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Short films by tbeasley & friends

Postby tbeasley » Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:34 pm

Here are some short films I've worked on with my brother, our friend Colton and other film students from their university. Some of them are a little in the R-rated/NSFW category (no nudity or anything, just violence) so you might want to watch these at home (in the dark of course!).

They are in order of completion, enjoy!

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Postby eabaker » Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:56 pm

Cool! I just watched "Going Home." The first half has really great atmosphere and rhythm, while the second half... well, it definitely caught me off guard!

I'll try to watch the others over the course of the weekend.

ETA: I had time to watch "A Couple Days Dead" just now as well. Really dug it! I love the look of 16mm, and the overall 70s tone/aesthetic!
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Postby tbeasley » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:21 am

Thanks, it means a lot!
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Postby eabaker » Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:04 pm

Just watched "House Call." That one was really well shot, and had some pretty neat imagery!

ETA: And just watched "Control Alt." Not sure exactly what I just saw, but it had some dynamic shots and some weird imagery, and it definitely held my attention!
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