A few more YouTubes
I uploaded a couple of other films to YouTube today. The first one, Jabberwocky, was a short experimental adaptation of the classic poem by Lewis Carroll. It was my second short film, made during my very short stint (1 semester) of film school, almost 10 years ago. It’s a fun piece of nastalgia to go back and watch these little films. Not the best production quality, etc, but they were simple and fun.
The second film was my submission for Fox’s failed reality show, “On The Lot”. It was a fun little piece of film to make, but now I see the faults it had. Al and I had a lot of fun writing the script and making the film. It was the first (and only) project to be shot on a 35mm lens adapter, and my first real experience with a steadicam. The whole thing was shot on HDV, in an afternoon, with a small cast and crew. I am especially proud of the editing, particularly the pacing. I also think the short has a nice visual astetic, though I spent of a lot of time cleaning up each shot to match color, etc.
Enjoy, and feel free to comment, good or bad, on each. I’ve still got a few more to post.