1. Teena and Gary - "Until My Dying Day" version


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    This version reflects the filmmaker's original vision. Two other versions with different songs were ultimately created to satisfy the client. The song in this version, "Until My Dying Day," is by singer-songwriter Matthew McCloskey (licensed through The Music Bed).

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    • Documentary: "Amen" is the story of two families uniting.


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      This is the full 33-minute version. Produced by Rockwellian Films, Los Angeles, CA. Contact: rockwellianfilms@hotmail.com Regarding music copyright: No copyrighted music files are attached to this film. Music falls into two categories: Royalty-free clips and portions of popular songs broadcast over a PA system at the event itself. Shot with two Panasonic GH3's at 30p (All-Intra). Please contact Rockwellian Films for more information. E-mail rockwellianfilms@hotmail.com.

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      • KorovaDTLA film and photo studio in Downtown LA's arts district.


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        Produced by Rockwellian Films. KorovaDTLA is a 14,000 sq/ft, two story industrial warehouse available as studio space for film and photo shoots. Located in downtown Los Angeles, this unique space with 14-foot ceilings, custom built sets, rooftop access with a stunning view, and a 25-foot cyc wall with natural light is the perfect location for a variety of productions such as fashion lookbooks, music videos, horror movies, and much more. KorovaDTLA is also available for use as basecamp and crew parking.

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        • Amanda and Kyle's Wedding September 2013


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          Produced, filmed, and edited by Den Martinez Second film camera: Luis Lagera Still Photographers: Michael and Jen Anthony Event Coordinator: Kim DiNardo DJ: Kenny Gibbs Song: "Now and Always" by Brooke Annibale Music Licensing: The Music Bed Intro Music: Den Martinez Camera: Panasonic GH3 at 30fps, 72mbps All-Intra

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