Latest Films Do Well in Festivals

Posted on September 15, 2015

The Denver 48 Hour Film Project judges have spoken and our team BS Filmworks took home an award in the “Best of Denver” competition  Our film ‘The Decision’ won Best Editing for Brock Sherman and competed as a nominee for Best Film. ‘The Decision’ is a story about a young woman deciding whether to follow… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Begins More Sub-Zero Work

Posted on September 2, 2015

This month, we begin production on alternate versions of a B-to-C film that we produced for Sub-Zero/Wolf/Asko – the high-end manufacturers of kitchen appliances. Our 2014 film showed them delivering premium Factory-Authorized experiences to their customers through their Colorado Premier Partner – American Appliance of Golden. “We’re thrilled that our film has been so successful,”… Read more »


On-Location in Croatia

Posted on August 1, 2015

  This month, our creative team flew overseas to begin production of our short film The Decision. The film will compete in Denver’s 48 Hour Film Project – an international competition where teams first compete locally to write, shoot, and edit a short film in 48 hours. Later the winning local films compete in a… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Wins National Award

Posted on July 11, 2015

This summer, a documentary film produced by the Takeda Entertainment creative team picked up a national Silver Telly Award – the top prize. Our short film “Melissa” competed in the documentary film category.  In this film, we followed Stage-4 cancer patient Melissa as she adjusted to life with incurable lung cancer. We captured moments ranging… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment In Pre-Production For Short Film

Posted on June 4, 2015

This month, Takeda Entertainment begins a co-production with BS Filmworks on a short film for Denver’s 48 Hour Film Project. We will write, shoot, and edit a film in 48 hours as a part of an international script-to-screen competition. “We love the 48,” said producer Scott Takeda. “We learn so much about being efficient storytellers,… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Produces Quick Turn Films for GM China

Posted on May 18, 2015

This week, our crews are headed to the west coast to produce a series of quick-turn client films for GM-China. We will shoot and air these films during a large international meeting with the top GM dealers from China and around the world. “We’re excited to help out the team running GM’s second largest market,”… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Shoots Narrative Film Series

Posted on April 7, 2015

This month, we begin casting principal roles for a series of short narrative films for Eli Lilly. Our goal is to tell heart-felt patient stories from all perspectives: the doctor, the caregivers, and the patient. “Normally we’ve been asked to tell patient stories by following actual patients using documentary techniques and crews,” said senior producer… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Ventures Into The World of 8K

Posted on March 9, 2015

We’re just wrapping up production on an 8K client film for Buick GMC. (Whew!) The current visual trend in the entertainment industry is 4K – images that are four times the resolution of high-definition. However for this project, our client asked us to produce an extreme, wide-screen image that totaled 8K in width. “Talk about… Read more »


Quick Turn Film for Buick GMC

Posted on February 19, 2015

          Director Scott Takeda and his field crews are just getting back from a series of three east coast shoots for a “Best Practice” film for Buick GMC. Our storytelling goal is to show viewers why Buick GMC will be successful at creating customer loyalty with a new financing program that is better… Read more »


Takeda Entertainment Produces Documentaries for Lilly

Posted on January 12, 2015

       This month, we finish up our cross continental field shoots for a series of documentaries for Eli Lilly and Company. This completes a long set of shoots where we’ve been following patients living life fully. These films will be shown at an upcoming meeting. “This is true documentary filming,” said director Scott… Read more »