Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Federal Reserve Protest Rally Philly PA

If I did not get sentenced to a year prison for resisting a felon attempting to mug me on my own property, would I be blogging and be wide awake now? Why would I post a [List of US Film Production Companies]? Is it because I am actually looking for Indie Film investors and others to help with an End the Fed, US Police State, Patriot Act, NDAA, Endless Wars fictional movie to expose the actual source of the problems to the masses? I did not have anything to do with the video just below this text. Scroll down to bottom of post for th videos that have to do with my protest and video activism. -Steven G. Erickson

December 25, 2013, post on this blog called, "Are all Judges in the US Bribed?" [click here]

[My LiveLeak.com video channel]

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Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) activists held an "IGNORE THE FED" rally outside the federal reserve building of Philadelphia. Speakers include James Babb, N.A Poe, Derrick Freeman, Chris Monko, Larken Rose, Josie the Outlaw, and Organizer Mike Salvi. The purpose of the rally is to celebrate the upcoming crypto-currencies like Bitcoin, litecoin,etc. and officially tell the Federal Reserve that they can print as much as they want because the people will not use their paper. Please leave comments on your take on the FEDERAL RESERVE.

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[Click here for Steven G. Erickson videos and favorites] My email: stevengerickson AT yahoo.com

Self-gifting HD Camcorder & 1 Man Mobile Video Editing Studio

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I received two misdemeanor charges with no previous record for resisting being beaten up, and knifed in my own dark driveway in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, which resulted in being sentenced to a year in prison for the 10-11-01 incident. Using pepper spray in your own self-defense is not legal in the State of Connecticut. I used to have a pistol permit and could have legally been carrying a gun when a violent felon told me he'd cut my penis off if I did not hand over my wallet. I picked option two, fought back and used pepper spray when I didn't want to get stuck with a knife. Some parts of the US are as ridiculous as the UK is, charge the intended victim of a mugging or home invasion, not the perpetrator, when the intended victim fights back. There is no end in sight for being "beyond pissed off".

So after prison, I lost my contracting business built over 2 decades, my rental properties that I fixed up from a boarded up condition [LiveLeak video, scroll to bottom this post], my credit, retirement, health insurance, all my furniture, all my landlord and contracting tools, generators, power washer, airless paint spraying equipment, snow removal equipment, my Corvette, boat, appliances, my clothes, savings, hearing my little girl [picture] calling me "Daddy" or saying "I love you", most of my friends, most of my family, not getting any birthday or Christmas cards, almost not getting any gifts (not having to buy much either), and be shunned by businesses, my former friends, and more than half of my family. A felon rapist who also went before [Judge Jonathan J. Kaplan], or a judge he was supervising, got probation for raping a 3 year old. I got a year in prison for using pepper spray.

I was, and am, no danger to society. I was not "taught a lesson" not to resist being nearly robbed and/or mugged again. I wasn't looking for trouble, the violent felon who attacked me was looking for trouble, but was considered the victim, excused for all crimes as a witness against me, and I had to pay him restitution to be released from prison. So, writing screenplays, blogging, shooting videos, and editing has been my therapy to not just go postal. I don't have that in me, obviously, as it has been over a decade I have lived the daily lasting abuse I was sentenced to, probably for the [crime of being self-employed].

So, I have been saving for my own ability to shoot at least one of my non-conforming screenplays, fiction or non-fiction. I saved spare change since 2007, so now have the ability AND the motivation. I have "self-gifted"

I was asked to shoot documentary footage of Phil Donahue and others at the NCMR, Free Press Event in Minneapolis Minnesota, 2008, and had my room and flights paid for. Francis C. P. Knize supplied the cameras. He is a documentary producer and has films and documentaries under his belt. I've learned more than I could have possibly imagined from him. The 2nd embedded video is of me with a pro high definition camera on stage with Phil Donahue. The 3rd embedded video is walking around Montpelier Vermont with Charles Manson prosecuter Vincent Bugliosi after he bought me lunch in 2008.

I may never see my own daughter get married or even see my own grandchildren if my daughter has any. For what? I broke no laws. What happened to me, was because I was put on 24/7 total surveillance, illegally before 9/11 for being self-employed.

