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HEYYO!!! If you like this video by all means check out my Skinfection Trilogy, as well as Day of John.
I stayed up all night eating skittles trying to finish this submission for the ABC's of Death contest. I think I have an ulcer. I ran out of sugar in my coffee, and decided, "hey? why not live a little?" and I tossed a few skittles in my coffee. Wow. Talk about tasting the rainbow. And Apparently, rainbows taste like batteries.
Anyway, enjoy our little movie. It's about my parents.
Cast: Chris Nash
Tags: Chris Nash's Parents, plastic surgery, face lifts, bad doctors, horror, Magnetic Feild Rejuventators, friends, blood, DOUFEL, ABC's of Death, Alamo Drafthouse, Birthday Massacre and ruining Mike Falcore's career
In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we talk with Sound Designer Kyrsten Mate and Re-recording Mixer Gary Rydstrom from Skywalker Sound about their work on Tomorrowland directed by Brad Bird.
When a scientifically minded teenager (Britt Robertson) discovers a technologically advanced trinket that provides an astounding glimpse of the future, she enlists the help of a reclusive inventor (George Clooney) to make "Tomorrowland" a reality today.
Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as "Tomorrowland."
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Cast: Michael Coleman
“CLOUDS OF GRACE, Yosemite Water,” is a film by world-renown filmmaker, Sterling Johnson. This beautifully edited film, photographed over a period of 13 years, was shot entirely in Yosemite National Park. It is a masterpiece to be watched again and again. The glorious waterfalls, pristine lakes, and sparkling streams, along with Yosemite’s immense rock mountains, create a deep sense of awe at Yosemite’s natural beauty. This visual and emotional experience is simply breathtaking. It will make you thirst for more.
“CLOUDS OF GRACE” Diane and David Arkenstone have combined their music artistry and creativity, and unique writing talents to produce beautiful, awe-inspiring, heart-awakening sounds that will reach down into the very soul of the listener. Diane states that her “greatest joy is in writing, because in creating music I feel a profound freedom that gives me a reason to live and love every day.” Diane and David Arkenstone and AH NEE MAH have combined their many talents to provide the rhythmic, melodic,and pulsating Native American-inspired music for “CLOUDS OF GRACE.”
Cast: Sterling Johnson
Produced for the History Channel. Follow CIA operatives from Islamabad to Afghanistan as they fight the Cold War’s final battle.
Cast: Wild Eyes Productions
THE NATURE LAB OVERVIEW
For its 100th anniversary, the Natural History Museum of L.A. County embarked on a 5 year, $135 million transformation that has filled the museum with science, technology and wonder. As part of this transformation, Unified Field Inc. designed and developed several multimedia interactives for the Nature Lab, a permanent exhibition celebrating the biodiversity of Los Angeles.
Cast: Unified Field
STARRING: Lisa Porter, Myrsadyse PangBurn, Dianne Zankich, Paul Hird, Donielle Mitchell and David Locksley
DIRECTOR: j+j (twojings.com)
PRODUCERS: Christine Ritchie, Ralph Hsiao and Jing Shao
D.P.: Martim Vian (partos.com)
PRODUCTION DESIGNER & EDITOR: Jess Jing Zou
H&MU: Alex French
COLORIST: NORTON (at Nightshift LA)
STUNT COORDINATOR: Johnny Yang, Malay Choeung
1st AC: Alicia Fischmeister, Mike Valentine
2nd AC: Lee Koko
GAFFER: Will Elder
KEY GRIP: Rich Robles
SOUND: Jordan Evans, Ken Kobayashi, YeMing Chen
PA: Ellie Chaika, Rainer Weinbrenner, Sabina Fooks
EXTRAS: Joe Bergman, Jared Morgan, Gabriel Alvarez, Rhoda Pell
SPECIAL THANKS: Jeff Obrow, Hill St Boxing Gym, Del Amo Mobile Home Park, Ian Ward, Jim Evans and Geoff Campbell at Untitled, Kris and Alex Cho, our amazing cast and crew and Son Lux.
This is an unofficial music video. All song rights belong to the amazing Son Lux.
One thing I learned from sitting in traffic is that nothing ever happens. Yup, exactly, hours of ‘nothing ever happens’. Thousands of people staring into their phones, waiting for the lights to change.
On this particular day, however, God prepared something very special for me, I met Reggie.
You know that awkward moment at the stoplight when a man or woman in need walks by your window asking for some pocket change and you start anxiously pretending to be looking at your phone? That’s how I met Reggie.
He approached my car with his tiny jar looking for change, I reached into my wallet to see if I had any, and all I could find was a $20 bill. “That’s too much for him”, I thought. At this time, as he was close enough to me so that I could see his face. I was stunned! I have never seen anything like that before. His face was disfigured from burn marks and his speech was affected.
I didn’t feel any fear or pity, I just remember having a very clear thought that this man needs the $20 bill in my wallet way more than I did. The man said ‘thank you’, and kept going.
Have you ever met someone with a story? This man had a story, and I decided I wanted to learn it.
As he was walking away, I said:
What’s your name?
Reggie, he said.
What happened to you, Reggie? Considering his looks, I thought that’s a questions he’s been asked many times before.
I was in a fire.
Did your house catch on fire?
No, I set myself on fire…
I was stunned. Why would anyone set themselves on fire? I couldn't squeeze a word out for some time. The light was about to change, but I was determined to find out more. I asked Reggie if I could come back to hear his story, and he kindly agreed.
I was back on Reggie’s corner 2 days later. In the next 8 minutes you’ll hear his story. This accidental encounter has brought a lot of positivity in my life. I only ask that you pay close attention to what he’s got to say. His current attitude towards life, driven by the conclusions he made through his difficult times, is just as important as the journey itself.
We honk at other cars in traffic, we cuss at slow drivers, we are so angry and impatient all the time. And then, there’s Reggie. He carries the burden and pain of his prior mistakes, and yet there’s not a glimpse of negativity. Reggie isn’t blaming anyone, he isn’t out for revenge or justice. Reggie is, for me, a refreshing reminder to be grateful and aware of all the beautiful people and precious moments in our lives. He also reminded me that there is always more to someone than what appears on the surface. We’re too quick to judge, to place a label and dismiss, to hide our faces in our phones to avoid eye contact.
So, my friend, stop for a moment and listen. After all, you might be sitting in traffic right now, and someone with a story like Reggie’s could be walking past you.