No Script Required

I just discovered that this short film I worked on has won the first round of a filmaka.com competition.  Instead of the usual working behind the scenes I was in front of the camera on this one.

We had a story outline but no script.  We improvised the film using Meisner and Impulse Company techniques.  Some people have made kind comments about my apparently understated acting.  I can mostly attribute this to training with Remy Bertrand at Imprology (Far Games), Pat Kelman’s direction and to being heavily sleep deprived at the time.

Update: This short film went on to win the ReelTube category at the 2009 ReelHeART International Film Festival.

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