Police were listening to all of my private conversations in my house, even private ones in our bedroom, as police would mock me in my driveway the next day on whether we had sex or not, I was threatened by another cop who was smitten with my wife for feeding her macaroni and cheese as it contains butter and is fattening, was followed by police to contracting jobs and while shopping, and police would even recite my emails, word for word.

This is what happens when there are too many police with not enough to do, an unlimited budget, no oversight, and who are encouraged to break laws, rip people off, and abuse and terrorize the general public. A "fictional movie" has to appeal to the masses, have a rocking sound track, and include the real world Police State and International Bankster abuse of the average man as detailed above.

Steven G. Erickson questions Phil Donahue

Bush, Prostitutes, & Cocaine


stevengerickson AT yahoo.com

List of film production companies From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search [hide]This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This article does not cite any references or sources. (July 2011) The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject. (June 2012) This is a list of film filmmaking, film distribution companies. A production company may specialize in producing their in-house films or own subsidiary development companies. Major Production companies often distribute films from Independent Production Companies. This list includes both active and no longer active (defunct) companies. Active Production Companies are either run by themselves or as a subsidiary. Film studios also create television programs for broadcast syndication. Notable production companies Legend Not a Subsidiary Subsidiary Defunct Company Headquarters Est. Notable Films Notes Anchor Bay Troy, Michigan, USA 1985 (Founded as Video Treasures, owned by Liberty Media, films currently distributed by 20th Century Fox) Capitol Films Los Angeles, California, USA 1992 DreamWorks SKG Universal City, California, USA 1994 American Beauty Galaxy Quest Catch Me If You Can The Ring (Currently in a long term distribution deal with Touchstone Pictures) DreamWorks Animation Glendale, California, USA 2004 Shrek Madagascar Kung Fu Panda How to Train Your Dragon (Currently distributed by 20th Century Fox) 20th Century Fox Century City, California, USA 1935 Bright Eyes Son of Fury Home in Indiana Journey to the Center of the Earth The Sound of Music Fantastic Voyage Star Wars X-Men Die Hard Alien Planet of the Apes Home Alone The Good Son Night at the Museum Predator Speed Garfield Taken Independence Day Avatar The Simpsons Movie (Owned by 21st Century Fox) 20th Century Fox Animation Century City, California, USA 1997 FernGully: The Last Rainforest Anastasia Blue Sky Studios Greenwich, Connecticut, USA 1987 Ice Age Rio (Acquired by 20th Century Fox) Fox Searchlight Pictures Century City, California, USA 1994 Boys Don't Cry Sideways One Hour Photo Whip It Little Miss Sunshine Black Swan Kinsey The Sessions The Way, Way Back Baggage Claim 12 Years a Slave Animal Rescue Birdman Fox Atomic Century City, California, USA 2006 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Century City, California, USA 1924 The Wizard of Oz Gone with the Wind Ben-Hur Flipper The Dirty Dozen 2001: A Space Odyssey Poltergeist Moonstruck Thelma & Louise Hannibal (owned by Sony, in partnership with Providence Equity Partners, DLJ Merchant Banking Partners, TPG Capital and Quadrangle Group (3%)) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation Century City, California, USA 1993 Tom and Jerry United Artists Entertainment, LLC Century City, California, USA 1919 Inherit the Wind It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World A Hard Day's Night Help! Rocky Apocalypse Now The Pink Panther Raging Bull Leaving Las Vegas Showgirls Dark Blue Principally a distributor, e.g. James Bond Series. (Acquired by MGM) (Run by Cruise/Wagner Productions) Orion Pictures Corporation Los Angeles, California, USA 1978 Throw Momma from the Train Hoosiers RoboCop Mississippi Burning Dances with Wolves The Silence of the Lambs (Acquired by MGM) American International Pictures Los Angeles, USA 