Wonderful film and great cinematography. Shortlisted!
Great job, I'm amazed by all these reverse speed shots! Shortlisted.
Shortlisted. like the reverse shots.
Wonderful - favourite moment, going to the drummer...
Some lessons on Cinematography for me. Thanks a lot.
Please give your feedback on my film '4*60 seconds'.
Simple concept, but well executed. Was this shot in Sao Paulo. Beautiful music that matched with the perfectly executed action.
Again another excellent film, Robin! I loved it! Simple but very well executed with the B&W, the reverse shots and the music! Please watch my entry, 'Deadline'.
You have made a truly beautiful film!
Fantastic!!! the shots were amazing, and the story is so beautiful
Robin you've got a great sense for amzing imagery.
Wonderful use of geometric, ramping fx, and composition.
Interesting use of the peelings as time fincrements, good musical choice, and the b/w aspect dead on.
please check out "The sands of Time"
KICK ASS!!! I actually felt goosebumps while watching this...
All the questions you ask, you ask them from your position and actually you are not going anywhere. But, I can congratulate you on your poetic vision and seeing a film as a mean for poetry. Also, you have very good black and white symbols which helps to confirm us that you had a stronger reason to put your film in b&w. But, I am missing a stronger point and that is because your list of three questions could have been expanded in infinity or it can stop where ever you want to stop and still not to have strong point. But, I like your poetry. Good luck!
very artistic !! great stuff!!!
Robin you have some amazing artistic talents... I like that you created your own music and it flows so well with the film. Did you have to speak backwards to make those reverse shots work with the voiceover? Like all of your films, it's off the charts on the creativity scale
Thanks all for such great reviews... this was so much fun to make. Cutting up a bunch of onions and crying while speaking backwards at 3 am was quite a surreal moment. I totally agree with Sran's comment... the questions posed were left hanging. I'm not sure I could have answered them even if I had made a 2 hour film... But isn't that the point? A 3 minute teaser which will leave people wondering? God luck to all of you... rather... all of us.
Where did you find those fantastic checker-board stairs?! Did u get permission to paint them yourself? They remind me of an expressionist backdrop.
Softly and beautifully executed.
All that's missing with that backwards speaking is The Man From Another World from Twin Peaks:)
Trippy man! I like how you use yourself in your films. And I like how you use your films as an exploration of feelings and ideas. The reverse shot of the onions coming up from the puddle was my favorite shot. Great imagery! ------Director of 'The Time Is Now'--------
Wow, truly beautiful. Composition of shots of the highest order. Editing, music and writing as well! All that and an effective theme too. Bravo. Maker of "The Course."
speechless.. really in such a simple frame you showed your potential!! my vote is to u!
Very artistic and beautiful shots. But more suited for an art exhibition than filmaking.