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Title: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on May 28, 2012, 02:52:06 AM
 :yabbse-thumbup:
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on February 18, 2015, 08:40:33 PM
xax friends,

this is the Trailer & Kickstarter for my short film 'WIGLUM'. You'll be comforted in seeing H.W.'s father, H.B. Ailman from TWBB riffing as our main leading man! I hope you guys enjoy, and share however you can.

Kickstarter trailer: bit.ly/WIGLUM (http://bit.ly/WIGLUM)
Fb:https://www.facebook.com/Wiglum (https://www.facebook.com/Wiglum)
tweet: https://twitter.com/wiglumfilmco
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: jenkins on February 19, 2015, 02:08:46 AM
you definitely got a thing going and i'm happy for you already
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on February 20, 2015, 05:48:21 AM
much appreciated jenk !! you know my feelings are coming back to you in the same way

i should probably lay out the premise:

At his local supermarket salad bar, Wiglum witnesses the ridiculous routine of human life in mindless motion -- and it has taken its toll. Meanwhile at his company, he can no longer face the show-posing put on by the self-important applicants he interviews, but somehow stumbles upon Doug Nichol in the process. How is Wiglum now listening to the spurring voices in his mind from the tongue of another person . . . in this interview? And what is that worth anyway?

trailer: bit.ly/WIGLUM (http://bit.ly/WIGLUM)
(https://ksr-ugc.imgix.net/assets/003/296/564/6134535b08736bdf73557a848111e8c2_original.png?v=1424146926&w=700&h=&fit=max&auto=format&lossless=true&s=be32b7a0cfbf978e9864bcd724f23935)
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: polkablues on February 24, 2015, 02:37:23 PM
That trailer's got me really excited about this. I'll try and throw some money at your Kickstarter come payday.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: polkablues on March 07, 2015, 05:43:53 PM
Pledged. Can't wait to see how it turns out!
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Post by: Jeremy Blackman on March 07, 2015, 07:50:36 PM
I somehow totally missed this. I just pledged and newsed it. It looks amazing! The sound and cinematography are immaculate.

Lots of PDL and Requiem in this. I love it.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on March 08, 2015, 04:22:36 AM
Polka, JB, you're both so very kind, thank you! Thank you! Will keep you updated as this goes on.
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Post by: N on March 08, 2015, 05:07:06 AM
Looks great. Pledged $25. Can't wait to see it.
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Post by: Alexandro on March 08, 2015, 11:11:17 AM
dude I cancelled my credit card but I'll chip in 10 dollars if you send me your bank info and swift number.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on March 08, 2015, 03:15:45 PM
N!! Made my morning. No need to go down that rabbit hole Alexandro, your thought means a helluva lot.
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Post by: Sleepless on March 09, 2015, 09:16:09 AM
Pledged $25 and shared. The visuals evoke PDL, while the score is pure Master. Can't wait to see the finished product!
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Post by: Frederico Fellini on March 09, 2015, 10:12:48 AM
NICE.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on March 09, 2015, 09:48:26 PM
Sleepless, you did a very kind thing and I am verrry grateful. PDL & Master. . . shit, I gotta admit, the score on the trailer is a temp track -- Aurex by Bud Shank & Shorty Rogers, a great one that I looped together. Really excited to share the music we made with my composer.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on March 16, 2015, 11:40:19 AM
some good news to share folks: we just landed Indiewire's 'Project of the Day' !

'Wiglum' Finds The Epic In The Mundane
http://www.indiewire.com/article/wiglum-finds-the-epic-in-the-mundane-20150316 (http://www.indiewire.com/article/wiglum-finds-the-epic-in-the-mundane-20150316)
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on April 16, 2015, 09:03:46 PM
got a 'final cut' to share...! you guys were so helpful and supportive, and I just want you to see it now.

a trade: send me a pm , and i'll send over the link and the password. I'm sharing it here so soon because I'm gonna be sending it off to random, disconnected taste-buds in the near future, and I'd feel better knowing xax friends saw Wiglum first.

