Five Short Films





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Published on Jun 25, 2007

"Indymedia Presents" this week is a compilation of 5 short
pieces which ends with the comical "Discs of Fury"
question, "25,000 years of evolution leads
to this?" The show starts with a short piece about the Mother's
March in Washington DC of parents who lost their
children in Iraq. It is set to "Michael's Gone to War"
the song by local indy composer, Brian Kinsella.
Filmed by Amy Flannary in Washington DC. Produced by
Patricia Boiko and Winning Pictures, LLC.
Then the show moves us with the award winning film,
"Everything Upside Down". In this short film,
courageous Jesuit University students from across the
country commemorate the lives of the priests, nuns and
local people slaughtered by trainees from the School
of the Americas located in Fort Benning, Georgia.
Seattle University students take us on their journey
from Seattle to Fort Benning in their heartfelt effort
to close down the terrorist training. The film was
produced by Phil Duncan and Erin Foran. Next, is The Corporal's Boots another award winning
film. "Some people have taken it as an antiwar
statement; some people have taken it as a tribute and
memorial to our fallen heroes." Recalling the subtle
intensity of the Viet Nam memorial in Washington DC,
this story of one soldier's boots in the national
exhibit, "Eyes Wide Open", presents the inescapable
wartime reality of lives lost and families wounded. A
haunting, original score by local composer, Brian
Kinsella and the hammerlock of raw emotion create a
rare viewing experience. Produced by Patricia Boiko
and Winning Pictures, LLC. The next film, "Zapped," transforms a doctor's heart
stopping ordeal into visual poetry. It combines
fireworks and human sacrifice into whimsical drama
about a serious medical problem: atrial fibrillation.
Set to the beat of the all-girl band, Smoosh, it is a
grand display of BBQ'd doctor flesh. Poetry by Karl
Weyrauch, MD used by permission from JAMA. Drums by
Chloe. Produced by Patricia Boiko and Winning
Pictures, LLC. Last is the comical, rapid paced "25,000 Years of
Evolution Leads to This" with the musical performance
of the Seattle Indy Band, Discs of Fury. The editing
and artful of interspersion of footage from an East
Africa chimpanzee expedition makes this one of Russian
Documentary Filmmaker, Ester Schub's best work yet.

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