My first feature length collaboration with Alex Davies, Grass and Glass (75 minutes), a glacial psychedelic experience exhibiting the abstract images seen by an individual slowly dying on the floor of their home, had its digital world premiere today via the distribution platform, Sital Cinema. You can view the film in its entirety, for free of course, on Sital Cinema's youtube channel: youtu.be/ohhC5uCfHU4
After months of rigorous editing, I finally completed my eighth feature film, Image & Illusion (79 minutes), the first feature that I've decided to add to the Letterboxd database since 2017's The Passing of a Psychopath. If you would like to view the film, or any of my other password-protected works, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; I'll be sure to provide passwords. Much love to you all, and thank you sincerely for your infinite inspiration over the years -- it's assisted greatly in sustaining my determination to keep creating, no matter the obstructions or limitations.
Edit: the film is now available
publicly via vimeo.com/264388220
"I have just now come from a party
where I was its life and soul; witticisms
streamed from my lips, everyone laughed
and admired me, but I went away —
yes, the dash should be as long as
the radius of the earth's orbit
— and wanted to shoot myself."
- Søren Kierkegaard
the most understanding of a failed,
long term relationship, that I've ever,
ever seen from a filmmaker; period.
portrays the seismic banality and vapidity of
corporate office work pretty well, but the main
character is so un-engagingly unsympathetic;
why movies gotta keep villainizing mental illness
& overlaying sequences of familial psychological
conflict with eerie, thriller-esque music... like this
real shit is some kind of horror movie? one scene
in specific put me off but the rest is relatively fine
& harmless, apart from a few questionable beats.