I really like this, it is quite a sensory experience. The forward/backward of it is interesting too, a new layer that the flash player imparts to the already interesting video footage. Looks like it took some time to edit!
I'm assuming that you Put your video files into flash to gt them on this site? I've been thinking of doing the same thing, any tips on the process?
hmm, this video should have a title. but since you described it as an experimental video, then quedos to that.!
very 'requiem for a dream' sequencial screens and sounds. pretty aromatic colours.
hope to see more of these :]
I like all the little open/close elements that are in it if that makes anny sense.
The blending if the image works fine up here I think I don't got the feeling annything is forced, the sounds add a nice rhythmical touch to it.
As far as I'm concerned it wins the DA-oscar award.
It was quite crappy living in the States with the 12h-system, am, pm, is there anything more stupid... well... ok yeah... but almost not. A whole half a year without 22:22 So it feels good being back.
I loaded the film with my 55.6k modem, so see that as a honor & I liked it! Especially that you had DJ-Shadow-music in it... until I noticed that I had'nt turned off iTunes... Hmm, either my stupid american side or the swedish, I can not say...
hmm... a bit too much about myself (sigh, as always :-/ ) & not to much about the piece of art.. oh well... Nice done you & *drahomira
Nice concept. You gotta do a better thing with the sound... I like he background talk... You have to use the quality (bad quality, from webcam or digicami guess?) to tell the story or carry the story in a certain direction. Most importanty (for short films), you need a linear storyline, if the story is slow, you need something of the opposite, then run two stories i one film. That way, the viewers will never be bored, and allways follow. Take a looka my movie for the 2004 Copenhagen VideoMarathon, ( an contest where you have to film a documentary and edit it in 24 hours) [link] , The subject this year was "terror". I was nominated along with 11 others, out of 440.