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Roko Belic

Roko Belic started his filmmaking life in third grade with his brother Adrian when their friend Christopher Nolan (MEMENTO) borrowed a Super-8 movie camera from his parents. Heavily influenced by STAR WARS, the young team experimented with special effects and the surreality of film. Later, because the knob on his family’s single television had broken off (and his mother used a wrench to lock the TV to the local PBS channel), Roko became enchanted with programs that allowed him to explore the world around him. In 1989, Belic enrolled at the University of California at Santa Barbara and majored in studio art. He studied Russian, Swahili, and Arabic languages. He took a year and half hiatus during the middle of his term to work and then travel around the world. His feature film debut, GENGHIS BLUES – about a blind blues musician’s journey to the lost land of Tuva – earned an Oscar nomination.

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Indestructible

$24.95 | 113 minutes

(2008) - Cinematographer

Diagnosed with ALS, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, filmmaker Ben Byer starts documenting his life on camera. What begins as a series of video diaries grows into an epic journey spanning three years and six countries as he scours the&hellip…

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Indestructible - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 113 minutes

(2008)

Diagnosed with ALS, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, filmmaker Ben Byer starts documenting his life on camera. What begins as a series of video diaries grows into an epic journey spanning three years and six countries as he scours the&hellip…

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Indestructible - DOWNLOAD

$11.99 | 113 minutes

(2008)

Diagnosed with ALS, a fatal neurodegenerative disease, filmmaker Ben Byer starts documenting his life on camera. What begins as a series of video diaries grows into an epic journey spanning three years and six countries as he scours the&hellip…

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