One of whom was credited for inventing the telescope, concluding for the first time that the world revolved around the sun. This was revolutionary thinking for the times and because of his declaration, Galileo was excommunicated from the church.
(adj.) INNOVATIVE...It is this kind of revolutionary thinking that Galileo Productions, L.L.C. prides itself on. Our people shoot for the stars and wind up landing on a universe...
Galileo Productions LLC is a group of media artisans dedicated to educating and entertaining the public through various forms of media. Our specialties include, documentary, commercial, infomercial, web design, multimedia and film. By developing better communication, we will help people grow, intellectually, spiritually and personally.
IMPACT : Jewish Boxers in America Get a behind the scenes look at some of our great Jewish Boxers here in America as GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC explores the world of Jewish boxing. Meet respected and well known Jewish Boxers like Ron Lipton, Cletis Seldin, Dmitry Salita and Ed Gersh as we take you on an inspirational journey. Soon to be airing on Cablevision, Channel 21, Sundays at 12:30PM in Morris County, NJ. Stay tuned!!
BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT, a new digital film documentary by award winning Producer Director James Ford Nussbaum captures 2009 GOLD MAR COM Awards for PROBONO and EDUCATIONAL catagories. Film is selected out of 5,000 international entries and chosen out of the top 18% for the gold. Visit www.marcomawards.com for more details.
BATS: THE LAST FLIGHT
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The 2009 MarCom Award
2007 Silver Davey Award for "Jump!"
Take a look at another award winning film from GALILEO PRODUCTIONS, LLC as we present to you Double Dutch Jump Roping at it's finest in this production we call, "JUMP!"....Thanks for watching.
c. 2007 Galileo Productions, LLC Space Farms Museum and Zoo Sussex, NJ
Warning: This video contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. In 1976 Frederick Wiseman produced the Direct Cinema documentary Meat, taking the viewer on a behind the scenes journey to meat slaughterhouses in Pennsylvania. For some people it was the first time they had witnessed the way in which their meat dinners were processed before arriving at their tables. In Road Killz, I have presented the story of state worker John Snyder, an RKT (Road Kill Technician) during a typical day of cleaning up Sussex County, NJ’s road kill deer carcasses from the sides of highways. He believes his work is important and a service to the community. John brings his days catch back to Space Farms and Zoo where the fresh kills are processed and used for feeding the zoo animals. All other unfresh deer are buried in land fills. Fred Space is 2nd generation owner/operator of Space Farms Museum and Zoo. He is personally involved in the skinning and processing of each fresh carcass that he feeds to his lions. Road Killz is not intended to tell a story for shock value alone. It tells the story of an unstaged typical day in both these mens lives. John does his job and takes a break for lunch mid day at a local Burger King. The juxtapositioning of Johns mundane demeanor with the dead deer he has to pick up almost becomes comical through repetition in real time. I hope the audience begins to develop a sense of Gallo’s humor by watching this especially those who have never witnessed what is considered very normal and matter of fact for my subjects. I want the viewer to see some of the humor my subjects have developed by doing this job day in and day out. This is a lifestyle for them. Everything you see was not staged for the camera with exception of one cutaway of the truck leaving the site. No animal was mistreated that I witnessed. All fresh deer is skinned and fed to the animals upon completion. I’ve attempted to make the viewer think about death through the eyes of state workers who witness and work with it every day. We’ve become sheltered from
a natural process that happens to everyone. Road Killz are metaphors for a much greater human step in our lives that we must all come to face at some time. This film should make it easier to stomach by seeing death and animal carcass disposal in it’s real setting. Road Killz will stimulate the viewers curiosity. We hide our eyes or turn are head but deep inside we want to see more because some of us have been sheltered from a very natural stage of life.
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