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Cambodia’s first ever crowd-funded feature, FREEDOM DEAL, needs your support!

 http://igg.me/p/101764?a=207478  IndieGogo, or  http://media-alliance.stores.yahoo.net/intomac6hrme.html   TAX DEDUCTIBLE (non-crowd funding link) through US fiscal sponsor, Media AllianceFREEDOM DEAL,  a Supernatural Feature Drama set in Cambodia During Nixon’s 1970 Cambodia Incursion, as the Vietnam War expands across the border in search of NVA and Viet-Cong sanctuaries…Leading to US Protests and the Killing of 4 Students at Kent State UniversityCrowd funded, cast, […]

4 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on Cambodia’s first ever crowd-funded feature, FREEDOM DEAL, needs your support!

Now welcoming guests: one of Cambodia’s few remaining vintage cinemas, the ‘Royal’

Now welcoming guests in Kampot, Cambodia: one of Cambodia’s few remaining vintage cinemas, the ‘Royal’: a living relic of the silver screen, whose kindly caretakers invite folks to stop by and take a look starting today (February 2, 2012).  Contributions in support of the cinema house are welcome, pls make any contributions directly to the […]

5 years, 2 months ago Comments Off on Now welcoming guests: one of Cambodia’s few remaining vintage cinemas, the ‘Royal’

Co-writing a feature animation script in Bangkok

As seen here…output from ultra-portable netbook to big-ass Plasma TV allows for easy, on-the-fly client participation. Contact Camerado writer-director J Rosette with screenwriting and script doctoring inquries… (See ongoing screenwriting portfolio HERE) CAMERADO Movies and Media http://www.camerado.com

5 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on Co-writing a feature animation script in Bangkok

Pix and More from the 2nd Vientianale Film Festival, Laos (May 2011)

Pix and more from the 2011 Vientianale Film Festival in Vientiane, Laos; a couple short films I made in Cambodia played there (‘The Commute’, ‘Vuth Learns to Rock’) Will be adding captions and more info bit by bit…. CAMERADO Movies and Media http://www.camerado.com

5 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on Pix and More from the 2nd Vientianale Film Festival, Laos (May 2011)