Tonight I discovered how important it is for me to tell people about our short film called “Croft”. At first I thought “oh man it’s going to be so cool to see it on a big screen!” that was it, that’s all I thought about it. After the screening and talking with people, I realized all the work people put into this short film. All the favours, all the running around, all the lack of sleep to make this great 20 minutes of film! So I do apologize if people are getting annoyed hearing about this. IM JUST SO PROUD! AND ABSOLUTELY LUCKY to be involved. So friends/friends of friends in the California area; Wednesday August 21st 9:45pm screening of Croft. There will be a couple other shorts shown at the same time to make it an hour. So if you like action, or Lara Croft, come to Krikorian Theatre Monrovia Address: 410 S. Myrtle Ave, Monrovia CA
Trethevy Quoit is a well-preserved Neolithic dolmen tomb, known locally as ‘The Giant’s House,’ located between St. Cleer and Darite in Cornwall, England. It was erected during the Neolithic period between 3700-3500 BC.
Like other portal tombs of this type, Trethevy Quoit was originally covered by a mound. At the upper end of the cover slab is a natural hole, which may have been used for astronomical observation.
The Tombs of the Kings is a large necropolis lying about 7 miles north-west of Paphos harbour in Cyprus. The underground tombs, many of which date back to the 4th century BC, are carved out of solid rock, and are thought to have been the burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats and high officials up to the third century AD. The name, Tombs of the Kings, comes from the magnificence of the tombs only as no kings were actually buried here. Some of the tombs feature Doric columns and frescoed walls.