imagica 

member since 12/04/2002 | last login 01/14/2007

I started experimenting with film when I saw a high-school classmate merge a video yearbook with the psychedelic, electronic music of Tangerine Dream. Capturing normal life in an extraordinary way has been my passion since. Thanks to the purchase of a camcorder...

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I started experimenting with film when I saw a high-school classmate merge a video yearbook with the psychedelic, electronic music of Tangerine Dream. Capturing normal life in an extraordinary way has been my passion since. Thanks to the purchase of a camcorder by my mom, I experimented and experimented until I realized I could experiment with film and get a college education. In this larger than life place, I dreamed of making great films. From this time to now, my mother and I have produced many educational documentaries, showing normal people pushed to the limits of human experience. I seek to bring this to the narrative/fictional world and galvanize the spectacle of the blockbuster with the reality of everyday life.

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Reviews by imagica 12

  • A review of For A Good Time
    by imagica on 08/03/2004
    This film seems to promise more of a punch than it delivers. I like the subtle touches in the bathroom(throwing a towel at the garbage can and missing, facial expressions in the stall). The graffiti made me laugh, as that stuff always does, and I liked the guy dialing from the stall. What was he thinking? The shot looking up when the two stall mates make eye contact is funny,... read
  • A review of HIP HOP HOORAY
    by imagica on 07/02/2003
    This film has good production value, a potentially interesting story but nothing to hold onto. It looks like a music video that was hacked into by a short film. There are broad leaps of faith by the screenplay and the actors had nowhere to land. The pivotal event, the car wreck is totally glossed over with the music lulling us into a land of confusion and headscratching: where's... read
  • A review of TURNAROUND
    by imagica on 07/02/2003
    I enjoyed the experimental quality of this film. The opening shots hooked me in and engaged me up to the conclusion. At the end, I felt like I knew less of the characters than at the beginning, but I learned more about the world in which they wandered. I thought the acting was excellent, but I found the old man to be the more convincing of the two. The young man gets wrapped... read
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