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InterReflections, Official Film Trailer. By Peter Joseph (2020)
Watch now: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/interreflections InterReflections is an experimental, mixed genre narrative feature film by Peter Joseph, adapted from his book The New Human Rights Movement. The ambitious, nearly 3 hour work challenges not only contemporary thinking about society, it challenges the very art of filmmaking itself with an unprecedented avant-garde style. Taking place in three time frames, the through-line is connected by the story of Concordia, a hacktivist organization comprised of high-ranking military defectors from around the world. They seek to stop further destabilization of the world in the mid 21st century by strategically shifting technological focus from “weaponry” to “livingry”. Main Site: http://interreflectionsmovie.com/ Behind the scenes images: https://www.interreflectionsmovie.com/new-page Many thanks to the Indiegogo supporters who helped make this film possible. The book: http://www.thenewhumanrightsmovement.com/ About Peter: https://www.peterjoseph.info/biography Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZeitgeistFilm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peterjosephofficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peterjosephofficial/
Audio Design Desk
The short film, LOS, was written by Juan Gamez, Jarad Nava and Antonio Hernandez. Three kids facing life in prison. The film was written in an InsideOUT Writers class taught by Gabriel Cowan which is featured in the documentary THEY CALL US MONSTERS directed by Ben Lear. LOS was produced by Gabriel Cowan, Nora Kirkpatrick, Ben Lear and John Suits for New Artists Alliance - a film company which promotes diverse film crews and endeavors to assist first time filmmakers. For more information on InsideOUT Writers, go to www.insideoutwriters.org - for more information on New Artists Alliance go to www.naafilms.com - for more information on THEY CALL US MONSTERS go to www.theycallusmonsters.com. Thank you for watching!!
"FUEL" - The film
A mini-doc overview of "Fuel," a vital, superbly assembled feature documentary that presents an insightful overview of America's troubled relationship with oil and how alternative and sustainable energies can reduce our country's and the world's addictive dependence on fossil fuels. The piece features interviews with a wide range of environmentalists, policy makers, educators; as well as with "green" celebrities such as Woody Harrelson, Sheryl Crow and Larry Hagman offering serious fuel for thought -- as well as for action. The film's structure is built around director-narrator Josh Tickell's personal journey of enlightenment, which started in childhood after moving with his family from idyllic Australia to murkier Louisiana, where he came to realize the oil-rich environment was being ravaged by the omnipotent petrochemical industry. Later, as a young adult, he spent 11 years crossing the country in his vegetable oil-powered "Veggie Van," promoting biofuels and compiling footage for what would become this impressively comprehensive film. For More information Log onto: http://www.neweye.tv & http://www.thefuelfilm.com