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This is “Chattanooga Choo Choo.” According to Wikipedia, “”Chattanooga Choo Choo” is a big-band/swing song which was featured in the 1941 movie Sun Valley Serenade, which starred Sonja Henie, John Payne, Glenn Miller and his orchestra, The Modernaires, Milton Berle and Joan Davis. It was performed in the film as an extended production number, featuring vocals by Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly, and the Modernaires.” I recorded this film of a 1960’s-1970’s “Alpha Beta” market record that contains a compilation of “Big Band” hits. This features Tex Beneke & The Modernaires. Tex Beneke did live shows two decades after the end of the Glenn Miller Orchestra of which he was the front man. He got much of the Glenn Miller Alumni & the Modernaires to also play for his tour in the 1960’s so the sound and performances were true to form and were spot-on. The recording quality is excellent and the performance is amazing. It was also done in true stereo. It was featured on the album titled, “Reunion in Hi-Fi.” I love the energy of this particular performance and stereo sound quality of the song compared to even the original from the 1940’s.
  • 6 Oct 2009
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Tracy & Teresa {The Wedding Morning}
  • 27 May 2009
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Welcome to Moving Pixel Films! We filmed this in lovely Pasadena, Ca. Our congratulations go out to Tracy &Teresa who made this day very special even for us!
  • 1 May 2009
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Josh & Lisa were so much fun to film for this Bridal Film Short. From the moment the camera was rolling, they had so much fun with it. In fact, I could've made a whole separate film short with just the outtakes! When we do a Bridal Film Short, I do as little directing at first and as time goes by, we hold out the stops and see where it takes us. I find that this makes for a more interesting film. The beauty about these film shorts is that we film them in locations that are meaningful to you. It's my goal to film and edit in a way that really captures the spirit of the couple I'm filming. The more freedom I have in directing, the more I'll film interesting shots. It's all up to you. Doing this unscripted is so much fun. I never know how the final product will come out and that's the best part for me. This is art!!
  • 9 Oct 2008
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Filming Donald & Cindy was a long fun day. The wedding & reception took place The Mission Inn in Riverside, Ca. As you can tell from the video, this is a prime location when it comes to photos & video. Everywhere you turn, you find gorgeous architecture of renaissance & spanish styled facades. One great thing about this day is that everything took place here from the morning on. This is not only good for me but everyone is a lot less stressed. The wedding day can have people on edge but this day, everyone was relaxed and just enjoyed themselves. The guys were......well, they were guys! They had fun cracking jokes at each other as they prepared for the day. I also enjoyed it because these were old friends from my high school days. Cindy and her friends & family were preparing in a big room they have there. Their room had all of the amenities that you expect of a 5 star hotel including fresh wine & cheese. Once they were all ready and moved into the wedding chapel, it was time to get the show on the road and they did with style. They held all of the stops and made it a day to remember. Cheers, Donald & Cindy. May the two of you live long & prosper! God Bless, Jacob Morales
  • 26 Sep 2008
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This is a piece I worked on for a Los Angeles church television show. It was the intro to their pilot episode that was set to air on TV last year. With little time and small amounts of footage or photots, I pieced together this intro using motion. They were a vibrant people so I wanted to convey movement or motion in the clip.
  • 25 Sep 2008
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This is a teaser reel for a documentary I will be working on for 2008-2009 for Exodus8one.org, a human rights organization. One week before the start of the olympics, a controversial protest made news around the world. I had the priviledge to be a part of this protest in the form of being the multimedia producer for this project. It’s interesting to see the wide spectrum of views that people take in the face of protests. This documentary will shed some light on the issues that were raised and explore the topic of human rights protests locally and abroad.
  • 24 Sep 2008
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This piece is called "A Grandfathers Love Story." It's the telling of memories that go back to the 1950's in California as my grandfather was married. With the use of old family photos and light motion work, the story of his wedding day comes to life. These stories are worth telling and putting to film to keep as an heirloom for future generations to keep and pass on. Don't let your family stories get lost to time.
  • 20 Sep 2008
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This is a teaser reel for a documentary I will be working on for 2008-2009 for Exodus8one.org, a human rights organization. One week before the start of the olympics, a controversial protest made news around the world. This documentary will shed some light on the issues that were raised and explore the topic of human rights protests in other countries.
  • 18 Sep 2008
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This is a slideshow/short film from a few years back. It has a mixture of photos & videos from childhood thru to their dating years. Visit: http://MovingPixelFilms.com for more samples & booking information.
  • 23 Sep 2008
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http://www.MovingPixelFilms.com - Meet Me In The Fields was produced by Daniel Jacob Horine. Direction & camera work by Moving Pixel Films.
  • 19 Sep 2008
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Filming Josh & Lisas wedding was filled with a day of the usuall excitement that comes along with weddings. For the Pre-Ceremony, the bridal party was getting ready in a beautiful mansion above the foothills of San Dimas. It was a gorgeous setting. Normally we shoot candid footage but this day, we had a fun group of people that wanted to pose and try some fun shots so we obliged! With every wedding I've found that people really brighten up the day. After the wedding day is complete, it's not usually the food or decorations you remember, it's those special moments between you and your invited guests that you take away with you. Josh & Lisa we're such a fun couple to shoot! We also got to film an interview with them at Bonalli Park in San Dimas as well. All in all, the wedding day is what you make it and they made it a great one. They just went with the flow and kept any stress to a minimum and enjoyed their day. This video clip contains a little bit of all that we filmed from the interviews to the preparation & finally, the wedding ceremony. Cheers Josh & Lisa!
  • 17 Sep 2008
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