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The Blue Devil

Coming November

This movie is a $0 budget psychological horror written and created by 15 year olds Nick Paton (Director, Writer and Producer) and Oscar Smith (Writer and Producer) shot on the Canon EOS 600D (T3i). Oscar Smith originally pitched the idea to Nick Paton through an iMessage, this then grew to 3 scripts being made and over 5 months of solid work to create such a short film.

It follows the story of a boy (Max) being haunted by the fact of a serial killer being on the lose. Over time he becomes more and more scared to the point of thinking that his babysitter (Zack) is the serial killer. Throughout the movie as thing become more intense between his fear of this murderer he finally discovers who the killer is.

Directed By Nicholas Paton
Starring Hugh Findlay & Nicholas Paton
Produced By Oscar Smith
Written By Oscar Smith and Nicholas Paton
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Coming October 2012

This movie is a $0 budget psychological horror written and created by 15 year olds Nick Paton (Director, Writer and Producer) and Oscar Smith (Writer and Producer) shot on the Canon EOS 600D (T3i). Oscar Smith originally pitched the idea to Nick Paton through an iMessage, this then grew to 3 scripts being made and over 5 months of solid work to create such a short film.

It follows the story of a boy (Max) being haunted by the fact of a serial killer being on the lose. Over time he becomes more and more scared to the point of thinking that his babysitter (Zack) is the serial killer. Throughout the movie as thing become more intense between his fear of this murderer he finally discovers who the killer is.

Directed By Nicholas Paton

Starring Hugh Findlay & Nicholas Paton

Produced By Oscar Smith

Written By Oscar Smith and Nicholas Paton

Twitter – Nickop9

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Daysha is a wife who is smart, sexy, and beautiful. Happily, she gives her husband whatever he wants; denying him no good thing; her desire is to please him and to stand by her husband no matter what. She is Michael’s soul mate and helpmate. And she works hard to help build their financial future. Michael and Daysha are happily married and drawn to each other. But Daysha keeps a dark secret; she is sometimes drawn to her old friends and her lifestyle from the past; therewith lies deception, distraction and seduction.

This is a story about a married young couple who is madly in love with each other. Michael wants nothing more than to serve God and love his lady. He too works hard and comes home to give Daysha his undivided attention and full affection. But Daysha’s memories of a not so distant past emerges when she least expects it; a dark-life style of parties, drugs, sex and clubs.

Clear communication can be a challenge within a marriage. This challenge is present between Michael and Daysha. What’s spoken is sometimes not heard and what’s heard may be misunderstood. We all fall short; there is only one ‘Perfect One’…God. Can Michael and Daysha’s unequally yoked relationship survive? Can Daysha’s love conquer all her shortcomings? Those with ears let them hear. ‘Can Ya’ Hear Me Now

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Jessica’s Room is a short horror film written and directed by Erik Knight.  It stars Deacon Ledges (Sevin Michaels), Alyson King (Melanie Beck), and David Jite (Eddie Shaw).  After the gruesome death of his best friend, Sevin Michaels is determined to get to the bottom of what really transpired at the Owen’s house, where a 10-year-old Jessica Owens allegedly murdered several people, including her own parents and Sevin’s best friend and business partner, John Street.

In his search for answers, Sevin carelessly drags Melanie Beck, and Eddie Shaw on a terrifying  journey into the waiting room to Hell.  As this seemingly professional troop of underground film makers attempt to uncover the truth at the Owens’ house, they soon discover the daunting reality of what really lies beneath the obvious.  Is the Owens’ house haunted or possessed?

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The Lost Tape is a pschological horror, bound in a found footage style.

5 youngsters went into the woods of Chail, Himachal Pradesh to explore an old urban legend’s story. They were completely unaware of the fact that they were slowly becoming a part if the story. The more they found out, the closer they got to the unexplained reality of what they thought was merely a myth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYAM-uM_DOw&feature=plcp

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PCA
Description
PCA The Film official trailer released.The story covers different steps of PCA activities and reasons for the activities.
Directed By : Shoaib Javed
Written By : Iqbal Ahemd
Produced By : Haroon and Awais
DOP : Shoaib Javed
Casting By : Iqbal Ahmed
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Started January 1, 2012

Release Date 2013

Genre science fiction

Studio Sialkot Studios

Starring Awais Javed , Harron Mughal , Musdoq Javed , Arslan , Omer Bhatti , Umer Suhail , Khawar Saleem & Staff

Directed By Shoaib Javed

Written By Iqbal Ahmed

Screenplay By Shoaib Javed

Produced By Haroon And Awais

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Thief (xiao tou) is a 25 min short film is set in an exotic night market of Taipei where it is the perfect place to be if one is looking to crowd, shop, eat, and game, but on this night it’s not just fun and games for those who steal things from others.

