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A Deeper Shade of Blue Web-Episodes: Master Surf Filmmaker Jack McCoy created these webisodes for each of the featured surfers in his latest love letter to the origins of the modern day surf culture, A Deeper Shade of Blue.
A Deeper Shade of Blue: A Deeper Shade of Blue is the award-winning new film from legendary photographer and surfing film maker Jack McCoy, the man behind cult hits like Occy the Occumentary and Blue Horizon. Set to touch, move and inspire surf rippers, and inform and delight the rest of us, this much-anticipated release is the most comprehensive story of surfing ever told.
After his parents are killed in a tragic accident, Chukwuma, an Alaskan-raised Nigerian, is separated from his younger sister, Chidinma, who moves to Nigeria with their Uncle until she becomes of legal age. Two years later, the siblings reconnect to find their estrangement has created new personal and cultural frictions in ways that bring them closer to each other and their roots, as well as help them define what it means to be a Nigerian in Alaska.
American Southwest Are We Running Dry: The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry? Nearly every state in the American Southwest is affected by a water crisis and is struggling with record dry conditions. On the heels of the American Southwest’s drought, and in an effort to raise awareness, The Chronicles Group with support from grants from the California Water Association, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the Southern Nevada Water Authority and other public and private entities, Vegas PBS will present The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry? directed, written, and produced by Jim Thebaut, president of The Chronicles Group, a Los Angeles based non-profit public information/education film production company.
Filmmaker Greg Andermann, an average Strait American Guy, walks us through the first-ever raw, unbiased, educational, humorous and in-depth look at Civil Unions and Gay Marriage. A revealing portrayal of why Americans think and feel the way they do about homosexuality and Gay Marriage.
Chasing Rainbows presents the exclusive up-close personal and real truth behind the people, the families, the issues and the religious opposition. Expect the unexpected because the hard facts are brutal…and the real truth is uncomfortable. Chasing Rainbows is the film that says it all…
Cherkess: The film story covers the arrival of immigrant Circassians to Ottoman Transjordan in the year 1900. Dostoyevsky said ‘Beauty will save the world’… and this film is based on such a perception. The film shows the different aspects of two cultures, the Bedouin and the Circassian, who were thrown together unwillingly by historical providence, creating a perfect recipe for controversy and violence but saved by the miraculous powers of innocent, unexpected love.
This is a story of two young souls who fall passionately in love and by so doing create the opportunity for conflict and bloodshed… as well as for potential harmony and peaceful coexistence; the quintessence of drama, when the pendulum could swing in either direction.
Their plan was simple; they’d offer an active serial killer complete anonymity and a worldwide platform from which to display his work in exchange for genuine footage of his grisly crimes.
Since this shooting, there have been over 650 deadly force incidents on faith-based properties resulting in over 430 deaths. 72 fell victim in 2012 alone. Sometimes it takes a generation to pass before we can look back and learn from these traumatic events and that time has come for Daingerfield, Texas. They now have something to teach us. The true story of a community’s journey out of the pit of despair and trauma after a high school teacher storms into First Baptist Church of Daingerfield, Texas, and opens fire with an arsenal of weapons in the first public shooting during a church service in the US in 1980. For 30 years survivors lived with secrets, anger, guilt and plans for revenge.
The martial arts sensation, Shuny Bee, strikes the city of Kathmandu as the Gorkha Protector, to stop the human trafficking of young innocent girls. Although it is a fiction movie, it is based on what is happening in real life situations for a long time in country of Nepal. He pledges to bring an end to this evil vice that has plagued his home town. His dedication, determination and discipline play an important role to take down the gang lord of the trade market and bring peace and harmony to the city. An action packed drama for human rights with no wires, no animation, and no special effects!
Hot Import Nights: SEASON 2 – Hot Girls, Hot Cars, Hot Racing, it’s HOT IMPORT NIGHTS, the number one motorsports television show HOT IMPORT NIGHTS presents the 2009 tour! All the cars, all the Girls and all the music that’s made it a legend among those on the down-low.
profound stockpile of chemical and biological weapons. Through the eyes of former Soviet and US leaders the cold war story is vividly and dramatically presented and it draws to an end with a perspective of it’s deadly legacy on today’s fragile World.
Jambo Jumbo: Narrated by Sir Richard Branson, the documentary is stylized and observational with an internal narrative built through intimate portrayals of 10 European volunteers who volunteer to help rebuild a school.
Through the children in this abandoned school and their families we see a human side of the Masai and the troubles its people face. The beauty of nature, the joy, the pain, the hope of the volunteers as well as the community they are there to help. This is a documentary about hope and what a small group of people can do in little time and how that can have a lasting effect and can not only help change the lives of others of but also change their own lives forever.
A Sniper who knows no bounds, nor cares for authority, comes face to face with one of his targets, in a do or die encounter. What ensues is a hellish game of cat and mouse as a cryptic filmmaker, known only as The Maestro, comes out from hiding in search of his “perfect shot”.
Vince and Amy. Homecoming King and Queen. Captain of the football team. Captain of the cheerleading squad. Life at home in their working class neighborhood wasn’t always perfect; but they were making the best of it. Or so it seemed. Flash forward eight years. Amy is graduating law school and moving forward. Vince is an addicted dope dealer on a downward spiral to oblivion.
Amy finally has to take a stand — “me or the drugs”. Blinded by foolish pride and the local celebrity status he’s attained by being Detroit’s underground party supplier, Vince chooses the drugs. To his superficial entourage of customers and cronies, Vince boasts he’s better off without her. But she’s gone. For real this time. And Vince is feeling it. Racked with self-loathing and loneliness, Vince has to consume near fatal amounts of the drugs he supplies to shut out the pain of life without her. Will this downward spiral continue? Or will Vince kick the drugs and ask Amy to take him back? The next forty-eight hours will tell. Life Goes On is their story.
48 hours could be an eternity.
Running Dry: The Global Water Crisis: RUNNING DRY is a comprehensive public information/education project, established to raise awareness regarding the worsening global humanitarian water crisis. The projects centerpiece is an explosive and enlightening in-depth documentary. RUNNING DRY.
It was inspired by former U.S. Senator Paul Simon’s book TAPPED OUT, the coming world crisis in water and what we can do about it. The documentary was written, produced and directed by Jim Thebaut. For practical purposes, there are three versions, an eighty minute feature, a fifty minute executive summary and a twenty minute “Call To Action” video.
The Cold War and Beyond: This comprehensive documentary feature Co-Written, Produced, Directed and co-Executive Produced by Jim Thebaut establishes an inside view of the Cold War era and the events and decisions which lead to the escalation of the arms race and the development of over 60.000 nuclear warheads and a profound stockpile of chemical and biological weapons. Through the eyes of former Soviet and US leaders the cold war story is vividly and dramatically presented and it draws to an end with a perspective of it’s deadly legacy on today’s fragile World.
This Tunnel South: Nothing like a death to bring a family back together again. 22 year old Danny thought he’d never go back home, a place where all roads seem to lead to a body bag or a straight jacket.
AN INTROSPECTIVE LOOK AT HOW ART AND PASSION CAN OVERCOME ALL ADVERSITY.
Eleven Girls, Eleven Cities and Only One Chance to Prove, “Who’s The Host”
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