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Kaleidoscope Man

January 21st, 2014

kaleidoscope man- excitometer - the new star wars? would be great!

As a boy, Tom wanted to be a hero.
As an adult, he has lost his dreams.
When aliens invade, he becomes mankind’s last hope.

Kaleidoscope Man is an ambitious British Science Fiction Movie that might well be the next Back to the Future or Star Wars (just two of the movies cited as major influences by writer and director Simon Cox).

And you can be a part of it, have your photo appear in the movie or get abducted or blasted by aliens, or become an Executive Producer of Kaleidoscope Man.

DOSI by Jules Suo

October 21st, 2013

dosi - excitometer - korean/american movie? sounds like a winner!

The long version of short film Dosi (with a changed storyline), about three New Yorkers who will experience life-changing events while their stories interweave. With Lee Eun Woo. Learn more about Dosi.

The Screaming Bear by Shaun Keenan

August 21st, 2013

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the screaming bear- embitterment level - disappointment level

The Screaming Bear is a short film made in Taiwan about a pretty girl (Jessica Lin) who loses her stuffed bear on the train. Some other passengers see what happens, but none of them acts, and the bear is sitting lonely on the floor while the girl prepares to exit the train. Watching the lost little bear evokes fantasies, traumatic memories, and regrets in them. It wouldn’t take much to help, but will at least one of the observers of the little drama overcome their fears and inhibitions, save the bear and at the same time redeem himself?
An original idea, transferred to the screen with interesting actors and apt direction, well worth watching.

leaving the train  teddy bear 

THE VISITANT starring Amy Smart and Doug Jones

May 20th, 2013

the visitant - excitometer - amy smart and doug jones? very excited!

Independent Horror Film (and video game) where a mother (Amy Smart) protects her children from a demonic intruder (Doug Jones). And you can help getting it made, and there are some awesome rewards, check it out at The Visitant’s kickstarter page.

Living on One Dollar

May 1st, 2013

living on one dollar

Four university students spent one summer living on one dollar a day in Guatemala, cultivating the earth and living in extreme poverty alongside their neighbors in a rural village. They tell the stories of their own experiences, and those of their Guatemalan neighbors and friends in this powerful documentary. Their goal is to inspire us to confront global poverty and provide specific opportunities for people everywhere to fight poverty.

Living on One Dollar is presented by indieflix:
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