“Humane Resources” lightheartedly explores the workplace relationships of a Chicago humane society while exposing the audience to the importance of pet adoption and charity. David’s dreams of corporate life are challenged when he discovers that doing good work can mean more than building a resume.

Created by Shaun Baer and produced by Steven Callas.


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Independent Filmmaking

Independent filmmaking is entering its golden age with resources and equipment being at their most affordable levels ever. What used to be a $1 million benchmark for making a film, it has since dropped significantly to the point where entire features are entering theaters with budgets of less than $100,000. The advent of New Media has opened distribution and money-making doorways that are changing at an exponential pace. Because of these changes, filmmakers are turning to web series and using tools like affordable DSLR cameras, software that can run on any laptop, and immensely popular channels such as YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion to not only publish their stories, but to make money, win awards, and have a genuine impact on popular culture.

What we need

  • Equipment and insurance
  • Cast and Crew Salary
  • Insurance
  • Location Rental Fees
  • Marketing and Development


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