Two die-hard fans tell the unbelievable story of their role in sports' history and how they help take the most unfortunate team in professional football all the way to the Super Bowl...and win!
THE BOOK THAT INSPIRED THE PLAY!
5,000 people packed Mahalia Jackson on opening weekend
AIN'T DAT SUPER!
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THE PEOPLE'S STORY:
The Devastation of Central America
Produced and Directed by: Steven Scaffidi
Executive Producers: Ana Scaffidi, Michael Arata and Glen Solomon
When Hurricane Mitch took aim at the coast of Central America in October 1998, no one could imagine that it would result in one of the most destructive natural disasters in the Western Hemisphere. Untold thousands of people lost their lives; many more were left homeless, their livelihoods destroyed.
Filmmaker Steven Scaffidi has always held Central America in special regard. (His wife, Ana, is a native Honduran.) When the calamity struck, their first instinct was to send aid. Then Steven had a better idea. Along with supplies, a few donations, and using his family savings, he assembled a professional film crew and set out to document the unforgettable story of the people who had survived the ravages of Mitch. Arriving only days after the hurricane, Steve and his team traveled around Honduras, hardest hit of all Central American countries. The scenes they captured and the stories that are told will forever be remembered.
The People's Story was a finalist for the 2000 Academy Awards and is a winner at the New York Film Festival, Telluride Independent Film Festival, and the Houston International Film Festival.
Limited edition signed and numbered print from the original painting by artist Varion Laurent
Poster size: 18" x 24"
FORGOTTEN ON THE BAYOU
Produced and Directed by: Steven Scaffidi
Written by: Steven Scaffidi
Executive Producers: Sal Gambino
and Ana Scaffidi
Rockey Vaccarella made local news when he survived Hurricane Katrina by holding onto a rope on his roof for four hours. If that wasn't enough, he then made world news when he towed his FEMA trailer to Washington DC to try and get a meeting with the President of the United States...AND HE DID IT!
Rockey's story proves that nothing is impossible if you refuse to quit.
This film has touched the hearts of America because it is the ultimate story of hope and determination. "Forgotten on the Bayou" is the winner of the prestigious Humanitarian Vision Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival and has won many other film festivals across the United States.
Executive Producers: Troy Broussard, Ana Scaffidi and Tammy Dupuy
This is a unique story as told through the eyes of a curious filmmaker and his son about a pilgrimage of 47 youths on a 10-day journey to the other side of the world to discover one of the most mysterious places on earth.
Along their journey both are faced with situations that challenge their faith and their fundamental beliefs. Others on the trip have questions of their own, most notably, whether visionaries are actually receiving messages from the Virgin Mary.
In spite of their doubts and many conflicts, this father and son seek to find common ground while attempting to discover the truth about this sacred land and the devout believers in their group.
In 1995 two filmmakers hid surveillance cameras in the death chamber and recorded a man's execution. The footage was confiscated and hidden from the public...
This film takes you closer to an actual execution than any film before. Starring real condemned man, William Neal Moore and former prison warden Donald Cabana, "Execution" takes the audience to the front row of an execution and asks the question: "Right or Wrong? You Decide."
This groundbreaking film has been screened at some of the most prestigious universities in the world and in select theaters across America. This film is not for children or people who may be offended by the death penalty process in America's prisons.
"Rock The House" is the first album inspired and written by talented artists and music fans across America. Every song on this groundbreaking album was written in a unique jam session where the artist was challenged to write a song with the audience in less than one hour.
Jam Sessions include: Eli Seals and his band writing "Meet Me at the Crossroads" with bikers at the Legendary Buffalo Chip. Michael "The Sheik O' Hara writing "Meet Me in the New Jerusalem" with the congregation at his church. Rockin' Dopsie Jr and Friends writing "Hard Times" with 100 the homeless in a New Orleans shelter. Top Louisiana Artists writing "Easy Breezy" with the kids at Children's Hospital.
The album features 15 original songs all written with music fans in amazing jam sessions.