Monthly Archives: August 2011

Promotional Postcard Design

Below is the promotional postcard we designed for our marketing campaign leading up to BNFF.  If you are in the Buffalo/Niagara area and would like to help us blanket the town with these, please drop us a line! (Click the … Continue reading

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Tickets Now Available

Tickets are now available to the first public screening of TIN CAN, at the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival on Sunday, September 25th at 2:00p.m. You can purchase tickets online from http://bnff.ticketleap.com/tin-can/ for just $10 each.  The screening will be at … Continue reading

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Hawk Ostby on “Tin Can”

“Tin Can represents the future of movies — a sci-fi story shot for no money, but with passion and ingenuity in a Vermont barn.” – Hawk Ostby, Academy Award nominated screenwriter (Cowboys and Aliens, Iron Man, Children of Men)

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World Premiere at BNFF

Intrinsic Films is proud to announce that TIN CAN will have its world premiere screening at the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival on Sunday, September 25th, 2011 at 2:00 PM at the Riviera Theatre (67 Webster St., North Tonawanda, NY 14120). … Continue reading

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Into the Future

What you are about to see is a project three years in the making. For nearly a year, we devoted all of the free time and resources that we could manage to building a movie set in a one-car garage … Continue reading

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New Trailer Coming 8/12/11

Just a quick announcement here to let everyone know that we will be launching our new trailer for TIN CAN on Friday, August 12, 2001.  It was edited by Eric Clifford and is an intense 1:15 of finished footage from … Continue reading

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Prying Open “Tin Can” – Full-Length Review

Writer and radio host John Walters has posted a full-length review of Tin Can on his website.  Some excerpts: If you were going to make a low-budget movie, you might not think of science fiction as the most promising genre. … Continue reading

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