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Recent Posts: White Rose Cinema
Our promo videos for the Rice Lake Public Library. You can find more videos by the library on their YouTube.
Maranatha Evangelical Free Church in Rice Lake Wisconsin asked me to film a series for the church. Here is the series…Maranatha’s Johnny Appleseed. If you enjoyed this series please like and share.
My 168 Project film. If you like this please like and share.
Here’s the trailer to my 168 Project film. If you enjoy this trailer, please like and share.
This is a video I did to highlight some of my pictures. The song is one of my favorite worship songs, Indescribable by Laura Story. If you enjoyed this video, please like and share.
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Author Archives: Aimee Mae Wiley
Two Portugese Jesuit priests go to Japan in search of their missing mentor during the mid 1600’s. Starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Liam Neeson, Issei Ogata, Yosuke Kubozuka. With hauntingly beautiful cinematography and a deliberate pace, director Martin Scorcese crafts … Continue reading
A specialized group of investigative reporters are handed the story of a lifetime by their new boss. What they find may be the undoing of everything their community (and much of the world) holds dear. Starring Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, … Continue reading
A quirky, optimistic young woman becomes caretaker for a jaded, wealthy paralytic. Based on the book by JoJo Moyes. Starring Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, Janet McTeer, Charles Dance, Brendan Coyle. This film has a sweet charm and tenderness which endeared … Continue reading
A documentary about the American obesity epidemic and how it is perpetuated by big food corporations and the government. Katie Couric, Bill Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, Gary Taubes, Senator Tom Harkin. Every American needs to watch this documentary. Yes, it features … Continue reading
Director Chris Bell (Bigger Faster Stronger) takes a look at the role of culture, doctors, and Big Pharma in the role of prescription drug addiction. This documentary (which I would rate R for language and some disturbing imagery) has a … Continue reading
The 47th richest female in America falls on hard times after being imprisoned for insider trading. Then, she discovers a tasty inspiration for her comeback. Starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Bell, Peter Dinklage, and Ella Anderson. It is so hard not … Continue reading
A parodied homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood, focusing on the efforts of Eddie Mannix, Hollywood producer and fixer, as he attempts to locate a missing actor. Starring George Clooney, Josh Brolin, Tilda Swinton, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Frances … Continue reading
Live action retelling of the animated classic by director Kenneth Branagh. Starring Cate Blanchett, Lily James, Richard Madden, Helena Bonham Carter. A lavish spectacle, both moving and romantic and- dare I say- trite. I almost loved this beautiful retelling of … Continue reading