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Drupal “Monster” Rap Music Video

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Directed, shot and edited by Brian Potter Productions

Description:
“Monster (Drupal Remix feat. A.Hughes and D.Stagg)” was written by by A.Hughes (schipul.com/​ahughes, twitter.com/​ahughes3) and D.Stagg (schipul.com/​dstagg, twitter.com/​dstagg) with the support of Schipul – The Web Marketing Company.

We’re passionate about Drupal as a powerful CMS tool for websites and love the Drupal community. Find the Schipul team at DrupalCon 2011 in Chicago.

Download the track here:
blog.schipul.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2011/​03/​monster-drupal-remix-feat-a-hughes-d-stagg.mp3

Blog post here:
blog.schipul.com/​monster-drupal-remix-feat-a-hughes-and-d-stagg-music-video-released/

You can check out behind-the-scene photos here:
facebook.com/​#!/​album.php?aid=2110975&id=73301858&fbid=613507130364

Drupal is an open-source CMS software that allows organizations & businesses to manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. Visit schipul.com/​drupal for more info – we’d love to connect!

Payton Rae Music Video – “Mississippi’s Crying”

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Performed by Payton Rae Burrows paytonraemusic.com, featuring Caitlin Beadles and Tyler Henry.
Co-written by Shelly Fairchild, Stephony Smith

Directing, Cinematography, Editing, Grading by OOA Productions:
• Harold Green, Vision Creative Media visioncreativemedia.com
• Brian Potter, Brian Potter Productions BrianPotterProductions.com
• Larry Westfall, Lime Light Media limelightm.com

with Austin Kennedy of AK Productions akproductionvideos.wetpaint.com and Danielle Potter, DP Photo Design facebook.com/​DPphotodesign.

Shot on Canon 5DMkIIs, f/2.8L 24-70mm and f/2.8L 70-200mm, Kessler 12/8 Motorized Crane, Kessler Cineslider, ARRI lighting

Edited/graded in Final Cut Pro 7, After Effects CS5.

Keeping Up With The Kesslers

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• Shot on Canon 5DMkII, 24-70mm f/2.8L, 70-200mm f/2.8L
• Kessler Cineslider, Manfrotto 143A Magic Arm, Oracle controller
• Kessler 8’/12′ V3 Crane, Revolution head, Oracle controller
• Natural lighting + diffusion
• Zoom H4N Field Recorder
• Edited in FCP 7
• Composited, Graded in AE CS5, Magic Bullet Looks
• Music: Logic Pro 9
• Sound: Soundtrack Pro

Produced, Directed, Shot & Edited by
Larry Westfall LimeLightM.com
Brian Potter BrianPotterProductions.com
Harold Green visioncreativemedia.com

On Twitter:
• Harold Green: mediaguy777
• Brian Potter: bpotter

On Facebook:
facebook.com/​BrianPotterProductions
facebook.com/​LimeLightM
facebook.com/​VisionCreativeMedia

Kessler Gear Beg

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Narrated by Larry Westfall
• Starring Larry Westfall, Harold Green, Brian Potter, Elena Witt-Guerra
• Written by Brian Potter, Larry Westfall, Harold Green, Jason Benjamin
• Shot in Houston, Texas by Brian Potter, Larry Westfall, Jason Benjamin jasonbenjamin.net
• Music/scored by Harold Green / Vision Creative Media visioncreativemedia.com
• Edited and color graded by Harold Green / Vision Creative Media
• Jib and cardboard engineering: Larry Westfall / Lime Light Media limelightm.com
• Comic Relief: Brian Potter Productions brianpotterproductions.com

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• Canon 5D MkII, f/2.8L 24-70mm, f/2.8L 70-200mm
• Final Cut Pro 7, Adobe After Effects CS5, Magic Bullet Colorista II
• Logic Pro 9, Roland RD-700GX

On Twitter:
• Harold Green twitter.com/mediaguy777
• Brian Potter twitter.com/bpotter
• Jason Benjamin twitter.com/jbenjamin85

Fatal Illusion – Film

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Fatal Illusion is a gripping web of decit, lies and magic. Mac Taylor (Clay Banks) is in a bind with a bookie. Thankfully he has a new life threatening illusion and a potentially big contract in Vegas. Despite the warnings of his partner Dutch (Lars Madsen), he decides to give the illusion a run with his assistant Leslie (Jennifer Middleton). WIll Mac make the Vegas contract in time to fend off the bookie and his thugs? What about his partners warnings?

This film festival favorite was an award winning piece for the 168 film festival in Los Angeles, California.

Directed by Brian Potter
Written by Brian Potter, Clay Banks and Lars Madsen
Original Music by Greg Cooper

Based on Proverbs 19:3

Produced in 2003