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WCATV Gallery
Director`s Choice Films

The Mark, Pilot Episode

Cribben, Gullickson & Wroblewski

Uncut Version of Jack Be Nimble

R. Virgil Ellis

This gallery showcases indie digital films created by area artists.
Selection is at the WLOOCATV Director's discretion and is based solely on the films' individual merits.
    Local artists who create professional quality digital films and want to show them here, email wloocatv@waterloowi.us Films must be .flv (Flash video) format and content must be in accordance with WLOOCATV Policies and Procedures
The Mark was created in 2006 as an experiment. Its creators decided to release it now as a pilot episode. It might become a series if the public likes it. PLEASE COMMENT ON "THE MARK" HERE

The Mark was written and directed by Matthew Cribben (Edgerton), and produced by Jason Gullickson (Beaver Dam). Waterloo's own Michael Wroblewski plays the leading role. Area band 2211 provides the sound track and is seen on film. The Mark was filmed in Waterloo, WI, mostly at The Mode Theater, downtown at S. Monroe St. Please note improvements have been made to the S. Monroe streetscape since the film was made.
Jack Be Nimble features a rhyming, catchy soundtrack to the video of Jack, 4th generation potter and the youngest son of renowned area potter Mark Skudlarek.

It is the work of area multimedia performer and renowned poet R. Virgil Ellis. More of Ellis work is shown in the WLOO CATV Student Film Gallery.
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