A slight lack of new stuff means here's some old stuff.
I decided to finally post this thing I did two years ago for sight & sound film. Sight & sound film is a class that everyone takes at nyu. A semester to make 5 short exercises, all shot and edited on 16mm (flatbed steinbeck, what what). The best part is working in film, a messy and often unrewarding process. Still it has a weird charm.
It definitely has flaws, and plenty of things I would do differently. But my favorite part of sight and sound film was always the disposability of each film--you barely had time to finish one before you were making the next. And editing stuff with a splicer really makes you sure of your cuts, for better or worse. All in all one of my favorite classes ever. Even for a wacky animation student.
The bad part about shooting on 16mm...you can lose your film. Happened to one of my favorites, a 6 minute dream sequence. Lots of milk. Here's a still, one of the few things left from the shoot besides my memories.
That reel is out there somewhere. I offer a reward for its safe return.