By Rob Beschizza at 6:58 am Fri, Mar 9, 2012
Solipsist, by Andrew Huang, is winner of Slamdance 2012's special jury prize for experimental short film. It stars Mary Elise Hayden, Marissa Merrill and Dustin Edward. There's also a mini-"making of" documentary; check out a lovely rock video for Avi Buffalo by the same director. [Vimeo via io9]
Not to be confused with Andrew ‘bunnie’ Huang – at first I was like “He hacked the XBox, designed the chumby, injected video into HDMI without running afoul of the DMCA, AND he’s an experimental film-maker? Geeze, what am *I* doing with my life? But it’s not the same guy, they just have the same name.
Beautiful, but I don’t think I understood it.
Wow what a treat for the eyes. Visually amazing and extremely creative. This must have taken so long to create. I also thought it was filmed very well, the angles and the motion added a lot to it.
Ending was awesome. I love the overall dramatic structure, a lot of (Western) classical music is organized that way.
This is the tree of life for muppets. Where are teh dinosaurs?
Thanks Rob for the post! Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, official website here: http://www.andrewthomashuang.com
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