-Winner Best Short Film, Golden Horse Film Festival (Oscars of Asia)
-International Premiere at Dubai International Film Festival
-Winner Honorable Mention, LA Pacific Asian Film Festival
-Winner Best Director, Golden Harvest Awards
-Winner Jury Prize, Golden Harvest Awards
-Winner Special Jury Prize KaoHsiung Film Festival
-Winner Audience Award, Golden Lion Awards
-Winner Silver Lion, Golden Lion Awards
-Winner of RTP – Onda Curta Awards at Curtocircuito International Short Film Festival
-N.A. Premiere at San Francisco AA Film Festival
-Japanese Premiere at Tokyo Short Shorts Film Festival

Directed and Shot by Jay Chern

Screenshot from the film below:  Jenny chases after the thief, or is she?  (Left, Zhu Zhi-Ying  Right, Chou Heng-Yin)

Upcoming Screening Events & Time:

Tokyo Short Shorts Film Festival (A&J-D)
http://www.shortshorts.org/2012/en/list.php?cid=2&gid=11

Omotesando Hills / Jun 22 20:15-22:05
Brillia Short Shorts Theater / Jun 16 12:50-14:40
Brillia Short Shorts Theater / Jun 30 12:50-14:40

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Here:  https://plus.google.com/u/0/110029521589743276179/posts  or the embeded link below!! Thanks!!
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Heart of the Country is a modern day retelling of the famous “Prodigal Son” story told through the eyes of Faith – a prodigal daughter.

With her husband jailed for Wall Street-based fraud, Faith has to leave behind her luxury life in New York to return home to North Carolina and the widower father and dutiful older sister she left behind.

Together, they have to deal with the buried emotions of sudden death of Faith’s mother years ago, and learn to be a family again.

Like the Prodigal story, Heart of the Country is a tale of a father’s unconditional love.  He simply wants a relationship with his children, and once that relationship is restored, he begins to create healing for his broken daughter.  Her marriage has to be rebuilt, her belief in herself, and her peace with her mother’s death all come together through the quiet, selfless guidance of her loving father.

The novel, written by Rene Gutteridge from the original screenplay by filmmaker John Ward, takes us from the glamour of Manhattan to the open beauty of the fields of rural Columbus County, North Carolina as the timeless tale of the Prodigal Son is reborn!

Heart of the Country Movie on IMDb

Heart of the Country book trailer from Stefan Hajek on Vimeo.

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After being abused by his farther for many years… David looks past his feelings and comfort he’s farther… while by his sick bed.

(Based on True Events)
This story is about the power of forgiveness and love

MEOSHA BEAN DOES IT AGAIN

Directed By Meosha Bean
Written by Meosh Bean
Music by the great Roger Sabirana
Actors
Lee Strong
Bernard Long
Lakesha Hobdy
Ethan Casseus
check out her interview
http://criticstudio.com/editorials/meosha-the-youtube-movie-master/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mDgK9suctw&feature=relmfu

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An unusual twist on your average bridesmaid-themed movie, a Universal Pictures production, Bridesmaids (2011) directed by Paul Feig and produced by Judd Apatow, is filled with honesty and randomness leading to uncontrollable laughter and pure entertainment.

The movie’s success lies behind the amazing cast and crew. Director Paul Feig had previously worked on several episodes of the hilarious TV show, The Office, as well Arrested Development, 30 Rock, and Mad Men, to name a few. Producer Judd Apatow’s film, Knocked Up, a romantic comedy starring Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl, had also proven to be a huge success. Along with the clearly experienced director and producer, Annie, the main character, is played by Kristen Wigg, a comedian and star of the popular and funny, Saturday Night Live. Wigg not only stars in the movie, but she is also the co-writer along with her friend and fellow comedian, Annie Mumolo.

