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Rare look into unknown history by Miccio and De la Parra.
'Rock n Roll Made in Mexico ,From Evolution to Revolution' Wowed the crowd at The Beverly Hills Premiere of the Film on February 15th . Many Celebrities were on hand including this years Oscar Nominee Francesco Quinn, Director, Paul Provenza ,and Ry Cooder. The LA Times review that described the film as Gripping and Compelling ' provided a full house to the untold story . A great rare work of honesty with a human touch and a warm sense of humor . Miccio and His Partner Fito de la Parra honor Mexican musicians in there film while introducing them to a new generation who have no idea of Mexican Rock's tortured past . This is an important film !
Jukebox: From Edison to Ipod (2007)
The Jukebox : From Edison to Ipod
This piece is brilliant , narrated by Peter Coyote .
It is a Cultrual treasure with the soundtrack that is the soul of a nation. With an incredible eclectic cast , that features a Grammy winner , poets , hippies . filmmakers, writers , collectors ,a music critic and street musicians .
The testimony sends a clear message of love of the Jukebox and its impact on pop culture and music . Shot over two years on locations from Coney Island Brooklyn through Rhode Island and Venice Ca. The Jukebox history is told with joy and nostalgic melancholy . This project reminds us of what a great country we once were, when ideals of self reliance, freedom, innocence and the pursuit of happiness were our strongest features as a nation
The Gnostic (2007)
No Zen for you
It was my great pleasure to produce and be the production designer on this project . Starring Francesco Quinn and Luigi LoPresti and shot by the talented Adam Biddle on the Sony Cinealta 900 and supported by the equally talented Christopher Gallo on the Sony HDZ . It was shot in one day in Baker California after a torrential rain storm. This left the normally bone dry lake beds of full of sparkling water. We planned for a day when the moon was full moon which happened to be on first day of spring. With this setting I was able to create a 14th century Japan feel that the writer Robert Subiaga was after. This setting also helped make Joe MacDougall's directorial debut a success. To the credit the others who worked in the art department . Tom Marchak supplied SFX services and the talented Carol Mushlitz was the costume designer and Jason Reese (Rusty Plastic) did the poster