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Official Movie Trailer for Triangle of Death

Official Movie Trailer for Triangle of Death

The following is the official movie trailer to the award winning documentary, Triangle of Death, directed by Folleh Tamba. The film won The Founder's Choice award at the 2009 GI Film Festival in Washington D.C. and has been televised on the Military Channel numerous times. The director of the film, Folleh Tamba, joined the Marines and shot the movie while serving as a gunman in the early years of the Iraq War (2004-2006). This gritty and engaging documentary takes the viewer on a journey through deadly combat operations, dismantling of IEDs, training the Iraqi National Guard, and holding the first Iraqi national elections. Thomas Hartmann of Blink of an Eye Productions served as producer, editor and composer for the film.
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Ramona's Roses

Ramona's Roses

This was the very first film I ever made at the University of Notre Dame. Shot on 8mm color film, it won the Audience Choice Award at the University of Notre Dame Film Festival in 1999. The song featured in the video is called Waiting For My Ruca by Sublime. I'm the guy selling the roses. I ended up marrying the blonde in real life. Watch now.

Dear Marge

Dear Marge

This film was produced by Thomas Hartmann while attending Columbia College in Chicago. It was shot on 16mm color film and tells the tale of an older gentlemen who while dying of cancer, tries foolishly to win the heart of a woman he met over an internet dating service. The music behind the film is an original guitar composition I wrote specifically for this movie. My mother, Sharon Hartmann, was nice enough to play Marge. Thanks MOM!! This is one of my personal favorites. Watch now.

Liquid Love

Liquid Love

This short film was shot and produced by Thomas Hartmann while attending Columbia College in Chicago. It was shot on 16mm color film and the aim of the project was to tell a story in a non-linear style. It stars my wife, Julie, and a local Chicago actor, Sandy Smiley. Sandy recently worked on the latest Batman film shot here in Chicago. He was one of the masked clowns who rob the bank at the opening of the film. One of my personal favorites. Enjoy! Watch now.

National Pastime

National Pastime

This film was shot while I attended film school at the University of Notre Dame. It was featured at the University of Notre Dame Film Festival in 1999 as well as the Jackson Hole Film Festival in 2001. Shot on 16mm black and white film, it documents one man's imaginative attempt to relive his little league baseball glory.
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What's In The Atttic?

What's In The Atttic?

I produced this film for a class project while attending Columbia College in Chicago. The assignment was to make a film that expressed one of our childhood fears. Shot on 16 mm film, this chilling little film short will be sure to raise the hairs on the back of your neck, at least for a few seconds!!
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Daysnatcher

Daysnatcher

The following short film was shot on 16 mm color film with Arriflex SR-2. It was produced by Thomas Hartmann for a class project while attending Columbia College in Chicago.
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Roadside Assistant

Roadside Assistant

This black and white 16mm film was written and directed by Thomas Hartmann while attending Columbia College film school in Chicago. It's a quirky and tragic comedy about the dangers of the road.
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Five on the Lam Trailer

Five on the Lam Trailer

The following trailer was filmed and produced by Thomas Hartmann at Blink of an Eye Productions and directed by April Altenritter. The film follows 5 band members as they struggle with making it in the music industry...as well as a serious addiction to drugs.
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