Growing up in the small town of Goodland, Josh Doke was the only kid in his class interested in film.
Doke couldn’t even talk his friends into making films with him, he said.
Even so, he graduated with a degree in film and media studies at the University in 2012. Shortly after graduating, Doke and a group of friends created a production studio called Rockhaven Films.
Most of the Rockhaven crew met at the University and organically formed friendships through classes and the film club.
"When it got to be our senior year of college, we had a meeting and we decided that we had two options," Doke said. "We could go to New York or L.A. and try to break into that film industry, or we could stay together, start a business and make the films that we want to make down the line." Read more.