We just finished, and we're going to Cannes for the Short Film Corner with it. Unsure what kind of sandy movie-haven networking horror-show we're about to get into...

new page, new poster, new link to trailer: https://vimeo.com/112465593

(https://scontent-sjc.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/l/t1.0-9/10947205_1581368025409491_1947609832326644130_n.jpg?oh=1631ace5a2ec06226e9a33be11cf6ce2&oe=55D7E55E)
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Post by: Drenk on April 21, 2015, 09:02:26 AM
It was impressive technically and full of ideas. I loved the mood of the short, it has a unique and strange voice. And the main actor is absolutely great. He's fantastic. I'm not sure why he wants to kill myself, I'm not sure what happens in the store. But it looks and feel earned because of the camerawork and the actor. The music and all the work with the sounds are very important, too, to create the mood I'm talking about. The store is filmed like some sort of limbo, it's really good, with all the reflections and the fact that a store is a strange place anyway...

It'd be better if we had a better idea of who the character is, I think!

Good work!  :bravo:
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: jenkins on April 22, 2015, 10:18:43 PM
right from the start, opening shot and credits, thereís lyricism to the nature of the camera and script and music. the actors perform with well-placed understanding aka the actors provide empathy moments. i like the co-starís grey streak in his hair. this movie has features of realistic. for example, it portrrays a person in a very specific mood, which i appreciate. i ďtook noteĒ in particular beginning at 4:55, on a repeat of a previous similar shot thereís a shot thatís what iíd call a long sentence, that goes until 5:42 and i love it. i get you sweet thing. it's a short that exhibits a capacity for understanding both cinema and people, and thatís what we need, deserves a career, and i hope you shred the fests, proud of you for slam-dunking your kickstarter xx
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on April 23, 2015, 07:32:00 PM
really. really. appreciate your feedback and kind wishes . . .

Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: putneyswipe on April 24, 2015, 03:39:31 AM
its tough, like i think pta said once that short films are an impossible format and theres a lot of things I love about the short, the whole ďsentenceĒ thing jenkins was talking about and the supermarket stuff and your main character. i think whats important is you got the rhythm down, like others said the whole thing was giving me p-dl vibes in the way i think that movie creates a sort of tense, musical vibe in its use of sound and image that i feel like most films donít capitalize on.  that you captured.

 like drenk said I feel like i wanted to know more about these characters, which is just naturally a problem with the format itself, because of its snapshot nature Iím only getting a good slice but naturally i want the whole cake. Honestly thats a good thing, because if I didnít want to think about your character for more than 15 minutes then it means that you probably failed.

Iím def looking forward to whats next and because you got something and Iím excited too see what you can do with a longer thing  :yabbse-thumbup:
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Post by: Jeremy Blackman on April 29, 2015, 05:46:04 PM
I watched this a couple days ago, and I'm still letting it sink in. You definitely have something compelling here. The production value exceeded my very high expectations (based on the trailer); I was especially impressed with the sound design. It's remarkable how quickly great sound can infuse something with quality. There's something about aural immersion that really hooks you. (Conversely, it's also remarkable how quickly bad sound can cause you to lose confidence in what you're watching.)

Wiglum's house reminded me of Adam Kesher's house in Mulholland Drive. It's this upscale LA home that's very new and clean but contains a darkness or chaos that's in dramatic opposition to the surroundings. The things that happen in and around Wiglum's house felt very Mulholland Drive to me as well, and reminiscent of Inherent Vice and Punch-Drunk Love in the way that troubling things happen in this goofy way (carrying Wiglum and buckling his seat belt for example).

The assistant is an intriguing character. I'm not sure how self-aware the film is about him. Are we supposed to think he's deep, or are his affectations (especially the funeral thing) supposed to be part of his flaws? Either way, I'm almost more curious about him than I am about Wiglum. Also it feels like there's a time jump after the interview, and when he carries Wiglum out he's done this before and always needs to get high before doing it (there was special emphasis on that). I think I'm more interested in their relationship than I am about either of the characters individually. I'm hooked.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: 03 on April 29, 2015, 08:08:19 PM
BRILLIANT MY FRIEND. much much love and respect
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on May 04, 2015, 02:48:48 AM
Jb, your words did a LOT of good. . . and 03 I'm fucking glad!

