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New Music Video: Jaybird The Purdy Boi – Daygo

Jaybird, The Purdy Boi
Daygo
#OneShot Mixtape
June 2013
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/purdyboijaybird

Filmed and Edited by Panthong Manichanch – Triple M Designz Productions

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New Music Video: IcyGreen – No Sleep (25th Hour)

Artist: IcyGreen
No Sleep (25th Hour)
2013

Camera: Canon 5D Mark III
Lens: Rokinon 24mm Samyang 85mm
Location: Las Vegas, NV

Filmed and Edited by Panthong Manichanh – Triple M Designz Productions

San Diego Asian Film Festival 2012

13th San Diego Asian Film Festival, November 1-9, 2012

Yes, it is just around the corner, The San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF). It’s one of the largest media arts organization in North America that focuses entirely on Asian American and Asian International cinema. This annual event is held all around San Diego, and this year is primarily screening films at the UltraStar Mission Valley. The festival itself is an event where anyone can gather to learn, appreciate, and experience the different facets of Asian cinema.

Asian cinema alone has many genres within it, so you’re not limited to seeing one kind of film. At Triple M Designz Productions we love them all, but two of our favorites (which happen to be polar opposites of one another) are romantic comedies and horror! Much of American horror is based off of Asian horror films. To name two, The Ring, The Grudge, were “re-invented” from Asian films with the same titles. Even the extremely popular The Hunger Games bore many similarities to the cult classic Battle Royal, but this little tidbit is another topic all together (not gonna go there).

Don’t forget, SDAFF is a film competition. This event gives individuals and small production companies like us a chance to get our work out to the public to be judged and hopefully win some recognition. Rules are, all films and videos entered into the competition must be directed, produced, or principally acted by an artist of Asian or Pacific Islander descent or whose subject matter relates to Asian or Pacific Islander culture. We are definitely eligible to complete! Unfortunately, we won’t be participating in this year’s competition, however we do have a couple of projects in the works and will possibly be ready by next year. Stay tuned for that!

For more information about SDAFF and how to compete, contribute, or volunteer visit http://www.sdaff.org/. For more details on this year’s festival visit http://festival.sdaff.org/2012/

Featured Business of the Week, Nana’s Heavenly Hot Dogs

Each week we will feature a new business on our blog to promote and assist in expanding their reach. It is our pleasure to present this company to our friends and followers. Be sure to check out what they’re all about. Maybe their products and services are just what you were looking for. Please share with your friends this week’s featured business… Remember mention Triple M Designz and get 10% off

Nana’s Heavenly Hot Dogs

The West’s Greatest Full Service Hot Dog Catering Cart

Nana’s Heavenly Dogs started out as one full service hot dog cart back in 2010. Since their humble beginnings they have grown to 3 full service hot dog carts, catering both San Diego and Phoenix. They plan on expanding later this year (2012), presenting Nana’s Full Service Gourmet Hot Dog Truck and will soon be visiting your favorite spots all around San Diego County. By 2013 Phoenix will also have a gourmet truck going.

Here’s what you can expect from your experience with Nana’s.They don’t cut corners when it comes to their product. They use only the best products, including Kosher All Beef Hebrew National Dogs. At many of their regular venues customers are known by name. When it comes to private events they really aim to please. If there is a theme, they try to match it. That means if your event is a “Disney Cars Theme”” they come prepared with matching decor, down to the snow cones cups. They really mean it when they say “Full Service” because their staff members clean up after your guests and ensures they’ve enjoyed their meal. They also offer seconds and are glad to bring it to them. This allows you to enjoy your party.

Other hot dog carts are asking what’s their secret. Hot Dog Carts come and go, and for most owners it’s a hobby, for Nana’s Heavenly Dogs, it’s a passion. They maintain a 5 star rating on YELP (many reviews are filtered, due to first time YELPERS) and are currently the top rated food truck in San Diego on Roaminghunger.com  and their truck isn’t even completed yet.

Mention Triple M Designz Blog after they’ve sent you a quote and get 10% off your package.

Here are ways you can contact Nana’s Heavenly Hot Dogs

http://www.nanasheavenlydogs.com
nanasheavenlydogs@gmail.com
619-663-6475 – San Diego
480-788-6475 – Phoenix

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