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Mikey Livingston
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South Carolina
pioneerdocs.com
My name is michael livingston i'm a photographer / cinematographer based out of South Carolina. I have a bachelor's degree in Film and have done several music videos, documentaries, advertisements and more... Check out my stuff

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    20 hours ago
    Mikey Livingston likes Sartorial Summer Etiquette
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    21 hours ago
    Mikey Livingston commented on Welcome To Planet Earth

    I agree. I would've liked to turn this into a 30 min doc, but unfortunately there wasn't enough there. He has no living family, no friends, and works pretty much alone at a night shift in a factory. He is in every essence a hermit. He didn't want to talk about his past and wouldn't show us his home, he was only interested in explaining his encounters. The neighbors didn't want to say anything either, the ufo is a bit of a sore subject in the town. Given all that, I still managed to make this.

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    21 hours ago
    Mikey Livingston commented on Welcome To Planet Earth

    the font is called antipasto
    dafont.com/​antipasto.font

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    2 days ago
    Mikey Livingston likes I Break Horses - Hearts
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    3 days ago
    Mikey Livingston commented on Welcome To Planet Earth

    Homer

    Not to be brash, but try spending only one day with Jody Pendarvis and see what you come back with. My brother and I did the best we could to keep a concise train of thought for what we intended to be a short film. We focused on the most obvious issue, his 30 foot ufo and why he built it. I chose to simply portray him the way I saw him, like any filmmaker would. Did I put a style on it? Yes I did. Vimeo is made up of stylized films. The purpose of the film wasn't to follow him around and show his lifes work, it was simply a portrait explaining what some might see as an oddity and others might see as art. In the end you decide how you want to view it, and you saw it that way.

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