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Bad Bitches | 2014 | dir. Ben Olivas
The story follows a group of women that aim to protect fellow women from assault and rape - but through more unconventional means. It’s basically Fight Club meets Thelma and Louise.
(First time trying to make gifs for tumblr. Harder than I thought it would be - they’re really not generous with file size. Might add a part 2 to this later - there’s a number of really cool shots.)
Brazil, 1985 (dir. Terry Gilliam)
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A Fighter’s Heart (dir. Nicholas G. Baldwin, 2014) [Trailer]
I’m part of an upcoming short film about a veteran who pursues MMA as a way to cope with PTSD. There’s some really gorgeous cinematography in there, check it out.
Surreal-Utopian Worlds: photo collages by NYC-based creative director / designer ©MGvisual (MG)
Unlike much imagery you’ll find today, she uses no computer editing to create her highly detailed works.
all images©mgvisual - (prints available upon request)
Fake Criterion Collection cover for Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
Stills from a short film I’m working on. We’ve had some production hiccups, but for the most part everything is going well. Best way I can describe it is as a cross between Fight Club and Thelma and Louise.
My sister recorded a ukulele cover of Chip Skylark’s “My Shiny Teeth and Me.”
Black Principal (a sound project)
STARRING CHRIS ROCK
I took these pictures for a class project.