1. MURNAU THE VAMPIRE (2007) Oscar Alvarado´s

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    OSCAR ALVARADOS´S free animated short film. Created only with Blender (www.blender.org) This short film is a free adaptation from the original film "Nosferatu" directed by Frederick Murnau in 1922. MURNAU THE VAMPIRE was presented for first time in the BLENDER CONFERENCE in Amsterdam en 2007. In 8 months Oscar Alvarado works in the production of MURNAU THE VAMPIRE, and the entire short (27 minutes) was made only by Oscar. The soundtrack and the musical theme was composed by the italian goth band, "Theatres des Vampires".

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    • The Rep - Trailer #1 - What is a Rep?

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      In creating the documentary, the question of what repertory cinema is has come up many times. This short video will hopefully explain what it is, and give a little perspective on the world of rep. Music Credit: Við Spilum Endalaust by Sigur Rós "The Rep follows the first year of business for Alex, Charlie, and Nigel as they try to make their theatre, The Toronto Underground Cinema, a success in the dying world of repertory cinema. The film also places the cinema in context to the larger world of rep. Featuring interviews with theatres such as Film Forum in NYC, The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, and The New Beverly Cinema in L.A., and celebrities such as Kevin Smith, Edgar Wright, John Waters, Atom Egoyan, and George A. Romero, the world of repertory cinema will come alive as a vibrant and culturally significant medium that needs to be preserved." For more information on The Rep check out www.therepseries.com Follow The Rep on Twitter at @therepseries Follow The Rep on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Rep/115780261823290

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      • ch-ch-ch-ch-CHANGES!

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        A unique, award-winning Los Angeles Theatre Company located in the trendy Los Feliz Village has changed its name to Skylight Theatre Company as it shifts its focus towards finding, developing, and producing new works by Los Angeles writers.

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        • Skylight Salute 2013 honors TERRENCE MCNALLY

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          If you love theater you won't want to miss this! Buy individual tickets or purchase an entire weekend pass at www.skylightsalute.com or call 702-582-8587. Join BARRETT FOA, LISA KUDROW, TYNE DALY, ED ASNER, DAN SAVAGE, JOHNNY GALECKI, SHARON LAWARENCE, JASON ALEXANDER, JUSTIN KIRK... and many more. Since his Broadway debut as a playwright in 1964, the works of TERRENCE MCNALLY have captivated audiences for nearly sixty years. The winner of four TONY AWARDS, he is one of the godfathers of the American Theatre. Skylight Theatre Company is honoring him for a lifetime of achievement with an entire weekend of events, September 26-29, 2013. Barrett Foa, (NCIS - Los Angeles, Avenue Q) invites you to join him and other theatre-lovers for the 2013 Skylight Salute honoring Terrence McNally. Events include: A STAR-STUDDED GALA, a CELEBRITY READING of a never-before heard update of Mr. McNally’s hilarious comedy, "IT'S ONLY A PLAY". A WRITER'S PANEL that focuses on the doors Mr. McNally opened for writers tackling LGBT characters and themes for the theater, TV and film. AND an opportunity to meet Mr. McNally at a PRIVATE opening RECEPTION.

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          • Khoj Theatres Promotional Video, 2010

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            • Saving the Hollywood

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              Single-screen neighbourhood movie theatres have entered their twilight in Canada. Vintage cinemas from the silver screen's Golden Age are simply too vast to attract today's dwindling movie audiences in the numbers required to make them viable as businesses. As a result, many of them are either being demolished for condos or shopping centres. In Vancouver, British Columbia, a group of dedicated locals have decided that a similarly-threatened heritage cinema, the Hollywood Theatre, deserves to be saved from the wrecking ball. They have formed the Save the Hollywood Coalition in order to prevent the theatre's current owner from turning the 1935 building into an American-owned fitness centre. The Coalition sees an alternative: they envision the Hollywood as a multi-purpose venue, serving the entire community. "Saving the Hollywood" tells their story as the dramatic battle over Vancouver's shrinking cultural landscape continues.

