FLASHBULB is a 10-minute drama about the power of memory in family relationships.
Obsessed with recreating a happy memory from childhood, Daniel, a reclusive young man, builds an elaborate machine to help him regress to a past where he was more content. However, troubling memories of his estranged alcoholic father prevent him from happily dwelling in his ideal memories.
The film, which I wrote and directed, will be screening at the 2014 Ickle Film Fest in Dundee, Scotland, during the 18th to the 21st of September. The programme is still to be determined.
More info can be found here and STV published an article about the festival here
Watch a trailer for Flashbulb below
Photoset inspired by New Topography. Highlighting the weathering of urban lines and the jutting of the man-made into the natural, and vice versa. Looked for built geometric patterns that stood against chaotic, organic textures that were either occurring in, or the result of change from, the natural environment
Read an article I wrote about New Topography here
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Getting from Barton Fink's blank page to Jack Torrance's minimalist masterpiece, one blog post at a time
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