We're a 7-person -- female majority -- team of filmmakers. #cool
Just us. #TTCTeam
Our music video we shot for Bellingham band, Local Ghost, was an official selection in the 2017 Bellingham Music Film Festival. Legend has it, the video was filmed in the haunted remains of Speedy O' Tubbs, an old rock club were Kurt Cobain opened Skin Yard and Coffin Break. For real. Watch it, here!
Did you know Talking To Crows was formed in 2013? It all began over pizza...
We like pretty things. Model: @kennathefish Make-up: @sampencemakeup #nipsout
How the Talking To Crows team might have looked in 1992. Sooo grunge-y.
A frank conversation about male vs. female nudity in mainstream media. Yeah, we went there.
An annual photojournalism piece for March: women's history month. Everyday during the month of March, we release one photo of one woman, totaling 30 incredible local women. On the 31st, we release a compilation video of all of the women who participated. Women are nominated by the Women Among Us participants from 2017. The purpose of the project is to draw attention to the women who live and work in our community. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to learn all about these incredible people. The fun starts March 1, 2018!
Meet Mrs. Carleton!
This "Political Boss" is a character from the silent satire Just Like The Men: a 1912 screenplay written by the illustrious Ella Higginson. Never hear of her? Buckle up, kiddos...
Your garbage; our muse. #polaroidfever #sidewalklivingroom
In a nutshell: The incomprable Ella Higginson wrote a screenplay in 1912 about her real-life experience helping Frances C. Axtell campaign for Washington State's House of Representatives. They won, despite the fact that women had yet to hold office in Washington State, and despite the fact that women’s suffrage was still not nationally recognized.
For reasons unknown, it was never produced. 100 years later, we found this forgotten screenplay, and are totally going for it.
Want the full story? Trust us, you do. Check it here.
Are you staying up late agonizing over what WE think about movies?
We hear you.
Finally get some sleep at night thanks to our one-and-only film podcast, Crow Talk: Film Squawk! Every month, the crows choose a current film featuring a strong female role--acting, writing, directing--and offer three reasons to see it, and three reasons you might want to pass. Check it out for some serious squawking about our favorite thing!
Look at us, teasing you with this script. #totallymeantto
American Pizza is a multimedia animation following the rag-tag employees of a corporate pizza franchise. Accused of being simultaneously a little too high-brow and often ridiculous, American Pizza explores the complex relationship between customer and service worker, and the day-to-day scenarios in this corporate slice of low-end restaurant Americana. Oh, and the world is built entirely of paper puppets. Yeah. Deal with it. Wanna bite?