1. I can't believe we made it.

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    from Bart Mitchum / Added

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    If you grew up in the 1950's through the 1980's this is a tribute to you making it to adulthood.

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    • THE LANDING - Short Film

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      **ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, ITALIAN AND ARABIC SUBTITLES AVAILABLE** A man returns to the Midwestern farm of his childhood on a desperate mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960. View trailer: https://vimeo.com/55338337 imdb.com/title/tt2831474 | www.thelandingfilm.com/ | facebook.com/thelandingQPIXFILM See our VFX featurette: https://vimeo.com/113455347 WINNER - Best Short Film - 46th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival (2015 Academy Awards® Qualifying Win) WINNER - Best Foreign Film - 18th LA Shorts Fest (2015 Academy Awards® Qualifying Win) WINNER - Best International Short - 38th Cleveland International Film Festival WINNER - Youth Jury Award, Best Short - Rhode Island International Film Festival, 2014 WINNER - Best Short, Screamfest® Horror Film Festival, 2014 WINNER - Jury Award, Narrative Short - Beverly Hills Film Festival, 2014 WINNER - Octopus d'Or, Best International Short, Strasbourg International Fantastic Festival, 2014 WINNER - Prix du Public, Courts des Iles Festival, 2015 WINNER - Best Real Image Short Film, FANCINE, XXIV Fantastic Film Festival of Málaga WINNER - Best International Live-Action Short - 10th Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival WINNER - Best Of Fest & Best Sci-Fi Short - FilmQuest Festival 2014 WINNER - Best Narrative Short (50 minutes or less) 2013 IPAF ATOM Awards WINNER - Honorable Mention, Narrative Short, Fargo Film Festival, 2015 WINNER - Best Director, Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival, 2014 WINNER - Golden Tripod for Best Cinematography in Short Film, 2014 National ACS Awards NOMINATED - Best Direction in Short Film, 2014 Australian Directors Guild Awards NOMINATED - Best Editing in a Short Film, 2014 Australian Screen Editors Awards NOMINATED - Best Production Design, Original Score, Sound and VFX, 2014 St Kilda Film Festival OFFICIAL SELECTION HIGHLIGHTS Warsaw Film Festival, 2013 20th Austin Film Festival, 2013 Foyle Film Festival, 2013 Brisbane International Film Festival, 2013 Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, 2014 Byron Bay International Film Festival, 2014 Omaha Film Festival, 2014 Sarasota Film Festival, 2014 Imagine: Amsterdam International Fantastic Film Festival, 2014 Arizona International Film Festival, 2014 SCI-FI LONDON Film Festival, 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival, 2014 St Kilda Film Festival, 2014 Huesca International Film Festival, 2014 Festrioa International Film Festival, 2014 Revelation Perth International Film Festival, 2014 Fantasia Film Festival, 2014 Rhode Island International Film Festival, 2014 Hollyshorts Film Festival, 2014 Cambridge Film Festival 2014 MOTELx - Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, 2014 Shnit International Shortfilmfestival, 2014 KEY CAST Father | Henry Nixon Edward | David Roberts Young Edward | Tom Usher KEY CREW Director | Josh Tanner Producer | Jade van der Lei Written by | Josh Tanner & Jade van der Lei Executive Producers | Mat Petrenko, Rob Matheison & Murray Berghan Associate Producers | Alana Jessop & Jacob Livermore Production Design | Charlie Shelley & Christopher Cox Cinematographer | Jason Hargreaves ACS Composer | Guy Gross Sound Designers | Tony Vaccher & John Dennison Editor | Derryn Watts Visual Effects Supervisor | Richard Waterhouse © PERCEPTION PICTURES PTY LTD 2013 CONTACT: JOSH TANNER (director/writer) tannerofjosh (at) gmail.com JADE VAN DER LEI (producer/writer) jade (at) perceptionpictures.com.au

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      • Covert Peep Show

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        I didn't have time over the holidays to make any new episodes. So here's a special treat - a peep show to watch when you don't want anyone to know you're looking at naked women on the web. 18 + yrs.