I watched this a couple days ago, and I'm still letting it sink in.
you could've only said this and that would've been totally alright, but you didn't and I'm grateful:

Wiglum's house reminded me of Adam Kesher's house in Mulholland Drive. It's this upscale LA home that's very new and clean but contains a darkness or chaos that's in dramatic opposition to the surroundings. The things that happen in and around Wiglum's house felt very Mulholland Drive to me as well, and reminiscent of Inherent Vice and Punch-Drunk Love in the way that troubling things happen in this goofy way (carrying Wiglum and buckling his seat belt for example).
it's a joy hearing those 3 movies in one sentence in reference to that one scene-- but more importantly, I love the way you describe the troubled goofiness in the giving and taking of love within that one seat-belt buckle. And, I think you're tapping into something true when you relate a moment like that to those movies, because that moment was a beat we came up with on set. Along with the second salad bar scene, I asked Barry what he wanted to do and he said he wanted to watch her make a salad....it's things like that, it's all a testament to something but I don't know what...

The assistant is an intriguing character. I'm not sure how self-aware the film is about him. Are we supposed to think he's deep, or are his affectations (especially the funeral thing) supposed to be part of his flaws? Either way, I'm almost more curious about him than I am about Wiglum. Also it feels like there's a time jump after the interview, and when he carries Wiglum out he's done this before and always needs to get high before doing it (there was special emphasis on that). I think I'm more interested in their relationship than I am about either of the characters individually. I'm hooked.
You clearly got the movie, whatever that means. You're more interested in their relationship? And you're more curious about Doug? I think you're telepathic because the feature WIGLUM functions as a grounded ghost story where Doug Nichol, or the ever-changing thought of him, is our ghost. We will only see Doug in the first 15 minutes of the film, and maybe never see him again while Wiglum is entangled in a business world of Kafka distractions that veer him off the path to Doug, causing him to forget what he was looking for in the first place. You really got me excited JB, I gotta say.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Just Withnail on June 25, 2015, 08:18:20 AM
To a certain extent I can understand the wish for more biographical details of Wiglum, but when the form (in this case, very much the externalisation of his emotional state) is like it is here, I miss nothing. It does what shorts can do so well Ė show a little snippet of time and emotion. The chaos of being Wiglum, for 15 minutes.

And like jenks says, there's truth in the actors. The wonderfully surprising reactions, like the little strange construction of a smile happening on Doug's face, then ďFair enough,Ē and then this little strange tick he does.

ďI had a cat once.Ē ďFamily.Ē Hah! Also the little moment when Dough smells Wiglum as they walk is very very funny.

You trust the image, and you let them rest, let us take them in. The supermarket is shown to us very economically, but each image is designed to emphasize the surreal qualities. The shot through the salad bar, with all it's upside-down reflections, is excellent.

You know that the relatively fast pace and intense tone of the beginning, that throws us headlong into this headspace, doesn't need to be there all the time, and after that first part climaxes with the car driving and the kind-of-suicide-attempt in the garage, you shift the tone, and we enter a calmer state of Wiglumís mind. And in this calmness he actually does try to kill himself.  I love tonally versatile directors who get at their characters insides from different angles.

The set-design is all sorts of wonderful, with the weird images on the wall in his office and the TV outside. You're not afraid to push the details in a slightly surreal direction.

And it's incredibly exciting to hear how you describe the feature! You talk like you walk Ė the mood of that description in this short already, and I can't wait to see what you do with a bigger canvas.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on June 29, 2015, 04:26:20 PM
Like in our backandforth's, your words have a lot of weight with me t. So glad you decided to write here.
 
The chaos of being Wiglum, for 15 minutes.
oooo yes.

