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We enjoy creating short films... just for fun or to promote a product. So, when a 30 second commercial isn't enough, Berkeley Square can create a short video segment to show on web, DVD, trade shows or in front of a live audience.

The Amazing Zambizi

Our entry into the Wild West Film Fest Scare Factor 2008. The film was created in 48 hours using the following requirements: 3 of the 5 following (we used all 5) "Ice", "Eyes", "Jack-O-Lantern", "Botched Magic", and the line "Don't go in there... or DO!"

Give or Take

A film made in 48 hours with the requirements of using 4 of 8 set locations in Junction City and the theme "The American Life" - It was created by and stars Glenn Bartlett, Shaun Collins, James "The Heckard" Heckard, and Dave Uhler. Of course we used all 8 locations. The film is our first entry for the Flint Hills Film Festival and it took second place.

Wild West Corn Dogs

This film was completed in 48 hours as part of the Wild West Film Fest. The requirements were to have 3 of the following 6 items: "someone eating a corn dog", "someone in biker shorts", "someone with a mustache","someone with a bad accent","a choreographed dance" and/or use a ceratin photo of a man (we used him on the corn dog box.) As you can see we used all 6. We took third. Starring Shaun Collins, Laurie Hebison (Uhler), Glenn Bartlett, Kelsey Ryan, Kellen Jenkins, Rachel Hebison, Scott Jantzi and Mel Stewart.

12:21 - The Palindrome Explained

Shot in 2004, this is the first short film to come from Glenn Bartlett, Shaun Collins and Dave Uhler, collectively known as 12:22 Productions. Our purpose was to create a film that you could watch forwards and backwards, inspired by the fact that, at the time, you could add a parameter (loop="palindrome") to the QuickTime embed code that made the player show the video forwards, then start playing it backwards once it reached the end.

12:21 Reviewed at DC Film Fest

We got the review back from the DC Film Fest... and it was pretty much as expected. Actually, it was a little generous. Higher marks in writing, direction, originality, technical competency and editing... but not much higher. : )

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