Thursday, November 6, 2014

Lost Frequency - A 72 Hour Four Points Film Project project I was involved in

Over the weekend of October 24, I got to play a part in helping make the following film a reality, participating with Tasty Lumens in the Four Point Film Project. Part of the contest is that you are given a genre, a prop, a character, a line of dialog, and have only 72 hours to write, shoot and edit the film. Our genre was silent film, our prop head phones, our character was an appraiser, and our line of dialog was "Show me your best blank stare". I think we managed to pull off a pretty great film given the criteria. Click below to jump to Vimeo and check it out.


In addition to working on the film, I got the opportunity of designing the Tatsy Lumens logo, which our editing team brought to life through some digital craftiness in the film. 


Once we know what the results are of the The Four Point Film Project, I'll update accordingly. Till then, enjoy the film, and keep your fingers crossed!

Be sure to check out Isaac's other films, including a previous effort by this team for the 48Hour film project at his Vimeo.
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