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              • COLONY THEATRICAL TRAILER - eONE

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                Directed by Jeff Renfroe, THE COLONY is a post-apocalyptic action-packed thriller starring Laurence Fishburne, Kevin Zegers and Bill Paxton. RELEASED APRIL 26TH 2013, The Colony is now available on DVD/BluRay and on all VOD platforms in the U.S. and Canada. It is distributed in Canada by eOne and in the US by Image Entertainment. Chosen Best Film - Fantastica Panorama by the Melies Jury at the 46th Sitges International Film Festival, The Colony is now being released worldwide through the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014.

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                • Hastings Theatres

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                  Between 1900 and 1940 in the Hastings Street district (which I’m defining to include streets a couple blocks off of Hastings) there were, by my count, about a dozen theatres. That number, by the way, includes only distinct buildings – not cases of multiple owners buying a theatre and changing its name with every purchase (e.g., the second Pantages Theatre at 20 W Hastings which was also known during its life as the Beacon, the Odeon, and the Majestic). Most of the earliest theatres in the district began truly as theatres, versus cinemas, housing vaudeville acts and plays. By the 1930s and later, however, most gave way to the craze for movies and duly adapted. The City of Vancouver, in my judgement, made a series of less-than-optimal choices that resulted in a stretch of Hastings that once had three theatres on it (Columbia, the Cameraphone (the name was chnaged to the National soon after it opened), and the 2nd Pantages/Beacon/Odeon/Majestic), and which were knocked down, one by one, to await development when it’s deemed most profitable; until that time, this stretch of Hastings is a community garden. No doubt, enough ink has been spilled over the sad loss of the original Pantages Theatre (1907-2011) one block east of the community garden site. March/2014: I have recently noticed references to three other Hastings area Theatres. Text references to the Rose Theatre and the Crystal Theatre indicate that these were in roughly the same block as the original Pantages Theatre. In addition, there are images of the very early Imperial Theatre (700 block, Main Street, near Georgia) which appears to have been in disuse for many years -- at least from 1919 to 1943. I'm not sure when it was destroyed, but for a number of years it was home to Walsh's Auto Parts and Wrecking (the facade of the building was changed very little). A 1919 image of the Imperial Theatre may be found at Vancouver Public Library's historical photo site here: http://www3.vpl.ca/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll?AC=GET_RECORD&XC=/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll&BU=http%3A%2F%2Fwww3.vpl.ca%2Fspe%2Fhistphotos%2F&TN=PHOTOS&SN=AUTO24468&SE=6046&RN=3&MR=20&TR=10000&TX=1000&ES=0&CS=0&XP=&RF=briefweb&EF=&DF=Full+Photo&RL=0&EL=0&DL=0&NP=2&ID=&MF=&MQ=&TI=0&DT=&ST=0&IR=20390&NR=0&NB=0&SV=0&SS=0&BG=&FG=&QS=&OEX=ISO-8859-1&OEH=ISO-8859-1 A later (1943) image of the Imperial may be found on City of Vancouver Archives here: http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/exterior-view-of-walshs-auto-wrecking-on-main-street-showing-facade-of-former-imperial-theatre;rad If you are interested in seeing more in this series of Street Corner Histories, you are welcome to check them out and/or bookmark them for future reference:https://vimeo.com/album/2512320

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                  • Express Tickets

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                    This is a piece I recently completed for Hatch Animation in Nova Scotia, with Mike Hachey and Julian Marentette as producers. I designed the concept based on a script provided by Hatch. Storyboard design, illustration, animation done by Goodspeed Productions. 3D text animation by Stephen Blacker at Hatch. I'm very happy with the way this spot turned out, as the client was initially hesitant based on the dark visual style. Thankfully, with a little creative nudging from myself and the producers, the spot ended up looking almost exactly how I conceived it. The client wanted high tech, but as I laughed about later when I realized it, whenever I hear 'high-tech' my mind immediately goes to 'retro-high-tech', and that's what I designed. While I'm sure that's not what they originally wanted, this project had absolutely the fewest revisions of anything I've worked on.

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                    • Magnum I Am

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