This short documentary film is the soul of my Godmother, Anna, a beautiful Native American mother, grandmother and wife who has fell victim to Alzheimer's. Throughout her lifetime Anna has watched many family members lose their battles with this disease. I felt compelled to grab my camera, capture Anna's current condition and show it only through her eyes. I hope you can admire and appreciate the amazing woman Anna is and was, along with the tremendous amout of courage her family has to open up the door and allow the world to know Anna. Shot & Cut By: Eric Latek Music By: Mauro Colangelo "Anna's Poem" Written and Spoken By her Daughter: Dianne Williams www.ericlatek.com
Throwaway Kids Part Fourteen The Kids stop to dance to their favorite song on the radio “Self Control”. Telah has plans for the radio after the music stops. Starring Dunaia Dockery, Jaunair Blake-Hart, Donte Dockery, Kendall Dockery, and introducing Leah Blake as Taz Directed by Harold B. Pritchett.
As much as we love their short skits, we couldn't find it in our hearts to let Derrick Comedy off easy for this disaster. Also, here’s our first venture into scripted territory, and we hope this is as enlightening as the full review. We intend to keep making these with every TSotSC video! Main Site: http://theclosetnerdnetwork.wordpress.com/
This is a very deep, intimate, and most personal project of mine. In some ways, you could say it's my life's work. Over twelve years in the making. "Tiger" is a story of boxer Gary "Tiger" Balletto, whose rise as a world champion boxer tried to unionize the sport of boxing. Along with his recent unfortunate accident that has left him unable to walk and his road back through recovery. Above all, "Tiger" is a true love story between Gary and his wife Christina and their bond to over come all. On a technical end, my approach was to film Gary and Christina's story in a passive, cinematic way, and allow what I capture to tell the story in and of itself. There will be no traditional/generic approach to this documentary of splicing in interviews, and forcing the story when it is finalized. It will just "Be". I want this to feel bigger than a traditional documentary. I want it to feel Epic. In many ways, its my life's work since I graduated college. Its a film that has been my Life Lesson. My Fight as well. Its a project that has pushed me and proved the point to never give up on seeing a project to the end. The style expresses my love for cinema and a way for me to filter the sometimes harsh reality I have had to capture. For over a decade, it's been me, my camera, and an amazing story. Please share this with everyone. Still much work to be done with documenting the progress of this story. But I promise, this will be a story that moves the world. Shot & Cut by: Eric Latek Original Score by: Mauro Colangelo tigerthemovie.com ericlatek.com maurocolangelo.com
First shown at the ROFLCon III supercuts panel. Editing by Duncan Robson. Music by Joel Robson. http://joelrobson.bandcamp.com/track/three-point-landing http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ThreePointLanding http://dunk3d.tumblr.com
Music by Joel Robson. http://joelrobson.bandcamp.com Thanks to tvtropes and everyone else who helped me to collect these. If there's a good clip I missed, let me know in the comments. http://dunk3d.tumblr.com @dunkr
A woman goes to make amends for the things she's done as an alcoholic. But is she too late? A short film, written by John Sylvain. Directed by Colin Campbell. Produced by Matt Ima. Edited by Molly Fitzjarrald. Original music by Chris Horvath. Cinematography by Fortunato Procopio. Starring: Jen Dede, Sarah Gossage, Joseph Grimm, Nick Holmes and Melinda Cat.