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New film production company set to open in GR




(Grand Rapids, MICH., November 22, 2011)- Despite the recent reduction in Michigan film incentives, Courtland Tell and Daniel VanderMolen are eager to unveil Tell Tale Productions, a new filmmaking partnership, on December 1, 2011. Tell Tale Productions is a film and video production company specializing in Pre-Production Planning, Corporate Videos, Online and Television Commercials, Short Films, Picture and Sound Editing, Special Event and Wedding Videography.


"There is a niche market in search of high quality video production services in Grand Rapids, and with our unique combination of skills and experience we're able to provide our clients with a fresh take on traditional filmmaking," said VanderMolen, Project Coordinator and Writer.


Courtland Tell will be the Production Director and Editor. Tell graduated with honors from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Film & Video production. Since leaving school he has had two official film festival selections for short films that he directed, produced, and edited.

A handful of feature films, corporate videos, short films, commercials, and music videos are the beginnings of his career.


Daniel VanderMolen will be the Project Coordinator and Writer. Daniel attended school at Columbia College in Chicago, where he graduated with honors with a degree in Film and Video Production. He has extensive experience in Screenwriting and Script Analysis, as well as a long history of Film Development and Production. In addition to his role at Tell Tale Productions, Daniel's current projects include co-authoring two online comics, as well as continuous work on both short and feature length film screenplays.



Tell Tale Productions is dedicated to providing creative and inventive video production services for clients big and small, and in all walks of life. Visit Tell Tale Production's website at **

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