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movie opens in 1609 when Samuel De Champlain spots a monster in Lake
Champlain. Over and over through the years it is sighted
Now, in modern day, Mitchell Grant, the monster hunter, reviewing all
the articles and looking out at the lake. He, 2 NY Detectives and a
couple of bartenders have the adventure of a lifetime when
Sammi, and to off her children break back into the lake. Why do these
lakes have monsters? The journey ends when the US Military
arrives to snuff out the issue and bury the details of the
interconnected lakes. Wiped phones, hazy memories and few dead
bodies leave us all wondering. Movie ends with
Champlain buoy washing up on shore....in CHINA!
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TRUTH ON STARFISH ISLAND" - The
specialized island, Starfish Island, allows for folks to snorkel at
the great barrier reef and then relax on Starfish Island before they
return to their cruise line. Carol Bordeaux will stop here on here
cruise, in fact this is the only place she stops. She was
abducted a few years earlier in Mexico by some policeman. One got
away. She stops at Starfish for it's safety and the friendship
she has with Amir. Amir's cousin is married to Davis O'Grady who
wants to make a film. She tells him the story. Story
resolves at a new Starfish Island opening, the missing policeman rises
to the occasion and saves Carol and redeems himself. Carol and Amir
fall in love.
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Our movie opens with a group of people enjoying a
dinner party with a woman and also a reflection on her missing boy who
was brutally murdered by his own father, who then killed himself,
leaving her guilt and confusion. After the tragedy, Christina
Bernhaufer begins to rebuild her life and starts to reach back into
the community and finds a way to express herself through charity work.
They all seem to think she is doing well and all know her from some
point in her life. She's not. Her friend Dahlia and her filmmaker
husband are engaged to make a film about this, and she brings them on
an emotional hell ride, with Dahlia spending the worst 12 hours in the
car on a 200 mile trip. Movie ends with the opening scene replaying
itself, a new group of people join her for a dinner party, celebrate
the life of her son outside with candle vigil outside and go back into
a rocking party with Christina, a woman on the mend?
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"UPSIDE DOWN" : In they come, a 2004 Mazda with 92,400 miles, worth maybe 2000, 2500 bucks. You call for the payoff….they owe 11,000! The true pain of the upside down loan and the many inversions of the loan to come in the future enslave many car owners in America. Folks paying for cars they cannot drive, folks paying way to much for for too little and the repeated insult of being stuck there again the next time they need a car. At some point this train will come off the tracks.This film will explore all sides: Dealer, Banker & Consumer, examine the true pain of the upside down loan and the many incarnations of the loan to come in the future, and how it enslaves many millions of car owners in America. Some folks spend decades in this predicament… Why?This film will try to sort this out and maybe highlight some solutions to make it better.. SEEKING FUNDING - CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION
UPS" : Smack
dab in the middle of his life Kevin Finian, the self employed
producer, has to go get a job. He ends up in a car
dealership. While is learning sales from the slick hucksters and
dealing with the oddities of the dealership life, he is also improving
himself with self help books, meditation and more. This plays
into a fantastic interplay between the unusual cast of characters at
the car dealership and Kevin who is looking at the bright side of
things and trying to find a way out!
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"Today is aNOTHER fantastic day to be alive!"
|Dreamkillers||Coming of age- feature with musical soundtrack||$ 1.5 Million|
|The Truth on Star fish Island||Set in Belize,
corruption, abduction, rescue and redemption.
||$ 2 million|
Champlain Monster Thriller.
||$ 3.5 Million
about the Car Financing Bubble About to Burst!
about a man entering the car business mid-life.
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"Shoot pretty pictures, you'll always be busy!" That was what a commercial producer told me in the early part of my career. Th e truth is, he was so right. A pretty picture makes the storytelling easier, and storytelling is what we do. We create beautiful media that educates entertains and informs viewers around the world. The messages we create, with our partners, offers incredible tools and a true measure for our clients, as they strive to tell their story in a very, very busy media world. @ O'Brien Worldwide, we offer decades of production experience on 4 continents, a collection of collaborators at multiple skills in multiple places, all held together with our desire to help tell the best story we can. Yes, cutting our teeth on Procter and Gamble, Kimberly Clarke and other packaged goods assignments did help us develop a system, a system to justify every shot and to truly make effective use of our production days.
The ability to harness
the vast array of artists, crew and digital technology is truly what
O'Brien makes no mystery out of it: "It's the feeling," quips O'Brien.
" The feeling comes from a generated concert of efforts from a
myriad of people and technologies, all lashed together like sled dogs,
mushing together to the finish. You see the feeling makes the media
powerful." All the media O'Brien focuses on now is about feeling good.
"Consider things that are lovely and of good report," says St.
Paul. (We'll stick with that concept.) Cheers!