And like jenks says, there's truth in the actors. The wonderfully surprising reactions, like the little strange construction of a smile happening on Doug's face, then ďFair enough,Ē and then this little strange tick he does.
ďI had a cat once.Ē ďFamily.Ē Hah! Also the little moment when Dough smells Wiglum as they walk is very very funny.
It's really great that you're digging on Doug, he's a fresh actor compared to Barry. Neither of the two had known, seen, or spoken a word to each other until shooting our first scene -- which happened to be the interview. He came on set that morning showing me a pretty bad eye-sore from the stress since he hadn't slept the night before. Asking me (again) if I could tell him what the movie was about in three words!

You know that the relatively fast pace and intense tone of the beginning, that throws us headlong into this headspace, doesn't need to be there all the time, and after that first part climaxes with the car driving and the kind-of-suicide-attempt in the garage, you shift the tone, and we enter a calmer state of Wiglumís mind. And in this calmness he actually does try to kill himself.  I love tonally versatile directors who get at their characters insides from different angles.
Love how you describe this. The difficulty in this was how to crack Wiglum from these different frequencies but also have the movie feel like one movie. . . it's all about the music, I think.

The set-design is all sorts of wonderful, with the weird images on the wall in his office and the TV outside. You're not afraid to push the details in a slightly surreal direction.
The most set-design we did was in the interview room - a building built in the 1920's at UC Berkeley. We had a really really great time dressing that room up. But for the rest, it was all about only showing the essentials in the locations we found. For a film like this one, if you looked one way or another in most of these spaces you'd break the spell completely.

And it's incredibly exciting to hear how you describe the feature! You talk like you walk Ė the mood of that description in this short already, and I can't wait to see what you do with a bigger canvas.
I really hope so....!!!!! It's maddening writing something around Wiglum. Fucking maddening. He doesn't want to leave the house. But... there's no better feeling than when he opens up.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on April 23, 2016, 09:10:32 AM
xax friends,
Just finished making a short film based on a Kafka short story. send me a PM if you wanna watch this thing.

here's your premise: Raban travels through fog and rain to meet his fiancee in the country.

trailer and poster:
https://vimeo.com/153477279 (https://vimeo.com/153477279)
(https://scontent-bru2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfl1/t31.0-0/q89/p640x640/12710731_1536118279828611_524281424242305213_o.jpg)
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Post by: jenkins on April 24, 2016, 03:08:17 PM
well you know, thatís a great opening there, showcasing the feeling of creation and discovery.

what you allow for me is an emotional entry into your narrative perspective. before you go scuba diving you put on a scuba tank, and i appreciate how you do this for me. i believe the progression is logical for the design of an emotional structure which exists within cinematic character expulsion.

a dividing conceptualization exists between words and cinema as form. this is for the screen. you could write the scene, Kafka did, but your materials compose their own variables. then in the next scene, music overlays floating variables. this, by the way, is what i think you must do, because you cannot be like Kafka by trying to be Kafka, since a point of Kafka and all my favorite artists is that you must be yourself. so iím glad you bring yourself in as a moviemaker.

to sound cinephilic, iíll say the superimposition overlay is pure 1928. and i fucking love it. a resurgence in appreciation for í27-í32 cinematic culture i support so much it makes me fall over. iím not like ďoh whatís happening here?Ē i choose being delighted over confused every time i can, and i know whatís happening is a cinematic parallel. youíre right next to your character, thereís where you are, thatís where the camera is, getting closer then further then closer.

iím not a mega supporter of farts, but yeah i get convinced sometimes through repetition, and iím pro-animals, so by the fourth fart itís only practical i laugh. i think youíre playing every key on the piano, and you know youíre playing a song, because then comes the title card.

then childhood, like that. effortlessly. then a temporal and thematic match cut. the cinematic textures feel time appropriate for a Kafka adaptation. the railcar, with music, effortlessly. one of the dividing factors in cinematic perspective, which to me is a bummer, is that ďartĒ cinema moments can be called "dead" or something like that. while i think "dead" cinema can burst with human emotion. in lamestream cinema itís that you move the audience along because they're but sheep.

you ask me, the dialogue sounds appropriate for a Kafka adaptation as well. it feels not to come from humans but sounds and moves in human form. maintaining the distance between reality and fantasy is a technique i appreciate from a fundamental perspective.

nervous eye shifts as a photographic technique! you could get a humanitarian award. he says he doesnít know if heís going in this tram. again, the mystery here. then youíve really worked this fucking shot, since 5:44, you could almost tap dance here, but what happens is an interlude, a portal into the next narrative segment.