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        • The Silly Bastard Next to the Bed

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          JFK places a salty call to his staff, questioning a potentially embarrassing expenditure. The blowback is hilarious… and a little haunting. We were nominated for Vimeo video of the week - if you've got a second to vote, it'd be cool.... http://www.awardeo.tv/video/100981004/53d6a4d8521e690d59258fbc If you're on IMDB, love to have some votes for the Bastard, too.. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3414666 @scottcalonico http://www.scottcalonico.com I have an infrequently updated podcast where I talk about Presidential phone calls http://www.scottcalonico.com/category/podcast/ The original video that started it all - https://vimeo.com/101236495 Here's where the film has shown/will show in the next few months. Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2014 Audience Award -- Best Short Doc Florida Film Festival 2014 Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival Shorts Night 2014 Boston IFF 2014 Maryland Film Festival 2014 Sydney Film Festival 2014 Oak Cliff Film Festival 2014 SF DocFest 2014 Woods Hole Film Festival 2014 Bumbershoot One Reel 2014 DC Shorts 2014 Traverse City Film Festival 2014 Scott Calonico holds a Bachelors of Science in Radio/TV/Film production from the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters of Arts in International Journalism from City University, London. Currently he works as the head of video production for GFI MAX Software in Edinburgh, Scotland. His short films have been shown at numerous festivals in the United States as well as being purchased by networks such as Comedy Central. In the UK, he has served as a freelance audio/video consultant to companies and organizations such as The Safehouse Arts Gallery, Belfast, allthings.io, Waracle Softwareand the BBC. He was a producer and animator on "No No: A Dockumentary" which is being released theatrically in the United States in the fall http://www.indiewire.com/article/the-orchard-throws-a-no-hitter-acquires-rights-to-no-no-a-dockumentary

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          • NUTTY: "Back In Black (And White)"

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            Nutty: Back In Black (And White) Released as "Nutty: Back In Black", this music video was part of a Nutty show captured live at the Hip Kitty in Claremont on March 26th, 2011. It was a recent contender at the Dances With Films Festival and the subsequent HollyShorts Film Festival, both held at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, and winner of the Golden Ace Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival at the LVH Theatre. The project was an ambitious endeavor to capture Nutty in the moment, with the idea of creating a composite promo video and/or individual song videos. This video is of Nutty's rendition of the AC/DC super hit, "Back In Black", which Nutty retitled--as they do with all the songs they 're-interpret'-- "Back In Black And White". Press quote from Martini Crew Booking: "If you've ever tried to wrangle 100 unruly extras during the filming of a critical scene allowing only two maximum takes, you'll start to get an idea of what we were up against in the filming of "Nutty: Back in Black". Except that we didn't have 100 extras - we had 100 GUESTS. These folks had PAID to see the performance, so we weren't about to boss them around. That's right, the entirety of "Nutty: Back in Black" was shot with only three cameras during a LIVE performance at The Hip Kitty, a spectacular jazz venue in Claremont, CA. Communication was impossible due to the decibel level, so everything had to be worked out ahead of time. Mark Vanheerden ran hundreds of feet of cable to take 12 isolated tracks of audio from the various sources on stage so that we had pristine audio to mix from later. DP Clay Westervelt conferred with Camera Ops James Conant and Brad Carper to forge a plan of attack - covering wide shots and close inserts during other songs, but concentrating on high-energy and essential sync moments during Nutty's performance twist on AC/DC's "Back in Black". With no rehearsal, no on-camera direction, and no course-corrections, "Nutty: Back in Black" is a testament to what talented individuals can achieve with a little planning and some inspiring material. Go Nutty!" Cast: Nutty: Sonny Moon- vocals Guy Wonder- bass Dan Spector- piano Edmund Velasco- tenor sax Tim Gill- trumpet Phil Moore- bari sax Darryl Grama- drums Chris Williams- percussion Becca Grzeskowiak.....Woman in Red Dan Grzeskowiak.....Boyfriend Mary Guilliams.....Beautiful Woman Sunny Westervelt.....Waitress And the groovy staff at the Hip Kitty Producers: Diane Fredel-Weis Bob Weis Clay Westervelt Director: Clay Westervelt Cameras: Clay Westervelt James Conant Brad Carper Editor: Alex Twu Audio: Mark Vanheerden Graphics: Anastasia Pavlova PA/First AC: John Geronilla

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            • What is Dead May Never Die

