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The Social Networking Based Short Film.
Written & Directed by: Tejasvi Ahuja
Producer : Harish Ahuja
Music : Sagar Jain
Cast : Rahul Arora Dipika Gangotri



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“When Susana decides to record her experiences to paper, she discovers that her privacy becomes as thin as the pages she has written on.”

Worldwide Release January 17th, 2015
Starring: Elsa McLaughlin and Evin Charles Anderson (
A Waverley Knobs Entertainment production


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They say everyone collects something. At what point does owning a few things become a collection? At what point does a collection spill over into hoarding? Never Enough sets out to understand the mindset and addictive nature of extreme collecting.

Director and obsessive record collector Doug Brown, explores collecting from a collector’s perspective, peeking into the hearts of people’s desire to find that one elusive item. Is this a product of consumerism or the trait of hunting and collecting carried on from man’s earliest time?

Brown explores the genesis, growth and ultimate end of what it’s like to live for the next find. Whether it’s Legos, Cadillacs, or My Little Ponies, the competition to have the most is a common and complex pursuit.

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This is the story of Professor Paul Blake, Professor of the Archaeology who embarks on a journey to Jerusalem to investigate an ancient parchment found from the Dead Sea scrolls. This parchment suggests that the Virgin Mary may have had a final resting place yet to be discovered here on Earth. Upon his arrival to Jerusalem, Professor Blake proceeds to the site of the tomb where the Virgin Mary is believed to have been brought to rest. Instead, Professor Blake finds a strange machine; a time machine which he activates accidentally. The time machine takes him back in time to the time of Christ. Once there, Professor Blake feels compelled to save Jesus from being crucified and brings him forward in time to New York City in the year 2015, and in doing so changes the timeline and all history as we know it. Both Professor Blake and Jesus find a World quite different from the one Professor Blake left. Since Jesus was not allowed to die on the cross and take the sins of the World upon himself, the entire World has now become a place of legalized prostitution, gambling in all its forms, legalized drugs and all manner of evil and wickedness. The World has been overtaken by Satan who is the Vice President of the United States and attempts to rise to power to become the next President of the United States. Satan grows stronger by the day as the world becomes increasingly consumed by sin and evil; all because Professor Blake changed history by bringing Jesus forward in time. Now, Jesus and Professor Blake must work together to find a way to stop Satan from becoming the next President of the United States and attempt to set things right again before the World comes to an end as the rapture draws near.

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The struggle of a film-maker:

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The Dark Knight returns for a fan film that does Batman justice. Caped Crusader: The Dark Hours is a film that delves deep into the psyche of a seasoned Batman. Convinced Gotham City is in his able hands, Bruce Wayne learns mind-shattering truths about the world he lives in.

A DC fan film Inspired by works such as “Flashpoint” and Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Returns”

Get more info at via these links below!

This is a non-profit fan film and is not endorsed by or affiliated with DC Comics/DC Entertainment, Warner Bros Entertainment Inc, or any of their parent companies or affiliates. All names and references are copyright and trademark of their respective holders. This film is for entertainment purposes only.

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This is a comedy about three couple with issues in their sex lives. Instead of seeking help they play Mr. and Mrs. Fix It. It becomes a hilarious disaster.  Staring Crystal Nichole from “We’re the Miller’s View Postrs” Watch theTrailer !

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She Lives Her Life is a modern day retelling of Jean-Luc Godard’s 1962 film Vivre Sa Vie.  The movie is told in 12 chapters as we follow Betsy through a series of relationships and encounters, by day she works at a pawn shop, by night she lives her life. 

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Watch our new commercial as we continue to grow and work on two new movie projects. One a claymation Zed featurette.

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Bad Gud Guy, a 12 minute docu-drama produced by Oxy Braggart Media and made by Srikar Reddy has found its audience online. The documentary that has tagline ‘A rare story from thousands of similar stories’ has been seen by over 10k people all over globe as of now. The film is directed by 17 year old teenager Srikar Reddy from India. And the story of how it is made forms so.

Bad Gud Guy from Srikar Reddy on Vimeo.

“it all started in the August of 2013 when my first documentary ‘Aal Abt Clg’ was in the final stages of its making and when a preview of the film was shown in college at an event, I met this guy who was classmate but I have not seen him a single time during the first year of our junior college! I was surprised when I met him through a common friend Himanshu Nahak said that he belonged to the same class as I belonged too and that he never came to college previous year as he was in Bad company and had not attended college even a single day through out the year yet his parents had no idea of his past and he is normal now. what happened in the previous year? If he was very bad who did not attend college for an year then how is he very good now?

This is what attracted me towards his story and I was sure that I had to make a docu-drama on him, I din’t know how and when. I was confused. I thought of leaving it. And now after 8 months I have 12 minute film with our 10k audience and likes of filmmakers like Ben Proudfoot, I feel I have achieved it. The making was very simple on a level and very hard on another. And now I want to share with the world how was the journey of making been.

After I persuaded him to give permission to make a documentary for some months he said yes after a condition that his identity should not be revealed. I instantly said yes. The casting was a major issue as none of the people I know agreed to act in the role of a teenager who smoked, drank alcohol and watched porn on very much. That was hard until I thought of this guy Aakash Bund who appeared in my previous documentary too. I thought everything was coming to place and took a breath and suddenly the real guy indirectly said me that he did not wanted to be a part of this project. Shocked.

And the biggest shock became the biggest asset for the film. We had to hire another actor with similar body language to tell his story in front of camera. Since the real guy has already shared everything with us, the only job for one actors was to perform what he did and the other one to simply narrate his story to camera.

It was shot in one day. All the musics were licensed and the editing work started the day we shot and took 20 days for editing again and again with the final length being 16 minutes. So when we had a finished product by the second week of April, I mailed the link to Ben Proudfoot, whose work I immensely respect and really did not expect a reply. But then after week it dropped in my inbox! Ben Proudfoot said that he liked the film very much and suggested to reduce the length. I scratched my head and thought that how can a story of 8 months can be told in 10-12 minutes and started working on it again for few days and then I had this little 12 minute film file ready to be posted online. Nervous and Excited, I mailed Ben the shorter version and he replied really soon this time saying that the film was “Great”.

As of now Bad Gud Guy was seen by 10k people closely and will be screened in schools and colleges in India in the coming months!

What I learned through out the process was that there might be many challenges, problems and dead ends while making a documentary/film but it is up to you that how you take those dead ends and start in a new direction and make great product finally! ” says Reddy, who also wants to make the short documentary into a feature as there were many things left out as they were considered too bold for making.

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