Posts Tagged ‘Dating’
Posted by You+Dallas | May 29th, 2013 at 12:51 pm
What is that one thing about men that women simply do not understand? The short film by Jason Headley entitled Its Not about the Nail, captures the moment with this line in the short video: “Don’t try to fix it. I just need you to listen.”
YouPlus Dallas conducted its own survey of men and women of Dallas and asked the same question. What is the one thing about men that women simply do not understand? Take a look.
Posted by You+Dallas | November 14th, 2012 at 2:19 pm
This short film is simply average, but we were looking for a short about breakups with British accents and then we stumbled upon Status. Status is about a young man’s dating experience after being dumped on his birthday by his long-time girlfriend.
Directed by Marc Hampson / Written by Marc Hampson & Ronnie Ursenbach / Produced by Aaron Fairley / Cinematography by Paul Olson / Sound Design by Ronnie Ursenbach / Music by History Books
Posted by You+Dallas | 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.
Posted by You+Dallas | 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.
Posted by You+Dallas | August 28th, 2012 at 5:00 pm
The trailer sets the stage for a series of fun examples of men becoming boys. From time to time we will feature an episode that will reinforce women’s view of men.
Here is episode 4. Starting with the first episode of this series made little sense.
Posted by You+Dallas | June 17th, 2012 at 12:12 pm
The creators of Those Moments selected an interesting subject about chance encounters and created a rather predictable story line. Those Moments is worth the view when you have a moment and want some light entertainment.
Posted by Savannah Fussell | March 8th, 2012 at 12:50 pm
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not is a playground game I think most little girls play to guess the feelings of their crushes. Unfortunately, it often goes unknown if these feelings are requited.
In this cute short film entitled My Favourite Things by kidswithcrayons, watch as a case of puppy love unfolds. A girl keeps photos of her favorite things in a box that gets stolen by a smitten boy.
Watch the video to see if there is a happily ever after for this romance.
Posted by Laura Stillo | February 21st, 2012 at 12:22 pm
Being in a relationship with another person can be as unpredictable as a craps table in Vegas. First you’re on fire, completely amazed at how well everything is going, and, subsequently, fantasizing about how you’ll spend your earnings, and then it disappears quicker than a stripper running off with the contents of your wallet. How does one break even?
In the short film Heartstrings by Rhiannon Evans, we see two puppets fall in love, break up, and get back together; attached, detached and reattached by visual heartstrings. Check out the video above for a creatively accurate illustration of a relationship. Also because the little string puppet guys are pretty freakin’ adorable.
Posted by Laura Stillo | February 14th, 2012 at 3:42 pm
It’s gotten to the point where I feel uncomfortable letting boys open the door for me. “Stop,” I’ll tell them, “I can do it myself.” To these boys, the few that I’ve allotted my phone number to over the years, I must sound like a five-year old hindering her father from tying her shoes, pushing him away as she fumbles through the loop it, swoop it and pull.
I have to admit; I am pretty good at tying my shoes. As a child, I excelled past Velcro-strapped sneakers, slid right on by the slip-on’s, my nimble fingers favoring lace-ups to alternative means of footwear. Doing things on my own was never a problem for me.
This includes opening doors. Perhaps Beyoncé ingrained in me the lyrics to “Me, Myself and I,” subconsciously programming me to be strong on my own, perhaps for the rest of my life. Depend on someone? No thank you. A girl has to be prepared. What if, by allowing boys to open doors for me, I lose the motor memory to open them on my own? (more…)