Living with the Dead is one of 13 films to be chosen from Colorado and 26 chosen from other states and countries. IFF’s mission is to provide an […]
cwittry in Behind the Scenes
, Lessons in Production on May 29, 2015
We would like to introduce you to some key players on our team. They lend us the ability to “extend our reach” and create shots that are even more engaging and interesting. Like hammers and nails – the use of specialized video equipment will have a different outcome and impact on a scene depending on whose hands they’re in. It’s up to […]
Greetings! Yesterday we had a group of bright, young aspiring journalists, storytellers and filmmakers into our offices to give them a tour of the facilities and teach them the ways of a small documentary production company. They had been traveling to news stations and large networks, so Chance Multimedia was quite a different animal for […]
cwittry in Uncategorized on May 14, 2015
Just in case you didn’t know, Denver Film Society is going crazy with documentaries during May, and we wanted to pass the word along! There is something for everyone.
If you like getting glimpses into artists’ private lives:
Cinema Q: Packed In A Trunk – The Lost Art Of Edith Lake Wilkinson
Edith Lake […]
cwittry in Uncategorized on May 5, 2015
We’re going to show up to the scene with a multitude of cameras, lights and tripods. We’re going to set up a “stage” for you with lights all over and we’ll be standing behind and around the lenses asking you questions, but we don’t want these things to intimidate you, although we recognize […]