Bridesmaid 2011 the movie

What makes Bridesmaids so very different is this sort of easy-going attitude, and complete honesty. This R-rated film portrays women in a way society tends to ignore or pretend doesn’t exist through displaying what women are actually thinking and how at certain times women do swear and they do use the F-word, it’s not just men. An example of this can be seen when Becca (Ellie Kemper), one of the bridesmaids and a newlywed, is talking to another of the bridesmaids, a married mother Rita (Wendi McLendon-Covey) about how she cannot wait to become a mother as well. Rita responds to Becca with how cute her children are when she finds, “Semen all over everything. I cracked a blanket in half!”  In a way the film is closely related to The Hangover (2009), which was based on a group of men in Vegas, celebrating a bachelor party, and all the craziness which goes along with that lovely event. Bridesmaids is based on the struggle of Annie (Kristen Wigg), a thirty-something year old woman who cannot seem to get her life together. Her hardships are found through losing her bakery business “Baby Cakes” and hence her boyfriend leaving her, in her intimate affair with Ted (Played by Mad Men’s Jon Hamm) who seems to be only using her for sex, her insufficient funds, and her living situation.

Although Annie’s life seems to be in shambles she knows she can always rely on her best friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph) to always be there for her. When Lillian informs Annie that she is now engaged and would like her to be her Maid of Honour, Annie’s life seems to unravel even further. What makes this movie so interesting is this challenge Annie has to deal with within herself while at the same time trying to accommodate Lillian who is traditionally supposed to be the centre of attention. For the viewer it is very easy to relate to the film due to this overall theme and relationship of the two best friends. Throughout the film Annie is faced with trying to find herself while dealing with Lillian’s new friend Helen (Rose Byrne) who seems to be perfect in every way and has everything Annie does not. At the climax of Annie’s struggle her mother played by Jill Clayburgh, mentions that Tom Hank’s Castaway has just come onto Netflix, insinuating how Annie is comparable to this lonely character.

As previously mentioned, Annie’s life unravels even further after finding out her best friend Lillian is engaged and she is to be her Maid of Honour. This new role Annie is found herself in will soon be taken by Helen due to the numerous mistakes she has made during the process. The film definitely has some similarities to The Hangover, such as the failed attempt at flying out to Vegas for the Bachelorette party, as well as the inevitable resemblance in the crazy, completely random characters of Megan (Melissa McCarthy) and Alan (Zack Galifianakis – The Hangover). Throughout the movie Annie also meets this lovely Officer, Nathan (Chris O’Dowd), who she shares many laughs with but is scared to commit to. The final straw is Annie’s behavior at Lillian’s Wedding shower, where we observe the powerful struggle between the two best friends.

It is quite interesting to compare this film to Paul Feig’s other work such as The Office. This TV show is in simplest form based on a mockery of an office environment. It takes a look at the sometimes inappropriate and completely random behavior of head chief, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) and his co-workers. You would never believe this type of behavior happens in offices (because it very well doesn’t to this extent), but for all we know it could, which is very similar to Bridesmaids. Bridesmaids looks at a different side of women, one we are not usually exposed to. All in all, both are extremely funny and honest productions.

Having such an appropriate cast and crew for Bridesmaids is what truly makes this film a successful comedy. The acting was natural, given that the main character Annie was played by a true comedian, Kirsten Wigg, who also co-wrote the story. The director and producer had previous experience with this similar genre of films. The scenes were shot in such a way that the camera always had a longer focus on the reactions of people to certain events, which triggers us to feel the same way. Some of the scenes were over exaggerated in a perfect manner, such as the “intense” tennis match between Helen and Annie. Rock music played in the back ground, and when the girls got hit with the balls they would slow the scene down creating a dramatic effect, which worked out wonderfully because it was absolutely hilarious. While Annie did have this sort of relationship beginning to unfold between her and Officer Nathan, I wouldn’t call this movie a romantic-comedy because in its simplest form it just was not about the romance. It was about women, Annie’s struggle, and best friends all wrapped up in a wonderful, entertaining film.

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