In addition to his other talents, Charles also flexes his writer-producer-actor muscles through Critical Noise Lab productions. Check out his latest productions here, and come back often for updates on new projects.
During the summer of 2015, Charles took the Art of Comedic Storytelling class at Magooby’s Joke House. Check out his well overdue foray into stand-up!
For the last few years, Charles has performed as the character, Levi, on Planet M Productions’ hilarious scripted sci-fi podcast, EOS 10. Check out Seasons 1 and 2 on iTunes, out now.
In early 2012, Charles Lipper produced all video content for the Ad 2 DC (DC Ad Club) Service Project benefiting Space Of Her Own (SOHO) in Alexandria, VA. The project lasted 4 months, including location scouting, 2 days of shooting, casting, composing, editing, and mixing. Charles Lipper was awarded SOHO’s Chrysalis Award for their greatest donor of the year.
In 2012, TIVA DC awarded this spot a Silver Peer Award in the Pro Bono category and a Bronze Peer Award in the Commercial category. Charles’ credits on the :30 TV spot include Producer, Director, Offline Editor, Re-recording Mixer, and Co-composer with Elise Major.
Charles’ credits on the web videos include Producer, Writer, B-roll Director, Offline Editor, Re-recording Mixer, and Co-composer with Elise Major.
Charles’ credits on the :60 Radio spot include Producer, VO Recordist, Mixer, and Co-composer with Elise Major.
In 2013, the Washington, DC 48 Hour Film Project awarded this film the Best Use of Line. All creative and technical aspects of a 48 Hour Film Project are constrained to 2 sleepless days and should be judged in the spirit of the competition.
Article 112 is a sitcom concept ready for network pitch. 3 episodes are written and the pilot is fully produced. Please contact Charles Lipper for inquiries.
In 2011, TIVA DC awarded this film a Silver Peer Award for Cinematography, a Bronze Peer Award for Overall 48 Hour Film, and a Bronze Peer Award for Melissa Leebaert’s performance. All creative and technical aspects of a 48 Hour Film Project are constrained to 2 sleepless days and should be judged in the spirit of the competition.