Experiencing Interruptions?

Dear at Dusk

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Dear at Dusk developed through my experiences in life. What I’ve seen, done, which has led to what I’m drawn towards. My mental imagery always comes before the story. Light and shadow is a daily inspiration to me, my framing style is motivated by my photography background, and even though I am making a moving image I rely on my photography knowledge to create a scene that can be powerful as static as if it were a still image. I see the world as a dark place that holds a lot of light within it but for me, I seem to be drawn to the negatives or the positives become negatives, but not the negative definition relating to pessimistic reasoning’s we think of when we say someone or something is negative, but rather the relating to the reality that is life, everything isn’t candy coated. I had an idea of wanting to create an experimental film that spoke to the audience in different ways but held mystery and emotional heaviness within. I remember seeing the film in my head as an emotion first rather than a visual appearance; to show a connection with the roots below, also behind you relating to the hardships of reality and relationships.

  • Heather Taylor
    Director
  • Heather Taylor
    Writer
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student, Web / New Media, Other
  • Genres:
    Experiental
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 1, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Shooting Format:
    RED
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    Yes
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Director - Heather Taylor