Coming Soon: Blame Reagan – Director’s Cut
Blame Reagan – Director’s Cut is an even more graphic update of the original film, with 11 minutes of additional footage, remastered and expanded audio, and director’s commentary.
Miles of Travel
Over the years, I’ve worked with or known many brilliant artists and minds, all of which gave me career advice and guidance and encouragement to reach my goals.
“You will go very far in this industry and be very successful.”
“You’re a video editing magician!!!!!!!!!!!”
Two Time Grammy Nominated Dream Theater
Winger – Berklee College of Music
“You have great ideas and I’m noting your video editing skills.”
Director of comedy development – Adult Swim
“The most dedicated person I have ever met.”
software engineer – facebook
Lisa Spoden PhD
ceo – hotels at sea- board of directors for numerous universities
Blame Reagan (2013)
Blame Reagan is the first-ever first-person immersion documentary about homelessness in film history. Matthew Berdyck, a former disabled person, gave up his home to live on the streets of dozens of cities all across the country to give the public a graphic account of the day to day struggles and internal monologue of a chronic legally disabled homeless person.
The film was originally released in 2013 and was subsequently banned from YouTube due to “inappropriate content.”