1. The Man Who Shot The Man Who Shot Lincoln

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    from Drew Christie / Added

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    View more of my stuff here: www.democracyforthecartoons.blogspot.com An animated interpretation of the strange life of Boston Corbett, the man who killed John Wilkes Booth. It was animated in charcoal, pastels and crayon on the pages of 12 paperback books. The driver's side window of a box truck was used as the light box for animating because I made the entire thing while I was at work (a job I no longer have). Music by Spencer Thun. Sound and Voices by Ian Picco. Winner-Best Short Film, Local Sightings Film Festival 2010. Official selection Atlanta Film Festival 2011.

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    • "A Gypsy's Prophecy"

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      from Whitestone Protege Program / Added

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      Craig Rhee's Narrative Protégé Film. Starring John Chatham, Kayla Jeffries and Andrew McClure. A part of the Whitestone Motion Pictures Film Protégé Program. Production Company: Whitestone Protege Program www.whitestonemotionpictures.com

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      • I Am Myself Alone: Discovering John Wilkes Booth - Episode 1

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        from lupoblu / Added

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        Actor Montgomery Sutton explores the life and history of John Wilkes Booth in the places where the events happened. In this episode, visit the land where he was born an raised near Bel Aire, Maryland, and the home he lived in as a teenager, Tudor Hall. For more information on Second Thought Theatre's Booth, visit www.2tt.co -- for more information on Tudor Hall, visit spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com Filmed on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera on location in Bel Aire, Maryland. Intro and Outro filmed in Dallas, TX on the Panasonic GH2.

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        • "Black Canyon's Crossroads for the Restless" Trailer

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          from Nathan Poppe / Added

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          Enid folk band Black Canyon crafted a concept album following two lovers who are torn apart by the Civil War. Told through seven songs performed in seven locations, this concert documentary details the hardships of war and the power of love. The film climaxes in its final act when the band visits the final resting place of David E. George in an Enid furniture store. According to local legend, he was thought to be John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln. Shot by Oklahomans in Oklahoma, this music film illustrates the beauty and simplicity of Black Canyon's original music. Check out more info about the film's June 10 premiere here... http://bit.ly/iPyUEI

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          • Conspirasode 1

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            from Joshua White / Added

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            This is a little clip made as a an add on to my Movie Conspiracy, a legomation telling the story of Lincoln's Assassination. This clip does not appear in the film but is a historically accurate account of one of John Wilkes Booth's stage Appearances. in this scene from the play "Apostate" Booth is Playing the Character of Pescara and is engaging in a sword fight with fellow actor James C. McCollom who was playing the villain. Surprisingly both booth and McCollom were Mildly wounded in the mock engagement, by the carelessnes of the other. Thank you for watching. Joshua

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            • Ed Steers: Historian/Author

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              from Jack Kelly / Added

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              Dr. Steers was trained as a molecular biologist graduating from the University of Pennsylvania (BS 1959, PhD 1963). He joined the staff of the National Institutes of Health and worked as a biomedical researcher in collaboration with Christian B. Anfinsen (Nobel Prize winner in 1972) until 1984 when he was appointed Deputy Science Director for intramural research in the Diabetes and Digestive Diseases and Kidney Diseases Institute (NIDDK). He retired in 1994 and took up writing fulltime in his favorite avocation, history. During the past thirteen years Dr. Steers has published four paperback books and four hardcover books dealing with Abraham Lincoln, and the Home Front during World War II. Equipment used: Canon XF300, Canon EOS T3i. Edited and graded with FCPX and Motion 5.

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              • Sic Semper

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                from John Chirikjian / Added

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                U.S. History Class Project Grand Jury Prize Winner for the 2011-12 Gilman Film Festival The story of John Wilkes Booth and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln alongside Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Starring Chris Cortezi, Max Cortezi, Zane MacFarlane, and Riley DeSmit. Organized by the Gilman School in Baltimore, MD. Special Thanks to Daniel Citron and Dr. Kelly.

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                • Dear Sir (Edwin Booth)

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                  from lupoblu / Added

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                  For more information and tickets, visit 2tt.co Booth by Steven Walters story by Erik Archilla and Steven Walters Grantee of the 2013 TACA Donna Wilhelm Family New Works Fund May 23-June 14, 2014 (Previews May 21 and 22) At Bryant Hall on the Kalita Humphreys Campus 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX. In 1881, Edwin Booth wrote this letter in reply to Nahum Capen, an autograph collector that had inquired about Edwin's personal experiences with his brother John. The video features Frank Mosley (who plays Edwin Booth in the play), is directed and features music by Ian Ferguson, and was shot and edited by Montgomery Sutton. Video produced by lupo blu (lupoblu.com)

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                  • A Teacher's Tour of Ford's Theatre

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                    from The Gilder Lehrman Institute / Added

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                    Historian Matthew Pinsker (Dickinson College) leads a tour of Ford’s Theatre campus, including the main building, the Petersen House, and the Center for Education and Leadership, to explore how history teachers can use the site’s exhibits to teach students of all grade levels.

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                    • Launch Party Vancouver, Episode 4 'Booth'

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                      from Mike Macadaan / Added

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                      Mike Macadaan chats it up with Designer Bill Wetherell.

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