The motion picture industry is going through a period of rapid change.
Advancements in technology are making it easier than ever before to produce studio quality movies for a fraction of their traditional cost.
It’s allowed a group of Helena filmmakers to make a home-grown vampire movie for about a half-million dollars.
It’s called ‘Crimson Winter’.
For this feature, Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce caught up with 23-year-old Producer Isaac Marble and 25-year-old Director Bryan Ferriter to speak about making this film over the last few years and their thoughts about the future of the industry. Ferriter also wrote the script for Crimson Winter and plays the lead role, a vampire prince looking to make peace with humanity.