7-Minute Storytelling with a

Seven Year Old by Adam & Shannara Cadena 

Production by 

ASCAadventures 

Adam and Shannara: Just a couple of CRAZY kids (not really we are in our 30's) just living life one adventure at a time! To join us on our adventures, follow this link:
Arivaca Independent Filmmakers Exhibition
 AREA FILMMAKERS NIGHT  Friday March 4th 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Paul McCreary retired in the mid-90s and escaped to Indiana, Colorado and now mostly in Arizona. His interests are varied and include art, writing, photography, golf, poker, teaching adults in Green Valley, and working on films. As in all Paul's films, he has always been interested in what makes people tick, and why they believe the things they do.
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7-Minute Storytelling with a Seven Year Old is an ingenious short film about a father reading and discussing a story with his daughter who imagines scenes in which the father acts out in an animated world.

Whirlygigs by Paul McCreary 

In this documentary short, Paul McCreary profiles a Green Valley, Arizona couple, Justin and Carrel Loveless.  Justin started doing kinetic art after 30 years running his own steel company. Carrel paints on metal or anything else she can. There are dozens of metallic artworks outside their home. They are down-to- earth, welcoming, true characters.
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Producer 

Anna Harrison Griessel

Director 

Scott Griessel

Anna is an experienced producer, production manager and creative director of Creatista. Scott has 30-years experience writing, producing, directing and photographing just about every sort of media project you can imagine. Scott's background is in advertising and marketing.
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“This is Who I Am" is a short interview film featuring Bob Heslip  of the Venice Beach Freak Show on appearance and acceptance.
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a documentary by Jonathan VanBallenberghe
A fascinating, lively and engaging documentary film by Tucson-based filmmaker Jonathan VanBallenberghe, where blind and deaf students begin to realize that their words and ideas have meaning beyond themselves.  They seize the opportunity to engage in a collaborative process of bringing their original stories to life through a multi-sensory stage show by Stories That Soar - a children's theater company.
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THIS IS WHO I AM a film by Anna Griessel
ARIVACAN’S RELISH PICKLEBALL a truly ‘local’ film by Corwin Wallen, age-12, director/editor Mark Dresang, 69, producer
Here in Arivaca a group of about twenty people who get together three times a week to hit whiffle balls around with paddles. The game is a mix of skills related to tennis and ping pong on an area the size of a badminton court. The game was created in the sixties, but has grown greatly in popularity the past ten years, especially in senior communities. The idea was to use pickleball as an opportunity for Corwin to experiment with different filming techniques.
a documentary short by LARRY SPRINGFORD
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This year Larry has assembled a fascinating look at the Lumière brothers who projected the first moving picture. This film is the story of the people and equipment that made history.