RiverPlex Gymnasium Murals
RiverPlex Gymnasium – Custom Murals
This set of five murals is featured in the Peoria Riverplex central gymnasium, one of the most active areas of the complex. The murals feature stylized sports graphics and active phrases viewable all across the gymnasium.
This series of murals was created by Exit Reality team member, Dakota Kuhlman, at the Peoria, Illinois, Riverplex.
I Am The Cure
I Am The Cure (2016) – Web Promotional Video
A supplemental crowdfunding campaign promotional video for our campaign, Remote: The First Chapter In The Red String Theory.
The Interview (2013) – Shirt Film
The Interview is a short film by Dakota R. Kuhlman of Exit Reality Entertainment.
Remote Kickstarter Video
Remote (2016) – Web Promo Video
As part of our March 2016 crowdfunding campaign for the feature film Remote, we created this Kickstarter promotional video. This video was the flagship of our campaign – a video we believe we perfected in editing.
Bad Beat (2016) – Music Video
Bad Beat is a short film inspired by the Halloween season and the desire to create. This short was filmed and editing in only six hours. After experimenting with different approaches, we discovered it synched well – in both timing and symbolism – with the song Heathens by Twenty One Pilots.
The Pale One
The Pale One (2014) – Feature Film
The Pale One is the first full-length film produced by Exit Reality Entertainment’s founder Dakota R. Kulman, in association with Jim Kelton.
The Pale One, which was filmed in 2013-2014 and premiered April 26th, 2015, is a fan film based upon the popular urban legend, Slenderman.
This full-length film was produced on a shoestring budget of $1200 – with rental of the historic Bartonville Sate Asylum accounting for 80% of the budget.
Special thanks to Jim Kelton, David Miller, Denise Miller, and the cast and crew.
Delay (2016) – Short Film
In collaboration Sir Snydley Productions and Actor/Writer Matthew Pleasant, Delay was our entry into Peoria’s very first 48 Hour Film Festival at the Peoria Riverfront Museum. The theme was Getting Older/Aging, the prop was a key, and the line of dialogue needed was “I didn’t expect that.” Delay was written, plan, produced, and edited in only 48 hours.