Final film project for Cine 25 narrative filmmaking class at SF City College. Three of the actors were members of Caroline Blair’s Cine 25 Fall 2008 class. This is a short film just under 4 minutes shot with an Canon XH A1 hdv camera in Golden Gate Park’s Shakespeare Garden on Nov. 28, 2008. My intention was to show that we each create our own art, including our life. Both the spectator and the artist are collaborators in creating the work. It’s a film largely about point-of-view and how beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
This is from when i was in school to get my CDL or class A license. I went to Lake Superior College in Duluth MN. It was a great class, and the instructors where amazing. The equipment we used was very good as well. Any one from the minnesota Wisconsin area wanting to get there CDL i would recommend going threw this program. You spend most of the time driving on real roads instead of in a dirt pit. Plus Duluth is very hilly so you get good at driving up and down them. I wish i had more video’s but this is it. I graduated in July of 2008 Incase anyone is interested the school’s number is 218-733-1086 and ask for Paul Foster Note: I tape over the end of this by mistake so that is why it cuts out. But its ok i got us back to our car in one piece and not one cone was killed in the making of this film.