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A Film Every 1.5 Weeks!?!? That's What My Grade is Based on!?!?!
Warning. The following is not for the faint of heart. Over the course of my past semester I was required to make a short film once every one and a half weeks, that's ten short films in total. While their ability to win awards varries (I've made more than one of them in less than six hours) I feel that many of them are worthy of my felling proud. I invite you to watch them, preferably starting at the bottom and working your way up (so you can see how much better my later works were) and share your thoughts.
Assignment #1: The first exercise is a short without edits (all one
single Shot) that reflects something of how you see the world, and/or
how the world sees you.
Assignment #2: Create a video whose content is based purely on the
structure of the sounds, images, and editing. Find a structure that
formals rhythm of the edits and sounds and the composition of the shots.
Assignment #9: Repeat any one of the previous assignments, either with
a different subject matter, or refining, improving on, and adding
additional materials to the earlier version. This piece ought to be
between three and five minutes in length.