Welcome!

Welcome to kb films, a small-scale production company specializing in lifestyle and adventure cinematography. Whether it be a wedding or documentary, network show or corporate office, we will produce art that tells your story of people and place.

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The 2014 Winter Solstice Mine Burn was held up in Deep Creek, CO., at the Deep Creek Mine, a few miles south of Telluride. The mine burn is held twice annually – once for each the spring and summer solstice. We were fortunate enough to be able to be in town for the winter event, and the spring one is now definitely on the calendar!  Make sure to watch the video here!

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The Telluride Mushroom Festival celebrates all things mycological, from the newest advancements in mushroom science to the famous mushroom cook-off. Annually held in Telluride, Colorado, the Festival Capital of the Rockies, the TMF is a can’t miss event in one of the most beautiful locations on earth. Thank you to Dan Collins and the Telluride Institute for having us up for the 2014 Festival! See the video here!

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Dow Jones News Fund Inc. (DJNF) hosted their 2014 summer digital internship training camp at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism May 25th – 31st, 2014.

The Dow Jones News Fellows are students from around the country who are put through a week-long training course to prepare them for their internships at some of the nation’s premiere news outlets, such as The Denver Post, Alabama Media Group, New Haven Register, and Indianapolis Star. Check out the video here!

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Overtaken 2 – Where Are They Now premiered on January 14th at Cinepolis Luxury Theater in Laguna Niguel, CA, and was screened at the 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival.  Check out our Overtaken Page to see the short and full-length versions. We also got a super cool write-up on the film from the OC Register!

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Check out an awesome write up on us by Lowepro on their blog here and their coverage of our Joshua Tree trip!

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We were recently featured in a great article on the Colorado River Re-Storied Project by the Lake Powell Chronicle!