Six Words as an Experimental Film

If you’re new here then welcome, I tell stories in six words. As a creative micro writer on Twitter and a media production student, I enjoy experimenting to create something new. Below is a 30 second experimental film as part of a YouTube challenge to upload a Video Every Day in April (VEDA). The video is…

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Glitch Art and Six Words

Glitch Art and Six Words This glitch art film is a real type of glitch. It happened while I was taking some shots for an experimental film. The occurrence was a result of using a USB camera which recorded in low quality. As a result the file was not read correctly during editing. I then thought…

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Experimental Film – An Introduction

Let’s make an experimental film. Last year I’ve realised a certain passion for experimental film. Lately, I have experimented with visual art on an app called Phhhoto. The iOS only application became available on android last October for beta testers. I had long been waiting for it, so naturally I joined in the fun. Now, I…

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Film – Introducing six word stories

Experimental film with six words A picture is a 1000 words, I like to add, six words are a 1000 pictures. The following video is an introduction to the storytelling style of this blog which is all about micro fiction. Do you want more six words in film?  

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Interactive Music Video | Golden Touch

Interactive music video’s; making things a little more exciting. This music video has such a simple interactive concept that I simply had to share it with you. Quite a short and late post for today but I hope you enjoy this video and putting fingerprints on your screen. Let me know in the comments what…

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A Timelapse Short Film About Loneliness

As I was browsing my old likes on Vimeo I came across this little gem. Originally, a friend had linked it to me on Facebook back in 2012. The video is an entirely simple timelapse yet the colours and background create such a soothing atmosphere. The first time I watched the video I assumed that…

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