Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Part of the curriculum for the semester is a film analysis and production class.
We were asked to make a short film. I chose to make a portrait of the Eiffel Tower by showing the activity around the icon of the city. During the film the tower is never shown. The goal was to create an understanding of the space that surrounds the park without showing the tower. The music is by Calexico.

6 comments:

mj said...

cool video

Diane said...

I loved it, especially the guy that was trying to take a picture of him pretending to hold the eiffel tower. I loved the merry-go-round. I have seen that in so many movies. Good video.

..... Johnny and Becky ..... said...

Hey Johnny and I just watched this, and we really like it. Creative, and cool.

Tammy said...

I love the choice of music. Very French. And, like Diane, I loved the guy trying to do the trick photography. My other favorite part was the little cow toy doing it's jig. It came at such a perfect little part in the music. It made me laugh. And then the ponies. I was surprised to see them. That was my second favorite part. I'm wondering if anyone realized that they were being video'd by a stranger.

And I liked how the bird flew off at the end.
And there you have it.

byufish said...

WEHEW!! Love it...especially all the pics of people taking pics. That was cool....Soooo...what kind of camera did you use?

Brian Lee said...

A bad one. Just my hundred dollar point and shoot.