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Award Winner

Course Correction

Berkeley Square Media is so happy to announce that our film, "Course Correction" has been named BEST IN SHOW for the 2017 Four Points Film Project, as well as FOUR other amazing awards. The film will now be screened at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, as well as be featured at Filmapalooza 2018 in Paris. This worldwide competition had 129 entries this year.

Update: Course Correction has been officially selected to compete at the Saint Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival, May 4th, at the Science Center’s Omnimax Theater.

What Darcy Saw

One of our best competition-based short films to date, "What Darcy Saw" is a dark fantasy story, created by Berkeley Square for the 48 Hour Film Challenge. Winner of "Best Editing" for the Kansas City Area.

They Came in Wagons...

Nominated for a 2017 Heartland Emmy Award, this brief history of Topeka shows the diversity embedded in it's lifetime.

TCT - The Gift of Live Theater

Working with TCT and Jim Ramos to help sell more gift certificates. Don't just give a gift! Give an experience.

“Topeka Proud” - Brail Watson - Heartland Visioning

A wonderful song by Phillip "Brail" Watson promoting the newly revitalized Downtown Topeka area... created for Heartland Visioning.

Stalking Cupid

Berkeley Square and Laugh Lines Improvisational Comedy Troupe team up to create two short files for their annual Valentines Day show. Stalking Cupid is winner of two Telly Awards: "Humor" Telly category and a "People's Choice" Telly Award.

"Doug H." Takes 1st at Wild West Film Fest 2011

Berkeley Square's entry in to the 2011 Wild West Film Fest. The short took first place in the 48 hour film competition.

2010 - The Year We Make an App for That

Our entry into the 2010 Flint Hills Film Festival. Most of the crew was busy so it turned into a project for Laurie and Dave Uhler to do alone.

This film is the winner of the 2010 Flint Hills Film Festival - Experienced Division. The theme was "It Is That Good" and required the use of at least 4 of 8 given locations, completely produced in 48 hours. Of course, we used all 8 locations, since that is how we roll.

This movie not only references 2001 - A Space Odyssey and 2010: The Year We Make Contact but also the short we made last year, Immaculate Reception (I Wish)

Immaculate Reception - When I'm Safely Home (I Wish)

UPDATE: I Wish took 1st place in the experienced category at the Flint Hills Film Fest on 9-11-09.
12:22 Production's Entry into the 2009 Flint Hills Film Fest. Usually we take the entire 48 hours when we enter a competition like this... this one only took 12 hours.

Don't Dream It... Be it.

Here it is folks! Our submission into the 2009 Wild West Film Fest. Inspired by Ralph Phillips ... A to Zzzz which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1953.

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