1. "The Christian Weapon" an excerpt from The Cole Younger Story by John McAlpin


    from Dan Finkner / Added

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    The sword of the Spirit just got a whole new face.

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    • The West Machtesh


      from Omey / Added

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      Mitstpe Ramon 2014 Starring: Roni and Ido

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      • Barbed by All


        from Caleb Sams / Added

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        Animation made in adobe after effects using illustrations for Adobe Illustrator. For IM 110.

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        • A Cold Day to Die


          from Norman Hussey / Added

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          My first short film. A western shot on Super 8mm film about a quick-draw bounty hunter chasing a couple of outlaws and their hostage across the snow-covered landscape of the Old North West as they try to escape with their stolen treasure.

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          • Sabine Crossing


            from Tony Severio / Added

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            A man rides into town looking to settle a score with, Rattlesnake.

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            • Copper Canyon Ranch - Hopkinsville, KY


              from X-Rea Productions / Added

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              Copper Canyon Ranch is located 15 minutes north of Hopkinsville, KY. Owners Carole and Tim Emery have spent over two decades building it from the ground up. Beginning with prop style store fronts, they have worked their way into a fully-built western town complete with furnishings, props, etc. Copper Canyon Ranch hosts many types of events including, but not limited to, tours, gunfight shows, weddings, and pony rides. They would love to welcome everyone out! coppercanyonkentucky.com 270-269-2416 Video by Brad Rea of X-Rea Productions, LLC. 270-331-1395 xreaprod@gmail.com xreaprod.com

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              • Faces - Loopdeloop


                from Thomas Kastrati / Added

                My submission to Loopdeloop.org monthly contest. Theme was Faces. Music by Jim Kydonieus while I played harmonica Sound Design by Mathew Broomfield and Thomas Kastrati

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                • Old Hat (2013)


                  from Richard Ferrando / Added

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                  Official Selection: Big Bear International Film Festival, Film Fest Twain Harte, Mitten Movie Project After his car breaks down on a deserted road, a lonely man wanders into a Ghost Town. There he stumbles upon an old Cowboy hat laying in the dirt, and tries it on for size. He then discovers that the town is populated with many strange, familiar, and dangerous people. Shot on location at Bodie State Historic Park in the unforgiving landscape of the Eastern Sierra mountains of California, "Old Hat" is a film about the enduring power and magic of human imagination. https://www.facebook.com/oldhatmovie Shoot Details: Bodie, located near Bridgeport, CA, is an authentic Ghost Town that was abandoned in 1947 and was then preserved by the state. Due to the extremely limited budget, the filmmakers had very little time to shoot in the remote location. The entire film was shot in only 5-1/2 hours. To achieve this, two cameras were used on each of the film's 47 camera setups, and each shot was scheduled by the minute. To keep things moving fast, the crew was kept extremely small, consisting of only three people: Richard Ferrando (Director, "A" Camera,) Brett Pierce ("B" Camera,) and Greg Dow, (Grip, Still Photographer, Props Manager.) Credits Starring: Fox Valade Written & Directed by: Richard Ferrando Produced by: Greg Dow, Richard Ferrando, Brett Pierce, Fox Valade Co-Producers: Daniel Casey, Mark Thomas Elliott Original Music by: Devin Burrows Sound Design by: James Barker Executive Producers: Jim & Jodie Ellison, Kathleen Ferrando, Melanie Hatfield Associate Producers: Gary McLaughlan, Veronica Medda & Adam Johnson, Faisal 'Fes' Naqvi, Dick Rockwell Special Thanks To: Abraham Aguilar, Eleanor Dayton, Paul Eppleston, Carole Evers, Jared Garcia, Catherine Goddard, Jan Grudzen, Kris Hill, Wesley Human, Michael Kallio, Anne Ferrando-Klemet, Jeffrey Thomas McHale, Alexiss Memmott, Friends of the Ferrando Family, Ryan Reich, Chris Schloemp, Bo Stock, Jason Strong, John Vielee, David Wright Huge Thanks To: Dan Lauer, Cristin McKee, Heidi Perry And Enormous Thanks To: Ranger Thomas Gunther, Ranger Ryan Randar, Bodie State Historic Park, California State Parks, California Film Commission, California Highway Patrol, California Department of Transportation, Catharine Adamic, David Booth, CHP Officer Miguel Luevano, Rick De La Rosa, Philip Kohn, Walker River Lodge, Shaun Escayg, Mike Hourihan Insurance Services: Supple-Merrill & Driscoll, Inc. Copyright 2013 Richard Ferrando A Birdling Brains Picture

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                  • Power's War Official Trailer (2015)


                    from Cameron Trejo Films / Added

                    An in depth look into one man’s silent protest against American’s entry into the first World War that left to the deadliest shootout in Arizona’s history. Contemporary interviews, archival material, and original artwork come together to tell the the story of a war that pitted the rights of individuals against the growing power of the federal government. POWER’S WAR is a feature documentary film by director Cameron Trejo that delves deep into the circumstances leading up to and following the controversial Power Shootout during the First World War. Narrated by John Slattery. Featured historians include Heidi Osselaer, Eduardo Pagan, Mark Weitz, Paul Hietter, Marshall Trimble, the Arizona Republic’s Don Dedera, author Thomas Cobb (Crazy Heart), and many descendants of the Power Shootout. A well researched and visually rich film that tells a cautionary tale as relevant today as it was one hundred years ago. www.powerswar.com cameron@camerontrejofilms.com 480.235.6744

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                    • AP US History Study Guide: Period 6 - 1865 to 1898


                      from The Gilder Lehrman Institute / Added

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                      Covers the time period from 1865 to 1898: Reconstruction, immigration, and invention change America and its people.

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