1. A discussion with Ziad Doueiri, Ben Affleck, Dror Moreh, Joshua Oppenheimer, Mark Danner, and Michael Winterbottom. Moderated by Annette Insdorf. Telluride, CO, September 2, 2012.

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  2. Jeb Berrier sits down with Bonnie Curtis at the 2011 Telluride Film Festival to discuss the film Albert Nobbs.

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  3. Trailer for Rain - a short film from Tom & Sam McKeith of McKeith Films, Sydney Australia.

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  4. Dos adolescentes compran marihuana y caen en un mundo de violencia y corrupción que no sabían existía. / Two teenagers buy marihuana and fall into a world of violence and corruption they didn't know existed.

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  5. “Stop Breakin’ Down”

    Robert Johnson brought a guitar-case full of troubles with him on the night of his mysterious murder which is linked to flashbacks of his relationships and two possible reasons for the sudden acquisition of his talent: the crossroads and influences of other musicians.

    Who was Robert Johnson?

    The world knows him today as one of the fathers of the Delta Blues.
    But who was he, really?

    Everyone who knew him had a different opinion.

    To his field-hand stepfather, Robert Johnson was a dreamy kid who refused to work in the cotton fields and longed to play the guitar.

    To Blues great Son House, Johnson was a pesky teenager trying to wish himself into being a great guitar player, a dime-a-dozen kid without talent but desperate to succeed, who hung around juke joints bothering musicians to "sit in" on a set.

    To itinerant blues guitarist Ike Zinneman, Johnson was an ambitious young man who absorbed the guitar technique of other musicians like a sponge, a kid with a phenomenal ear for music who became great faster than anybody could have imagined.

    To the audiences who heard him play all over the South and up into Chicago and New York, he was the arrogant, handsome black man who played better than anybody had ever played, who wanted greatness so much that he went down to a Mississippi crossroads one midnight and sold his soul to the Devil in return for a short life and a talent that would live forever.

    "Stop Breakin' Down," looks at these different interpretations of Johnson's life. The script is structured around the night of his murder, linked to flashbacks to his youth, his relationship with Son House, and two possible reasons for his sudden acquisition of the blazing guitar technique: the crossroads legend, and the influence of Ike Zinneman.

    STOP BREAKIN' DOWN was my thesis project while I was a student at Loyola Marymount University. It received a Student Emmy, screened at The Telluride, Atlanta, Sienna Italy, Berlin, Worldfest and two dozen other film festivals. Feel free to contact me at glennmarzano@yahoo.com

    NOTE: All though this was shot on 35mm the transfer to digital is not viewed well on a full screen.

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