Moriarty Media LLC
Your full-service media production company.
For over two decades, James Moriarty and his associates have produced a wide variety of media projects, such as advertising, event productions, music videos, industrial films, independent documentaries, television commercials, educational and e-commerce websites, and interactive kiosks. Let’s discuss how Moriarty Media can help fulfill your media needs.
"The Carmel Film Forum has been a great source of filmmaking skill development for me and many others. I'm looking forward to seeing the new Digital Media Lab space too! And you can't beat free!"
Mermaid Moon Productions.
CARMEL FILM FORUM: HOW HOLLYWOOD WORKS; THE BEHIND-THE-SCENES OF BRINGING A MOTION PICTURE TO THE SCREEN
Dates: Saturday, August 26, 2023, 9:30 AM-5:30 PM (EDT) and
Sunday, August 27, 2023, 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM (EDT)
Location: CARMEL CLAY PUBLIC LIBRARY (Community Room)
425 E. Main St. Carmel, Indiana 46032
This two-day workshop will build the foundation for “job-ready” film and television production professionals. Designed to inspire and educate the next generation of filmmakers and passionate hobbyists, we’re putting Hollywood within reach.
The program is FREE, but seats are limited, and registration is encouraged.
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN-UP.
ABOUT THE SSB SHORT FILM PROJECT
“Skill Shot, BABY! Pinball Epiphany” is a short film that introduces its audience to the characters and themes of the first full-length feature film made for, by, and about pinball enthusiasts, “Skill Shot, BABY!” The short presents a key scene from the planned feature film, teasing the larger work and showing off the talent, style, and entertainment value pinball fans are yearning to see on screen. It also is filled with original music and stop-motion animation that will establish the style of the feature film. “Skill Shot, BABY! Pinball Epiphany” is the stepping stone to the goal of giving pinball fans the movie they have always dreamed of.
ABOUT THE STORY
Jake McMillan delivers a pinball machine he has repaired to a bar, hoping to start a new life and career as a pinball tech and owner, but with no experience in that world. Jake has little understanding of what he has chosen out of happenstance as a “career,” floundering and with no realistic prospects of success on his own in a field that intrigues him but that he only scarcely understands. While setting up the machine, Jake encounters the ultimate coin-op man, Bart Barker.