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P3 2016 Award Winners. Photo by Cheri Bordelon/ Peoples Pixel Project

I’m slow at updating, but the 7th Annual Lake George ArtsPeoples Pixel Project was a success; featuring 3 videos from Super Dark Collective:

-Sun Burdens “Fools Song” by Christopher Brown

-“Super Dark Season 1 Trailer” by Super Dark Home Video (award accepted by Brown)

-The Black Ships “Dead Empires” by John Gill

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Christopher Brown receiving his awards. Photo by Cheri Bordelon/ Peoples Pixel Project

To see other videos and more info on Peoples Pixel Project and how to enter for next year visit the LGA P3 Page HERE

 

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Once again Chainsaw Disco Films and Bad Culture Films are pleased to be involved with the Peoples Pixel Project, the annual film fest put on by Lake George Arts (see links at the bottom).
This 3rd year submitting Shane and I are both award winners and will have our films among 15 others screened at the Charles R. Wood theatre in Glens Falls, NY on April 1st at 3pm.

1st Winner:
“Cities of Scandal” Ghoul Poon music video directed by Shane Sanchez is the only winner in the tunes cateogory focusing on music videos. Ghoul Poon’s musice can be downloaded for free at http://lofikabuki.bandcamp.com. Check out the video:

2nd Winner:
“Summer Session 2010” short skateboarding video by Chris Brown (featuring Casey Ray Schultz) is one of a few winners of the Get Reel category focusing on documentary. Check it out:

Next year’s going to be tough. Check out the Lake George Arts and Peoples Piexel Project pages below and get ready to submit next fall.

So Shane and I’s video submissions for the 3rd annual Lake Goerge Arts Peoples’ Pixel Project (a free Film Fest accepting videos in many cateogries from anyone within 100 mile radius of Lake George) are ready for shipping.

We have had good responses each year so far so we hope to continue this year equally well or better.

The finalists will be screened at Charles R Wood Theatre in Glens Falls on April 1t 2012.

Check out the Lake George Arts and Peoples’ Pixel Project pages