|In exchange for advanced weaponry and mind-control technology, Aliens conspire with the military and the 1% to enslave humanity using student debt and municipal bonds.|
Despite their scientific advancements, the Aliens are a dying race.
They have selected two abductees, Evie, a naive farm girl, and Mason, an Iraq combat veteran with PTSD, to be the unwitting parents of a hybrid Alien-Human master race.
When the pair discover how they have been manipulated, they have little time and fewer resources to destroy the conspirators before they themselves are hunted down.
(Dir. Martyn Pick [The Warhammer Series], written by Lynwood Shiva Sawyer, based on a story by Andrew Selwyn-Crome and David Selwyn, produced by EQ Films-U.K.)
Details to come with regard to the REAL story behind Miles Davis's five-year enforced absence from the music industry.
Hint #1: It had absolutely nothing to do with Davis being tired of the business and everything to do with probably the most expensive dive in history.
Hint #2: Never think that your concert promoters are powerless "animals from the hills of North Carolina."
One of the world's last true 3-Strip Dye Transfer Technicolor films
Directed and co-written by Richard W. Haines, co-written by Lynwood Sawyer. Starring the late Gina Mastrogiacomo [Henry Hill's Girlfriend in Goodfellas] and Kirk Fogg [pictured].
Considered "The Best Film Troma Never Made"
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|Claire Louise Oliver as Kassia Majeska and Chukwudi Onwere as Zeal Green in the |
Script Read East Productionat Rich Mix - Studio 4
of the two-toned, coming-of-age
Lower East Side drama
Tower Hamlets, London
The performance was dedicated to the memory of John Outcalt, a talented director and wonderful human being
| PECOS DIAMOND|
Actress Julia Tarnoky coordinated with Lloyd Trott, RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) Dramaturg, to produce a reading of this full-length mother-daughter dramedy in the RADA Bar as part of RADA’s New Writing Program.
The production was directed by BFI Film Curator Marcus Prince, and featured Julia Tarnoky (Constance Hunnicutt), Maia Alexander (Remi Hunicutt), Andrew Martyn Lewis (Chuck Hunnicutt), Sebastian Baczkiewicz (Ron Eudy) and Oliver Bennett (Grady Basnight).
AN UNCERTAIN CURRENCY
(a literary whodunit)
Co-written with Frances Witlin
(Published by Avocet Press)
A FILMMAKERS' DIARY
(Mockumentary series filmed at Quaddri Studios, Westerham, Kent and on location in London and Westerham):
| EPISODE #1:|
NATE & ME
The film I almost made with my
Nokia N8 cellphone
(With Paul Birchard [pictured], Sheela
Kercher, Pansipuss and a cast of
Featured at Kino London #24
Featuring Sheela Kercher & Anna Parkin; with Ulrika
Krishnamurti, Janice Lane,
Featured at Kino London #30
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(a contemporary buddy thriller)
Co-written with Charles Messina
& Frank Hickey
|The New Divine Comedy!|
Directed by Annamaria Vag &
Produced by Jen Senko
Dedicated to anyone who has been
or is about to be downsized!
| F: THE MOVIE|
An Homage to Student Films Everywhere
A Comedy Starring
Kino London Screening
SLIGHT RECESSION BLUES
A Rock Anthem for the current economic meltdown ...
ALIEN SPACE AVENGER
One of the world's last true 3-Strip Technicolor Dye Transfer films
Note: Richard Haines is in the process of fixing the entry and deleting the bogus writer credits.
NY TIMES METROPOLITAN DIARY
Scroll down to entry
BHAU KALCHURI (MEHER BABA'S LAST LIVING MALE DISCIPLE) PROJECTS
Mostly helping to coordinate.
BHAU KALCHURI: MEHER BABA'S LION: Video interview, with photomontage of Meher Baba and original musical score (Produced by me; directed by David Hammer with music composed by Robert Weinstein)
An excerpt is watchable on YouTube: MEHER BABA'S VIEWS ON SUICIDE:
And two Bhau music videos produced by me, also directed and cut by David Hammer.
A. "Wake Up, O People You Wake Up" (with music by Len and Betsy Green, featuring Cyro Baptista on drums).
B. "Baba’s Triangle" (with music by Robert Weinstein, and featuring David Darling on cello. Archival footage courtesy of MEFA (Meher European Film Archives, Norwich, England)
NECTAR FOR THE CHILDREN
Illustrated by Nadia Wolinska
A high school newspaper with First Amendment repercussions
WFAE - Charlotte Talks Radio Interview with Mike Collins
Wednesday, 9th November 2010
Interview at Charlotte Magazine ("The Troublemakers)
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