New Mini-Series ‘My Vacation In LA’ is a Docu-Sequel to ‘My Vacation In Cincinnati’

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February is here with a new mini-series from TTF. From one hot spot to the next, take an adventurous trip with Alicia, Legend and Trippy T as they travel the west coast seeking beaches and fun as they bring a whole lot of Midwest and Cincinnati-tude to beautiful Los Angeles, California.

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Alicia has never been to California, let alone southern California (hello, the spot to be!) When her friend Rory (Trippy T, Anthony Rory Tran AKA the Trippy Tran Man, founder of Trippy Tran Films LLC) moves to pursue his film and acting career in Hollywood, she knew she had to see him again and spend time with him and his bud Legend on the SoCal coast.

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Rory, Alicia and Legend planned a full week of adventure including visting various beaches like the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Long Beach boat rides and the aquarium, plus, WeHo, Knott’s Berry Farm, Hollywood Star Tours, wax museums, a taping of Comedy Central’s @Midnight, In N’ Out and more. See what fun they all get into as they explore Greater Los Angeles when it premiers here at TrippyTranFilms.com on Friday, February 5, 2016.

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The mini-series is a spin-off to Trippy Tran Films’ 2012 short My Vacation In Cincinnati which stars the late Chris Corman (who passed in 2015) and ex-army Seattle-lite Amanda Eichelberger.

There are references and more to MVIC but MVILA is not a movie per se. It is more of a documented adventure with interviews, sights, travel, fun facts (like did you know The Pacific Wheel is the only solar powered Ferris wheel in the world!?) Plus, there are even important topics discussed amongst the vacationers like salt water resources – all sprinkled throughout this unique adventure.

SoCal just got sunnier!

This documentary-style mini-series will be split into 7 segments for each day of the adventure. The 2-part finale will release on February 29th.

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Psych Thriller ‘Obliquity’ Whets Appetite with New Behind-The-Scenes Clips

The anticipated debut feature with the tagline “More Than The Eye Can See” from Trippy Tran Films and Sovereign Entertainment has recently released (mostly) spoiler-free Behind-The-Scenes segments on YouTube.com/TrippyTranFilms – be sure to subscribe as new videos will be added. The journey shows tie-ins to Tran’s original short “Duality” with glimpses at some of the surprises in store for the upcoming full-length independent psych thriller Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown.

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(watch the new behind-the-scenes adventure here):
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2I1IfO0DKp4bSeUXiYlTe9UoO-_SRaL5

The video clips include previously unreleased interviews, insight on the lives and thoughts of the cast and crew, waiting in the rain for location clearance, flat tires, getting lost, favorite film parts, the mishaps and the accomplishments, plus, the director himself in action giving viewers a chance to see what it really took for us to make this community-oriented full-length indie film in the Greater Cincinnati Area.

Tran also mentions future releases in the playlist are going to include bands from the Obliquity soundtrack performing live, photo shoots with all the actors for the movie poster, the original cast (recorded with old school cell phones), rehearsing, voice overs and a First-Look at the band ALTERED in the recording studio performing the song they wrote for our film – also entitled “Obliquity”. (Playlist link is above – with 34 clips currently.) We will update the playlist weekly until we run out – and that’s not going to happen anytime soon.

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Trippy Tran Films presents Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown. ©2015 All rights reserved.

Now when viewing the clips, you may notice that they are completely unedited video segments recorded per clip. Due to it being filmed off of a Sony Handycam (that Chris Hicks gave Tran in 2011) we found it to be incompatible with the MacBook used for handling the movie’s files while editing on Final Cut Pro. When we tried to view the file, there was no audio. We decided to give you the raw recordings as part of the experience because of that.

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Teaser promo for the director’s cut test screen release which premiered December 2013.

By uploading each video to YouTube, audio and video then became readily available. The behind-the-scenes preview is here to ‘wet your thirst’ for more as we prepare finalizing postproduction of the film this year. New videos will be uploaded to the playlist periodically.

(see the trailers, character promos and more at the Obliquity playlist here):

To be a part of postproduction contact us at TrippyTranFilms@gmail.com To help donate to the project, send via PayPal to TrippyTran@gmail.com

Be sure to check out the official movie page and all our other movies in the Menu bar.

Click to view updates on the up-and-coming Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown and visit the Obliquity website and follow the movie on fb.com/ObliquityMovie #ObliquityMovie and follow us @TrippyTranFilms on YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.