It’s been a while. A long while. And during that long while, I have changed. …
This week’s short film is absolutely fantastic… written by a friend of mine, it is a powerful film that combines a very captivating story with incredibly dramatic lighting to create some great cinematography. The only thing better than this film is the magic they achieved in post production with the addition of an original score. I hope you enjoy this week’s Short Film. If you do, be sure to let the creators know by shooting of a tweet to @zacdixon @tylerscott89 @samuelcowden and @thesamuelhanson.
As I tweeted yesterday, I apologize for not getting this uploaded sooner. That being said, I would like to introduce you to my newest short film. Entitled (un)faithful, this short film was a collaborative project with Sean Gowdy for our Advanced Cinematography and Lighting course.
(un)faithful follows a married couple after an argument that results in Chelsea walking out the door.
I hope you enjoy and be sure to comment!
One of the first people I followed when I first started Twitter was Jeremy Cowart. Based in Nashville, Jeremy has taken some incredible photos of celebrities, including Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, The Civil Wars, Zachary Levi (Chuck!), Ron Artest, and the list goes on. He is an artist at heart and has created amazing photos, paintings, design work, and has experience in almost every other type of art.
For this Easter, he released a short video of him creating his newest work of art, “The Portrait of Christ.” Simply Amazing.