1956 The Pit and the Pendulum Foxy Brown (Acquired by Filmways) Filmways Sonoma County, California, USA 1958 (Acquired by Orion Pictures) Streamline Pictures 1988 (Partnership with Orion Pictures) Universal Studios Universal City, California, USA 1912 The Wolf Man The Mummy Spartacus Airport Jaws The Blues Brothers The Deer Hunter Rollercoaster Back to the Future Field of Dreams Backdraft Beethoven Dr. Giggles Jurassic Park The Flintstones Meet the Parents The Bourne Identity The Sting E.T. Schindler's List Land of the Lost Battleship Dracula Oblivion Rush Eon Productions London, England, UK 1961 James Bond series Focus Features Universal City, California, USA 1992 Being John Malkovich Traffic Lost in Translation Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Brokeback Mountain The Constant Gardener "Eastern Promises (Started as Gramercy Pictures and acquired by Universal Studios, then renamed USA Films) Working Title Films London, England, UK 1983 Four Weddings and a Funeral Love, Actually Shaun of the Dead United 93 Hot Fuzz Atonement Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Rogue Pictures Universal City, California, USA 1992 A Perfect Getaway The Strangers Doomsday Fearless Cry Wolf Assault on Precinct 13 Seed of Chucky (Acquired by Relativity Media) Paramount Pictures Hollywood, California, USA 1912 The Ten Commandments Vertigo Rosemary's Baby The Odd Couple The Godfather The Bad News Bears Saturday Night Fever Beverly Hills Cop Star Trek Top Gun Ghost Braveheart Mission: Impossible Indiana Jones Forrest Gump Saving Private Ryan Transformers Friday The 13th Noah (The fourth oldest film studio in the world.) Paramount Vantage Los Angeles, California, USA 1996 No Country for Old Men There Will Be Blood Babel (originally known as Paramount Classics) Republic Pictures Los Angeles, California, USA 1935 (mainly a film library company, formerly a leading B movie studio) Columbia Pictures Culver City, California, USA 1926 Michael Jackson's This Is It All the King's Men To Sir, with Love Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Taxi Driver Close Encounters of the Third Kind Ghostbusters The Karate Kid Spider-Man Men in Black Bad Boys (Acquired by Sony Pictures Entertainment) TriStar Pictures Culver City, California, USA 1982 Short Circuit Labyrinth Peggy Sue Got Married Look Who's Talking Total Recall Terminator 2: Judgment Day Basic Instinct Philadelphia Cliffhanger Sleepless in Seattle Bugsy Jerry Maguire District 9 Soul Surfer (Founded as Nova Pictures) Sony Pictures Classics Culver City, California, USA 1991 Bad Education Capote Junebug Auto Focus Winged Migration Chloe Midnight in Paris Neil Young Journeys Carnage Darling Companion To Rome with Love At Any Price West of Memphis The Company You Keep Love Is All You Need I'm So Excited Before Midnight Blue Jasmine Kill Your Darlings Screen Gems Culver City, California, USA 1940 Limbo Arlington Road Resident Evil Underworld Two Can Play That Game Timecode Girlfight In the Cut Vacancy Dear John Easy A Burlesque Country Strong The Roommate Friends with Benefits The Vow Think Like a Man Carrie Think Like a Man Too (founded as an animation studio) Triumph Films 1982 To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday Destination Films Santa Monica, California, USA 1993 Sony Pictures Animation Culver City, California, USA 2002 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Surf's Up Warner Bros. Pictures Burbank, California, USA 1918 The Maltese Falcon Casablanca A Streetcar Named Desire Rebel Without a Cause Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Bonnie and Clyde The Wild Bunch A Clockwork Orange Dirty Harry What's Up, Doc? Blazing Saddles All the President's Men Batman The Shining Police Academy Lethal Weapon Goodfellas Gremlins Free Willy Demolition Man The Fugitive Interview with the Vampire Clash of the Titans The Matrix Harry Potter Eyes Wide Shut Million Dollar Baby Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Life as We Know It Yogi Bear Dolphin Tale Gravity (Owned by Time Warner) Warner Independent Pictures Burbank, California, USA 2003 We Don't Live Here Anymore A Scanner Darkly Everything Is Illuminated March of the Penguins Castle Rock Entertainment Beverly