After many months, we have a winner of The Big Little Film Contest: “Alien Probe – The Musical.” Says Producer and Director Mark Copley:

We shot in 24 hours during The Boulder Shootout 24 Film Making Contest
on Oct 25-26 this year where it took best sound, best music, and best film.
Although it was shot in Boulder (instead of Southern Colorado) our cast and
crew were 90% Colorado Spring’s natives and UCCS students.

OK, so we bent the rules. Congratulations to Copley, Co-Producer Mark Keisling and the whole cast and crew. “Alien Probe – The Musical” wins automatic entry into next year’s Indie Spirit Film Festival, now set for next April 23 – 25!

Now sit back, relax, and …

 

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