Adventure

Project Solitude

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Eric Roberts stars as Professor John Sola in this taut, psychological thriller. The Professor takes an odd collection of people into the Pineville Mountains for an experiment in authority during the freezing winter. But shortly after they arrive, Professor Sola's volunteers start turning up dead! The tensions mount, friendships dissolve as the body count rises and the only way to find out who is not a killer is after they are murdered. What is driving the maniac and his (her?) blood lust?

The Meaning of Tea

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The Meaning of Tea is an engaging and whimsical documentary film that explores the romance and complexities surrounding tea, a universally beloved and widely consumed beverage. Along with offering poignant glimpses at the deeper character of tea, the film sheds light on its many varieties, whose value, use, practices, and traditions are sometimes misunderstood, neglected, and even threatened by today's marketplace.

Easy Does It

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Two small-town buddies and their accidental hostage careen across the 1970s Southwest on a treasure hunt turned crime spree. Easy Does It is a freewheeling road adventure about unlikely friendships and the giddy futility of chasing the American dream.

The Decadent and Depraved

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Starting as a student 'fun' project to being considered as Western Australia’s largest independent feature film, 
“The Decadent and Depraved” is set in the late 1880s in a remote 
and dark place in the outback of Western Australia telling 
the story of Leon Murphy who leaves his wife and child 
in a bid to ensure their safety. He is a wanted man but plans to 
surrender himself into the hands of Her Majesty’s army to be hanged. 
Unbeknownst to Leon, shortly after his departure his 

A Valkyrie's Tale

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A Norse myth, animated and retold by the 2017-18 fourth grade classes at Crestwood Elementary school (Madison WI), using block-print characters on hand-drawn construction paper backgrounds. The students wrote the script, drew the storyboards, did the animation, and acted out all the voice parts in art class, while the fifth grade classes composed and performed the score across the hall in the music room.