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Black Biscuit is an experimental feature film by Fabrizio Federico. It was produced with no script and with a cast of non-actors, including homeless people, pimps, the disabled and a former child ping pong champion. In addition, it was filmed with mobile phones and cameras made for children. Click through to watch the trailer.

Federico made the film using the tenets of his Pink8 Manifesto that challenges filmmakers to explore unconventional and basic means to produce feature-length movies. To raise funds for Black Biscuit, Federico life modeled and asked for donations by literally knocking on strangers’ doors.

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Empire City is a new book of photography by visual artist Ron Diorio that also includes an 8″x10″ print and a DVD of three short films by Diorio. This is a limited edition publication of 50 copies that are all signed by the artist. Click through to purchase a copy.

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