OxyBlues.com. This is a trailer for my latest film, OxyContin Blues. It's not Lil Whyte or Steve Earle. It's a harrowing, unflinching indie film about OxyContin addiction and Hollwyood, starring Randall Harvey, Alex Mindt, Jane May, Bill Crossett, and Bruce Mindt.
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A FORTUNE IN DIAMONDS...
ONE MAN HAS THEM...
EVERYONE WANTS THEM...
HUNTING FOR FISH
REAL retro. REAL grindhouse. REAL INDEPENDENCE. 21 years in the making comes - HUNTING FOR FISH.
A fortune in diamonds has been stolen, one man has them and everyone wants them. They’re all HUNTING FOR FISH. An ex-insurance fraud investigator turned thief, and her partner, a cocky black market dealer, are hired by a corrupt diamond jeweller to steal a fortune in diamonds from his own store in order to collect a hefty insurance claim. Before the job takes place the diamond jeweler enlists Wilson Fish, an elusive thief and con man, to help with the heist. What they don’t know is that the conniving Wilson Fish has a plan of his own— to betray everyone and take the diamonds for himself.
Armed with a 16mm Arriflex BL, a Nagra III with a Sennheiser 416 boom microphone, a few tungsten practical light bulbs and two four foot shiny boards powered by the magnificent Colorado sun (over 300 days of sunshine a year), Lance Lucero began production on the ambitious micro-budgeted film HUNTING FOR FISH. The risks were high and the odds were against all who were involved, but the movie Gods chose to smile on the production and the film was completed. The negative is in perfect order and the analog 1/4 inch sound is vibrant.
This film is OLD SCHOOL! Just like all the films that inspired most filmmakers of today. Made in the tradition of the filmmakers we all idolize, such as, John Huston, Sergio Leone, Frances Ford Coppola, George Lucas, etc. The cinematic pallet is painted by saturation and grain structure.
HUNTING FOR FISH is quickly becoming the last of it's kind - A FILM SHOT ON FILM!
Written, Produced, Directed and Edited by Lance R. Lucero
1 minute 33 seconds. FILM. Color. Stereo. 1.85:1 widescreen
Kissy Kissy is a multi-storyline film which follows the aftermath of a stalled movie project in Wellington, New Zealand. As the various members of the cast and crew resume their everyday lives, the intricacies of their relationships with one another become increasingly difficult, as their conflicting needs and desires become impossible to resolve.