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Christ Arriving [Damascus World Edition] {FULL LENGTH MUSICAL}

Christ Arriving [Damascus World Edition] 5 psychedelic music videos combined into 1 futuristic musical dedicated to the end of time, the 2nd coming of Christ and the confrontation with the Anti-Christ that will bring the end of time closer. The musical constantly refers to the landing of Jesus on the minarets of Damascus. Something we all look forward to happening, a world event. The musical also proclaims to the arrival of the Anti-Christ on this world, the worst chaos of al...

Omer Pasha-Christ Arriving [Damascus World Edition] 1

Omer Pasha-Christ Arriving [Damascus World Edition] 1   ...

Vancouver Women In Film Festival

We are excited to announce that Monster has been accepted into Vancouver Women in Film Festival! ...


Director: Deborah Burns.
A short film about Hannah’s journey to feed an illusive monster lurking in the woods. Set in the future, her village lives in harmony with nature. The monster is their only problem. Every time he is hungry he roars, and the villagers hold a lottery. The unlucky winner must sneak into the forest to drop off food and then get out quickly. As a result no one has ever seen the monster. Hannah is a curious teen who inadvertently breaks rules. As a consequence her journey will end much differently than her predecessors.

VIFF announces the line-up for the Festival's showcase of East Asian Cinema

Tony Rayns and Shelly Kraicer, programmers of the Vancouver International Film Festival's big Dragons & Tigers: The Cinemas of East Asia section, today announced that the program will showcase a total of 35 features, four mid-length films and 22 shorts (programmed to date). Dragons & Tigers, one of the pre-eminent showcases of East Asian films in the world, is presented with the generous support of Brad Birarda and Robert Sali. The series will feature five World Premieres, eight Internat...

A look at Canadian films in the Vancouver Festival

The Vancouver International Film Festival will present 89 Canadian films in the Festival, fully one-quarter of the more than 350 films presented at this year's VIFF. These films showcase new works from some of our most popular and prolific filmmakers, along with a great crop of new talent. The Canadian line-up includes 20 dramatic and 13 nonfiction feature-length films, six mid-length films and 50 shorts. "The Canadian Images program traditionally includes some of the hottest tick...

The Kitsilano Film Festival

The Kitsilano Film Festival will take place in the community and neighborhoods of Kitsilano August 14th, & 15th, 2009. The parameters of the films and videos in 2009 will be that they must be short films of any genre with a running time not exceeding 20 minutes (credits included).

Omer Pasha-The Curse (French Edition)

Omer Pasha-The Curse (French Edition) The Curse French Edition is a compilation of 9 music videos of 'The Curse', 'Who Are You' and'Come To Me' by Omer Pasha. The Curse French Edition features french subtitles as musical dialogues exchanged between the witch , Farah and the cursed boy, Pasha. The adventures of The Curse take place between Canada and the USA; Pasha brings his curse to Toronto, Vancouver, New York City a...

Vancouver Festival sets box office records

The 26th annual Vancouver International Film Festival has broken the $1 million box office mark for the first time. The cost of putting on the festival exceeds $2.5 million, so that $1 million covers 40% of expenses with the balance being made up by sponsorship from the private sector (42%) and from government (18%). The popularity of the festival, as well as the media coverage and ballot results for individual films were more enthusiastic than ever.  For the past decade, the number of films an...

The Final Days

I made this film in Vancouver, Canada. I appreciate for cineworks and Canadian. This film was selected for LosAngeles International Short Film Festival in 2005.