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These projects push the cinematic lens to a new focus, allowing for deeper exploration of the threads of humanity and the actions from the individuals that sew them.

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The piece's themes will be heavily influenced in memory of Bill, showcasing the indomitable human spirit, adventure, and nature, effective altruism, organ donation, and mental health awareness. Regarding cinematography, we will utilize natural light and handheld action videography in combination with found footage, strong interviews, and natural acoustics interwoven with created creative non-diegetic sounds.

Follow Rarecas Bonds and the famed Memphis street performers, the Beale Street Flippers, in their work to uplift the downtown Memphis community and support their members, not just through their journeys as explosively talented dancers, but through the complexities of life in urban Memphis.

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Unheard Sounds is a voyeuristic approach to exploring the regional differences of music in
Arkansas through the artists's perspective. It is similar to Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown, but
instead of the voyeurism experienced through Anthony's interpretation of the food, culture, and
people, it is our audience and what they feel through the music they hear and their perception of
the artists who create it. We will accomplish this through a tour of the regional music concerts of
Arkansas, guided by the artists performing there: their music, their story, and their sound.

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Where Dreams Never End, And The Passion Begins




Tom has worked in film production for ten years. He holds an MFA in Film Production from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, and has a BA in Film from Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York. He has shared set time with top-tier talents like Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Margo Robbie, and Maisie Williams. His short films have been shown internationally and domestically across the United States. Tom has also worked with some of the best film directors, including Jim Jarmusch, Guy Nattiv, and Kit Vinsick. He has also creatively advised and served as CEO of the Advisory Board for the multibillion-dollar exhibitor Cinemark.

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