Posts Tagged ‘Relationships’
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 | April 22nd, 2013 at 3:02 pm
Intense, depicting pain of love and relationships with great acting by older actors on a universal topic. Haunting.
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 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 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 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.
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 Aldo Olalde | July 16th, 2012 at 11:11 am
Being a parent and going to school can be difficult and stressful. There are people that won’t even try to go to school once they have kids by using the excuse of “having to work.” The challenge is too difficult for many to even try. Being in a relationship that is supportive of each other can help you reach goals that you thought were gone. You have to believe in your significant other and always think about positive outcomes. There will be several bumps on the road and of course, financial problems. But there is nothing a family can’t overcome together.
I’m 35 years old, married, and a father of five beautiful kids. I am two quarters away from graduation, and it has been an intense ride. I was blessed with a family that has always believed in me and supported my dreams of becoming a filmmaker. If it wasn’t for their love and encouragement, I don’t think I would be where I am right now. There were many unfortunate events that could have brought us down, but nothing we couldn’t get back up from.
It’s never too late for an education, even if you have kids. Pursue your dreams or be supportive of someone that wants an education and perhaps thinks it can’t be done. No one said it would be easy. Whether you are married with children or not, with God, love and encouragement, it is possible.
Posted by You+Dallas | June 26th, 2012 at 11:30 am
Smile was directed by Misko Iho. The song was originally composed as an instrumental by Charlie Chaplin for his movie ‘Modern Times’. John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons added the lyrics some twenty years later and the voice belongs to Nat King Cole, who was the first one to sing it. One would think you just walked up from behind them to see a beautiful yet powerful moment between two people. Very nice work, good acting, and well done ending.