Breaking Silence

On Veteran's Day, 2015, we launched the website and trailer for a passion project we are hard at work on: Breaking Silence, a web series that strives to create a community for those suffering from post-traumatic stress across all boundaries, and to educate all of us, because we all have been or will be touched by it in some way, whether we suffer it ourselves, or know someone who does. Please check it out and stay tuned for more on this front.

Film Fests and Awards A-go-go!

We are thrilled that our productions have been honored with numerous awards and recognition over the years. And we have a few more laurels and accolades to add to the list. Steampunk adventurer Topsy McGee VS The Sky Pirates just took high honors at the New York City International Film Festival by winning Best TV Pilot, and it simultaneously appeared at the Marche du Cannes at the Cannes Film Festival.

Our adorable children's short The Many Mini Quests of Rouge et Brun is an Official Selection of the Brooklyn Film Festival's kidsfilmfest.

And our mockucomedy Con Artists is rockin the film fest world and is carrying its Official Selection laurels to the many screenings for GeekFest.

Thanks and congratulations to the whole team for another nod and we hope you continue to enjoy our adventures!

Archive

June 2014: We are thrilled to celebrate 10 years of our independent production company. We have be able to work with amazing talents and collaborators and create a very impressive roster of projects that we couldn't be more proud of. The list of laurels and accolades is just icing on our Monkey Cake! Thanks for all the support!

March 2014: We have a new and exciting action logo that appears on our co-produced web-series Group 935 and will appear in credit rolls for future projects!

January 2014: We screened our feature Con Artists at Mockfest 2014 and were up for the Zelig Award.

February 28, 2013: Shelf Life Season 4 Premiere Party, to kick off our season and celebrate with our donors, we launched Season 4 (aired March 5) in style.

June-August 2012: IndieGoGo Crowdfunding for Season 4 of Shelf Life. we raised 10% over our $30K in 30 Days goal, amassing almost $35K for production of our biggest season of tiny action figures yet.

December 18, 2011: We held a screening of Tumbling After in association with Movies You May Have Missed in conjunction with the release of the DVD.

October 2011: Season One of Shelf Life begins airing weekly on YouTube.

June 25/26, 2011: We shot Season One of our single-camera comedy webseries Shelf Life in MKP Studios. Our (MKP's) first production in our new space!

April 2, 2011: Several Web-Series have shot at the space, as well as photo shoots and industry mixers. And we're excited to begin production on a Web Series of our own this spring!

July 10, 2010: Hard at work on the Studio build, while Con Artists is in post.

June 15, 2010: Monkey Kingdom Productions Studios is almost open, and we've already shot the first production (a friend's web series) there. 

March 1, 2010: Con Artists is currently in post.

October 9, 2009: Tumbling After won an Award of Merit from the Accolade Film Festival.

Monday, June 29, 2009: TUMBLING AFTER submitted to nine feature horror genre film festivals. Fingers crossed as we wait to hear which we are accepted to. Follow us on twitter: www.twitter.com/tumblingafter.

Friday, June 20, 2008: Composer Julia Newmann and sound designer Kevin Patzelt join the production team for TUMBLING AFTER.

Monday, January 22, 2007: Tumbling After Trailer Now up on YouTube.

Tuesday July 5-18, 2005: Principal Photography for TUMBLING AFTER. Read the Press Release for TUMBLING AFTER.

Friday, May 13, 2005: MKP's first film, short thriller LOVELY, completes post production and is sent to film festivals.

Saturday November 20, 2004: MKP signs up with iGive.com to raise money on holiday shopping on-line (at hundreds of internet stores) and a portion of your purchase will be donated directly to the film.

Saturday October 9, 2004: The MKP FUNdraiser goes up at the Santa Monica Studios to much success. Guests enjoyed 3 live DJs, a world-renowned projectionist, fire spinners and hoop dancers as well as delicious food, wonderful bar and live auction and raffle.

Friday August 13, 2004: Graphic Designer Joseph Gilbert has generously donated one of his monkey designs for Monkey Kingdom Productions CafePress goodies, check out the fun new monkey goodies!