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A short clip that only true stoners will find enlightening. Enjoy! www.myspace****/cannabischorus. Our CD is now available on Ebay by searching for "Cannabis Chorus" Thanks for watching! Capn
20 Nov 2007
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A power washer in the wrong hands can be deadly.
1 Dec 2007
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A young woman recounts a day that goes bad, as little annoyance compound and heartbreaking tragedy comes to light.
13 Dec 2007
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Based on the true story of the American dream destroyed by censorship, intolerance, and political corruption, this is a timely film that confronts the current environment where the line between religious power and political power is blurring.
4 Jan 2008
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Based on the true story of the American dream destroyed by censorship, intolerance, and political corruption, this is a timely film that confronts the current environment where the line between religious power and political power is blurring.
12 Jan 2008
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A departure from the traditional realism of British cinema, Preaching to the Perverted takes a look at the moral crusaders of government and the S&M world.
15 Jan 2008
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A documentary centered on the controversial art exhibition "The Venus Revolution" that displays sensual and exotic images of curvaceous women in an awe-inspiring manner. In a time where discussions of female exploitation and body image are at an all-time high, this artwork strikes at the core of many of today's most provoking topics and reveals one of the nature's most beautiful and widely adored creations - the glorious figure of the Black Woman.
16 Jan 2008
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Behind the scenes interview with the DYN students who made the recent Mean Boyz trilogy. This first time group of youth filmmakers created a 3 part spoof of the popular "Bad Boys" movie series. More Youth Created Media : www.iRemix****
23 Jan 2008
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The trailer for the surreal comedy about a hapless young man, Billy (Daniel Brodie), who becomes a corporate pawn for an evil blood donation clinic which is secretly using the blood to create a highly addictive new soft drink called Happy Red Drink. Directed by Nathan Blackwell. Squishy Studios
4 Feb 2008
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Clip of an incredible live instrumental break and rock guitar solo from Nunzio Signore of Jake Stigers and the Velvet Roots; a US classic rock band regularly touring the UK we just shot a feature length live tour documentary on. Perfect for fans of guitar solos, air guitar, the Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Mick Jagger, Steve Miller, The Who and other rock and roll legends. Full film out late 2008 at film festivals...
13 Apr 2008
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Opens February 29 in select theaters! Click here for showtimes and tickets: *******www.principlepictures****/beyondbelief "A moving and beautiful film about a pair of September 11th widows who have turned their own personal tragedy into a chance to help Afghan widows thousands of miles away. This is a human story about the universality of loss, grief, and the ways in which we search for healing." --Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner
23 Feb 2008
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The Commuter is recovering from oral surgery and thanks the Watchers for sending emails and letters of concern.
21 Feb 2008
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This is part 1 of a 5 part Interview I did with Cinematographer & Composer Gary Tarn & Hughes de Montalembert on Tarn's independent documentary BLACK SUN about Hughes life. In 1978, Hughes de Montalembert, a French filmmaker and painter living in New York City, was attacked by two men on the way back to his apartment. During the struggle, paint thinner was thrown into his eyes by one of his assailants, scarring and blinding him for the rest of his life. For many, the story would have ended right there. For Hughes, it was just the beginning. Eighteen months after being blinded, Hughes began to travel the world -- alone.
9 Mar 2008
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This is part 2 of a 5 part Interview I did with Cinematographer & Composer Gary Tarn & Hughes de Montalembert on Tarn's independent documentary BLACK SUN about Hughes life. In 1978, Hughes de Montalembert, a French filmmaker and painter living in New York City, was attacked by two men on the way back to his apartment. During the struggle, paint thinner was thrown into his eyes by one of his assailants, scarring and blinding him for the rest of his life. For many, the story would have ended right there. For Hughes, it was just the beginning. Eighteen months after being blinded, Hughes began to travel the world -- alone.
9 Mar 2008
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This is part 3 of a 5 part Interview I did with Cinematographer & Composer Gary Tarn & Hughes de Montalembert on Tarn's independent documentary BLACK SUN about Hughes life. In 1978, Hughes de Montalembert, a French filmmaker and painter living in New York City, was attacked by two men on the way back to his apartment. During the struggle, paint thinner was thrown into his eyes by one of his assailants, scarring and blinding him for the rest of his life. For many, the story would have ended right there. For Hughes, it was just the beginning. Eighteen months after being blinded, Hughes began to travel the world -- alone.
9 Mar 2008
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This is a part 4 of a 5 part Interview I did with Cinematographer & Composer Gary Tarn & Hughes de Montalembert on Tarn's independent documentary BLACK SUN about Hughes life. In 1978, Hughes de Montalembert, a French filmmaker and painter living in New York City, was attacked by two men on the way back to his apartment. During the struggle, paint thinner was thrown into his eyes by one of his assailants, scarring and blinding him for the rest of his life. For many, the story would have ended right there. For Hughes, it was just the beginning. Eighteen months after being blinded, Hughes began to travel the world -- alone.
9 Feb 2009
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