ďanywayĒ is how you switch tracks. totally agree. iím involved with the emotions and what i hear about is pancakes. thatís how you do it. ďitís not raining, forgot to tell you.Ē thatís when a joke flies out of the park and the audience raises their hands for joy. science.

how could he not begin talking about his worries!?! how could i say you havenít set me up, gotten me ready for this... and he has people troubles. bless. i got those too. heís worried Ďcause he donít feel like nobody else, and he worries people will notice this, put him down for this. he says he hates their things! how can union be possible here? i know this problem and am personally seeking unions, but i do like hearing about this problem.

yelling happens. you crack me up. the song conversation i believe fits nicely into a central idea of this short. while itís happening heís worried he might forget it, which blocks his appreciation for the moment, confuses him about lasting meaning.

things are getting cold indeed. he looks so funny on the train. i wish that was on a stamp. jealous about the shot of the small candle warming his feet. the next sequence could be a ride in an amusement park. oh, iíd be scared to go to it! then that's how this ends. and i believe this is a memorable ending which fully encases this short as memorable.

nice.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on April 25, 2016, 02:13:46 PM
what can i fucking say. you make me happy. and you make making movies a joyous thing. i'd love to just record you reciting this commentary track over the movie. maybe there's trouble with union in Kafka's world, but between you and I.... <3
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Garam on April 26, 2016, 05:36:51 AM
There's not a lot i can say cause jenkins just about covered it. What did stick with me though, is the sense of panic you feel in north Europe in late Autumn when you live without decent winter clothing and insulation/central heating. That grim trepidation of 'how the fuck am I going to make it through another one of these?'. Any time I read Kafka, i feel like i doubt he wrote any of it in the summer months. You captured that fear well.


Also I feel like eastern Europe is one of the most cinematic areas on Earth. It still has such a foreboding atmosphere that hangs in the air, you can feel a palpable sense of tragedy that still hasn't fully settled. Where was this filmed? Czechia? (I know Czechia's technically central Europe but whatever)


The main actor has a good face. Almost all Hollywood actors have deeply boring faces. I feel like i'm flicking through a GQ magazine in a dentist's waiting room when I watch those.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on April 26, 2016, 04:59:38 PM
That grim trepidation of 'how the fuck am I going to make it through another one of these?'. Any time I read Kafka, i feel like i doubt he wrote any of it in the summer months.

this is one of the feelings from the story I got, and he really doesn't make it, Kafka never finished the story. . . . and you've gotta be right about his writing seasons-- it would be great if they compiled the stories from Kafka that were only written during the summer, but maybe he was writing all those love letters around then...!!

it's a special place: we shot in Sarajevo, Bosnia. There are pockets of Austro-Hungarian architecture left over from a century ago that you're talking about where we shot, scattered with bullet-holes from the war in the 90's. It's a majority muslim country and it's a small city with a long history of east/west cultures colliding and melting together, wedged between mountains, where the fog and smog can't escape during winter. that atmosphere you said that hangs in the air. . .  that's it, and thank god there's no way of avoiding it.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: wilder on May 02, 2016, 01:53:55 AM
Sorry for the delayed response!

Your lead actor really does have a great face - his inflection also reminds me of Roman Polanskiís in The Tenant: A constant uncertainty, like he thinks heís not supposed to be anywhere heís at and is trying to fit in for fear of something terrible happeningÖ

I really loved your opening shot, the way itís choreographed, the hands finally extending offering Raban the umbrella and briefcase, and the way the depth of the shot changes as the light behind him spills when the door is re-opened. I also enjoyed the later shot when weíre with Raban as heís walking the streets and our pov changes to become more distant as he enters/exits the bus. These more complex shots that a lot of forethought go into seem to be a real talent of yours. Have you seen Angst? I think you might like that movie. The feeling of the whole world imposing a sense of menace, Raban feeling out of step came across very well.

