Video Essay Tag Archive

Documentary

Kirby Ferguson Opens up About His Career as an Online Creator and the Decision to Retire From Internet Filmmaking

Kirby Ferguson discusses the multifaceted role of the internet filmmaker across the past two decades in an in-depth career-spanning interview with DN.

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Art & Fashion, Premiere

Caroline Mackintosh Creates an Ode to the Infinite Possibilities of Life with ‘The Doors’

Caroline Mackintosh discusses combining fast montage with voiceover to explore the different outcomes life can take in her playful visual poem 'The Doors'.

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Documentary

Eric Faden Opens Our Eyes to the Narrative Possibilities of Cinematic Blindness in Video Essay ‘Visual Disturbances’

Eric Faden discusses exploring the hidden film style of “the invisible cinema” deployed by Tati & Haneke in his video essay 'Visual Disturbances'.

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Asides, Documentary

The Creativity Delusion Part 2: We’re All Geniuses

Copy-Me‘s The Creativity Delusion mini-series hits its midpoint with a deep dive into our equally shared capacity for genius in 'We’re All Geniuses'.

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Asides, Documentary

The Creativity Delusion: There is no Genius

The Copy-Me team kick off their 3-part 'The Creativity Delusion' video essay series with a debunking of our fetishised view of the isolated creative genius.

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Documentary

Charlie Lyne Examines the Impact of Aspect Ratio on Cinema’s Emotional Experience with Video Essay ‘Frames and Containers’

Charlie Lyne returns to Directors Notes with 'Frames and Containers' - a video essay focused on Cinematic Aspect Ratios.

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Documentary

Exploring our Obsession with Apocalyptic Fiction in Aeon’s Video-Essay ‘Dispatches from the Ruins’

Looking to explore why we crave the awful futures of apocalyptic fiction, Aeon's Adam D'Arpino joins us to discuss video-essay 'Dispatches from the Ruins'

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