How To Make Money Selling Drugs

Project Noise’s short documentary, PRISONOCRACY, narrated by Tom Morello, speaks to similar issues about prison over-population akin to Matthew Cooke’s award winning documentary, “How To Make Money Selling Drugs.”

Below is the official trailer produced by Reckless Productions.

HTMMSD Synopsis: “Ten easy steps show you how to make money from drugs, featuring a series of interviews with drug dealers, prison employees, and lobbyists arguing for tougher drug laws.”

 

Watch Project Noise’s production of PRISONOCRACY, narrated by Tom Morello, a short documentary film about: “The American prisoner population is exploding, jumping over 1000% in the last forty years. In its proposed documentary, Prisonocracy, Project Noise will delve into the causes and possible solutions, focusing primarily on what goes on outside the prison walls. This brief trailer, narrated by Tom Morello, is the product of our initial research on the contributing factors to this rise in population, including the failed and poorly conceived War on Drugs, a lucrative prison industrial complex, a complicit voting and tax-paying public, and fear-mongering in political campaigns and the media. [...]

Fender Music Foundation Promo Videos by Project Noise

Project Noise was asked to create and produce 3/30 second promos about the Fender Music Foundation for social marketing.

Watch the promos we produced and find out how you can get involved with the Fender Music Foundation. 100% of Each Dollar you Donate Gets Instruments Into Music Education
Programs.

The Fender Music Foundation believes that music participation is an essential element in the fabric of an enduring society. The organization aims to keep music education alive and available in our nation’s schools and communities. Founded in 2005, this public charity has reached over 187,000 people through its grants of instruments to music education programs. These grant recipients, which give more people the opportunity to make music, include school music classrooms, community based organizations and music therapy programs. [...]

Fender Music Foundation

The Fender Music Foundation asked Project Noise to create a short documentary video about a school in Long Beach, New York with an award winning music program. Unfortunately, when Hurricane Sandy hit, the school’s music department was completely demolished. All of the instruments were gone.

Watch the video and learn how the Fender Music Foundation’s donation revitalized the music department and much more. DONATE! 100% of your donation gets music into programs that need it most.

The Fender Music Foundation believes that music participation is an essential element in the fabric of an enduring society. The organization aims to keep music education alive and available in our nation’s schools and communities. Founded in 2005, this public charity has reached over 187,000 people through its grants of instruments to music education programs. These grant recipients, which give more people the opportunity to make music, include school music classrooms, community based organizations and music therapy programs. [...]