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Love Blind

“Love Never Dies”
Shot Fall, 2006.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A
Film by Tony Swarthout
Starring Ben Cubbedge, Maureen Davis, & Angela Eckert
Location: Glendale & Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Sally’s Song”, Fiona Apple, Nightmare Before Christmas (SE) amazon_but
Notes:
The first time I heard Fiona Apple’s version of Sally’s Song, this idea unfolded in my head. I decided that to really explore what I’d learned from making all of these shorts that I had to direct other actors in this one, instead of being a bit lazy and playing parts myself. I was pretty pleased with how it turned out.

A few months after making the film, I decided to take the time to see the world and hopefully find more stories outside of our little bubble of relationship and work problems in Los Angeles. The team had spread across the planet to work on their own projects. We’d come a long way from just talking about making films and felt happy that we were able to Just Shoot It. -Tony S.

Girl, Heartbroken (Quiznos Ad)

Shot Winter, 2006.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A
Film by Azad J.
Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Notes:
This ad contest entry by Azad earned us a year’s worth of Quiznos sandwiches (though he was shooting for $10k). A clip aired on VH1′s Best Week Ever program. In fact, in December 2006, you could have seen glimpses of me on VH1, Current TV, and the Independent Film Channel. Today, you can’t even see me watching these channels (I don’t have cable). -Tony S.

L’Oreal for Men, Not for Women

Shot September, 2006.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A
Film by Azad J.
Starring Angela & Tony
Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Notes:
While I was still riding the Missing Pieces wave, Azad was entering as many video contests as he could to try to win money. “Not for Women” was chosen to run on Current TV’s channel. Apparently, at one point this ad was airing on Current TV up to four times a day. My pale gut, four times a day. Nice. L’Oreal was so pleased with it, they licensed it for placement on the front page of YouTube the next year. -Tony S.

Dropped Call

Shot August 20, 2006.
Camera: Panasonic GS-120
Film by Kirk Diaz
Starring Tony & Azad
Location: Glendale, CA.
Notes:
Azad and I were working on a feature length project called “Return to Sender”. Some of the scenes were shot at my place in Glendale with Kirk’s help. While we shot, Kirk noticed something about my and Azad’s outfits and decided to shoot this quick bit. You either see the gag or you don’t. -Tony S.

Missing Pieces (Regina Spektor)

“Love, lost and found.”
Shot April-June 2006
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A
Film by Tony Swarthout
Starring Ashlie Victoria Clark & Tony Swarthout
Location: Glendale & Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Fidelity”, Regina Spektor, Born to Hope amazon_but
Notes:
One of my goals with Filmgeneration was to create a short film that I felt was worthy enough to enter into film festivals. I’d come up with this simple idea for Missing Pieces and was ready to shoot it when the blues got the better of me for a while and I gave up on it. I’d been trying to cast a couple of different actresses but it wasn’t until Ashlie signed on that things really got going. I had the perfect actress, so I had to make the film.

I don’t remember how I came across Regina Spektor but I was using “Fidelity” as a temporary track to edit to. As I showed it to close friends, everyone was getting attached to the song. Problem was, Spektor was a new artist and there wasn’t even an official video for the song yet. Licensing it seemed impossible until a Disney exec let me drop his name at Warner Records. Next thing you know, I’m trying to raise $800 just so I could legally screen the film at festivals.

The first festival I got into was the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu. This was followed up by the Vietnamese International and Ohio Independent film fests as well as the 2007 College Film Tour.

The Independent Film Channel selected the film to air a few times as part of its IFC Media Lab program. I didn’t have clearance to use the Regina Spektor track for television so I contact a then little known artist named Ingrid Michaelson on MySpace to ask for permission to use “Starting Now”. She graciously agreed and there the film was on TV!

Missing Pieces (Ingrid Michaelson)

Music:
“Starting Now”, Ingrid Michaelson, Girls and Boys amazon_but

One of the things I handed out to raise money for “Fidelity” music rights was a DVD that included an outtake reel. For the first time online, here it is:

The whole process of making Missing Pieces was healing. I really felt like the film saved me and proved once again that Art is Therapy. Huge thanks to everyone who supported it. -Tony S.

