Music video with 14 funk musicians playing remotely between Bordeaux, Paris & Porto while confined during COVID 19 Pandemic
I admit it was with some trepidation that I watched my video feedback to my movie. To my great relief I found all the comments were intelligent, perceptive, thoughtful and the people commenting heard the message I was trying to convey. They were also tactfully positive. Perhaps they realise that filmakers are artists, and respond much better to encouragement than critisicm. So yes, I have found this process very worthwhile. Thank you.
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He has shot his camera thousands of times and yet he has never taken a picture. An element of the disruption changes all and he begins to see for the first time, to have a look in his eyes… Finally he will make his first picture: Take it!
Written and directed by Txemi Pejenaute, was filmed during the film direction workshop given by the Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi in Navarra (Spain) in June 2019.
Sunny is born and raised in Hong Kong. After finishing his bachelor’s degree in Surveying at The University of Hong Kong, he decided to pursue his dream in animation. He is currently an animation student based in the United States, studying Master of Fine Arts in Animation at Savannah College of Art and Design, focusing on 3D character animation and layout.
Through Godspeed, I want to bring the audience close to the internal thoughts of the main characters – Emma, the mother, and Wayne, the son. The motivation for me to create Godspeed is that I want to show the kind of love that is less direct and less obvious. Whenever we feel frustrated towards our family because of the lack of expressive love, we must re-evaluate ourselves and learn to care about love that is more than superficial. Love exists in all kinds of ways.
MOMENTS IN PARADISE, 1min., Switzerland
Directed by Bello Propello
Plants are growing in paradise; one of them nicer, more beautiful and taller than all the other and provoke a disciplinary action. Against all odds has consequences even in paradise.
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