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Making Your First Low Budget Feature

The Detroit Film Society presents a talk with Michigan filmmakers Rob Cousineau and Chris Rosik, who recently finished their first feature film, Future. Film Society co-director Ted Houser will lead a discussion that covers Cousineau’s and Rosik’s process of successfully making a high-quality, low budget narrative feature. This event is free. 

"Future"- a black comedy about a clinically depressed, suicidal barista who is granted a do-over from a time-traveling addict- premiered at Genre Blast & Hells Half Mile and Music Festival. 

The Detroit Film Society Speaker Series brings local filmmakers into free spaces to have discussions about business and craft. For more information or to recommend a speaker, please contact Ted Houser at houser.ted@gmail.com. 

About the filmmakers: 
Get Super Rad is made up of Chris Rosik and Rob Cousineau- two experienced content creators well versed in both commercial production and filmmaking. Together, they've created super rad work for brands such as Ford Motor company, Chevy, and GM. Currently in production on two network reality TV shows slated to premiere fall of 2018, CR & RC are also finishing their work on a feature-length documentary film, "Can't See Sh*t"- a film about Cousineau's friend, Brendan Patrick, a blind tattoo artist & musician living with Cystic Fibrosis. They also had a hand in, "The Russian Five” Which recently premiered at the FREEP film festival.


Wednesday, April 25th
Doors open at 6:30pm for networking
Discussion begins at 7pm
Drinks and snacks provided.

Earlier Event: April 24
Detroit Startup Happy Hour
Later Event: April 26
Nachos & Nonprofits - April Edition