Retrospective

“Everyone needs someone to talk to.”
Shot May, 2006.
Camera: Sony TRV-900.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring Aya S. and Kirk
Location: Van Nuys, CA
Music:
Kirk Diaz
Notes:
Kirk gets back into his head, revisiting the set up from Introspective. He’ll have to send some background on what he was going through. -Tony S.

The Duel

“All it takes is a little creative expression to get loud neighbors in the same groove.”
Shot October, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Greg S. & Derek S.
Starring Greg, Derek, and Lori.
Location: Glendale and North Hollywood, CA
Music:
Derek Syverud, Greg, & Jack Bradshaw
Notes:
Greg will chime in when he gets a chance but what I remember was that it took months to finish this one due to all of the music that they had to sync up. Christopher Walken would be pleased with the cow bell. -Tony S.

The Winter

“A cold and bitter end.”
Shot December, 2005.
Camera: Canon SD 400.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Tony
Location: Berlin, Germany
Music:
“Falling in Love Again”, Marlene Dietrich amazon_but
“Ich Bin Vom Kopf Bis Fuss Auf Liebe”, Marlene Dietrich amazon_but
Notes:
This was another found footage type of experimental short I did while spending New Year’s Eve in Berlin with my friends Brant and Julian. I was still dealing with my recent breakup and the holiday gloom that comes from it. The metal faces I walked on were part of an installation called “Shalechet” (Fallen Leaves) by Menashe Kadishman at the Jewish Museum in Berlin. There were so many images in this film that captured the darkness of that winter.

I’d always wanted to finish up this experimental series with The Spring and The Summer. I almost shot The Spring in Paris but decided to just enjoy the scenery. -Tony S.

Resolution

“A man’s gotta have goals.”
Shot October 5, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Tony
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“Auld Lang Syne”, Guy Lombardo amazon_but
Notes:
We had a Christmas and Thanksgiving short, so I figured we should have a New Year’s short as well. It was actually shot weeks before the New Year and was one of the quickest shorts we’d shot (other than Dead Squirrel). When some friends and family saw it, they thought the resolutions were auto-biographical and worried that I had started smoking (I hadn’t and will not). -Tony S.

Ninja Dinner

“This ninja has a deadly hunger.”
Shot October 5, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring R.A. & Mikos Z.
Location: Los Angeles (UCLA), CA.
Music:
Shinobi, Sega Master System
Notes:
I got dumped again. I was miserable and didn’t feel like going home for the Thanksgiving holiday. I decided I was going to stay home and make a film all by myself. Just a tripod and a whole lotta ninja weapons. I ended up eating that dinner as my Thanksgiving supper before editing and posting this gem. -Tony S.

Whole Damn Thing

“Is this couple’s relationship finished?”
Shot October 5, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring R.A. & Mikos Z.
Location: Los Angeles (UCLA), CA.
Music:
“Carolina”, Meredith Bragg & the Terminals, Vol. 1 amazon_but
Notes:
Awaiting Kirk’s notes.

“How to Impress Girls” Vol. 3 – DANCING

“Kevin’s been having some trouble with the ladies…”
Shot Fall, 2005.
Camera: Canon XL-1s.
Film by Scott G.
Starring Andy G.
Location: Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Playtime”, Robert Farnon amazon_but
“Deep Toothbrush”, Magenta amazon_but
Notes:
This wasn’t “officially” made for Filmgeneration but we featured it on the site because it had to be shared and I’m doing it again for posterity. This was Scott’s video project for one of his classes. I heard that over a year later the short went viral. These days, the only copy I could find was some strangers upload on YouTube. -Tony S.

Serenade for Julia

“Unable to bear his loss, a man submerges his misery.”
Shot July, 2005.
Camera: Canon XL-1.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring Kirk, Angela E. and Tony
Location: Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Julia”, The Beatles, White Album amazon_but
Notes:
Kirk returned from Mexico in full force (and full beard), ready to shoot some new material. People have commented on my weird reaction and the secret is, I was reacting to a blank wall. My scene was shot on a totally different day from Angela’s. -Tony S.

