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Buzz Killington

As I sign with a distributor today for Black and Blue, I figured I'd share my 2011 film Buzzkill, which is available online in full for the first time.  When it was originally released, YouTube had a 15 minute cap and 720p resolution.  You can now enjoy the...

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Welcome Back!

Hey there, hi there, hello there.  Welcome back to the revamped personal site of mine.  I've tried to automate this site so that anything I do on any social site is posted here.  I post so much on Facebook and Twitter and barely think to post on here,...

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Whoops

That awkward moment when you realize you haven't updated your personal site yet this year. I've been busy working on someone else's film to pay the bills while wrapping up my own, Black and Blue.  The official trailer released last month....

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Which One Are You?

And it's now November. Black and Blue was submitted to Sundance.  Working on a finalized industry screener and a trailer in the meantime, but needless to say editing this film has not been easy. In the meantime, here's a fresh track from a name that might be familiar....

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Black and Blue is Dylan Avery’s documentary about police brutality, scheduled for release in late 2017.

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Crossing the street (in a police state)...

Full Story: bit.ly/2p2F0xd
Join Us & Help: Police The Police

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Hot on the heels of the Philando Castile acquittal, police in Seattle shot a woman who called 911 to report a robbery, inside her own home, with her children present. ... See MoreSee Less

America: Where a pregnant, mentally disabled black woman will be executed in front of her kids, in her own home, by the cops she called to protect her.

Scream her damn name. #CharleenaLyles

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I need you to know the name #JordanEdwards

The youngest kid killed by American police this year

15.

An amazing boy. Unarmed. Non-violent.

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