A short horror film, written by John Sylvain, directed by Colin Campbell, produced by Matt Ima. Starring Jen Dede, Roma Maffia, Shelley Wenk, Nick Holmes and Kimberly Atkinson. Cinematography by Fortunato Procopio. Edited by Molly Fitzjarrald. Original music by Jim Lang. On Halloween, a woman goes in search of her missing husband, only to stumble into a strange and terrifying store equipped with a dungeon.
The Salton Sea was formed between 1905 and 1907 when the Colorado River burst through poorly built irrigation controls south of Yuma, Arizona. Almost the entire flow of the river filled the Salton Basin for more than a year, inundating communities, farms and the main line of the Southern Pacific Railroad. One of the attractions of the Sea is the abundance of life, manifested in the hundreds of species of birds that reside in, or visit, this important wetland habitat. The Sea teems with fish. That is why some scientists have called the Salton Sea “California’s crown jewel of avian biodiversity” and perhaps the most productive fishery in the world.
Salvation Mountain is located in the lower desert of Southern California in Imperial County just east of the Salton Sea and about a hour and a half from Palm Springs. Salvation Mountain is Leonard's tribute to God and his gift to the world with its simple yet powerful message: "God Is Love." Leonard's passion has lovingly created this brilliant "outsider art " masterpiece resplendent with not only biblical and religious scripture such as the Lord's Prayer, John 3:16, and the Sinner's Prayer, but also including flowers, trees, waterfalls, suns, bluebirds, and many other fascinating and colorful objects.
There is another side to Los Angeles in the Latino community, a world which people are unaware of; a fascinating world made up of magic and mystery and fake or real healers. This film is an investigation into the Latino spiritual healing traditions. Latino immigration has brought not only its customs and traditions but also the curandero, the shaman, and santeros. They are all spiritual sources that help one to survive lifes' hardships, especially when you come from a far away land.
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with "The Candle", a short documentary film about New York City artist Marthalicia Matarrita and her brothers Tomas and Jorge. Through their many challenges growing up, they all shared one common means of escaping the harsh realities of their environment - their love of art. Video produced by Dan Perez for www.DanPerezFilms.com Music by Escape Philosophy via www.Stretta.com and Julien Lussiez www.Julienlussiez.com Visit www.marthaliciaart.blogspot.com to learn more about this talented artist
A clown, pizza guy and flower girl walk into a hotel... to kill someone. An ultra-violent action comedy with a chicken. Shot on the Red Epic in San Francisco, CA. Hacker - Eric Jacobus Pizza Guy - Thomas Tan Flower Girl - Rebecca Ahn Clown - Jonathan Stoddard Juicer - Jesse Chandler Directed by / DP - Tylor Bohlman Produced by Blair Kelly Assistant Camera - Daniel Soderberg Gaffer / Background Extra #2 - Geoff Taylor Key Grip - Steve Griggs SFX Makeup Artist - George Schminky Art Department - Joe Lumbroso Stunt Choreography - Eric Jacobus Line Producer - Rebecca Ahn Location Manager - Jeff Cryer Background Extra #1 - Greg Linden Chicken - Turkey Audio Engineer - Justin Valerio Color Grading - Blair Kelly Assistant Grader - Carver Moore Editing - Blair Kelly, Tylor Bohlman, Jesse Chandler Music by: Wild Boyz! - Stand Up (Original Mix) - www.facebook.com/wldboyz Filmed at - 20mission (20mission.com) More details at https://www.facebook.com/WakeUpJuiceCo