15x20 Film Experiment

These clips were filmed during an hour between 6:30am to 7:30am to capture the morning around the house. I enjoy the early morning and early evening 'magic hours' around the neighborhood.

There are many other variations of the 15x20 films (and other clip/time variations) and I wanted to use it to experiment and see what I can do in a short period of time. I equate it to the artist equivalent of a 'sketch-a-day' project. How quickly can I set up a general shot of anything, make it interesting and edit it in a way that has some sort of narrative.

What the 15x20 means is that it is 15 clips at 20 seconds each. They are edited back to back. The soundtrack is a little 'off' to the film because it is not edited to work with it but fortunately, there were key moments that the images and music linked randomly in a powerful way.

Normally, there isn't a soundtrack over these sorts of things. It's usually just the ambient sound and raw footage but I took it a few step forward to experiment with color grading and composing within a anamorphic 2.35:1 size.

Enjoy the experiment!