Perfect 10: The Chainletter

I want to encourage everyone to interact with art and to hopefully encourage the creation of more art in the world. i think it can only serve to bring about a healthier society.

The film was originally conceived simply as a way for me to learn how the camera worked, and as a challenge to myself to make some art without words (I’m a writer). However, as the project progressed, I found that it naturally expressed some of my vision and attitude: quirky, sarcastic, non-narrative, and definitely DIY.

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