FILM ART



THE GARAGE TRILOGY

 The Garage trilogy is a film narrative depicting the essence of the American Garage Culture. It is comprised of three separate parts, each one an independent film but in total represent the landscape of Americana.

Part I        MEGA GARAGE
Part II       BACK IN '59
Part III      THE JETS'EM CRUISER

PART I     MEGA GARAGE     This film shows the history of the Garage/Studio in rural West Virginia utilized by David John Mega since childhood. The story is told through photographs and interviews with people involved with the vehicles and art produced in the Mega Garage through the decades. It concludes with the sculptural construction and painting of a motorcycle along with the visual art and music inspired by its' creation.


PART II     BACK IN '59     A journey across America in a yellow 1959 Cadillac set to music of that era.


PART III     THE JETS'EM CRUISER     Alien minds control the Appalachian mechanics that frequent the Mega Garage. Under the direction of Super Sonic Sherry the genetically engineered crew build from a rusted hulk, the vehicle that will change the mode of transport on the surface of Planet Earth. When construction is complete Elvis Einstein briefly joins Super Sonic Sherry Mega-Jets'em to impart cosmic wisdom to humankind before they journey into Space.




MEGABABE.... The Art Film


   

 

 A surrealist potpourri of sight and sound starring
International model LEVENA HOLMES.





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