The full film will eventually be posted after it has played at film festivals. In the meantime, here's a short trailer.
The Sheriff's Children has won Best Short and Best Music (Eric Watkins), and was nominated for Best Director (Mike Boedicker), Best Actress (Ellen Magee), and Best Cinematography (Thomas Nicol) at the Prairie State Film Festival, held August 11–13, 2017 in Dekalb, IL.
The film has been accepted to the Knoxville Film Festival, held September 15-17, 2017 at the Regal Downtown West Cinema 8 in Knoxville, TN. It will screen on Friday, Sept. 15 at 12 noon in Theater 1.
The Sheriff's Children has received an Award of Merit Special Mention in the Accolade Global Film Competition.
The Sheriff's Children has been accepted to the Prairie State Film Festival, held August 11–13, 2017 in Dekalb, IL. It will screen on Saturday, Aug. 12 in the 5 p.m. block.
Almost a year after shooting began, The Sheriff's Children is finally finished. It is now being submitted to various film festivals.
Colorist Andrew Gleason has done an excellent job "grading" the film, adjusting the picture's color, contrast, and hue for a specific look. The film will be output at different resolutions (for Blu-ray, DVD, streaming, etc.), and we will soon begin submitting it to festivals.
Composer Eric Watkins delivered the final music, a powerful score featuring violinist Nicolaj Nielsen and cellist Sofie Takkula. It is now being mixed into the film's soundtrack.
Next up is color correction, where the picture will be tweaked scene-by-scene.
Produced by award-winning Roselawn Productions Ltd., The Sheriff's Children was filmed in Illinois and Indiana in authentic period locations. The production was shot and edited in 2016 and completed in Spring 2017, and is currently being submitted to film festivals.