Wilson Large

Wilson Large

D4 Productions LLC & One World Productions
Assistant Director, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Director, Editor, First Assistant Camera, Line Producer, Post-Production Coordinator, Post-Production Supervisor, Producer, Production Assistant, Production Coordinator, Screenwriter and Second Assistant Camera

Bellingham, Washington

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May 2013
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About Wilson

“Dark Darkness” Producer and Director Wilson Large has worked in the film industry for 20 years and has three titles in distribution. He has worked as director, producer, camera operator, editor, actor, and screenwriter. He served as director of Pickford Film Center’s Northwest Projections Film Festival from 2009 to 2011. He also served as a 2012 selection panelist for Washington state’s Artist Trust residency grant in the field of motion media arts. Large owned and operated a production company in Bellingham, Wa. for 13 years, selling it in 2011 to dedicate himself to producing and directing “Dark Darkness” and other narrative content. To help fund his endeavors making “Dark Darkness”, Large used a hybrid funding approach including tradition crowd funding such as Kickstarter as well as trade economies and community building/outreach to name a few. “Dark Darkness” is currently seeking funding for a feature film.
Large makes a living as an editor, producer, director and camera operator but also has a strong passion for lighting.

Credits

  • The Junkie

    The Junkie (2017)
    Film (Short and Horror) Producer An addict gets more than they bargained for reaching out for help.

  • The Gamers: To Be Continued

    The Gamers: To Be Continued (2015)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Producer A short film originally meant to be the post credits sequence in The Gamers: Hands of Fate. This scene ties together all of The Gamers and sets the stage for what's to come.

  • Shell Shock

    Shell Shock (2012)
    Film (Short, Action, Adventure and Drama) Editor A young Marine returns from war, traumatized and isolating deep in the woods in an abandoned shack; whiskey and gun his only companions. Teens playing paintball attack his already brittle sanity. Their worlds collide as a game of cat and mouse ensues, leading to a life or death confrontation. Written by Anonymous

  • Parkinson's Dreams About Me

    Parkinson's Dreams About Me (2011)
    Film (Short and Biography) Camera and Electrical Department A six-minute film featuring an untrained, but graceful and expressive, dancer. He performs to an original cello score and short, dream-like interview excerpts. Featured performer, Rick Hermann, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 20 years ago, in 1998, and has been living with the symptoms for one third of his life. 'Parkinson's Dreams About Me' captures and documents the emotional intensity of Hermann's experience through the film maker's attention to his graceful movements, both subtle and obvious. The film's director, Pam Kuntz, made this film to raise awareness of dance's therapeutic benefits for people with neurological disorders. Written by Anonymous

  • Liemba

    Liemba (2010)
    Film (Documentary) Editor An epic voyage down Lake Tanganyika aboard Africa's last surviving steamship.

  • Kung Fu Joe

    Kung Fu Joe (2009)
    Film (Comedy) Producer Kung Fu Joe, neighborhood hero and martial arts expert, must uncover the plot of a mad scientist and his bizarre minions bent on ruling the world.

  • The Cody Rivers Show

    The Cody Rivers Show (2008)
    Television (Comedy) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Midnight Money

    Midnight Money (2006)
    Film (Crime and Drama) Producer Semiahmoo Film's first independent feature, MIDNIGHT MONEY, explores the origin and eventual downfall of what some would call the grunt, or most line level drug smuggler. This sole individual, takes the most extreme risks and performs the actual smuggling operations. Filmed on location near active drug smuggling areas around Blaine and Bellingham, in Washington State, this independent feature follows a young man turned drug smuggler, Steve Quick, portrayed by newcomer and Pacific Northwest local, Ethan Ehr, during one night of his life. The film was shot using the same type of digital video camera like such films as 28 days later and Full Frontal. Written by Christopher Onyon

  • Bloody Mary

    Bloody Mary (2006)
    Film (Horror and Thriller) Producer When a group of psychiatric hospital nurses invoke the spirit of Bloody Mary-a supposed urban myth-the slaughter begins. First, a young nursing assistant disappears, her body never found. Now, patients are turning up dead-battered beyond recognition, soaked in blood, their eyes ripped out. Mary's wrath has begun. Freed from her eternal prison behind the mirror's reflection, she unleashes a murderous, maniacal fury upon the asylum. Moving at will through mirrors, she strikes when her victims are unsuspecting, defenseless, and alone. Bloody Mary's legend is real, her vengeance is fatal, and to free her, all you have to do is say her name. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

  • Dark Darkness

    Dark Darkness
    Television (Adventure and Comedy) Producer "Dark Darkness" is a new adventure-comedy-fantasy web series featuring dark lords, mythical crossbreeds, a vampire-wizard, a sorceress-ninja queen, mere mortals, and more. Led by Ronald the Dungeon Master - one of four protagonists - characters join forces, or conspire against each other, in a magical, fantastical realm. Characters struggle with their love of the dark, striving to solve mysteries amidst comedic high jinx. "Dark Darkness" is based on the award-winning play, "The Dastardly Death of Dr. Darkness," by Bellingham playwright Ben Eisner. This 2012 web series is produced by James Pidgeon and directed and co-produced by Wilson Large. Written by Maria McLeod

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