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              Direction & animation by Kadavre Exquis This film is a time capsule in which you will shortly explore many things such as landing on the moon to film credits, passing through various experiments. Sit back and enjoy. KADAVRE EXQUIS : www.kadavrexquis.com | facebook.com/Kadavrexquis | twitter.com/KadavreExquis The jingle album is composed if available here: http://kadavrexquis.bandcamp.com/album/what-is-dead-may-never-die-ost-jingle-collection fgsohn@gmail.com FESTIVALS -CutOutFest 2012, (MX) -SLAMDANCE Film Festival 2013, (USA) -Anifest 2013, (CZ) -PAUSEFEST 2013, (AUS) -Florida Film Festival 2014, (USA)

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              • Goldfist

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                Agent 33 had an incredibly witty comeback for this one, but unfortunately his larynx was under the command of a far less gifted wordsmith. Some sort of play on the word "Sphincter." He forgot it when he woke up in the ER anyway.

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                • Two of a Kind

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                  A lazy saturday afternoon, this sexy girl wearing only a shirt and bikini bottoms decides to wash her old 1960's Holden. Nothing like an old classic car and a sexy babe to get things racing. Check out the awesome photoshoot as well here: http://littleredjet.com/two-of-a-kind-carwash Model: Emma Kate Music: Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer www.littleredjet.com www.jondagus.com

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                  • This is Derby (1966)

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                    Film produced in 1966 for a schools project by Norman Fitchett with children from Pear Tree Junior School in Derby. An article about this film appears in the Derby Telegraph Bygones pull out on Monday 24 June 2013. Catalogue Entry from MACE's Website: The film begins with shots of the River Derwent and Boy and Goose Statue in Derby. Next there are shots of stalls at Morledge Market and a policeman directing traffic. There are shots of Cockpit Hill and the Castle & Falcon Pub. This is followed by shots of busy street scenes and shops including Woolworths and H Samuels. Then we see shots of the Old Silk Mill Gates. There are shots of a group of children with clipboards on a trip around Derby and making notes. Next there are shots of Michael Thomas Bass statue, Derby Central Library, St Werburgh's Church, the Museum and Art Gallery, St Mary's Gate, County Hall, Derby Cathedral, The Olde Dolphin Inn, Markeaton Park, the ring road, Derby and District Colleges of Art and Technology buildings, River Mead House, Well Street, St Peter's Schools building, Breadsall Hill Top County Junior School sign and building, a match at the cricket round and at Derby County football ground. Then there are shots of Castlefields Shopping Centre, the Boy and Ram statue, Derby Market Auctions Office and shots of men with cattle at the market. Then there are shots of buildings in Friar Gate, houses being demolished, Willow House flats housing in Huntingdon Green. Then there are shots of St Albans Catholic Church, Pennine Hotel, Mecca Casino, the Eagle Bar, Laurie House Multi Storey Car Park and Top Rank bingo. Next we see vairous factory buildings including: Royal Crown Derby china building, Aiton Pipes, Ley's Castings Ewart Conveyors, Rolls Royce Ltd, Qualcast, FW Hampshire Co Ltd International Combustion Ltd, British Railways Workshops Carriage and Wagon Works, Fletcher and Stewart Ltd, British Railways Board Research Department Engineering Research Division, Taylor Woodrow Design Research & Development Centre. Then we see the group of schoolchildren looking up at a statue of Jedediah Strutt on St Peter's Street. Then we see children walking next to the River Derwent, shots of a plaque at Herbert Spencer's birth place and the Crown Derby factory. Finally we see the children at the war memorial, shots outside Ope & Taylor Ltd Chemists, children at plaque showing height of a flood 22 May 1932 and shots outside the Old Bell Hotel. Visit MACE's website to view other films of Derby at www.macearchive.org If you have an enquiry about this video, email info@macearchive.org The Media Archive for Central England (MACE) is the screen archive for the East and West Midlands. A registered charity, we exist to preserve the moving images of the region and provide affordable public access through our website, screenings, exhibitions and educational and community work. The film is the copyright of Norman Fitchett and Pear Tree Junior School, Derby.

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                    • Psychedelic Blues

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                      In this animated documentary, Peter Stampfel tells the story of how the freak folk band, Holy Modal Rounders first got together. DIRECTOR/ANIMATOR: DREW CHRISTIE ANIMATOR: DANE HERFORTH ANIMATOR: GABE ADAMS NARRATOR: PETER STAMPFEL PRODUCED BY: AMERICAN STANDARD TIME & DREW CHRISTIE MUSIC BY: DREW CHRISTIE, DAVID PUTNAM & THE HOLY MODAL ROUNDERS

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