Static Age Productions was founded in 2009 in Denver, Colorado. During this time the decision was made to create our first documentary film, a short about EOD and the Marine Corps (Coming Home). Since then we have dedicated our work in film to documentary style productions highlighting true stories of incredible individuals.
Static Age Productions has produced a number short films, as well as two feature length documentaries (both in collaboration with Nowlin Town Productions). The second film, Floating Horses, has done exceptionally well with 23 official festival selections and 9 wins during its festival run. The film also brought home the prestigious Western Heritage Award for Documentary (2017). Preproduction for our first stand alone feature is currently underway.
One of the first things I noticed during my time in film school was how much waste was generated during a shoot. You would not believe how much bottled water we went through in a day...
Sustainable filmmaking is important to our team, and because of this we take steps to reduce our environmental impact at every step of the filmmaking process. We do this by replacing bottled water with reusable bottles, consolidating travel, calculating energy usage, optimizing production time and when all else fails, purchasing carbon offsets. Our goal is to be carbon neutral with every film.