1. Four Year Strong "Tonight We Feel Alive" (On a Saturday) Music Video


    from Tom Colella / Added

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    Client - Universal/Motown - Four Year Strong Directed/Edited and Produced by Tom Colella Visual FX by Fake Love.

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      MajorAndreMovie.com We loved this screenplay so much, we shot some scenes and made this trailer. Would you see this film? Josh and Vince present "The Unfortunate Death of Major Andre" Directed by Sean Dermond Written by Sean Dermond & Brennan Lee Mulligan Director of Photography Vincent Peone Produced by Christopher Bradley Daniel De Lorenzo Executive Producers Josh Ruben Vincent Peone Sean Dermond Brennan Lee Mulligan Cast Josh Ruben as Major John Andre Matt Walton as Benedict Arnold Paige Patterson as Peggy Shippen Bill Lobley as Joseph Stansbury Avery Monsen as John Paulding Carl Pappalardo as David Williams Riley Soloner as Peter Danny D. Lorenzo as Isaac Van Wart B. L. Mulligan as Beverly Robinson S. Russell Dermond as Sir Henry Clinton Crew Hair L. Bates Jaffe Makeup Hana El-Assad Kristen Alimena Sound Mixer Jeff Gaumer Harris Karlin First Assistant Camara Max Lewin Gaffer Zach Poots Key Grip Brigid Swanick Grip Drew Verderame Key Production Assistant Liz Zweibel Horse Wrangler Christina Pappalardo Carl Pappalardo Lighting and Grip provided by Elefant Films Shot on Black Magic Filmed on location in New York State Special Thanks to Deborah Woodbridge The Conference House Museum Erin Castellanos Margaret Dermond

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      • Turn title sequence for AMC


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        Shine designed and animated the title sequence for AMC's Turn. The title sequence brings to life a journey through Revolutionary War spy techniques as seen through hollow-cut silhouette portraiture of the same era. The series explores the birth of modern espionage as several childhood friends Long Island come together to form the Culper Ring, a team of spies who help George Washington in his battle to smuggle information.

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        • REVOLUTION: Behind the Scenes


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          Here is a video recapping two days of shooting a personal project at Historic Camden back in May of this year. The premise of the shoot is based on a fictional tv series or movie set during the Revolutionary War. To view more images please visit my website: www.quantzphoto.com

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          • One Dam Good Town-Boston, Massachusetts


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            My submission for the 'One Dam Good Town' competition (http://vimeo.com/groups/amstel)/Vimeo Weekend Project for this past weekend. NOTE: I DO NOT ACTUALLY WANT TO MOVE FROM BOSTON. I love it here. This video reflects many shots from the well-known Freedom Trail, as well as many scenes from other parts of Boston from Boston College to the Italian North End. Music rights given by Craig D'Andrea himself in writing, his website is here: http://www.myspace.com/craigdandrea I should add that shooting for this project was great practice for my travel documentation across Europe this fall!

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            • Bunker Hill: The Birth of America


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              A dramatic, fresh & new documentary about the battle of the American Revolution that defined America. A not for profit, student film completed for Northeastern University's "Digital Video Production" class: http://www.cps.neu.edu/courses/detail/DGM6435 Music & Images obtained through Attribution, Public Domain or Royalty free. A shout out for the great music goes to: Dexter Britain Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) www.dexterbritain.co.uk www.twitter.com/dexterbritain hello@dexterbritain.co.uk Tracks Used: "The Lost Ones," "The Time to Run," "Train," "Chasing Time." & Machinimasound.com Licensed under Creative Commons CC-BY 3.0 Unported License | https://machinimasound.com/license Tracks Used: "Battle of Kings," "Beyond the Stars." Shot entirely with Canon t4i/650D.

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              • Christmas 1776. // Merry Christmas from Drive Thru History


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                Merry Christmas from Drive Thru History! More information on Washington's crossing of the Delaware. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_Crossing_the_Delaware ushistory.org/washingtoncrossing/ Drive Thru History on Facebook. facebook.com/drivethruhistory

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                • Knights, Tigers, and Cannons. Oh My! (2012)


