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Rene Williams

Rene Williams is an independent filmmaker and writer living and working in Boise, Idaho. His now defunct film company created several short films and a feature length romantic comedy which he produced called “No Socks, No Shoes, Just You…and a Bag of Chips” (seriously) which screened at several film festivals in New York and Los Angeles. He currently wastes his life away by being employed doing broadband support for a major telcom in the Pacific Northwest. He was recently ordained as a Minister of the Universal Life Church in Modesto, California and is available for all weddings and baptisms for a small fee, naturally.

contributions

Movie Review: Eastern Promises 09.24.2007
DVD Review: Air Guitar Nation 09.06.2007
Guilty Pleasures: The Metal Years 08.21.2007
Movie Review: Superbad 08.20.2007
Californication: Pussy & Palm Trees 08.14.2007
Disturbia: The DVD Review 08.13.2007
The Two Coreys 08.07.2007

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