Sad and sweet, clever transitional effects, directed with an eye for detail.
A solid effort from Mr. Haskett. I had to smile reading the credits, with writer/director doing the editing and family members utilized as craft services and transportation—to me it makes it all more endearing. The cinematography was nicely done, the acting decent and the length about right. The graphic nature of the… Read more
I think we’re going to see a genre for this sort of thing, Cowboys and Kalashnikovs. What happens when you lose the profligate energy wasting of a cheap oil society (housewife driving a 2 ton car five miles to buy lettuce) but keep the high value/low weight stuff? I think we’ll have cell phones even after we lose easy… Read more
Glad to see one of these gets released... I funded a kickstarter short about 7 years ago, even with $70,000 it never saw the light of day.
Is it bad that I'm disappointed this wasn't a true story...?
That's really incredible... I'm sure 7 out of 10 people won't be able to tell CGI birds from real ones. :) Soon, we'll get to a point where CGI can perfectly mimic reality. And then, the Matrix...
It instantly reminded me of this:
Seriously that scene was so stupid. It's almost comedy stuff, kind of broke the mood.
Stanton MacDonald Wright is also known for his color theory work. He was convinced that music could be directly transcribed into color.
Code it up, hook up a color printer, and ... instant synesthesia. We are amazed that there isn't already an app which can take live music and convert it to color in real time already.