Nan tries to have a little control over her uncontrollable circumstance. A picture is worth a thousand words, but to Nan, it’s worth so many more. An uplifting tale about hope, struggle, and a lasting image. Director’s Statement “Can You Take My Picture” was an idea I was quietly mulling[…]
In an alternate reality where memories are literally worn about one’s head, a jilted lover wrestles with the image of his ex.
Jessa finds pictures of herself, on her phone, taken while she was asleep. The mystery surrounding these pictures unravels as she confronts her boyfriend. Director’s Statement For Say Cheese, I wanted to challenge myself on keeping the audience’s attention, maintaining the suspense, but revealing only very little and slowly. I[…]
“THE + WAS” is a story of four misfits who use the world as their playground to escape the dreams they so deeply desire to come true. With brushes of Dali, Van Gogh and Kubrick, set to a soundtrack of EDM, the film paints a picture of love and pain[…]
Do cameras steal a part of our souls? Kenny Halloway has been fascinated with cameras since he was a little boy. He has never actually taken a picture, however, because of his misguided mother’s fear of one’s soul being captured on a piece of paper for eternity. Kenny has seen[…]
Whether you’re a student filming for a university project, you work in the industry or you’re an aspiring filmmaker, you don’t always have to travel far and wide to the world’s most exotic locations to capture the perfect picture. The local woods, a nearby field or your favourite beach can[…]
Our Friday ritual continues with episode 4 of The Next Steps series. Chris & Beth prove that trying to find someone to take your picture is harder and more annoying than it seems. Starring Anthony Fanelli (@Anthony_Fanelli) & Lyndsey Doolen (@eatmysnarl) Episode 1 : Gosling Episode 2 : Group Date[…]