Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Thursday, September 4, 2008
Thursday, August 21, 2008
A heart made of knotted roots, explaining the audio through most of the movie: a heart beat composed of howling winds and rushing waters.
The owner of the heart is revealed: Demeter, shot in over-exposed B&W huddled at the foot of a tree. Additional audio of screaming infants and mourning mothers.
Original tracking shot continues to reveal Hades' bedchamber and Persephone's ghostly attendants. The shades are animated in time to the heart beat. They are out of focus.
Monday, July 28, 2008
I was too disturbed by the original idea to pursue it so I came up with a more comical derivation. Taliesin said he'd like to see them back to back, but I bet he's alone in that.
Shot in two styles: high key video "reality" and high contrast, green-hued, low key "fantasy".
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Shot on digital video in April of 2007.
Originally shown MOS as a continuity editing assignment for Caroline Blair's Cine 25 Class.
Re-cut on FCP with color correction and sound design in May, 2008.
Jesse Parker-Campbell is uncredited as Camera Operator (my apologies).