MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR HUGO PAINTING MALE FEMALE FUSION CREATED ON STAGE AT VOODOO LOUNGE IN FILM ABOUT DOMESTIC TERRORIST DRONE STRIKES.
The Modern Art Music Movement™ painting titled, “Male/Female Fusion” appeared on the ABC Television Network’s dance show titled, “Club TV” and in the independent film, “Death By Remote Control”, an American made thriller, about a serial killer, terrorizing a metropolis, with deadly drones.
BROOKLYN MURPHY AND THE MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO VACA II CO-STARRED IN THE AWARD WINNING (BEST FILM), “48 HOUR FILM FESTIVAL”, GRIND-HOUSE THRILLER TITLED, “THE ART OF ROADKILL”.
“Male/Female Fusion” was created on stage September 5, 2008 during the ABC Club TV Modern Art Music Movement™ MAMM Jam in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at The Voodoo Lounge, with Modern Art Music Movement™ artists Brooklyn Murphy & Victor-Hugo Vaca Jr. , performing live art intuition with a sensual twist, simultaneously, for both the television show and film, in front of a live audience.
“MALE/FEMALE FUSION” HAS BEEN REMIXED, DIGITALLY, BY MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO VACA II, IN LIMITED EDITION SIGNED/AUTOGRAPHED Lithograph PRINTS.
IN “THE ART OF ROADKILL”, BROOKLYN MURPHY AND THE MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO PLAY DETECTIVES STRUGGLING TO SOLVE A SERIES OF BIZARRE MURDERS WITH AN ARTISTIC TWIST.
“Male/Female Fusion” actually appeared in two films; the independent horror film titled, “Death By Remote Control”, about a psychopath terrorizing suburban communities with his deadly, home-made drones and also in, “The Last Hit”, an award-winning mob flick available on DVD at major retailers like Wal-Mart and Target and on popular streaming networks like Amazon Prime, Hulu and Epix.
THE MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO VACA II HAD THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY OF, CROSS POLLINATING FILM CHARACTERS, BY PLACING THE HOMELESS ORACLE HE PORTRAYED IN THE CULT CLASSIC, “CRACKHEAD JESUS: THE MOVIE”, INTO THE STORYLINE OF “THE LAST HIT”.
“The Last Hit” is the story of hitman, Simon Carson, who earns his wages as an elite killer for a local crime syndicate. When he’s given an assignment to kill a young girl, he takes matters into his own hands, with revenge in his heart, and decides to protect and save her instead. The Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II has a cameo with dialogue, as a homeless war veteran suffering from PTSD, in the audience favorite at several international film festivals including the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) and La Romana International Film Festival (LRIFF) in the Dominican Republic.
“THE LAST HIT” AND “CRACKHEAD JESUS: THE MOVIE” BOTH SCREENED AT THE “LA ROMANA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL” AND BOTH MOTION PICTURES WERE AWARDED TROPHIES, BEST FILM AND BEST SCREENPLAY, RESPECTIVELY.
“Male/Female Fusion” was manifested on building plans for a U.S. veterans hospital that was never constructed, due to the Wall Street bank bailout, that shattered the U.S. economy and sent negative reverberations throughout the global banking industry.
BEHIND THE SCENES/ ART SECRETS: RAW, UNEDITED IMAGE OF, “MALE/FEMALE FUSION”, A MODERN ART MUSIC MOVEMENT WORK OF MODERN-ART-GONZO-JOURNALISM, CREATED TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE EPIDEMIC OF ECONOMIC FRAUD, THAT MANIFESTED ECONOMIC TERRORISM ON WALL STREET THAT HAS NEGATIVELY IMPACTED 99% OF THE HUMAN POPULATION.
Scene from, “Death By Remote Control”, featuring Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II and Brooklyn Murphy as featured in the USA Today Network article, “Artist Victor Hugo Creates Diary Of World On Canvas” .
Scene from the award-winning, “48 Hour Film Festival”, grind house flick, “The Art Of Roadkill” starring Brooklyn Murphy and Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II.
Scene from the award-winning film, “The Last Hit”, featuring Modern Art Music Movement™ works of art including “Male/Female Fusion”. The climax of the movie was filmed at the beachfront home of the Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II known as the “Labyrinth of Creativity On The Beach” on Hillsboro Mile A.K.A., “Millionaires Row”, a unique, scenic, yacht-lined, exclusive, one mile beach community, inhabited by artists, actors, musicians, CEO’s, Football Team Owners, Sultans and Queens.
Movie trailer, for the award-winning film, “The Last Hit”, featuring cameo by Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II, in the role he created for, “Crackhead Jesus: The Movie”, of a war veteran, suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), that serves as an oracle for protagonists in both films.