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‘The Lake Drain” by Performance Gallery Films, LLC. A film by Jerry Griffin, Producer and Director. A crucial high-tech piece of CERN collides into the path of a retired and broken biker focusing covert recovery intelligence away from an actively targeted journalist. © All Rights Reserved. This Docufictional film is in development. Watch for the FULL THEATRICAL RELEASE of, “THE LAKE DRAIN,” Coming FALL 2015. Company Website http://performancegalleryfilms.com Film Website http://thelakedrainfilm.com Facebook Page www.facebook.com/thelakedrainfilm
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Film Projects & Sketches
Audio Performances & Series
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ArtTalkZ with Morty
Opens In A new Window [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="214" caption="Morty Brando filmed interview still (c.1962)"][/caption] From Episode 1 ArtTalkZ with Morty is Presented by The Performance Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Episode 1: Morty Brando pulls out the recorder and does a street interview after a performance of “Freud’s Last Session” at downtown Theatrical Outfit theater. He has just moved here and went to an old favorite dining institution named “Herren’s.” Long since removed, the space is now the home of an excellent Southern Theater. “I walked in for a Porterhouse and walked out with Freud,” Morty said. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Morty’s Recurring Freudian Dream"][/caption] Related articles ArtTalkZ with Morty: Episode 1, ‘Freud’ Street Interviews (performancegallery.wordpress.com) ArtTalkZ with Morty is Presented by The Performance Gallery, Atlanta, GA. (performancegallery.wordpress.com) Morty Calls Radio Show on “Lend Me An Ear” (performancegallery.wordpress.com)
The Beau CHONG Film Franchise
Sir Paul McCartney was Phil Ackrill / The non-asassinated John Lennon in “Let Him Be” Film
James Paul McCartney was most likely tossed out of an airplane and replaced with a Stooge. John Lennon’s death was faked and Mark David Chapman was a Stooge.