Trailer for the long overdue fan film.
A short film from Keychain-Productions Directed by Lewis D chaney and Neil Kellen
A five minute film by Rick Liss. A portrait of New York City in 1980. Which was an extremely fertile time creatively in New York City. This is a record of the city at that time. Music principally by Laurie Anderson Rick Liss' past-paced, trippy short film "No York City" is an erratic witness to New York in 1980. Liss flies by the Twin Towers, down a graffied Sixth Avenue and in between dated crowds, racing through Central Park and ultimately getting drunk with a bunch of mimes by the boat house. But in many ways, 1980 NYC looks shockingly similar to 2011 NYC (have they updated, or cleaned, the subway since then?). The pacing, the hyperventilating commute, the rush through jagged mazes and subway corridors and crowds, the drunk, Parisian mimes, all feels quite familiar (maybe not the mimes). But in between the overly artful cuts (zooming into Harings and Basquiats) is a great look at a city half-gone.
Got Bass? Check out these two guys as they discover they should have gotten their subwoofers at Pivco in Evansville instead of a pawn shop.
This is a stand-alone clip from "THE BIBLE THE BODY AND BIOCHEMISTRY" From ICHTHUS FILMS. This vid sets forth the proposition that God HAS spoken and IS speaking through the "encoded" message of DNA. It is far more complex than Egyptian or Greek - or anything that SETI has looked for from space. It is exacting - predictable and understandable. It is mathematical and undeniably amazing...Could it be that God is speaking and we are just not listening?
Another death blow to Evolution brought to you by ICHTHUS FILMS. Here is the scientific answer - the TRUTH - to the evoheads' arguments concerning nylon eating bacteria, insect resistance to pesticides and virus resistance to new drugs. Please don't let their psuedoscientific double-talk dupe you. Watch this film - then you will know the truth.
Music video of the Robert A. Wolf song Midnight Mary, from the 2009 Krakatoa album. Music from this CD has been featured on The Weather Channel's Local on the 8's. This song originally written for the indie film 'Scorned', that was shot here in the Tri-State area, however Robert's music was not used in the film, but this cut made track no.8 on the 2009 Krakatoa album.
Owensboro's Indie Connection web exclusive with the 2 of the actors from the film Hallows Eve. Full Interview with Robert and Kevin
Owensboro's Indie Connection web exclusive with the producers of the film Hallows Eve. Full Interview with Rodney Newton and PJ Starks
Owensboro's Indie Connection web exclusive with the producers of the film Hallows Eve.