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David Gargani

David Gargani studied film at Ithaca College and has since spent the last 10 years as a commercial and feature editor. His editing credits include work on the acclaimed Metallica documentary "Some Kind of Monster" and the "Animated Alias" TV series. He is a co-owner of Blue Room, a NYC design and editorial firm and has been the recipient of numerous BDA and Promax awards for excellence in cable advertising. After directing a handful of music videos, David made his feature directorial debut with "Monsters From The Id," and is continuing to develop science driven TV and film content through his production company Sling & Arrows Films.

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Monsters From The Id - DOWNLOAD

$9.99 | 53 minutes

(2008)

The 1950's was an idealistic time in American History, filled with hope, opportunity, and wonder. It was also, "The Atomic Age" where new technology promised to both save humanity as well as put it in jeopardy. All of these factors gave&hellip…

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Monsters From The Id

$24.95 | 53 minutes

(2008) - Director

The 1950's was an idealistic time in American History, filled with hope, opportunity, and wonder. It was also, "The Atomic Age" where new technology promised to both save humanity as well as put it in jeopardy. All of these factors gave&hellip…

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Monsters From The Id - ON DEMAND

$2.99 | 53 minutes

(2008)

The 1950's was an idealistic time in American History, filled with hope, opportunity, and wonder. It was also, "The Atomic Age" where new technology promised to both save humanity as well as put it in jeopardy. All of these factors gave&hellip…

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