Boy meets girl. Boy gives girl half a Tim Tam. Boy and girl marry. Girl marries other boy. Boy is confused.
This short was a part of the online film competition titled ‘THE VOICES PROJECT’. More info can be found at freshink.com.au/thevoicesproject.
Starring Lucas Van Hilten and Emily Foreman
Written and Directed by James Hartley
Director of Photography: James Shepherd
1st Assistant Camera: Tim Oxford
Gaffer: Boustros Chedid
Edited by James Hartley and James Shepherd
Music: Kevin MacLeod – Wagner Bridal Chorus
A Pyramid Schemes Production
“The Double You Theory is an ode for individualism, freedom of expression and creativity. We can be more than we let ourselves to believe. The Double You is an initiative for making the unimaginable.
We believe in the spur of the moment, breaking the form and expanding our horizons. We believe in making life more colorful and fun.”
Well okay then. As a part of this ‘initiative’ The Double You has been hosting a design challenge with a grand jury award prize of $2000 that concludes on May 5th. There are some interesting images coming out of the challenge so far and for a decent cash prize, supported by what sounds like a positive network and message you might as well throw your hat in the ring if you are feeling up to it. Visit the Double You site for more information about entering the design challenge.
ADC annual Young Guns competition is now open. The competition seeks to find some of the best and most innovative designers under the age of 30. Past winners include Stefan Sagmeister (YG1), Rei Inamoto (YG4), James Victore (YG1), Ryan McGinness (YG2), floto+warner (YG5), Alexander Gelman (YG1), Deanne Cheuk (YG4), Todd St. John (YG1), Scott Stowell (YG3), and Mike Mills (YG1). This year, for the first time apparently, past winners will also serve as judges in the competition. If you think you have what it takes you can learn more about how to submit your site at the official Young Guns website. Entries are being accepted from April 3rd through June 2nd.
The Diesel wall project is once again open for submissions. Diesel Wall is an international art contest pushing what Diesel likes to call ‘art democracy’ that aims to bring intriguing, inspiring, insightful, inciting and contemporary ideas to giant urban canvases in city centers around the globe. Diesel encourages submitters to ‘say something that means something’. The jury members for this year include Bigas Luna, Peter Saville, Terry Jones, and Wilbert Das, Diesel’s Creative Director. From May to July ‘08, depending on each city’s Diesel Wall timeline, winners will be announced both through the web site and local events to then proceed with the setting-up of the winning installations on each Wall. Artworks – conceived for a specific Wall or for all four Walls – can use painting, photography, video, performance, light, sound, text, experimental concepts including 3D, performance and show elements are also welcome.