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Utilizing largely ethnographic and
observational approaches to documentary filmmaking, Immokalee U.S.A. chronicles the
daily experiences of migrant farmworkers living and working in the
For nearly forty years, Chick
Publications under the leadership of Jack T Chick has published over
three quarters of a billion religious tracts that have been distributed
in over 100 languages around the world. Notoriously reclusive,
Chick Publications for the first time let camera crews in to meet the
creators of the infamous works as well as noted authors, artists and
collectors who have covered the history of all things Chick including
the art, artists, writers, controversies, death threats, witch spells,
Illuminati, Catholic assassins and more!
Using archival materials and
original Super 8 cinematography, Cracker
examines Florida History from a decidedly different point of
view. “Koszulinski did his homework - he plundered state
archives for vintage images and footage to mix with his own original
footage... which traces the Sunshine State's history from the earliest
inhabitants to the present day." (The Tallahassee Democrat, April 20,
Exploring memory and the manipulation of history, all from the perspective of our amnesiac protagonist, “‘Silent Voyeur’ is an experience and it’s one that’s not likely to be forgotten easily.” (Eric Campos, Film Threat) “…The Story ultimately reaches out beyond this secluded cabin for a thought-provoking capper to this well-crafted indie psychodrama.” (Underground Oddities, Shock Cinema, #33)
Blood of the Beast; (2003); 70 min.; feature narrative
Combining archival footage within
the structure of a conventional narrative, BOTB creates a future
dystopia where mankind is doomed to extinction.
“…delivers an aesthetic juggernaut. Koszulinski is a
major talent to watch…” (Cultcuts Magazine)
In 1966, Saul Lennewitz believed he was receiving long wave radio frequencies from extraterrestrial intelligence. His evidence was destroyed by the U.S. Government. The film chronicles Lennewitz’s subsequent descent into madness.