Thursday, September 28, 2006



An expressionistic explosion of images about travel, motion, memories, and overwhelming sensory overload. Shot on super 8, still photos, and hi def by Tao Ruspoli. With Steve Newman, Olivia Wilde, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Dado Ruspoli, Ray Flores and others...

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Shannon Mccollum: Photojournalist

Shannon works as the official photographer for hip hop artists like Outkast, Lil Jon, and dead prez. We interviewed him after a music video shoot we did for of dead prez. (click image to start film)

If you can't see the quicktime above (click on it), then watch the lower quality youtube below.
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Friday, September 22, 2006

Tao Ruspoli interviews Alexander Cockburn

In this 10 minute clip (the first of two parts) Alexander Cockburn, the renowned leftist journalist, talks about his father's influence, the state of the democratic party, the Roman empire, how to make a better sneaker, and much more!

Click on the image above to view a great looking quicktime.
If you are having trouble, click here for the youtube version
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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

World Premier of I Believe (The Fiend's Anthem) by of dead prez

Atlanta, Georgia
This is the world premier of lafco's music video for of dead prez. The song is an inspiring piece about recovery from addiction.

And, as a companion piece, here is an excerpt from Just Say Know, Tao Ruspoli's award winning film about his family's addiction to, and recovery from, heroin and opium.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Message to UMI

Shannon Mccollum captures the spirit of the moment...
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Friday, September 15, 2006

Pocket Change-Trailer for the film of LAFCO's travels

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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

The New Old Blues Singers

At a gas station on the back roads of Mississippi, driving from New Orleans to Memphis.
To see a better looking quicktime in its own window click here (recommended)

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