Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Toxic waste, smokestacks and more are featured in the official trailer for Direct-A-Friend Pictures' upcoming feature-length documentary 'WASTE BUCKS'. Produced with the local environmental group Protect Our Water & Air (POWA), 'WASTE BUCKS' will showcase the hazards presented in the proposal of the ELCON toxic waste incinerator in Director Tom Smith's hometown of Falls Township, PA.
Posted by Tom Smith at 8:54 AM
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Watch Tom Smith film scenes from Direct-A-Friend's new documentary 'WASTE BUCKS' in this segment by NBC10 Philadelphia. Smith is committed to advocating for Bucks County's local environment and is seen here speaking out against the towering landfills of Falls Township and Tullytown. Follow this link to NBC10's full story: bit.ly/TomSmithTalksTrash217.
Posted by Tom Smith at 6:20 PM
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Direct-A-Friend Pictures has joined the fight against the construction of a toxic waste water incinerator proposed for Falls Township in Bucks County, Pa. Watch this teaser to find out more and take action to preserve our environment! Visit: StopElcon.com for more information on this serious issue.
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Check out Direct-A-Friend's new series on the JeepTruck.com and SellAJeep.com YouTube channels! Drew Norman, Jeep extraordinaire, discusses his Jeep builds and advice for your own restorations. Filmed on location outside of Phoenix, AZ, these videos blend entertaining stories with practical tips.
Posted by Tom Smith at 6:47 PM
Sunday, December 20, 2015
A Jeep story with a holiday spin. This 20 minute documentary chronicles the early production of the very first Willys Jeeps produced for the United States during World War II. Made for a niche audience, the video delves into the details of restoring an old army Jeep.
Friday, October 30, 2015
Learn about the latest production at the ActorsNET with this behind-the-scenes documentary. Co-director George Hartpence and actress Mariel Rosati describe the play's portrayal of poverty and violence, even gun violence. For more information on the ActorsNET, visit: ActorsNETBucks.org.
Posted by Tom Smith at 10:12 PM