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#1 Dan Monceaux

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Posted 09 July 2007 - 08:57 AM

hi guys... thought some of you might be interested in a film of mine shot on Super8 that uses some pixellation and stop motion techniques (along with many other creative approaches). the film is called a shift in perception and is an experimental doco exploring the world of the blind. it's screened at festivals in over 20 countries, and has won a few awards along the way.

this is also an appeal for you to register, log in and vote for the film in an online film festival called Con-Can (Japan). we need 5 more votes before July 17th to win a US$1000 cash prize and the film can be streamed there for free. Here's the link: http://www.con-can.c...ie_id=200620215

if you're interested in where the film has been, the awards its won and even aquiring your own copy on DVD, here's the film's website: here's the film's website.
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Posted 09 July 2007 - 11:02 AM

hi guys... thought some of you might be interested in a film of mine shot on Super8 that uses some pixellation and stop motion techniques (along with many other creative approaches). the film is called a shift in perception and is an experimental doco exploring the world of the blind. it's screened at festivals in over 20 countries, and has won a few awards along the way.

this is also an appeal for you to register, log in and vote for the film in an online film festival called Con-Can (Japan). we need 5 more votes before July 17th to win a US$1000 cash prize and the film can be streamed there for free. Here's the link: http://www.con-can.c...ie_id=200620215

if you're interested in where the film has been, the awards its won and even aquiring your own copy on DVD, here's the film's website: here's the film's website.



sorry, I can not seem to view the film on the Con-Con site. Is there a Quicktime version of it online somewhere? The trailer looks fascinating.

chris
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