2012 San Diego 48 Hour Film Project Submission. This year we pulled “Detective/Cop” as our genre and this is what we came up with. The film was nominated for Best Actress along with two other entries out of more than seventy total. Creative use of GoPro footage also garnered a nomination as well. It also […]
New American Standard M.P.C. strives to make a difference, so we often end up doing production for non-profit groups and churches in the Pacific region. The Fathers House (buildingsolidlives.org) wanted to put together a video of the history of their church and how it came about and tie it in with a building fund campaign […]
Miles Mosley performing the short version of “Voodoo Child” at the 2012 NAMM Bass Bash. We didn’t have an audio feed from the sound board, so if you were not there, you have no idea how jaw dropping this performance was. Special thanks to Peter DeCuir. More to come…
Kindra, a lover of music and God writes songs about life’s struggles and tribulations, many of which she has endured herself. Her soft, mesmerizing voice lures the listener into her music allowing them to not just hear but to also feel the lyrics. This is her first music video and New American Standard M.P.C. is […]
Box [Full Version]Winner Best Special Effects 2011 San Diego 48 Hour Film Project Directorial Debut for first time Writer, Producer, Director Frank Silas. BOX is a Suspense Thriller shot on location in San Diego, CA by Team Vicious Films and New American Standard MPC.
The third visual effects shot coming down the pipeline lately. We should add that this shot and the previous two we’ve already put up have nothing to do with one another. They’re all purely for us to experiment with some cool visual ideas. Enjoy!
Here’s another visual effects shot we created with the help of a couple of talented friends of ours: Cheetah Platt and Tyler Tankersly.
The first of many visual effects shots we’ve been producing lately. When Cody gets trapped between two enemies, what will he do?
This was our submission the Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” contest this past year. Unfortunately we didn’t make the cut, but we still had a blast making it and learned some interesting new techniques.
A compilation of some of the work we did throughout the year. Looking forward to even bigger and better things in 2010, stay tuned!