Blue Passage Three

What might the past bring?

  • Robert David Duncan
  • Robert David Duncan
  • Robert David Duncan
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Genres:
    Micro short
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 13 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 1, 2019
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Director Biography - Robert David Duncan

My core training in acting is from the Stella Adler Studio in New York. I love acting and filmmaking and Vancouver where I now live is a beautiful place to make films. I am interested in the dramas, delights, passions and heartbreaks that take place in everyday interactions (or lack thereof) between ordinary people. Most of my films have dealt with human-scale issues such as tough choices, love, dreams, hope and finding meaning and fun in life. I love an underdog story! My motto is don't let anything get in the way of telling a story that might uplift someone - film it with your smartphone if that's what you have, but get it done and share it with the world.

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Director Statement

Part of a series of five "Blue Passage" art films by the character "Singulara T" who lives in the conceptual space known in my work as Spinoza Hotel. The subject of the award-winning film "Room 602 Spinoza Hotel" this artist and amateur astrophysicist has begun sharing his film art, which often also features his other forms of visual, poetic and spoken word art. The Blue Passage series explores the nature of time as one approaches a singularity in theoretical physics, juxtaposed with imagery from the artist's neighborhood.