The Fall

“Unable to bear his loss, a man submerges his misery.”
Shot July, 2005.
Camera: Canon SD 400.
Story by Tony S. & Madeli M.
Starring Madeli and Tony
Location: Yosemite National Park and Studio City, CA.
Music:
“In Ohio”, Joseph Arthur, Our Shadows Will Remain amazon_but
Notes:
While Azad was off in New Mexico to shoot “Lady Liberty” at the Duke City Shootout, he challenged me to complete a new short film as well. My friend Madeli wanted to learn how to edit video so we took footage we’d shot with a point and shoot camera in Yosemite and base a film around those clips. We shot additional scenes at the Studio City house to bring this loose story together about a guy who can’t bear the loss of his love. Such real life foreshadowing… -Tony S.

Unscripted Afternoon

“Just Shoot It.”
Shot May 7, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Directed by Azad and Manash
Starring Paul S., Stacia O., Christopher B., Andy G., and Tony
Location: Studio City, CA.
Notes:
Filmgeneration was in a bit of a dry spell for a while in the Spring of 2005. I believe Kirk was studying in Guanajuato, Mexico. Greg was busy with something music related I imagine, and I was just in a creative rut. Shooting films had changed in two years. Things were a bit more complicated and involved. So “Unscripted” was about this frustration. Part of the joke was that it was entirely scripted, unlike most of our previous work. It was poorly written but we all decided to not overthink it and just shoot the thing. It was a freezing day in May so my deepest thanks goes to Stacia for braving it in a bikini and Andy for falling into the pool take after take (and being practically waterboarded each time by the ninja mask). And apologies for my terrible line reading. Once there’s dialogue, all bets are off. -Tony S.

Boy N the Hood

“Car repair over the phone?”
Shot May 7, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Azad J.
Starring Tony
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“Blow Up (Main Theme)”, Herbie Hancock amazon_but
“Was Romeo Really a Jerk”, Emir Kusturica and
the No Smoking Orchestra. amazon_but
Notes:
I think Azad had just found out that his car needed $1,300 in repairs. From his frustration came this weird improvised idea that we shot one afternoon after lunch. On the way back from lunch, we saw Jay Leno on the road in one of his classic cars. We tried to chase him down to see if he’d make a cameo in our film but we lost him. -Tony S.

Red Shirt

“This just in…”
Shot February 16, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring Kirk
Location: Eagle Rock, CA.
Notes:
I think this was Kirk’s entry into a 5 second film contest. -Tony S.

Best Picture

“An awards show fan dreams of just being nominated.”
Shot February, 2005.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Delphine B., Peter C. Brook d., Matthew G. Maurice W., Madeli M., Kirk, Greg, and Tony
Location: Los Angeles Area, CA.
Music:
“I’m Not Drinking Any #@%!$ Merlot”, Rolfe Kent, Sideways Soundtrack amazon_but
“H-1 Racer Plane”, Howard Shore, The Aviator Soundtrack amazon_but
“Mary Ann”, Ray Charles, Ray amazon_but
“Where is Mr. Barrie?”, Jan A.P. Kaczmarek,
Finding Neverland Soundtrack amazon_but
“Blue Morgan (End Credits)”, Clint Eastwood,
Million Dollar Baby Soundtrack amazon_but
Notes:
This was the most ambitious film I had tried to make at this point. The idea seemed relatively simple, a series of one liner type bits, but the tough part was how topical it was. The Academy Award ceremony was just three or four weeks away. I had fourteen parts to cast including a baby and a child. I quickly put the word out to co-workers and friends. I even cast one of the parts browsing MySpace for local actresses. Finally, I came up with the solution of playing seven of the parts myself by adjusting the script so that my recurring character tied everything together.

