This HD film documents life, time, and Brush Park BMX in the Detroit, Michigan area where it was shot on location in May 2013 with a theme directed by a set of words I have written recently.
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Song 1- "Ukulele Pop Rock"
Composer- James Grants
Song 2- "Its Your Happy Day"
Composer- Robert Oliver
Both music tracks licensed @ pond5.com
Shot on: Panasonic HD AG-HPX170
Edited and Colored on: Final Cut Pro 7.0
Words & Narration by:
Elliot Gray Van Orman
In this life,
When you spend your time,
It again you'll never find.
And when you rise,
You may fall.
And when you cry,
You may heal it all.
And when you do good,
Others to you may do bad,
And when you're happy,
They'll try and make you sad.
And when you're alive,
They'll tell you that you'll soon die,
But don't mind their negative opinions you'll find,
They haven't got the guts to try like you.
Go for it. You'll love it.
Because pain will only make you strong,
When you remember that if everyone likes you,
You're doing something wrong.
When you're ahead and they're behind,
Don't slow down for those who aren't so kind,
They haven't found the joy in life,
That heals everything time cuts with its knife.
Keep moving forth,
And always trust the best of your efforts for all they're worth.
-(Elliot Gray Van Orman)
Welcome to the:
The Walking Dead Family Facebook page-project (that I started on September 12th, 2013) which is a home for fans of AMC's hit show "The Walking Dead" & all of it's other TWDUniverse spin off series/shows!mThe page currently has a very large following!
Genre: Experimental-Documentary-Narrative-Music Videos-Commercial-
The Walking Dead Family-BMX-Comedy-Bipolar.
Elliot Gray Van Orman:
Film and video production, Filmmaking, Running my The Walking Dead Family Facebook page, The Walking Dead and all of it's TWDUniverse Spin off series/shows, Breaking Bad, Chucky, The Dark Knight Trilogy films, BMX, Traveling, Music, Modest Mouse, Tom Waits, Movies, Comedy, Acting,
Coffee / Ice Coffee, Bipolar fun, Sleeping, Dreams, Vimeo,
Instagram, Writing, Time, and LIFE?
"A movie is never finished,