I think the first few minutes can be shortened a bit. You have some beautiful images in this section (I'll echo jenkins' reference to the 1920s), but the character interactions that follow it are much more dynamic and my feeling is that the beginning could be trimmed to give the short a bit more momentum towards those following conversations. At three minutes in we know Raban has left somewhere, heís concerned with the time, and heís thinking of his future wife, but this information is dolled so sparingly that I began to stir. If your picture isnít locked, I have some more detailed notes I could PM you about this section (if you're interested / feel free to yell ďfuck noĒ at your computer screen).

I liked the tension you created panning back and forth from Rabanís conversation on the street to the bus doors opening and closing, and the lighting in the restaurant later was beautiful, made it feel like the interior was *boiling*. The scene in the train also felt very, solid, for lack of a better word. I loved being able to glance back and forth between Raban and the woman sitting next to him with the wilderness shooting by. Pure cinema.

I agree with Garam that these parts of Europe are some of the most cinematic places on earth. You could train your camera on nothing and there's conflict to spare.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on May 03, 2016, 04:50:37 PM
it's really great hearing from both you and garam about the film being grim, menacing. you referencing Angst (jesus) . . . Polanski. While behind the camera I was trying to bring all the warmth I feel reading Kafka, the way his stories feel like prayers to me. But, I guess that sort of despair is felt because it's the normal attitude. can't really explain that well. Wilder, the picture is locked, but I'm really happy to hear you have notes. I'm already moving on to the next thing to shoot in June. thank you for all your words and for watching it so carefully.

Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Just Withnail on June 14, 2016, 09:44:06 AM
Finally saw this.

The atmosphere is so thick. The rain, the sounds, the heavy, contrasty grade, the pace, the slowness of speech. Everything seems to weigh in and down on the character, the atmosphere giving us such a good sense of the world being oppressive, to him and to us.

You have a great sense of choreography and small cinematic surprises that correspond to character moments: he goes into the tram, we fly alongside it and wonder why he doesnít sit down, until the answers comes tragi-comically as he just steps right out at the other end.

Thereís a refreshing idiosyncrasy to both this and Wiglum, that I canít quite articulate, but that is now so clearly your form, and itís a lovely universe to be in.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on June 15, 2016, 02:48:04 PM
the word 'atmosphere' comes up a lot when i show this around....always makes me scratch my head a bit...,? !!!!! it's the word i really can't run away from. and you connect the atmosphere with 'character moments'-- which makes me think maybe (maybe) we got one thing right. i cherish it as always, t.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on July 15, 2017, 02:15:04 PM
can I share a little piece of the new thing with you friends? it's still not ready, but really eager to place it here until it's finally complete.

it's a trailer, https://vimeo.com/188466329 (https://vimeo.com/188466329)
(https://scontent-sjc2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/14556585_1730584480381989_3223371964215717114_o.jpg?oh=e0f8db1e48964226ee766db526215cfe&oe=59C608F5)
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on July 15, 2017, 02:21:35 PM
Looks amazing as always! I really love the look of your films.  :bravo:
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: wilder on July 16, 2017, 02:33:35 AM
Looks awesome. The wide angle stuff reminds me of the films of Juraj Herz.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-unTtzvSv8
Full movie here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyHt-Ove7-c), rolling images between 41:22 and 42 min

As usual, your actors have great, great faces. I don't know how you find these people.


Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: jenkins on July 16, 2017, 10:40:44 AM
xx
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Post by: pete on July 17, 2017, 05:30:13 PM
whoa baby
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on August 22, 2017, 10:10:11 PM
<333
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Post by: WorldForgot on August 23, 2017, 01:43:04 AM
Looks great! Dig the concept, too. Always been into the loop of a fake-fake becoming true.
Title: Re: Cloudy Short Films
Post by: Cloudy on August 23, 2017, 02:26:00 PM
i'm surprised you gathered that from this trailer. you must be connected.