I shot the film over two weekends in five or six different locations. I cut it together and hated it. I was so bummed out. It just didn’t seem to be working and I was asking myself how I would explain this to all of the people who donated time and/or locations. What ended up being the magic touches that made it great were recreating the film titles I was paying tribute to and adding music from the original films. For that I was able to steal samples from iTunes since I only needed a few seconds of each. Million Dollar Baby hadn’t released their soundtrack yet so I ended up recording the piano loop from their official movie site. I swiped Academy Award audio from a VHS recording I had of a past ceremony (I really was this type of dude who watched this boring show and dreamt of being up there someday)

I was happy with how it all came out but it was such a timely and topical film, I promoted it like no other short we made in the past. I wanted it to be seen by as many people as possible before that year’s Oscar telecast. I was able to get it onto the front page of iFilm.com which at the time was one of the top five places to watch online short films (this was pre-Vimeo and YouTube… and Filmgeneration was in the top 20 if you searched Google for short films). From there, it was reviewed by Film Threat and the audience grew. I even screened it to LA’s oldest cinema club which happened to be based in Burbank. Everyone got a kick out of it and I was pretty proud. -Tony S.

Dead Squirrel Movie

“Two men make a gruesome discovery.”
Shot February 5, 2005
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Kirk, Peter, and Greg
Location: Burbank, CA.
Notes:
The day before I shot this, I’d discovered this unfortunate squirrel on the sidewalk and I’d called out to Greg and my roommates, “Hey, there’s a dead squirrel over here!” I was surprised at how they enthusiastically ran towards me to investigate like we were 10 year olds or something. So the idea for this short popped into my head. The next day, after an exhausting shoot all over LA, I asked Kirk and Peter to play this quick part. They were so annoyed and really reluctant to participate. You can hear it in their delivery. But they did admit that it was pretty amusing when they saw the final cut. -Tony S.

Piangere

“Sometimes, emotions must be set free.”
Shot January 22, 2005
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Kirk, Rich E.(voiceover)
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“Vesti la Giubba”, Pagliacci, performed by Mario Lanza amazon_but
Notes:
I can’t recall where I got this idea. I think I was playing with this idea about men not being able to cry and how this guy feels a good cry coming and it fills him with anxiety… he hears his father’s voice scolding him. I do remember Kirk mentioning that acting in the part was pretty fun and therapeutic. -Tony S.

The Fourth Day

“A man avoids what he needs the most.”
Shot November 13, 2004.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Story by Tony S.
Starring Kirk, Danny, Manash, Helen, Graham, Thanya, Kelly, Linus, and Tony
Location: Studio City and Burbank, CA.
Music:
“I Can’t Sleep”, Graham Ryder, Songs for the Show amazon_but
Notes:
I’d just been dumped. I was miserable. Four days after being dumped friends were getting together over at the Studio City house and I was home, sulking. I didn’t want to leave the house nor did I want to see people. Kirk and the others were trying to convince me to come out and I decided that the only way I’d be motivated to get off my butt was if we could shoot a film. So this is a film about exactly that. So the film shows my friends hanging out with me while I lay at home depressed. But in reality, I was at the party… behind the camera. A really weird idea that didn’t make too much sense to viewers but for me, it was art pushing me to be social. Instead of sulking at the party, I was directing a short, which also allowed me to hang out without having to talk about being dumped.

I also was able to borrow a track from Graham Ryder who we’d just met after he came to LA to play a show at the Hotel Cafe. I always thought that the process behind this film was much more interesting than the final product but it’s nice to finally share what was really going on here. -Tony S.

Everyday Hero

“In the end, neither dreams nor reality make sense.”
Shot July, 2004.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Film by Kirk D.
Starring Kirk, Peter, Greg, Leslie, and Erica H.
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“My Hero”, Foo Fighters amazon_but
Notes:
I honestly can’t remember what this short was about but I did love that there’s a scantily clad girl and Spiderman in it. Kirk will have to fill in the rest. -Tony S.

