lean machine, jelly bean.
Hello, this is me, I made this for my masters thesis! You can watch it here!
Synchromism was an early Visual Music art movement at the start of the 20th Century. Its thesis was to use colour in a similar way to how conductors would use notes in a composition. Colours and shapes are more representative of emotions and rhythms than anything tangible.
I wanted to take these ideas and use them within modern visual effects on top…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This year, I decided to cease communication with my immediate family. The last few years, I've been learning what it is to feel loved and to feel deserving of love. I feel I've had to be my own parent for a lot of my life, but only recently am I giving myself the love I should have received. Finding love in my partner and friends has been so overwhelming. Being called a name as simple as "hun, sweetheart or baby"…
"There's three lights now."
Empathy radiating from every shot, every small movement. No heroics, just care. "Minding" as a form of love, understanding.
Foster was a book that meant a lot to me as a teen, while still deathly in denial of the familial abuse/neglect I was in the throws of.
A beautiful understanding of that pain on display here, something truly special. Perfect filmmaking. Feeling fragile.
Love of my life in the credits, endlessly proud.