2016 Chattanooga Film Editors & Musicians


CHA CAPTURE TEAM ONE

Sannah Parker, Capture Film Editor - Lead Editor Sannah Parker is a producer/editor with a particular interest in the horror and documentary genres. She is a two-time Best Short Film award recipient at Chattanooga's Frightening Ass Film Festival among others.

Sannah Parker, Capture Film Editor - Lead Editor

Sannah Parker is a producer/editor with a particular interest in the horror and documentary genres. She is a two-time Best Short Film award recipient at Chattanooga's Frightening Ass Film Festival among others.

Amanda Reno, Capture Film Editor Amanda Reno is an Atlanta-based Actress and graduate of the UTC Communication department. This summer, she wrote and produced a short horror film titled TWIN, premiering October 2016.  

Amanda Reno, Capture Film Editor

Amanda Reno is an Atlanta-based Actress and graduate of the UTC Communication department. This summer, she wrote and produced a short horror film titled TWIN, premiering October 2016.

 

Robert Winslow,  Capture Film Editor Robert Winslow is an independent documentarian whose main project Dialogues has covered political polarization and themes of change in the Southern U.S.

Robert Winslow,  Capture Film Editor

Robert Winslow is an independent documentarian whose main project Dialogues has covered political polarization and themes of change in the Southern U.S.

Michael Graham, Capture Film Editor Michael Graham is the founder of CodeRocket, a software consultancy and digital agency focusing on commerce.  

Michael Graham, Capture Film Editor

Michael Graham is the founder of CodeRocket, a software consultancy and digital agency focusing on commerce.

 

John Cotton, Capture Musician John is an electronic musician and producer. He fronts the band No Thank You John, and composes for TV and Film.

John Cotton, Capture Musician

John is an electronic musician and producer. He fronts the band No Thank
You John, and composes for TV and Film.

Erik Simpson, Capture Musician Erik is a singer-songwriter from Cleveland Tennessee where he received a music business degree from Lee University. He is the front man of the folk trio Dream Jurnal.    

Erik Simpson, Capture Musician

Erik is a singer-songwriter from Cleveland Tennessee where he received a
music business degree from Lee University. He is the front man of the
folk trio Dream Jurnal.

 

 


CHA CAPTURE TEAM TWO

Bo Wheeler, Capture Film Editor - Lead Editor Bo Wheeler is a lifelong Chattanoogan. He works as a producer and editor for WTCI-PBS. He began his career in television production in 2001. Along the way, he’s explored local news, commercial and promotional production, and public media. His work explores a diverse range of stories on the mini-documentary series, Greater Chattanooga. He also edits and shoots for the regional travel series Southern Accents.

Bo Wheeler, Capture Film Editor - Lead Editor

Bo Wheeler is a lifelong Chattanoogan. He works as a producer and editor for WTCI-PBS. He began his career in television production in 2001. Along the way, he’s explored local news, commercial and promotional production, and public media. His work explores a diverse range of stories on the mini-documentary series, Greater Chattanooga. He also edits and shoots for the regional travel series Southern Accents.

Emily Compton, Capture Film Editor Emily Compton has worked as a producer at WTCI PBS in Chattanooga, TN since 2009, where her work has primarily centered around documentary storytelling. In 2013, she received a Midsouth Emmy® Award for her work on “One with Courage,” a public service announcement for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County. In 2014, she was nominated for a Midsouth Emmy® Award for her work on “History Makers: John P. Franklin, Sr.,” a documentary produced in partnership with the Chattanooga History Center. In 2015, she wrote and directed the documentary “From the Streets to the Stage: The Journey of Fredrick Davis,” which was distributed nationally by PBS in July of 2016. 

Emily Compton, Capture Film Editor

Emily Compton has worked as a producer at WTCI PBS in Chattanooga, TN since 2009, where her work has primarily centered around documentary storytelling. In 2013, she received a Midsouth Emmy® Award for her work on “One with Courage,” a public service announcement for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County. In 2014, she was nominated for a Midsouth Emmy® Award for her work on “History Makers: John P. Franklin, Sr.,” a documentary produced in partnership with the Chattanooga History Center. In 2015, she wrote and directed the documentary “From the Streets to the Stage: The Journey of Fredrick Davis,” which was distributed nationally by PBS in July of 2016. 

Jonathan Tryezz Fowlkes, Capture Musician Jonathan, also known as Tryezz, is a musician, visual artist, and dancer. He has been pursuing the arts since 2004, creating a myriad of musical and visual works. Always understanding that there is something new out there to learn, he is always a student.  

Jonathan Tryezz Fowlkes, Capture Musician

Jonathan, also known as Tryezz, is a musician, visual artist, and dancer.
He has been pursuing the arts since 2004, creating a myriad of musical and visual works. Always understanding that there is something new out there to learn, he is always a student.

 

Capture 2016 Video Upload Registration
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PLEASE NOTE! THE WEB LINK TO THE CAPTURE VIDEO UPLOAD IS GIVEN TO REGISTRANTS IN TWO WAYS:


1. IT IS INCLUDED IN THE CONFIRMATION (receipt).


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2016 KANSAS CITY Film Editors & Musicians


We Thank Our Capture 2016 Sponsors

Capture is generously supported by the George R. Johnson Foundation


Thanks to our Capture 2016 Kansas City partners Kansas City Film & Media Offices,Kansas City Film Society & KC Digital Drive


TWO CITIES, EACH POWERED BY CREATIVE PEOPLE AND FIBER OPTIC INTERNET, WILL COMPETE FOR THE CAPTURE 2015 FILM  PRIZE.

A unique, weekend-long filmmaking contest, CAPTURE will challenge people in both cities to take their cameras and smartphones to the streets to film up to five 30-second clips that give a window into their community and reflect the theme, which will be announced at the onset of the challenge. After the videos are uploaded, teams of professional editors and musicians will spin the crowdsourced material into cinematic gold. Anyone may enter the community portion of CAPTURE. The fee to enter is $5, and all proceeds go to pay for the editors and musicians. The films will be shown at dual Chattanooga and Kansas City parties the night of the Sunday, September 20th.


Capture is produced by The Association For Visual Arts