Cool Stuff For Blind, Deaf, or Non-Verbal People | TommyEdisonXP


Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, demonstrates unique products that help people with disabilities. Filmed at the Read more

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How Blind People Use A White Cane | TommyEdisonXP


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What Parents Really Think About Playlist Live


I interviewed parents at Playlist Live 2014 in Orlando, Florida to find out their perspective on the event. Playlist Live Read more

Answering Questions At Playlist Live 2014 | TommyEdisonXP


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Doing America | Episode 8 | Arriving in California


In the eighth and final episode, Fazio and I arrive in Los Angeles, California. We made one more random Read more

Doing America | Episode 7 | Grand Canyon, Arizona


In the seventh episode, Fazio and I visit Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. We checked out prescribed fires, Read more

Doing America | Episode 6 | Albuquerque, New Mexico


In the sixth episode, Fazio and I visit Albuquerque, New Mexico. We walk around historic Old Town Albuquerque, go Read more

Toy Place | Now Available on Amazon!


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Doing America | Episode 5 | Colorado Springs, Colorado


In the fifth episode, Fazio and I visit Colorado Springs, Colorado. We checked out the view at the Garden Read more

Video World is now available on Hulu!

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My latest project, Video World, a short documentary about the dying culture of video stores, is now available on Hulu!

Watch the full documentary here:

Watch the trailer:

Watch a clip: “Renting Porn To Customers”

Magic Tricks For Blind People (Follow Up) | TommyEdisonXP

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After posting the video ‘Are There Magic Tricks For Blind People?’, Misty Lee of The Magic Castle responded by offering Tommy Edison, who’s been blind since birth, the chance to put a couple magic tricks to the test. Also featuring blind magician, Chad Allen. Filmed at The Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA.

First Video: Are There Magic Tricks For Blind People?

Directed/Edited by
Ben Churchill

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Tribute Documentary Honors Legacy and End of Video World | Voices

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Mike Preato of Voices The Newspaper reports on the documentary “Video World“.

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Tribute Documentary Honors Legacy and End of Video World
by Mike Preato | Published: Wednesday, January 1, 2014
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WOODBURY — Almost four years after it closed, the movie rental store Video World has been eternally memorialized in a tribute documentary simply titled “Video World,” a film that documents Video World’s life and final days.

The 17-minute film, directed by former Video World employee Ben Churchill, was released through Vimeo on Friday, December 6.

Mr. Churchill is a former Woodbury resident who decided to make the film to pay tribute to both the store that fostered his love of movies and the businessman whom he sees as a mentor.

“Video stores have been going out of business, just like this one did, in my hometown,” Mr. Churchill narrates as the movie begins, warning of the documentary’s end within the first 20 seconds.

The film follows former storeowner Edward Kaczynski as he works through the store’s final weeks…

Click here to read the full article at the Voices The Newspaper website.