Michael Tyburski’s short film Palimpsest explores the subtle forces at play in relationships, and the tangible remnants of memory in the spaces around us. He joins us to discuss inventing an onscreen profession that real world audiences want to employ and the benefits of organising a shoot cut off from the distracts away from set.

Palimpsest (2013)

A successful house tuner provides clients a unique form of therapy that examines subtle details in their living spaces.

Filmmaking is probably the most purest definition of collaboration

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