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J. Davis Harvill (JD)
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Artist, Photographer & Filmmaker
Artist, Photographer & Filmmaker

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Young Cesar took video of our crew of protestors on Buford Highway last Saturday to use in this, his most recent rap video. It is in Spanish, but even with my poor vocabulary I caught a lot of his ideas. Enjoy!

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Our new short film first informal trailer. I was DP (Director of Photography)

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Here is the full Theatrical Cut of our short movie "Lost-n-Found", pretty much as it screened yesterday night (though I corrected on acting credit mistake, and lowered the volume of the closing music which caused speakers to spike). I have lots of ideas about how to flesh out the characters and make it slightly more complex (interesting), so I will probably go that route when my actors have time to help me fill in those gaps. This is available to film festivals that might be interested in it, but I do not own full rights to try to turn it into a feature until after July 2017.
Again, I owe thanks to so many people that offered their time, their talent, and even their money to make this baby fly. Love!

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This version of the film is available to film festivals interested in short shorts, and dark comedy.
But a longer, better version will be shot once some additional funding can be arranged.

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Enjoy!

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Welcome to my channel and enjoy!

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My 5E gaming group, of experienced players, just completed "The Rise of Tiamat".
I want to avoid spoilers, but are there good resources somewhere that we can point young DMs to, so that they can fix the game math and/or prepare young players for the effects of a Kobayashi Maru (unwinnable scenerio)?
I haven't seen such unexpected carnage since I ran my first AD&D in 1979!
I have searched the internet, but found no supplemental tools, free or for sale, that could help prevent this module from driving young players away from 5E (or D&D in general) forever.

<<SPOILER ALERT>>
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