Interviewed and written by Aaron Robinson – Editor
Los Angeles, CA — February 13, 2014 — Joshua Colover, with over 18 years of experience as a producer, screenwriter, and director, has become known for maximizing creative potential of a project while maintaining the production budget.
Throughout his career Colover endeavored to create some of the most compelling film, television, and multimedia productions. At the core of his pursuit is the firm belief that good storytelling will always be the most effective way to engage audiences of all ages while conveying key educational points. As a result of his ideals and passion, Colover founded Aperture Films in 2000 with Chris Blum, a fellow filmmaker with an additional wealth of experience.
Colover’s skills as a producer/director, combined with the talents of the Aperture Films team, have created many “one-of-a-kind” audiovisual and multimedia programs. Aperture Films projects range from capturing the first HD Footage from the summit of Mt. Everest while telling the story of the world’s first blind man to climb the mountain in “Farther Than The Eye Can See” to telling the story of D-Day with a giant screen immersive film in “Victory In The Sand”.
Colover’s work has been recognized with some of the industry’s highest honors, including Emmy nominations, CINE Golden Eagle Awards, and major film festival awards.
As a testament to the reputation and experience of Colover and his company, Aperture Films’ has been chosen to oversee film and media productions for clients including the United States Marine Corps, The National Park Service, and the National Science Foundation with budgets ranging from $250,000 to over $6 million.
Most recently Aperture Films debuted a PSA about the U.S. Army Gold Star Pin Program & Survivor Outreach Services on Fox. They produced three spots, which include 40 Army Survivors from across the country that came to Southern California to participate in the PSA film shoot, which will be airing on Fox throughout 2014.
For more information on Aperture Films and to view past film work, visit: www.aperturefilms.com .
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