Hills, California, USA 1987 When Harry Met Sally... Misery City Slickers A Few Good Men The Shawshank Redemption Miss Congeniality (Acquired by Time Warner) Warner Bros. Animation Burbank, California, USA 1980 Space Jam The Iron Giant (Acquired by Time Warner) New Line Cinema New York, New York, USA 1967 A Nightmare on Elm Street The Mask Friday Mortal Kombat Se7en Austin Powers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Deep Cover The Wedding Singer American History X Final Destination Rush Hour Blow The Lord of the Rings The Nativity Story Wedding Crashers Sex and the City Blade House Party Spawn Journey to the Center of the Earth Hairspray Elf Horrible Bosses (Acquired by Time Warner, currently a label of Warner Bros. Pictures) Fine Line Features New York, New York, USA My Own Private Idaho Short Cuts The Sweet Hereafter American Splendor Shine (Originally a division of New Line Cinema) Picturehouse New York, New York, USA 2005 Pan's Labyrinth Walt Disney Pictures Burbank, California, USA 1928 Blackbeard's Ghost The Black Hole The Happiest Millionaire The Love Bug Mary Poppins The Muppets Old Yeller Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl The Princess Diaries Swiss Family Robinson Tron (Prior to 1983 their films were released under Walt Disney Productions) Walt Disney Animation Studios Burbank, California, USA 1923 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Pinocchio Peter Pan Cinderella Bambi The Little Mermaid Aladdin Beauty and the Beast The Lion King (Prior to 1983 their films were released under Walt Disney Productions) Pixar Animation Studios Emeryville, California, USA 1986 Toy Story The Incredibles Finding Nemo Monsters, Inc. Cars WALL-E Up Brave Disneynature Paris, France 2008 Earth Oceans African Cats Chimpanzee Wings of Life Bears Marvel Studios Manhattan Beach, California, USA 2007 Iron Man The Incredible Hulk Iron Man 2 Thor Captain America: The First Avenger The Avengers Touchstone Pictures Burbank, California, USA 1984 Splash The Color of Money Adventures in Babysitting Three Men and a Baby Good Morning, Vietnam Who Framed Roger Rabbit The Nightmare Before Christmas Cocktail Dead Poets Society Betsy's Wedding Pretty Woman Sister Act Armageddon The Royal Tenenbaums 25th Hour Pearl Harbor Hollywood Pictures Burbank, California, USA 1989 Arachnophobia Encino Man The Hand That Rocks the Cradle "Super Mario Brothers" Tombstone Color of Night Quiz Show Crimson Tide Gun Shy G.I. Jane Judge Dredd Mr. Holland's Opus The Rock The Invisible Miramax Films New York, New York, USA 1979 Pulp Fiction The English Patient Good Will Hunting The Cider House Rules Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Kill Bill (Division of The Walt Disney Studios from 1993-2010; owned by Filmyard Holdings from 2010-present) Lions Gate Entertainment Santa Monica, California, USA 1995 Amores Perros American Psycho Saw Crash Monster's Ball Kick-Ass Daybreakers The Punisher The Hunger Games The Big Wedding Artisan Entertainment New York, New York, USA 1982 Suicide Kings The Blair Witch Project Requiem for a Dream Van Wilder (Started as LIVE Entertainment and acquired by Lions Gate) The Weinstein Company New York, New York, USA 2005 The Reader A Single Man Nine "Coriolanus Also a distributor, e.g. The King's Speech, Hoodwinked! Dimension Films New York, New York, USA 1992 Scream Spy Kids Scary Movie Sin City Halloween Piranha Equilibrium Bad Santa (originally the Miramax Films division) CBS Films Los Angeles, California, USA 2007 The Back-Up Plan Extraordinary Measures Faster The Mechanic Beastly The Woman in Black The Kings of Summer Last Vegas Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS made a brief move into film production in the late 1960s and CBS Theatrical Films in 1979) Yari Film Group Los Angeles, California, USA 2006 The Illusionist Troma Entertainment New York, New York, USA 1974 The Toxic Avenger Terror Firmer Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. Tromeo and Juliet Cannibal! The Musical Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead Class of Nuke 'Em High (Trash and exploitation films) Summit Entertainment Universal City, California, USA 1996 The Twilight Saga The Hurt Locker Red The Beaver 50/50 Source Code Sinister