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This Time – Short Film

“This Time” is a short film written by Reagan Gomez-Preston and directed by Matthew A. Cherry. It stars Reagan Gomez, Michael Moss, Terri J. Vaugn, and Sinorice Moss. This Time deals with the realities that many people have to face when a loved one returns home from war and everything has changed. Film Festival Official Selections: Rincon International Film Festival, Boston international Film Festival, GI Film Festival, San Fransico Black Film Festival, Martha Vineyard African American Film Festival, Roxbury Interational Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Miami Short Film Festival. This film is dedicated to the men and women who have given their lives to protect our country. And their family members with whom their memory lives on. Director: Matthew Cherry Written By: Reagan Gomez Executive Producer: Liberty Madison, Sinorice Moss, Quetaya Scott Producers: Enitan Bereola, , Portia Jenkins, Shauna Faith-Graham Director Of Photography: Zubari Duniani Edited By: Reginald Harrison Production Company: Cherry Entertainment in association with Liberty Madison Productions and Supremacy Films www.themoviethistime.com Visit http to make a donation. www.imdb.com

Canon 5D Mark 3 Low Light Exploration 12800 ISO – “Seattle” by Any Given Chance

I rented the Canon 5D Mark 3 to determine if upgrading (from the Mark 2) is a wise investment. I called upon a Director friend, Sam Campos, and said we need to film something at night to test the low light capabilities of the Mark 3. Sam invited a musician friend Zack Manzano, lead singer to the Hawaii based band Any Given Chance, and Reiko Pualani Campos to embark into filming a music video for our low light exploration. The result is the first cut to the music video “Seattle” by Any Given Chance. NOTE: In the beginning of the video where the talent is near the green and white motorcycle the scene was not lit and I used a 12800 ISO setting. To give you a look at what the scene looked like I took a photo with a iPhone 4S and uploaded it to the photo section here in the description. Also the last shot of the airplane flying in the end was also filmed at 12800 ISO and the detail you could see of the plane, plus you could even see diamond head in the distance. Sam and I both said that we could not see see diamond head with our own eyes at the time of the filming. MUSIC VIDEO DIRECTED BY: Sam Campos SHOT & CUT BY: Andrew Mostajo Magpoc FEATURING: Zack Manzano & Reiko Pualani Campos CAMERA: Canon 5D Mark 3 LENS: Zeiss 50mm 1.4 SETTINGS: CUSTOM Sharpness turned off. Contrast turn down a couple of clicks. Other settings default. GRADING: No Grading. Only a select few footage slightly graded for exposure to even out the look of the overall video. Other than that the footage is as

The Fire Knife Dance

Film was made by Devin Graham. Add my facebook! 🙂 www.facebook.com And don’t forget Twitter! 🙂 www.twitter.com To contact me about potenital freelance jobs/feature film work, contact me by email here. [email protected] The music for this video was composed by Elton Luz. You can contact him at this link. www.wix.com You can download the song off of itunes in the link directly below 🙂 itunes.apple.com The fire knife dancers are all professionals and some of the best in the world. They all work at the Polynesian Cultural Center which is the number one tourist attraction in Hawaii. It’s like Disneyland, but Hawaii style, where guests learn and experience the full Polynesian culture. If you want more info on this place where you can see more fire knife dancers and other amazing things, check out the link below (ps no one is paying me to say this :)) www.polynesia.com I have below the three fire knife dancers I worked with, in the order that they appear in the video. They were all awesome to work with and I now consider all of them great friends. Malo Matau Maika Tuala Rockett Tenney My friend James Choi was the one who had a great help in making this all happen as well. He was the original contact for the fire knife dancers, and he got them all together and the fire knifes that we needed. Also my friend Nathan Smith helped setting up, and filming the other camera that was on the tripod, as well as James. As far as the technical details of this video go….. It was shot on