An act of kindness leads to an unexpected metamorphosis. NB. High Res quicktime version has no progress bar so... more
On leaving college I joined the billion+ media graduate community with a knowing (that I've had since my early teens) that I wanted to make films, and an understanding (which I've also had since my early teens) that somehow it will just...
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On leaving college I joined the billion+ media graduate community with a knowing (that I've had since my early teens) that I wanted to make films, and an understanding (which I've also had since my early teens) that somehow it will just miraculously happen. Worked as a runner,2nd Ad, camera assistant and finally setup business as an editor which was all rudely interrupted by a family crisis. Looking after da familee business together with other sideline distractions kept me busy for a few years. Recently I woke up to the realisation that one makes ones own miracles and am now working my b*!~cks off to make up for lost time. I'm loving this site and all the nuggets of inspiration I'm getting from other filmmakers here.
Submissions by fede
Reviews by fede 29
A review of aardvarkby fede on 02/09/2005this cracked me up especially because I've wanted to take a baseball bat to my PC so many times; I totally related to his frustrations. The film is technically and narratively simple, and though some might regard these as shortcomings to me this makes the film. By not having anything else drawing on our attention (nothing in the background, nothing on screen, no face at the... read
A review of Honeybunnyby fede on 01/20/2005I've seen larger contact lenses than the size you've uploaded this film at, which is a shame because visual style was clearly what this film was about. I liked its looked, the cameraman did a good job of making his handheld work just coarse and edgy enough to create pace and excitement without makeing the viewer sea-sick and losing sense of the subject. The editing was spot... read
A review of Psalm 51by fede on 01/20/2005For the first two thirds of this visual experiment I was trying to find some kind of underlying meaning - a hidden message perhaps. I know, I know the name of the game here is experimental but its just the way my mind works. When I gave up doing this I allowed myself to experience the film solely on an emotional and aesthetic level. The overall feeling I got was one of anxiety... read