Pet of the Month Winner: Moby


Pet of the Month Winner: MobyBummer. I don't think any Everything Rachael Ray readers won the Pet of the Month contest, unless there is something one of you needs to tell me! The inaugural Pet of the Month, pictured at left, is Moby, a 5-year old Pug. In second place is Bailey, an English Bulldog and coming in third was Cole, a black lab.

Looking at the first, second and third place winners, I think the main thing to get your pet featured is to have a unique picture that shows off your pet's personality or submit a picture where you pet looks like a celebrity (the Every Day with Rachael Ray newsletter said Moby has a Jack Nicholson grin). You can participate even if you don't have a pet by voting for the winner of the Viewer's Choice category. And where are all the cat owners at? There's only one cat picture!

Here are the second and third place winners:
Pet of the Month Winner: Moby Pet of the Month Winner: Moby

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Title: Feline Ghost Adventures - Official Version

A parody of Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures where the paranormal meets cute overload as rescue kitties, Levi & Ghetti Rustad act as the hilarious ghost hunting team of Zak, Nick, and Aaron. Footage includes, orb, EVPs, and apparitions the kitties encounter on their ghost adventure. Jon & Julie Rustad of Words Become Pictures (Design and Animation) are the proud owners of the kitties and creators of this short spoof! Enjoy!

Produced by Word Become Pictures
Edited by Jon Rustad
End Credit Music by Underwater City People

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Title: Independent Film Channel, Short Film of the Month Winner.

Summary:

This was my first mini documentary which was selected as a Independent Film Channel Short Film of the Month Winner and aired on IFC, about a rebellious activist priest who fought for equality, social justice, and fair housing in the barrios of Southern California, while often ruffling the Church's feathers.

Personal Note from the Director:

I chose this subject after I was assigned to videotape this person's memorial tribute luncheon.

When I first arrived at the luncheon I was thinking Father Coffield was just another one of those repent or go to hell preachy types; turns out I was completely wrong and ended up leaving there totally blown away.

I was in awe of all the people who stepped up to the podium, testifying how this person came into the barrio to help them stand up and be treated equally with class and dignity, and how he touched their lives in such a positive way.

From that point forward my wanting to tell a story about this very unselfish and dedicated man was always in the back of my mind and here it is.

Cast:

Tino Beltran - Guest

Ernie Ravago - Guest

Crew:

Raul Garcia - Writer, director and producer, cameraman and editor.

Lew Stowers - Narrator and co-writer


Original Format:

Mini DV


Primary Shooting Location:

El Monte, California


Budget:


$3,600


Funding Details:

Everything came out of my own pocket.






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