CAUTION WEIGHTLESS CONDITION [short film]
CAUTION WEIGHTLESS CONDITION [short film]
DFW-LAX [short film]
DFW-LAX [short film]
somewhere between [short film]
somewhere between [short film]
Keys of Life [short Film]
Keys of Life [short Film]
CAUTION WEIGHTLESS CONDITION [short film]Caution Weightless Condition is a short film that recontextualizes T.S. Eliot’s “The Hollow Men” as a parable of economic, racial and social disparities in modern culture and society. Set in Atlanta’s inner city and the now demolished Bowen Home Housing Project, the film plays both as narrative and documentary guided by narration of T.S. Eliot’s poem by Marlon Brando from the film “Apocalypse Now.” The resulting cinematic form becomes a memory (the Bowen Housing project no longer exists) and portrait of people living on the periphery of society, simultaneously presenting despair and hope. The film raises the question, who are the hollow men? Are they the characters represented in the film, the audience or society at large?
DFW-LAX [short film]
somewhere between [short film]
Keys of Life [short Film]Keys of Life vividly captures the worst day in the life of a locksmith who unexpectedly learns the lessons of faith and acceptance. An engaging tale of a young man who comes to terms with the truth after enduring a series of unexpected disappointments ultimately finding solace in his craftsmanship.  Utilizing beautiful and stark imagery, the film examines keys as a metaphor for the human condition.
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