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EXECUTION - The Director's Cut
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"Execution" is a film about the final days of man's life on death row.  This movie is the first of it's kind and features a real condemned man, a real prison warden and a real priest playing roles that they actually lived in their own lives.  The film has screened by invitation at several major universities across the United States and in the United Kingdom.  It has also screened in select theaters for a series of one-time events sponsored by Regal Theaters and Amnesty International.  Even though the filmmakers don't hide the fact that this movie is a dramatic feature film, many people believe that some scenes in the film are real.  The creative objective of this movie event is to take the viewer as close to the execution process as possible.  The final scene of the film was shot in real time to achieve this goal of realism.  As a viewer, you decide if executing a man in the name of justice is right or wrong and you decide what's real and what's not.  Execution Event
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FORGOTTEN ON THE BAYOU 
The Director's Cut
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Rockey Vaccarella made local news when he survived Hurricane Katrina by holding on to a rope on his roof. If that wasn't amazing enough, he then made world news when he towed his FEMA trailer to Washington DC to try and get a meeting with the President of the United States...AND HE DID IT!

Humanitarian Vision Award Winner
- Newport Beach Film Festival

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- Moondance Film Festival Hollywood

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- First Glance Philadelphia Film Festival

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- Rome International Film Festival

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- Ozone Film Festival

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- Palm Beach Film Festival
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THE SOJOURNERS 
The Director's Cut
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This is a unique story as told through the eyes of a curious filmmaker and his son about a pilgrimage of 47 youths on a 10 day journey to the other side of the world to discover one of the most mysterious places on earth.  Along their journey both are faced with situations that challenge their faith and their fundamental beliefs.  Others on the trip have questions of their own, most notably, whether visionaries are actually receiving messages from the Virgin Mary.  In spite of their doubts and many conflicts, this father and son seek to find common ground while attempting to discover the truth about this sacred land and the devout believers in their group.  What lies ahead is not what you would expect.  
THE PEOPLE'S STORY
The Director's Cut
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When Hurricane Mitch took aim at the coast of Central America in October 1998, no one could imagine that it would result in one of the most destructive natural disasters in the Western Hemisphere.  Untold thousands of people lost their lives; many more were left homeless, their livelihoods destroyed.  Filmmaker Steven Scaffidi has always held Central America in special regard.  (His wife, Ana, is a native Honduran.)  When the calamity struck, their first instinct was to send aid.  Then Steve had a better idea.  Along with supplies a few donations and using his family savings, he assembled a professional film crew and set out to document the unforgettable story of the people who had survived the ravages of Mitch.  Arriving only days after the hurricane, Steve and his team traveled around Honduras, hardest hit of all Central American countries.  The scenes they captured and the stories that are told will forever be remembered.  
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HARD TIMES DON'T HIT ME NO MORE
The Director's Cut
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Top Louisiana songwriters/musicians led by Rockin' Dopsie Jr, Eli Seals, John Autin and TJ Zino take on the challenge of their careers as they attempt to write a hit song with New Orleans Mission Volunteer Ewell Smith and over 100 homeless people as their co-writers. To make things even more interesting they only have one hour to accomplish this seemingly impossible task before they perform it live for the audience and our cameras!  
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