Tom D'Alimonte

Tom D'Alimonte

Missing Pieces

Animator in Nashua, New Hampshire
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Posted 11 months ago by

Pool Party - June 2005

This was a pool party video in my complex in Bay Ridge, Nashua NH. I spliced it together from lots of little videos I took with a cheapy little $99 camera. Shows what you can do with so little!

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Posted 11 months ago by

Red Hot Society's Valentine Cabaret at Alpine Grove, Nashua NH

Red Hot Society did a Valentine's Cabaret at the Alpine Grove in Nashua to raise money for a charity. The available video was grainy and low quality, so it had to be creatively cut and used.

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Posted 11 months ago by

School Lost Episode 2 - Part 1 of 7 [Re-edited!]

[This is a new, cleaned up version of School Lost! Brought the video quality up, drove the contrast as far as possible to clear the video & produce deep blacks & in the case of Part 1, re-edited back in the lost Episode 1 scenes without losing the fast pace of the Episode 2 startup! Enjoy...] In a galaxy far far away... oh never mind. LONG before there were fan films, heck long before there were camcorders, there was School Lost. This may not be THE oldest fan film, but it's got to be...

Posted 3 years ago by

Amy's Belly Dance at her Birthday Party

Press the HD button for better quality. Low quality video because of the pink lighting and just a cellphone videocam. (video editing by Missing-Pieces.com)

Posted 3 years ago by

Everybody Belly Dances at Amy's Birthday Party

Press the HD button for better quality. Low quality video because of the pink lighting and just a cellphone videocam. (video editing by Missing-Pieces.com)

Posted 3 years ago by

Dancing at Amy's Birthday Party

Press the HD button for better quality. Low quality video because of the pink lighting and just a cellphone videocam. (video editing by Missing-Pieces.com)

Posted 4 years ago by

Wii: Cooking Mama Cook Off - "Beef in Wine Sauce"

Inexplicably, my most famous video, with currently 1,018,361 hits! Figured out how to record the video output from the Wii into a PC for editing. All I did was add wry commentary as the video progresses thru a videogame that lets you pretend to cook. But it was enough to elicit THOUSANDS of comments as well as my greatest hit count ever. You just never know what is going to go viral on YouTube!