Thursday, December 30, 2010

Stokes on the Fire

Image stolen [from here]

The below videos, themes, and activities can end any standard employment that I seek, or have sought. But, in the coming year, the below is actually going to help me get independent film and documentary work. I have met interesting people, have made some new contacts, and have high hopes for dancing in artistic realms in 2011.

Steven G. Erickson questions Phil Donahue

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SvenVonErick | July 12, 2008 | likes, 0 dislikes

I ask him a question about 20 seconds in.

The topics of discussion are Phil Donahue's Documentary, "Body of War":

Should Bush be arrested for being a war criminal and crimes against humanity?

What about Free Speech, a Free Press, the economy, and our youth not be unnecessarily harmed and killed?

Bush, Prostitutes, & Cocaine

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SvenVonErick | October 23, 2008 | likes, 0 dislikes


I, Steven G. Erickson, had filmed Vermont Attorney General candidate Charlotte Dennett and Vincent Bugliosi from the current Attorney General's office around the streets of Montpelier, VT, as they were asking about prosecuting US President George W. Bush for murder and about voting.

Whether or not you live in Vermont, if you want to see Bush prosecuted I advise getting in touch with people in Vermont to get out in support of Progressive candidate Dennett.

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I helped with a horror film shot in Greenfield, Massachusetts, months ago. I should be listed in the credits. It was fun working with the people in the below video. I would yell, "Rolling," "Cut", "Last Looks", etc.

Meet the Maker on Chiller TV Pt. 5

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moderncine | November 27, 2010 | likes, 0 dislikes

Fifth installment of the Behind-The-Scenes look at the upcoming film by Lucky Mckee, "The Woman".

Webisodes by David J. Ruck


Hope to do a project involving Mr. James Corbett of The Corbett Report in the future:

stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot Com

Cyberwar On, Banks Fail, New Year Predictions - New World Next Week

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corbettreport | December 30, 2010 | likes, 0 dislikes

new world next week - dec30: cyberwars, banks fail, 2011 predictions

Welcome back one last time in 2010 to - the video series from Corbett Report & Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in alternative news & open-source intelligence. This week:

Story #1: 2010 The Year The Internet Went to War
Related: Greenwald Challenges Wired on Refusal to Publish Manning Evidence

Story #2: 2010 Worst Year for Bank Failures Since 1992
Background: Inside the Global Banking Intelligence Complex

Story #3: 2011 - What's Coming
Related: Gerald Celente - Trends, Not Predictions for 2011
Related: Bob Chapman - 2011 Is Going to Be a Very Bad Year
Related: Daniel Estulin - Predictions 2011

Bonus: Media Monarchy Interview w/ Red Ice Radio on Wikileaks, Assange & The Pirate Party
Media Monarchy Mixtape007: Winter Wondaland & The Best of 2010

Subscribe to to get hi-quality episodes to download, burn & share. And as always, stay up-to-date by subscribing to the feeds from Corbett Report & Media Monarchy Thank you.

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I met Robert Greenwald at the NCMR Free Press Event, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 2008, filmed him, talked to him, and enjoyed the entire experience and people, over 3 days.

Media ignores infinite Afghan war

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RTAmerica | December 30, 2010 | likes, 1 dislikes

Instead of investigating further, the mainstream media appears to be more concerned with entertainment news, such as the Kardashian's new product, than a war that has claimed the lives of thousands of Americans and innocent Afghan civilians. Founder of Brave New Films Robert Greenwald says I think it's a combination of factors; first of all, it's only been in the last 5 or so years that the networks have forced news to become an income source the same way they look at sports or entertainment.

Words of Wisdom about our current Police State


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