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Julian Jung Lee
Barbara Gehring
Trygve Lode
Michelle Grove
Gary Hansbrough
Gayle Galvez
Mark Grove
Darlene Cypser
Bob Gosnell

Darlene Cypser, producer

Producer - Darlene Cypser



In early 1999 Darlene was in the process of starting up a small venture capital and investment company called The Midgard Corporation when she was asked to help out with Dragon and the Hawk and so began her journey in the world of film production and distribution.

After forming Inferno Film Productions, LLC, with Trygve Lode and Mark Grove to finish Dragon and the Hawk, she completed the formation of The Midgard Corporation and several other businesses in the Midgard family including: Asgard Entertainment, LLC, Bifrost Distribution, LLC, Valkyrie Illumination, LLC, and Warrior Quest International, LLC.

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Darlene Cypser and Carl Hunsaker
Darlene Cypser and Carl Hunsaker at the negative cutting facility

With her usual energy and adaptability, Darlene has embraced the world of filmmaking and is recognized for her expertize in the legal and business aspects of both production and distribution. She organized the "Legal Aspects of Film and Video Production Conference," sponsored by the Colorado Film and Video Association and Comcast, held in Denver, Colorado in September 2003 and was invited to speak on a panel about film distribution at the Midwest Entertainment Industry Conference in November 2003.



An attorney licensed in both New York and Colorado, Darlene practiced law in Boulder, Colorado from 1988 through 1999, specializing in small businesses, contracts, tax law, and landlord and tenant law. During her time in Boulder, Darlene also wrote several articles on legal subjects including the "Survey of Colorado Landlord and Tenant Law" published in the Colorado Lawyer in 1991 and a series of articles on the rights of single parents and "International Law & Policy of Extraterrestrial Planetary Protection," published by Jurimetrics Journal in 1993, "Liability for Induced Earthquakes," published by the Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation in 1994 and "Induced Seismicity and the Potential for Liability under U.S. Law" published by Tectonophysics in 1998. Her annual Writer's Pocket Tax Guide is a particularly popular reference for professional writers.

Darlene whips the crew into shape
Dragon and the Hawk