Tuesday, November 01, 2005

16mm (posi+ive)


positive still
Originally uploaded by symbiopsychotaxiplasm.

okay so here it is! -my first student film! -now I know the beginning is dark, I'm working on that -BUT PLEASE EMAIL ME YOUR CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM! DO NOT COMMENT -EMAIL ME INSTEAD at taxiplasm@gmail.com Click here to watch

12 Comments:

Blogger Paul Knight said...

cor blimey governor, it shows that you know your stuff about film making, I wish you all the best with your work in the future. You will go a long way. It is fantastic, author author!!!

7:08 AM  
Blogger Nathan Peters said...

I don't really have any criticism so I'm just leaving a comment to tell you that was awesome.

12:43 AM  
Blogger Cuoredifango said...

I prefer to leave a comment so that can become a discussion... but... nothing to say except that thi was a pro work, your first and sure a great short

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brian I was saying the situation sucks the film is awesome! duh love you

Monica

6:22 AM  
Blogger blujett8 said...

really great shape. the light. I love it.

6:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is really amazing! you are amazing! your onto great things.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Lo Mancini said...

so i ran across this today... somebody had posted it in a bulletin on myspace, funny how things like this travel.

what a touching piece of art.
no really, i like cried. haha.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have a graphic style that
comes thru in 16mm and mini dv.
It is poetic and personnal.
Great work !!
When you get a big budget project
don't forget your fans watching on medialab.com.
Positive and Precipice were equally great.
Good Luck

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think this is amazing!!!!!! I know it's not very constructive, but I saw your film on IFC MediaLab and gave it a 10. The music is perfect: subtle, emotional, captivating, and sets the perfect tone for what's to follow. The ending could have a little more, the only place that needed work, but overall i loved it and it's a very well made short.

Great job :) seriously.

9:25 PM  
Anonymous Erin - Maryland said...

you've made such a powerful message
it makes me cry

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Jeremy Slagle said...

Phenominal job. There are several things I could say were great about it so I'll just give it two thumbs up as a whole. My only hope is that you enter it into the Tribecca Film Festival this year because I think it would do quite well.

~Jeremy~

12:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the insight, I truly felt it. You generated such an extreme range of emotions in me. I found your film to be powerful, beautiful and woefully sad. I am hopeful that it will have an inspirational effect regarding the viewers personal responsibility for self protection.

Walter

2:11 PM  

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