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SIMON'S DREAM

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I am most fond of this short film.

    

"The life of solitary, asthmatic Simon collides with a nightmare of fears when Clara arrives at his door. 16mm b&w." This is my only foray into 16mm film, painstakingly cut by hand on a tape splicer. Thank God for computers! The computer voice narration is a bit hard to understand - sorry. Simon's Dream was featured in the Walker Art Center's 5 Minutes of Fame webcast in 2002.

July 2, 2005 at 01:05 AM in Film | Permalink

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What's with you Minnesotans?

Posted by: Chris Koehn at Jul 2, 2005 3:38:15 AM

Very cool... little pearls of photography in there.

Posted by: Miguel at Jul 2, 2005 6:10:07 AM

Dude, awsome! I love it! Very very cool. I want to live that dream sequence!

Posted by: bre at Jul 3, 2005 12:09:03 AM

There's a touch and feel there that I think could go a long way...

Simon explores ...
Simon discovers...
Simon realizes...

It's SIMON's WORLD!

Great Stuff... you should be very proud of it.

DU

Posted by: duanekuss at Jul 4, 2005 9:30:06 AM

I love the 16mm. It really imparts such amazing, monumental feeling. Great short.

Posted by: Greg at Jul 4, 2005 9:36:28 AM

yowzers. thanks fellas!

Posted by: Chuck at Jul 4, 2005 12:49:33 PM

what's crazy is that I had this same dream! ... nice film

Posted by: Richard at Jul 5, 2005 9:04:18 PM

Rock on. This is a terrific piece. The 16mm is perfect, and it's used just the right way. I love the the grit in each frame and the abruptness of every cut. More, please!

Posted by: josh k at Jul 5, 2005 9:55:35 PM

*drool over the little QT window, licks the monitor and realizes that he really wants to be a film director in his next life, then goes to sleep since it is past 3.30 AM here in Norway*

Posted by: Raymond at Jul 6, 2005 8:27:10 PM

I can fly. See ya.

Posted by: Steve Garfield at Jul 6, 2005 9:16:29 PM

great to see this short again. love it.

I hope to see the future of vlogging embrace 16mm.
I'm working on a real-time firewire telecine to transfer 16 to a quicktime stream.

Posted by: brian d. at Jul 7, 2005 9:31:29 AM

great to see this short again. love it.

I hope to see the future of vlogging embrace 16mm.
I'm working on a real-time firewire telecine to transfer 16 to a quicktime stream.

Posted by: brian d. at Jul 7, 2005 9:33:11 AM

brian, that's very innovative.
i'd like to see FAX-to-streaming video protocol wore widely implemented.

Posted by: Chuck at Jul 7, 2005 2:14:34 PM

brian, that's very innovative.
i'd like to see FAX-to-streaming video protocol wore widely implemented.

Posted by: Chuck at Jul 7, 2005 2:19:03 PM

Respect.

!!

Posted by: Thomas G Henry at Jul 10, 2005 12:33:23 AM

That was a Fantastic Video! Very refreshing! Where can I buy the CD?!

Posted by: Larry at Jul 13, 2005 9:58:26 AM

Too cool!! ;o)

Posted by: kristina at Jul 15, 2005 8:15:09 AM

Awesome short Chuck. And the robot voice from the future! I can't get enough of it! Help me, I'm being assimilated into the Borg!

Posted by: adam at Jul 28, 2005 9:18:34 PM