the future was yesterday
THE TIME IS NOW
the past is forever
Let's bring a television series to Minneapolis
With the demand for original content on streaming services growing, now is the time for Minneapolis filmmakers to take flight.
With your help, we are now shopping Bleed Millions around to be picked up by a top network or streaming service.
Just like how the major sports teams elevates community pride, having a major TV series set here will be a game-changer for the Minneapolis and Minnesota Culture.
We'll show the world that we have the diverse talent to play on the global stage. Show the world that we are a resilient, creative, thriving city while creating balanced film opportunities for all.
Who We Are
Film Freed is a nonprofit that produces films, documentaries, and TV while teaching the art and technique of filmmaking through hands-on, experiential opportunities.
In January 2022, we moved our headquarters from Milwaukee, WI to Minneapolis, MN and are excited to bring our fresh approach to the twin cities!
What We Do
Film Freed helps Minneapolis & Milwaukee filmmakers bring their projects to life by providing the training and support they need to be successful. But we can’t do it alone.
For over 6 years, we’ve made great films with aspiring filmmakers and helped hundreds of people get their films off the ground or across the finish line. But there is so much more work to do.
With the success of Bleed Millions, Film Freed will be able to:
Expand consulting services to serve more filmmakers.
Benefit a wider spectrum of artists and filmmakers.
Showcase what our city has to offer and bring Minneapolis to the forefront as a thriving cultural epicenter.
Project Accolades include:
ScreenCraft Awards - 1st & 2nd place finishes
Finalist for the Sundance Catalyst Program
Sundance Award Winning Consulting Producer
Late Bloomers was in the top 5% of the BlackList 2016
Participated in over 50 films in the MKE Film Festival
Managed productions with over 300 total people
Puffin Grant Recipient
See some of our work below in reverse chronological order. Some pieces are rated R.