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EPIC10 Films is a film and video creative company owned and operated by veteran filmmaker Don Casper who manages all aspects of your production. Through strategic partnerships with a team of talented production specialists, EPIC10 creates a seamless workflow from scriptwriting, production, post-production, editing, motion graphics, audio, music and color grading to maximize productivity and keep costs low. We carefully craft the blending of motion picture images and sound that will bring your story to life and create the most effective result.

Don Casper, Filmmaker Bio

An Emmy award winning filmmaker and owner of EPIC10 FILMS, Don has directed and edited hundreds of corporate videos, TV commercials and has worked on multiple independent films throughout his career. His work has been broadcast internationally, been featured in the New York Times and has received multiple awards from independent film festivals.

A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, he currently serves as Adjunct Faculty at Monroe Community College where he teaches post-production in the Visual and Performing Arts Department and has been a guest lecturer on post-production at the RIT School of Film and Animation.

Don has a history of volunteering his talent to support the Rochester film community. He provided marketing and film production support to the 360|365 film festival, serves on the board of the Greentopia Film Festival, has been on the judging panel for multiple local filmmaking competitions and provides production support each year to the Rochester Teen Film Festival.

Don also is an avid outdoorsman who volunteers his time to the stewardship and building of local hiking trails and is a volunteer member of the National Mountain Bike Patrol.

Here are some project highlights:

The Dalai Lama Film (in-production)


Don currently is the Editor on a feature documentary being produced and directed by Mickey Lemle about His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. Philip Glass will be composing the soundtrack. This film is due to be completed by late 2015.

Turn the Page (in-production)


Don is co-producer on the feature documentary, Turn The Page which focuses on incarcerated parents reaching out to their kids from behind bars through reading stories on audio tape. This film is due to be completed by late 2015.

Adam Imitating Art (2015)


Don co-produced and handled all editing and post-production services for this short narrative comedy about mistaken identity at a film festival. The film is an Official Selection of the 2015 Raindance Film Fesitval.

Restoring a Masterpiece (2010)


Don edited the Emmy nominated Restoring a Masterpiece: The Renovation of the Eastman Theatre, a documentary narrated by Philip Seymour Hoffman and distributed on Public Television.

Signs Of The Time (2009)


Don created, produced, directed and post-supervised the feature documentary, Signs of the Time, which investigates the origins of baseball hand signals and their links to Deaf Culture. Narrated by Richard Dreyfuss, the film has been featured in the New York Times, is currently airing internationally and has earned multiple awards including the New York Emmy for Outstanding Documentary.