PB & V

“A man finds the cause and cure for his pain, in a sandwich.”
Shot March, 2004.
Camera: Panasonic DVX-100A.
Film by Kirk D.
Starring Kirk
Location: Eagle Rock, CA.
Notes:
PB&V was one of my favorite shorts to show around because it encompassed so many Filmgen elements: a simple story based on a real-life problem (in this case, a frustrating wrist injury), a tiny crew and cast (just me and Adrian), one of our apartments as a location (York Blvd!), and a goofy ending (we taped a picture of me on the wall and decided to zoom in to that– thinking how weird would it be to have a random picture of himself in the kitchen?) -Kirk D.

Head to Toe

Shot May 15, 2004.
Camera: Canon XL-1s.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring David G. and Kelsey L.
Location: Eagle Rock, CA.
Music:
“Martha’s Mantra (For the Pain)”, Neil Halstead, Sleeping on Roads amazon_but
Notes:
I wanted to do a short about a relationship ending, and hit on the idea of sleeping head to toe. This was one of the first shorts that I cast using Craigslist. I remember how good it felt to meet with actors. We didn’t have some vague idea for a film with a huge budget and crew– it was like, ‘here’s what we have done, here’s the latest script, we’re shooting on Saturday.’- Kirk D.

STARK: First Breath

Episode 1
Shot March 14, 2004.
Camera: TRV-900
Story by Tony S.
Starring Jenny C. and Tony
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“I’m Shakin’”,Rooney amazon_but
“Ride”, Under Byen, Det Er Mig Der Holder Træerne Sammen amazon_but
Notes:
“Project STARK” was an idea I imagined as a series of shorts about a man named Christopher Stark. It was to be based on ideas submitted by viewers and friends and would have a sort of improvised life of its own. This was the prequel with a loose back story I came up with after we posted “Meet Christopher Stark” first. I didn’t really like this script translated to screen. Anytime I write dialogue, I find it painful to watch. As for the music, Rooney was a pop band of the moment but Under Byen was a Danish band whose tracks I was digging. I think they posted a link to the film from their site at some point, intrigued that we’d used it. Unfortunately, I don’t believe it’s available on iTunes but you can follow the links to find their newer work. -Tony S.

STARK: End of the Beginning

Episode 2
Shot March 14, 2004.
Camera: TRV-900
Story by Tony S.
Starring Jenny C. and Tony
Location: Burbank, CA.
Music:
“I’m Shakin’”,Rooney amazon_but
“This isn’t It”, Giant Drag, Hearts and Unicorns amazon_but
Notes:
The second video ‘prequel’ posted after “Meet Christopher Stark” providing more back story into Christopher Stark. There was a big house party about to happen at the Studio City house so I decided we couldn’t waste the opportunity to have the greatest amount of ‘extras’ we’d ever have in one of our films. So I came up with this loose narrative where Stark loses his girl and his job and is introduced to this shady character, “The Fox” at Manash’s party. We shot at the party with this video light that I recall diffusing with a piece of Kleenex. The rest of the short was so dimly lit I had to use a slow shutter just to see partygoers. But I thought it disoriented the viewer as much as Stark was being disoriented by the events unfolding in his life. -Tony S.

STARK: Meet Christopher Stark

Episode 3
Shot March 6, 2004.
Camera: TRV-900
Story by Tony S.
Starring Julian R., Peter C. and Tony
Location: Hollywood and Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Veninde I Vinden”, Under Byen amazon_but
Notes:
This was shot intentionally vague and unscripted to see where our imaginations would take it later. We posted it as an experiment and the idea kind of worked in that it did lead to three more films. After the Tokyo episode it kind of fizzled as Julian moved away and we shot other stuff. For years I’ve been trying to shoot a follow-up. Maybe on my next trip to Berlin. -Tony S.