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                  **Winner: Best Student Film, New Jersey Film Festival, Fall 2012** **Winner: Best Documentary, 2012 New Lens Film Festival, Mason Gross School of the Arts** __ Rutgers University and Princeton University are two of the oldest colleges in the country. Chartered during colonial America, then as Queens College and The College of New Jersey, respectively, the two colleges formed an instant rivalry being only twenty miles apart. After the Revolutionary War, a cannon used in the Battle of Princeton and by Alexander Hamilton to help Washington retreat to Trenton was left behind in New Brunswick, and Rutgers students claimed it as their own. Years later, paperwork surfaced that proved ownership of the cannon belonged to Princeton's armory, and Princeton reclaimed it from Rutgers. It became a heated dispute between students, and after Rutgers defeated Princeton in the first ever college football game, Princeton's ownership of the cannon fueled the already heated rivalry. On one night in 1875, nine Rutgers students drove via horse and buggy to Princeton to steal the cannon. Thus, the Rutgers-Princeton Cannon War began. To this day, there are still traditions kept alive by students at the New Jersey universities, and dispute over the cannon has not ended. This story follows a Rutgers student in his journey to learn about the storied rivalry, and to make his mark by keeping century-old traditions alive. This is my first documentary. Let me know what you think. Shot with a Canon XA-10 Directed and Produced by Zack Morrison Co-Produced by Christopher M. Pasi

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                  • My Country 'Tis


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                    My goal in this work was to show my love for and appreciation of my wonderful, crazy country, the USA. It consists of an illustrated reading of Archibald MacLeish’s poem“Men” followed by a slide choreography of MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE by American composer Harold Seletsky. The story told via the music is of the burning of Kingston, NY by the British and various allies and henchmen during the American Revolution. THE POEM I was introduced to “Men” by Professor Macha L. Rosenthal in the late 1940s, while an undergraduate at NYU’s Washington Square College. Indeed I preferred MacLeish to Eliot, who was all the rage at the time, and this poem and others by MacLeish have remained favorites of mine through the years. “Men”’s simple rhythm, coupled with a complete absence of internal punctuation, and the end-stopping of every line, which are all rhymeless, account for its unique character; as one reads along, one seems to hear a drum beating slowly and softly in the background. The lines consist for the most part of twelve syllables; possibly MacLeish was suggesting thereby the verse of the ILIAD, ODYSSEY, and AENEID. On a more personal note: at Washington Square College at age 19, I wrote my first mature poem, which was heavily dependent on MacLeish’s verbal strategy in “Men,” and it came in second in an all-college competition; the winner was a work by the soon-to-be-recognized poet Howard Nemerov. Amusingly, my poem was titled “Professor Prufrock.” Here is the full text of MacLeish’s poem: Men (on a phrase of Appolinaire) Our history is grave noble and tragic. We trusted the look of the sun on the green leaves. We built our towns of stone with enduring ornaments. We worked the hard flint for basins of water. We believed in the feel of the earth under us. We planted corn grapes apple-trees rhubarb. Nevertheless we knew others had died. Everything we have done has been faithful and dangerous. We believed in the promises made by the brows of women. We begot children at night in the warm wool. We comforted those who wept in fear on our shoulders. Those who comforted us had themselves vanished. We fought at the dikes in the bright sun for the pride of it. We beat drums and marched with music and laughter. We were drunk and lay with our fine dreams in the straw. We saw the stars through the hair of lewd women. Our history is grave noble and tragic. Many of us have died and are not remembered. Many cities are gone and their channels broken. We have lived a long time in this land and with honor. THE MUSIC This work consists of a theme and microtonal variations of MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE and is scored for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and 24-tone piano. I commissioned it from Mr. Seletsky several years ago, and my goal was, in part, an educational one. I wanted to make concert hall audiences keenly aware of the differences between microtonal music and twelve-tone music. Alas, this work turned out to be Mr. Seletsky’s last; he became ill shortly after its completion and lived only long enough to hear its premiere. I considered it and continue to consider it as witty and charming as the composer himself was. Re microtonality, American composer Richard Brooks adds that “it divides the octave into more than 12 individual pitches. Scales based on this division occur in many non-Western cultures and also were a feature of much earlier European tuning systems. In the twentieth century, many Western composers have been fascinated with the special harmonic flavor that can be derived from these scales with their ‘extra’ notes.” THE SLIDES These are essentially digital images deriving from film-photos taken by me with an Olympus slr with a 20-200mm lens, and digital photos and video clips with my Nikon D-90 with a 20-200 mm lens over the last ten or so years. My photos were largely of participants in Revolutionary War encampments and historical re-enactments, including the recent “Burning of Kingston.” After being loaded into my system, the film and digital photos were prepared by me in Photoshop and, together with video clips in the background (of clouds, fire, streams etc.), ended as sequenced slides synched to the audio in Proshow Producer.

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                    • Track 2 : Tito Bambino and the Easton thrash.


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                      Second track from the upcoming GHOSTS visual mixtape - "Terminal Illness". Trip to America, adventures in Easton, Pennsylvania.

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