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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.
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Gary Stewart searches for his biological father, but finding his father will make Stewart reevaluate who he is. Starring Kyle DeCamp, Katelyn Kapocsi, and Corey Landis. This series follows Stewart as he studies his father’s life along with the life … Continue reading
Friends bond over their obsession with the local hockey team. Starring Andrew Schulz, Lindsey Broad, and Chris DiStefano. This show was just stupid. There is nothing interesting about it, and you would think hockey and men drinking would have some … Continue reading
A rookie cop tries to track down the killer of a 15-year old girl. Starring Hayley Atwell, Richard Coyle, and Julian Lewis Jones. This series has a good story. The British are good at telling mystery stories. The casting is … Continue reading
An investigator returns home to solve the death of her sister. Starring Catero Colbert, Rosario Dawson, and Jay R. Ferguson. The storyline here is interesting, and they are able to hold your interest in the story. Dawson is brilliant as the … Continue reading
A drama goes behind the scenes of a dating show competition production. Starring Shiri Appleby, Craig Bierko, and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman. This show is interesting, especially with all the hype around reality shows and how they work. The drama does take … Continue reading
Kirson’s comedic special laughs about lesbian one-night stands and the misery of singing “Happy Birthday.” Starring Jessica Kirson and Joey Kola. I don’t think Kirson is funny. Her jokes tend to be about sex and body image. There were jokes that … Continue reading
A documentary about the Military justice system. Starring Clint Lorance. This docu-series follows the story of Lorance, who, while in Afghanistan, orders fire on some civilians, killing two of them. Thus, upsetting his platoon. We follow Lorance after his initial … Continue reading
A show depicts the life of Bumpy Johnson, a gangster in 1960s Harlem. Starring Lucy Fry, Forest Whitaker, and Demi Singleton. Bumpy returns to Harlem after being in the Alcatraz penitentiary for 11 years. He’s coming back to a new … Continue reading
Primal follows a caveman at the dawn of evolution and his friend, a dinosaur that’s on the brink of extinction. They bond over their friendship as tragedy surrounds them. Starring Aaron LaPlante, Tom Kenny, and Jon Olson. This show is … Continue reading
The Treadstone project is back to develop unstoppable assassins. Starring Jeremy Irvine, Hyo-Joo Han, and Gabrielle Scharnitzky. Treadstone is back; it’s the project that never seems to die. This show, of course, brings all the action and camera action that … Continue reading