1. Ages and Ages - "Divisionary"

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    CAST kid with bike..........Malachite Rogers leader of the kids....Lucas Keam girl with yarn..........Ruby Webb Bully 1..................Andy Bryan Bully 2..................Roan Mccown Bully3...................Neil McCalmont kid 1....................Castle Biron kid 2....................Gavin Fox kid 3....................Charlie Poulton kid 4....................Sydney Fauske kid 5....................Bella Brown-Golden kid 6....................Alex Brown-Golden kid 7....................Luke Poulton CREW Director/Director of Photography.....Rodrigo Malgarejo Producer.....Tim Perry Producer.....Emily Yurek Unit Production Manager....Emily Yurek Art Director.....Emily Yurek 1st AD....Jordan Kronquist Script Supervisor.....Joe Bowden Camera Operator.....Kevin Forrest Assistant Camera.....Brett Roberts Gaffer.....Josh Smith PA.....Erik Fauske PA.....Adrian Caputo PA.....Janelle Bowers Set Decorator/Prop Master.....Bryan Bassett Art PA.....Julie Bako *****Extra special thanks to Bemya and crew over at Barefoot Tree Houses for building us a superb tree fort in the woods. Not only did it work real well for throwing fruit and fake pee at actors, but it's a damn fine tree house! barefoottreehouses.com

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    • PARENTHETICAL GIRLS - "YOUNG THROATS"

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      Intothewoods.tv Parenthetical Girls present a stark performance of their song “Young Throats” at the Archery Summit Winery. The performance is the fourth installment of our four-part documentary, which finds the group traveling to a series of strange and wondrous locations in and around their home of Portland, OR to celebrate the release of their album, Privilege*. • Directed by Rodrigo Melgarejo • Produced by Dawndae Hamilton • Cinematography by Guy Wagner • Audio by Michael Elliot • Camera by Guy Wagner, Josiah Marshall, Chris Cantino, Michael Elliot and Rodrigo Melgarejo

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      • Favorite Places #3: Parenthetical Girls - "Curtains"

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        Intothewoods.tv Parenthetical Girls present a stark performance of their song “Curtains,” aboard an abandoned, decaying river boat on the banks of the Columbia river in Oregon. The performance is the first installment of our four-part documentary, which finds the group traveling to a series of strange and wondrous locations in and around their home of Portland, OR to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album, Privilege.

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        • PARENTHETICAL GIRLS - "SYMPATHY FOR SPASTICS"

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          intothewoods.tv Parenthetical Girls present a stark performance of their song “Sympathy For Spastics” within the opulent interiors of the Old Church--a 130-year-old house of worship in Downtown Portland. The performance is the second installment of our four-part documentary, which finds the group traveling to a series of strange and wondrous locations in and around their home of Portland, OR to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album, Privilege*. • Directed by Rodrigo Melgarejo • Produced by Dawndae Hamilton • Cinematography by Guy Wagner • Audio by Michael Elliot • Camera by Guy Wagner, Josiah Marshall, Thomas Oliver, Chris Cantino and Rodrigo Melgarejo

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          • Feels Like Home #43 - Edna Vazquez "Piensa En Mi"

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            Directed by Rodrigo Melgarejo Camera by Matthew Gamlen and Tom Oliver Audio by Miliken Gardner Words by Rodrigo Melgarejo Sugar skulls burning, smiling skeletons, and the brassy popcorn of a mariachi band. It's the Day of the Dead in Portland, OR and the parade starts at Sunnyside Elementary and ends at Holocene, where Edna Vazquez will honor the family spirits with her commanding-yet-gentle voice and guitar. For Edna, a Colima, Mexico native and Portlander of 17 years, Día de los Muertos is not only a chance to remember those close to her who've passed on-- it's a connection to her geographically distant heritage. In a city that rarely sees large displays of international culture, the celebration is emotional. For me, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, today's Día de los Muertos march provides an opportunity to express a part of myself that's at times closed off, allowing me to get back to my roots. It's an experience Edna and I share. And, truth is, I wouldn't have this bridge to my past if it wasn't for musicians from the local Mexican community like Edna (and Luz Elena Mendoza of Y La Bamba), who organized this procession for all of us. It's a sight to see: people of all ages and cultural backgrounds donning the bright colors of traditional Mexican garb, painting their faces with the customary Day of the Dead symbol-- the skeleton-- and gathering together with candles, candy, music, and dance to march through the streets of Portland and remember friends and family members who have passed. Though centered around death, the Day of the Dead isn't mournful; to the contrary, it's a joyous honoring of lost loved ones. The atmosphere is carnival, not funeral. The celebration continues into the next day, when we meet up with Edna at Luz Elena's house. Upon entering, we hear music customary to homes in Latin America. Incense burns in the distance and traditional decorations are on the walls and windows, signaling the importance Hispanics put on honoring their holidays. Edna quickly dresses herself in traditional Mexican clothing, and we set the stage for her performance. Behind us, Luz burns sage as a way to bless the house and provide a spiritual ambiance. Edna plays a song called "Piensa en Mí," or "Think of Me"-- originally written by the late-1920s Mexican musician Agustín Lara. Her voice cuts through the room like a smooth blade. Instantly, I'm mesmerized. She has a habit of doing this to people: stunning them with her guitar and voice. It's no wonder why acts like Y La Bamba, Death Songs, and Pigeons bring her in as a guest from time to time. She's in perfect control of herself and therefor her audience. Regardless of the performer, it's an honor to share these ancient sights and sounds-- to give Portlanders a deeper and more intimate moment with a remarkable Mexican tradition-- and I'm proud to do so through a refreshing local voice.

