Archive for September, 2012

Paris vs New York City

Posted by    |    September 27th, 2012 at 12:15 pm

If you and your significant other had their choice, where would you go:  New York or Paris?

This short fun work compares the styles, based on Vahram Muratyan’s book, Paris vs New York, Edition Penguin Book, visually presents a number of different elements that make up the cities of Paris and New York.  This is great fun and light viewing.



Posted by    |    September 5th, 2012 at 6:00 pm

Sight is a short film about augmented reality and relationships.

Film makers Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo have created a work that delves into new reality viewed through a new, personalize viewing lens.  The central character, Patrick takes us through what it is like to live in this highly customizable new world.


A Wedding Video Worth Watching by Dallas Brides

Posted by    |    September 5th, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Cinematic, romantic, sexy, creative, we could go on.  This creative team’s use of music, black and white footage, and great camera work and production values combine to showcase a young married couple in the best way possible.  Wedding videos are typically poor in quality and somewhat formulaic.  This wedding video focuses on the couple in a beautiful, cinematic way.  Dallas brides and Dallas women about to be engaged should look at this work for inspiration.

Grasping for the Sky

Posted by    |    September 2nd, 2012 at 9:52 pm

The world has been scheduled to end. We have wondered about it, worried about it, stocked up on canned food and water because of it. We have told our families that we love them, we have built bomb shelters, we have made escape plans. We have prepared.  Read this review and you will understand the central story of this short film.


Le Kiss: Warning Vulgar Language

Posted by    |    September 1st, 2012 at 6:08 pm

Men of Dallas, do you remember your first kiss – the anxiety, the fear, the desire?  This short film will not win any awards, but it vividly reminds men of the first time.  The language is salty, but realistically captures the frustration of attempting that first kiss.