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the film's website: www.photobooththemovie.com
Tilting at Windmills - Tilting at Windmills is a modern-day Don Quixote tale created for the 2011 Seattle International Film Festival as a part of its Fly Filmmaking Challenge. www.siff.net
Struggling to cope with his difficult reality, a homeless man becomes obsessed with the thought that he is a chivalrous knight in a medieval fantasy world filled with noble deeds, damsels in distress, and an unwitting sidekick he calls Sancho.
In creating Tilting at Windmills, the filmmakers were given a week to write a script, three days to shoot with only 2,000 feet of Kodak film, and five days to edit a total of ten minutes of screen time. The film was shot on 2-perf 35mm color film with a digital intermediate post process, with original music by Nan Avant.
Watch it online! Tilting at Windmills
Tilting at Windmills on Vimeo.
Dishonesty - Dishonesty follows one day in the relationship of a young married couple, Gary and Ellen - who are at the point in their relationship when going through all the effort and compromise of being completely truthful with each other is becoming just a bit too much effort. They spend the day hilariously and realistically dishonest with each other.
Dishonesty was a finalist for the 2008 IFP Spotlight Award. It won Best of Fest at the Tumbleweed Film Festival in 2010.
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