1. This film pays homage to those beautiful moments that may only live on in memory.

    Actress | Anji Rogers
    Director | Andrew Aldridge
    Cinematographer | Dillan Forsey
    Camera Assist | Chris Stiles

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  2. Watch the World's Top Skydivers compete over a landmark drop zone with all the action to be caught on State of The Art RED Cameras! Welcome to Dubai!
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    My Name is Lincoln - STEVE JABLONSKY

    Guardians at the Gate - AUDIOMACHINE

    Outro - M83

    Akkadian Empire - AUDIOMACHINE

    Brain Mismatch - AUDIOMACHINE
    (Not Available on iTunes)

    Music Clearance -- The Rights Workshop

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  3. Support Tsepo at http://www.indiegogo.com/schooling-tsepo?a=820896

    Shot on Canon 60D!!!! with Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 and Sigma 24-60mm f/2.8 and some homemade grips rigs.

    Tsepo Ramonene possesses the usual marathon runner’s physique, a modest height with a slight frame and no body fat to be seen. It’s no wonder he has to wear multiple layers of t-shirts and jackets to keep warm, winter in Lesotho can be bitterly cold. When you first meet Tsepo you soon get the sense that he will not be asking many questions. He is a very quiet and humble young man and after learning more about his situation and where he is coming from, you can see the reason for his timid persona.

    When you asked Tsepo what he does, he simply replies, “I run”. Running is Tsepo’s life. Both his parents are unemployed. His dad receives a very small pension from working in the mines, but not enough to support the family. Tsepo is the sole breadwinner he feeds his family with the small winnings he earns from his races. His parents are proud of his achievements so far and they know when he goes to a race he will return with something.

    The current marathon world record is 2h:03min. Tsepo’s personal best is 2h 16min, within Olympic qualification standard. This shows great talent and potential considering his age. At the age of 20 he has plenty years ahead of him to develop his talent. With the right support, coaching and nutrition Tsepo could be a world champion. Before a race he eats white bread with tea. His grandmother sometimes gives him USD6 from her monthly pension which he uses to buy energy drink sachets.

    Tsepo’s wish is to finish his schooling. He has only completed primary school. As his parents couldn’t afford to send him to high school which is about USD185 a year in Lesotho.

    His dreams are to have a proper home and one day build a house for his family.

    Tsepo will be competing in the London Olympic marathon.

    UPDATE: Tsepo ran the London 2012 Olympics marathon in 2:55:54, finishing 85th, last among the classified athletes.

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  4. A boy is reborn with memories of his previous lives and tries to fix the mistakes of the past.

    Tribeca Film Festival 2011
    Toyota Film Award Film Expo Asia

    Director: Bruce Thierry Cheung
    Writer: Jeremy Craig Cheung
    Producer: Jacob Robinson


    Vittavas Teeta
    Salitgaeert Jeemoon
    Natthakan Wiwatkitsakul
    Chananon Chomphusri
    Songwut Chomphusri
    Supoj Insamean
    Thitima Pothaya
    Pitsanu Srimongkol

    Voice Over by Pratya Mothan

    Song is "Svefn-G-Englar" from Sigur Ròs

    Shot on Canon 7D.

    Cinematographers: Bruce Cheung and Jacob Robinson
    Associate Producers: Ananwat Phuwiban and Lauren Santiago
    Production Manager: Chin Tangsakulsathaporn
    Transportation: Peeratat Pothawin
    Production Assistant: Tossapol Tangpitaksamer

    Special Thanks: Visra Vichit-Vadakan, Chananun Chotrungroj, Pornmanus "Bo" Silpasart, Raksak Kongseng, Andinh Ha, Brantley Jones, and my family

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  5. In Blue, 22-year old Jess has been building walls of denial after her father was diagnosed with cancer. When her father helps paint her room the color she’s always wanted (blue), he is there when she realizes where there is life, there is hope . . . and true peace lies in acceptance. Visit http://blueshortfilm.blogspot.com/p/watch-film.html for Behind-the-Scenes vidblogs and to keep up with the happenings =)

    Ending song - "Gold to the Sleeper" is available for download on the site as well.

    For Spanish subtitles, click here: vimeo.com/57693312

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