STARK: Edge of Day

Episode 4
Shot March, 2004.
Camera: TRV-320
Story by Tony S.
Starring Kirk, Jenny (vo), Manash (vo), and Tony
Location: Tokyo, Japan and Burbank, CA.
Music:
“Early Riser” and “Rocket Coaster”, Plus-Tech Squeezebox, Favevox amazon_but
Notes:
I love how the titles to the Stark episodes were so weird and overly dramatic. This short was made up of a lot of found footage my buddy Pin helped me shoot during my first visit out of the U.S. to see him in Japan. I shot these additional scenes in Burbank to tie it all in with the rest of the loose storyline. I brought back characters from the other episodes by asking them to deliver lines on my voicemail. The cliffhanger ending was due to Julian having left the country and therefore unable to reprise his role as “The Fox”. Ultimately, the next episodes were supposed to reveal what Stark had retrieved from Japan (in an envelope marked with Japanese characters for pork ramen I believe). Almost 10 years later, the technology I had planned to reveal would have appeared as outdated as that Nokia phone. Who knows where Stark, The Fox, Tina, and Steve are today? (San Francisco, Berlin, Los Angeles, and South Korea if you really want to know) -Tony S.

Shake Well

Shot January 19, 2004.
Camera: Sony TRV-900.
Film by Greg S.
Starring Greg
Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Notes:
I think this was Greg’s riff on some ads that were running on TV or in print at the time. I had a lot of family watching the site by this point so I was a little antsy in posting this one at the time but I wasn’t going to stand in the way of Greg’s art. -Tony S.

Wisdom

“Where he thought there were four, he found one more.”
Shot January 15, 2004.
Camera: Sony TRV-900.
Film by Tony S.
Starring Tony
Location: Burbank, CA.
Notes:
A precursor to YouTube’s ever popular post wisdom tooth extraction videos, this was Filmgen’s only real documentary short. I asked Kirk if he’d drive me to my wisdom tooth extraction and figured we might as well get a short film out of it. I originally wanted to bring the camera into the procedure because I’d heard it can look pretty wild with the doctor’s knee up on the chair, violently yanking bone out of your skull. At the last minute, I chickened out and didn’t ask if we could shoot. I didn’t want to make anyone self-conscious as they were digging into my jaw. I think what we did get was silly enough. -Tony S.

El Amor de la Tortuga

“One turtle, one Zodac, one fate.”
Shot January 9, 2004.
Camera: Sony TRV-320.
Story by Kirk D.
Starring Leonardo and Zodac
Location: Eagle Rock, CA.
Music:
“I Will Always Love You”, Whitney Houston, Bodyguard Soundtrack amazon_but
Notes:
I wanted to try my hand at an animated short. I had brought down all of my old action figures hoping to make ‘Bros,’ about Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow, but all we ended up shooting was the trailer. So for this new idea, I grabbed a Ninja Turtle and Zodac from He-Man, liked the bit of turning it into a love story at the end. -Kirk D.

La Romance

“Sweet music and wine by the fireside… in any language, it is romance.”
Shot January 1, 2004.
Camera: Sony TRV-900.
Story by 3146
Starring Valentina, Tony, Julian, and Azad.
Location: Studio City, CA.
Music by Julian R.
Notes:
New Year’s Day, Studio City house. We’re all hanging around by the fire, talking about making movies. So why not just make one? This was one of our most improvised films but we had fun making it which was enough. I think we shot some dialogue that was more offensive but I edited it out and left it at this. I still recall reaching off camera and knocking a glass over, hearing it shatter on Manash’s new hardwood floor. He wasn’t pleased. -Tony S.

Enter Death

“It is a quiet evening at home until a dark visitor pays a visit.”
Shot December 24, 2003.
Camera: Sony TRV-320.
Story by Tony S. and Azad J.
Starring Tony and Azad.
Location: Studio City, CA.
Music:
“Because I’m Cool”, Nogabe “Robinson” Randriaharimalala, from the film “Fallen Angels” (Wong Kar Wai) amazon_but
Notes:
It was a cool and misty evening in LA when Azad and I found ourselves home alone on Christmas Eve. I think he suggested that I come over and shoot something so I grabbed a costume and we improvised. It’s a goofy little short but this may have launched the ongoing collaboration Filmgen has with Azad’s Cimafilm as well as welcomed us into the home in Studio City where we would shoot a slew of future films because really, how many shorts could I really shoot in my bathroom? -Tony S.

(Some films were not included in this list due to a lack of higher resolution encodes.)

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