Ender's Game Strand Releasing Culver City, California, USA 1989 Newmarket Films Los Angeles, California, USA 1989 Donnie Darko Memento Monster The Passion of the Christ "Spun" Elevating Entertainment Motion Pictures Nashville, TN 2007 Praise Band: The Movie No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School Season of Miracles Family-friendly, uplifting and life-inspiring films Five & Two Pictures USA 2002 Time Changer Unidentified Me & You, Us, Forever The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry A Matter of Faith (Christian Films) Gener8Xion Entertainment Hollywood, California, USA 1995 The Omega Code Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 One Night With the King Noelle The Cross Preacher's Kid (Christian Films) World Wide Pictures Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 1951 Two a Penny The Hiding Place Joni The Climb (Christian Films) Promenade Pictures Santa Monica, California, USA 2003 The Ten Commandments Noah's Ark: The New Beginning (Christian Films) Sherwood Pictures Albany, Georgia, USA 2002 Flywheel Facing the Giants Fireproof Courageous (Christian Films) PolyGram Filmed Entertainment London, England, UK 1979 The Big Lebowski Dead Man Walking Fargo Four Weddings and a Funeral Trainspotting The Usual Suspects What Dreams May Come (Acquired by Universal Studios) Possibility Pictures Orlando, Florida, USA 2002 Letters to God (Christian Films) Producers Releasing Corporation Los Angeles, California, USA 1939 (Assets acquired by Eagle-Lion Films in 1950, which in turn was acquired by United Artists in 1955) RKO Pictures New York, New York, USA 1929 King Kong Bringing Up Baby Citizen Kane Trimark Pictures Los Angeles, California, USA 1985 Beautiful People Warlock (Started as Vidmark Entertainment, acquired by Lions Gate) Samuel Goldwyn Films New York, New York, USA 1979 The Squid and the Whale (Founded as Samuel Goldwyn Company, acquired by Orion Films then formed Independently in 1999) Palm Pictures USA Magnolia Pictures New York, New York, USA 2001 The World's Fastest Indian Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room Bubble One Last Thing... Jesus Camp Mister Foe Chocolate Humpday The ABCs of Death Compliance Serena Évocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie Drinking Buddies Uncommon Productions Boston, MA, USA 2000 The Last Mountain American Violet The Price of Sugar Overture Films Beverly Hills, California, USA 2006 Brooklyn's Finest (Owned by Liberty Media) First Look Studios Century City, California, USA 1993 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints Roadside Attractions Los Angeles, USA 2003 The Joneses Super Size Me Walk on Water Pretty Persuasion Fido Amazing Grace Garden Party From Mexico with Love The Cove The Music Never Stopped I Love You Phillip Morris Grace Unplugged Screen Media Films New York, New York, USA 2001 Image Entertainment Los Angeles, California, USA 1981 My Name Is Bruce Pacific International Enterprises Medford, Oregon, USA The Adventures of the Wilderness Family The Further Adventures of the Wilderness Family Mountain Family Robinson Challenge to Be Free Across the Great Divide Windwalker The Late, Great Planet Earth IFC Films New York, New York, USA 1999 My Big Fat Greek Wedding (Owned by Rainbow Media) Hannover House Springdale, Arkansas, USA 1993 E1 Entertainment Port Washington, New York, USA 1987 (Founded as Koch Entertainment) THINKFilm New York, New York, USA 2001 Half Nelson Before the Devil Knows You're Dead Down in the Valley (Capitol Films (50% equity), Lionsgate Films (50% equity)) Spiderwood Productions Austin, Texas, USA 2002 The Inner Circle National Lampoon's Teed Off National Lampoon's Teed Off Too Flight of Magic (Spiderwood Animation) Something's Gonna Live Blaze Foley: Duct Tape Messiah The Red Corner Mafiosa (Affiliated with Spiderwood Studios and Spiderwood Animation) Vivendi Entertainment Universal City, California, USA 2000 New York, I Love You Grindhouse Hurricane Season Opie Gets Laid New York Doll Fanboys The Moon and the Stars Tyler Perry Studios Atlanta, Georgia, USA 2006 Diary of a Mad Black Woman Madea's Family Reunion Daddy's Little Girls Why Did I Get Married? 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