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I’m just going through and taking screencaps of this film because I felt the visual language of it was outstanding. Emotionally provocative use of color and an ethereal sense of loneliness in these landscapes.
The film itself has a lot of narrative flaws, some editing that makes us feel like we sort of missed things, so much world building and exposition that is both needed more and simultaneously gets in the way, a couple of times where the film’s otherwise beautifully done sincerity goes into overdrive and it feels melodramatic, and a startling mix of gorgeously done animated sequences next to limited scenes, but there are so many things about it that are also wonderful that I think it’s quickly becoming one of my favorite animated films, flaws and all, it all goes back to the sharp sense of design.
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"Black Summer is a brief, street-level, perspective of the citizens of Ferguson following the murder of unarmed teen Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson. With Brown’s death serving as a reminder of an American tradition: the killing of unarmed blacks by officers of the law"
Hey folks, take some time and peep this micro-doc I worked on with my friend Tristan Taylor.
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Black Summer is a brief, street-level, perspective of the citizens of Ferguson following the murder of unarmed teen Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson. With Brown’s death serving as a reminder of an American tradition: the killing of unarmed blacks by officers of the law
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Eagles Are Turning People Into Horses: The Movie
If you are into this new trend called “Laughing,” you should watch this movie (16 min)
Note: It was “Brian McElhaney’s 2008 NYU Thesis Film, based on a script he and Nick Kocher wrote that garnered no support or money from any of the faculty, and nearly got him thrown out of class.
Filmed over an INTENSE 48 hours on the budget of about $11, “Eagles Are Turning People Into Horses” went on to become an official selection at the 2010 SlamDance and SXSW Film Festivals.”
I think about this movie a lot
I have no idea who these people are or why they’re a big deal. All I know is that by one minute and thirty seconds into this short, I was dying laughing.
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