I'm a Big Fat Diver: www.bigfatdiver.com, I make videos that are hopefully awesome: www.OhRio.com, and I had a movie at Sundance: www.OneTooManyMornings.com. I love video production and have created some really cool videos for companies such as Ferrari, Lacoste, Lamborghini, Ludacris, Proctor & Gamble, Nokia, Porsche, Lamborghini, the Costume Designers Guild, Maserati and the list goes on.
One Too Many Mornings
Film (Comedy and Drama) Producer Fischer can't remember the last time he woke up without a hangover. He lives in a church: a real one. Where people baptize, marry, pray and die. It's an ideal situation for a young guy with no aspirations: if he locks up the church, he can sleep in the back. Free of charge. 6:00am. Tuesday morning. Fischer's old friend from high school shows up unannounced. Even though they haven't seen each other in years, Peter just drove 10 hours straight because his girlfriend of five years just cheated on him. He's looking for a place to hide. To think. To drink. What better place than Fischer's church? After leaving 50 unanswered voice-mails, Rudy shows up four days later. That's Peter's girlfriend. She didn't cheat on him. She did something much worse. Written by Anonymous
Film (Documentary and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Chris Rock, a man with two daughters, asks about good hair, as defined by Black Americans, mostly Black women. He visits Bronner Brothers' annual hair convention in Atlanta. He tells us about sodium hydroxide, a toxin used to relax hair. He looks at weaves, and he travels to India where tonsure ceremonies produce much of the hair sold in America. A weave is expensive: he asks who makes the money. We visit salons and barbershops, central to the Black community. Rock asks men if they can touch their mates' hair - no, it's decoration. Various talking heads (many of them women with good hair) comment. It's about self image. Maya Angelou and Tracie Thoms provide perspective. Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department There is one thing that governs the way people think, act and behave and that is the desire to feel important. Dr. John Dewey said, "The deepest urge in human nature is the desire to be important." Woody Woodward set out to discover what makes people feel important. In his discoveries he found compelling stories of athletes, millionaires and gang members who are all driven by what makes them feel important. The true discover was how they used this importance to propel them to greatness of misery. Written by I AM... Productions
Film (Short and Drama) Editor Young couple, Will (Larry Bagby) and Nicole (LeeAnn Taylor), have everything going for them: a great marriage... See full synopsis »
Film (Short and Comedy) Producer After getting a toothache, Jeff faces his biggest fear - going to La Dentista! Who is La Dentista, and what life lessons can he (and some merry mariachis) teach Jeff?
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