Captivated Artist Productions Inc. (CAP Inc.) is a production services company focusing on independent productions in the U.S. and Canada.
Roberta Marie Munroe, its Chief Creative Officer, is an author, former Sundance programmer, and award-winning producer/director of over 40 short form projects. Munroe has personally produced short and feature length projects with budgets ranging from $30K to $1.2M, and she has written and directed several short films that achieved exceptional festival and distribution results. IMDb
With Munroe at the helm, CAP Inc. acted as the production services company for AT&T Hello Lab, producing 5 short films with budgets of approximately $175K per film. Munroe produced 3 of those films for AT&T, including The Lost, which enjoyed significant festival success and is nominated for a 2018 Artios Award.
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CAP Inc. also produced The Parker Tribe, a half-hour comedy pilot that won the coveted 2015 New York Film & Television Critics Award after premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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In independent filmmaking, you need someone you can trust, who understands not only the intricacies of indie film budgets, but also the responsibilities filmmakers have to their teams and investors who help make their dream come true.
Roberta Munroe is a champion of indie filmmakers worldwide. Choose CAP Inc. and Roberta Munroe for your production needs — you will not be disappointed!
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Former Sundance Programmer, Award-Winning filmmaker, and author Roberta Marie Munroe will be sharing her in-depth knowledge with filmmakers on how to make short films that guarantee success.
Short films have been enjoying the spotlight and launching the careers of filmmakers on a global scale at film festivals such as the Toronto (TIFF), Berlinale, Cannes, Palm Springs ShortsFest and many more.
“Making a short can be a very daunting and difficult task. However, it can also be fun, inspiring and the perfect launching pad for artists looking to make feature films, work in television or continue to make short format content! My Masterclasses help filmmakers understand what elements must be in place to make their short a viable project.” – Roberta Munroe.
About Roberta Marie Munroe: A short film programmer for the Sundance Film Festival (2001-2006), and author of the Amazon Best Seller How Not To Make A Short Film: Secrets From A Sundance Programmer, and an award winning short filmmaker herself, Munroe understands well what it takes to make a great short and get then to get maximum distribution for it.
While no expert can ever know anything truly…Roberta is the only writer who’s ever addressed what not to do creatively, what to do practically, and how to execute it. So read the book and go make a short that just might find its way into the Sundance catalog.
From the foreword,
Tom Quinn, Magnolia Pictures
Roberta Munroe's advice and insights on our project were invaluable to its success from its premiere at Sundance Film Festival and beyond. It is exciting to think that all filmmakers will have access to her incredible mind and experience through this book.
Tiffany Shlain, Award-winning Director/Producer/Writer
The Tribe, the #1 downloaded short film on iTunes
Founder of The Webby Awards
She is that rare person in the film world who can not only recognize an inspired, great film, but actually help you make one.
Mark Duplass, HBO Room 104, HBO Togetherness, and Sundance & SXSW award-winning filmmaker
This is a perfect time to do that. Right now, I’m offering one-on-one artists $275 an hour with no minimum. I’ll review your work, and then these intensives happen on the phone or via video conferencing (Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, etc.).