… One of my majors requires (not explicitly, but very implicitly) that we develop a practice of making our own stuff without external forces pushing us to do so. While this is awesome, and probably one of the best things to have going on in art school, it really means we have to step up and tackle the world and ourselves in a serious manner. (Not always serious, but at least as far as taking ourselves serious as stuff-makers goes).
So, one of my projects for this year is a short film. Starting with the guidelines of some cool, fast-paced cinematography, some simple, flashy effects work, and a bitchin’ fight scene with weapons and unique choreography, I banged this out in a few weeks near the end of August, and would looove some feedback.
Originally I wasn’t going for heavy story or even fully-fleshed emotional tones, but now that I’ve gotten out the first draft, I’m open to developing that stuff and really the whole thing in almost any direction. That said, I like the piece as it is now, and I do want to keep things short and concise, while also trying to pack a punch (both metaphorically and literally).
So, please attack this with fervor and excitement, and I’d love to hear what you’ve got to say in the comments.
Also, check out Scribd.com if you like the PDF-embedding doo-hickey I used above. I used the iPaper plugin to add the document into WordPress.