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            • "The Last Thursday"

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              Intothewoods Presents in Association with Sick Wizard Films and "Red Flag" 48 Hour Horror Film Festival - "The Last Thursday" Directed by - Rob Ward & Rodrigo Melgarejo Written by - Rodrigo Melgarejo Rob Ward Thomas Oliver Erin Lyon Chrissy Morgan Dique Scott Script Writer - Rodrigo Melgarejo Producer - Hannah Gregg Assistant Directors - Thomas Oliver Hannah Gregg Script Supervisor - Hannah Gregg Director of Photography - Thomas Oliver Rodrigo Melgarejo Camera Operators - Rodrigo Melgarejo Thomas Oliver Key Set Grip - Logan Welch Sound Engineer - Richie Burgess Boom Operator - Rob Ward Production Assistants - Joe Bowden Mark Dwyer Zach Peyton Kylie Farmer Costume Design - Erin Lyon Chrissy Morgan Hair/Make-Up - Erin Lyon Chrissy Morgan Special Effects - Erin Lyon Cast (in order of appearance) Mindy Karas ...... Chrissy Morgan Sarah ...... Kylie Farmer Douglas ...... Andrew Michaan Building Manager ....... Dique Scott Larry ....... Lonne Critic ...... Joe Bowden Extras Robert Bryan III Luanda Fiscella Zach Peyton Mark Dwyer Mona Kramer James Kramer Richie Burgess Logan Welch Music “Los Set Goyts” performed by St. John’s College Camerata “Happy Together” written and performed by The Turtles "East Hasting" written and performed by Godspeed! You Black Emperor "Park" Written and Performed by Radiation City Thank you: Springbox Gallery Rontoms

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              • FEELS LIKE HOME #36 -ARCHERS "DOOR TO ALL MARVELS"

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                IntoTheWoods.TV Presents FEELS LIKE HOME #36 -ARCHERS "DOOR TO ALL MARVELS" Directed by - Jordan Kinley -Edited by - Rodrigo Melgarejo - Cameras By - Rodrigo Melgarejo, Thomas Oliver, Jordan Kinley - Sound by - Jeff Hylton Simmons - Words by - Matt Stangel The baby is only in the video for a second or two. Just a few short frames, attempting dexterous motion with a drum stick. Cute, yes. Though the more I learn, the more he's emblematic. Emblematic of the self-directed and the proud, emblematic of recessionary triumphs and a band's vision of America. That band is Archers, and they come to your screen from co-frontman Chris Cantino's garage (he's the guy doing all the hammer-ons, and it's his baby you see for those short frames). Chris' brother Mike Cantino is the one singing, and together they work in the grand, family-band tradition, sharing lead-vocal and guitar duties. The song they're playing is called "Door To All Marvels," and while it might bring to mind hard-edged, slacker-rock comparisons, it means a lot more than that to the people playing it-- just as the baby means a lot more than the few frames he occupies. Here, drums do the driving, synth clangs within atonal, anxious phrases, while tense vocals and laser-light arpeggios add direction to what could very well be called Archers' State of the Union address. "Mike [Cantino] once told me that he's living out the American dream by playing music," the eldest Cantino explains of his brother, pints between us in a booth at the Twilight Bar and Grill on Powell, where the video poker crowd is doing shift-change with the open-mic regulars. He continues describing his brother's national litmus test: "He was like, 'If I work hard and [play music] every day, and that became my life, that would kind of prove that the American dream is true. That it's still alive.'" In Archers, we see that dream living humbly. Not exclusively in the younger Cantino-- his brother shares his dream, to a certain degree. Chris Cantino says the band fulfills his passion for music, while leaving him time to raise a family and work the supporting day jobs. It seems that neither the band nor the infant alone would roundly satisfy his dream, but in tandem, we see the land of eagle working-- a stage where the hard at work can achieve more than just the bare essentials. So it's not that this is a literal State of the Union address-- though several songs from the group's most recent release, Eggy Tapes, do speak directly about America-- but that in Archers, we have the results of our litmus test: America is working, America The Determined, America The Getting By, and Archers are proud to design their own place within it. It's a place with babies and walls of electric guitar, a place that works just right, for the right now.

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                • Hairspray Blues - Dark Denim Dreams

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                  Vocals, Guitar: Kyle Drums: Leslie Directed, Filmed, Edited by: Rodrigo Melgarejo Produced: Steve Wilson Hands - Meghan Trotter Additional Cameras by: Thomas Oliver, Ricky Photography by: Rodrigo Melgarejo, April Stephens Sound Recording - Old Standard Sound Record Label - Neon Taxi In Collaboration with IntotheWoods.tv Filmed @ Ash St. Saloon - Portland, OR Kelly's Olympian - Portland, OR

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                  • MORNING TELEPORTATION_EXPANDING ANYWAY

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                    Video from Starry Nights Festival in Bowling Green, KY filmed and edited by Rodrigo Melgarejo

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                    • Pony Village - Depoe Bay

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                      Pony Village - Depoe Bay Music Video Directed by: Rodrigo Melgarejo Produced by: Erin Lyon Acting by: Brookelyn Davis Specs: Filmed with the Canon 5D MKII. 24mm f/1.4L & 50mm f/1.2L Thanks to: Pony Village- Ryan Barber, Colin Hulbert, Jonah Nolde, and Marlin Gonda. Dots Cafe - portland, or Pro Photo Supply - portland, or Jordan Pendley - For his very constructive criticism and great ideas. Summer Hatfield All my friends who gave me great input and support. Filmed on location - Oceanside and Pacific City, Oregon Enjoy

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